cTrader mobile app adds new indicators

Maria Nikolova

The new version of the solution adds eight new indicators, including Hull Moving Average and Cyber Cycle.

Fintech expert Spotware Systems has just released a new version of its cTrader mobile app for Android and iOS-based gadgets, with the solution offering a raft of enhancements, which may be of particular interest to fans of technical analysis.

The new version of the Spotware cTrader app adds a raft of new indicators:

  • Alligator;
  • Average Directional Movement Index Rating;
  • Center Of Gravity;
  • Cyber Cycle;
  • Fractals;
  • Hull Moving Average;
  • Polynomial Regression Channels;
  • Supertrend.

There are also customisable features:

  • Fibonacci levels;
  • Indicators and drawings colors.

The preceding version of the app enabled Stop Loss and Take Profit to be added to positions & orders, and pending orders to be amended by drag & drop directly on the chart.

Further, the Trend Line and Ray were improved, with precise moving of the edges.

In one of the previous versions of the app, the company introduced Targets – trading signals from Trading Central which became accessible directly in the chart.

The list of features added in that version of the mobile app also includes a “Close All positions” filter, as well as shifted indicators – traders can move indicators left or right for more flexible technical analysis. The app also made available an enhanced Crosshair tool, so that traders can inspect bar values including market series data and indicator values.

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