We have assembled a list of Ethereum wallets/browsers that enable you to interact with Ethereum decentralized apps (dApps). You can use any of the offered solutions to create your own Ethereum tokens on our website or to explore the world of decentralized applications.
Metamask describe itself as a "bridge that allows you to visit the distributed web of tomorrow in your browser today." Metamask is a browser extension that is both Ethereum wallet and Web3.0 provider. That means that you can interact with dApps right from your browser, just like you are interacting with regular web sites. It's a light wallet, which means it doesn't need to be fully syncronized with Ethereum network to function. Extension is supported in Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Brave browser.
We highly recommend using MetaMask for TokenMint service.
Mist browser is a standalone browser developed by Ethereum Foundation. It's primary purpose is to interact with dapps. It is still under heavy development, and can be buggy at times. Please note that, unlike MetaMask, Mist browser needs to fully synchronize with Ethereum network before you can use it.
Coinbase is expanding it's services to altcoins, and has created an Android app that can interact with Ethereum dapps. Their app is used just like a browser, and you can navigate to any dapp on the web.
Opera Browser Beta is simple and secure browser that integrates Ethereum Web3 API without extensions or additional apps. It also supports tokens, and collectibles. It's still in Beta phase while they iron out great user experience.
Status lets you "chat, browse and transact securely in an open source community committed to bringing the power of Ethereum and a more distributed internet to your pocket."
Coinbase Wallet for iOS describes itself as "The easiest and most secure crypto wallet. Take control of your crypto and explore the decentralized web. "
Status for iOS is still in testing phase, and you can join the team of testers to help bring Ethereum to iOS users.