FxPro Tools mobile app reemerges with new design

Maria Nikolova

The updated app enables traders to select between black and white skins, access more information on shares, perform calculations on additional trading instruments and convert between more currencies.

Forex brokers are not giving up on the development of mobile applications in the age of increased search for easy-to-access information on the go and extra trading functionalities available via one’s phone or even smart watch.

Underlining this trend, retail FX broker FxPro has just released updated versions of its FxPro Tools mobile application for iOS and Android powered gadgets. This is a good piece of news for the clients of the broker as there has not been a substantial update to the solution for at least several months. The app has reemerged with new design.

The new version of the application offers traders an option to switch between black and white skins.

Talking of darker colors, the dark app skin seems to be on the mind of many online trading solutions developers these days. When FinanceFeeds reported about the recent improvements to IG’s new web platform, the broker noted that a darker color scheme is amid the most requested features by traders. Another big name in the area of electronic trading – Interactive Brokers, also paid special attention to the dark color scheme in the latest update to its TWS mobile app.

FxPro Tools also offers improved markets display and some extra information on shares. More instruments are now available in Trading Calculators (WTI, BRENT, NAT.GAS, GOLD, SILVER), whereas the additions to the Currency Converter include UAH, BRL, and MXN.

The broker also promises improved speed of the app. This, however, is subject to personal assessment and often depends on the qualities of one’s mobile device.

FxPro Tools seeks to provide traders with real-time market information on a menu of instruments including Forex, Shares, Indices, Futures, Precious Metals and Energies.

The features of the application include FxPro Trader’s Dashboard, which provides access to valuable information about currency movements and how other FxPro traders are positioned regarding a given market. The Economic Calendar is a necessary piece of trivia for keeping an eye on economic announcements, whereas the Markets feature enables traders to monitor selected instruments in real time with candlestick charts and set price alerts to receive push notifications when these selected instruments reach the target prices traders have set.

In addition, the app gives access to FxPro Blog, offering daily outlooks and market analysis, provided by the broker’s team of analysts.

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