cTrader Mobile 4.6 Delivers Shared Account Access Functionality & Multiple Charting Improvements

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

Spotware is delighted to announce the launch of its cTrader Mobile 4.6 version, which takes trading to a whole new level by unveiling the user-anticipated shared account access functionality, as well as multiple valuable improvements of charting: drawing style via taps, 7 new drawings, magnet mode, and chart-related menu settings improvement. 

Thanks to the shared account access functionality, cTrader users are now free to share, revoke and reject access to trading accounts, granting portfolio managers the opportunity to trade on their behalf

Technical analysis also goes a step further, by bringing users not one, but a whole 7 extra new drawings, among which: Fibonacci Arc, Expansion, Timezones and Fan, as well as Andrew’s Pitchfork, Ellipse and Text drawings. The drawing style via taps and magnet mode, in turn, increase technical analysis convenience & precision on the go.

cTrader Copy Mobile also sees the addition of the Equity Chart to the previously-existent ROI. The Equity Chart shows the amount of own funds the provider has invested into the strategy, drawdowns, as well as his deposits & withdrawals, helping users better evaluate potential copy trading risks of the strategy in question.

Spotware’s Head of  Product, Alexander Strelnikov, says, “cTrader Mobile 4.6 hits another milestone with this new release. We have always intended to provide the same amount of capabilities – be it on Desktop, Web or Mobile, as we understand our users’ modern fast-paced lifestyles. The new release takes technical analysis depth and convenience on-the-go another step further, while the shared account access functionality opens up opportunities for our users to have portfolio managers trade on their behalf (avoiding deposits and withdrawals for user safety).”

To try the new cTrader Mobile 4.6, please download it via Google Play or App Store.

Please feel free to discuss the new additions and ask any follow-up questions via the cTrader Community Board, cTrader Official Telegram channel, or Facebook Group.


About Spotware – cTrader

cTrader, a premium trading platform offered by leading brokers and trusted by millions of traders worldwide, is the flagship product of Spotware, an award-winning financial technology provider specializing in complete business solutions and complex custom development projects. cTrader is a one-of-a-kind platform that doesn’t engage in trader fraud and prides itself on 100% transparency while providing brokers with a complete solution that raises their brand value by putting them in a category of brokers that can be trusted while simultaneously catering to the needs of all their traders. From complete beginners to professionals, the cTrader Suite offers numerous trading modes – cTrader Trade, cTrader Copy, cTrader Automate, and features availability on Web, Desktop, and Mobile devices. Spotware has been raising the standards of the online trading industry since 2010, providing constant innovation ever since. Founded on the values of transparency and the TradersFirst™ approach, the company develops products responsive to the changing demands of the business and regulatory landscape while serving the long-term interests of all market participants.

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