Latest version of cTrader mobile app bolsters charting capabilities

Maria Nikolova

Support of user drawings on charts, colored indicators and enhanced chart zoom are among the new features introduced in cTrader Mobile Beta version 3.0.

Fintech expert Spotware has earlier today released the latest version of the cTrader mobile app. The solution has been updated to version 3.0, with a range of new features introduced.

The company explains that the emphasis in the newest version of cTrader Mobile Beta is on improving the charting capabilities of the solution. It is available now to download on Google Play and App Store.

The solution offers support of user drawings on charts. That is, traders can now draw horizontal, vertical or trend lines on charts.

In addition, the new version allows traders to personalize their charts by choosing the preferred color of indicators. Chart zoom is also enhanced, so that traders can see the whole picture as the app allows to zoom out of charts 3-4 times further compared to the previous version.

The preceding version of the application (2.9) also came with a set of enhancements, including new chart type “Area”, Pipsometer (chart measuring tool) and social sharing functionality. Thanks to the pipsometer tool, traders can precisely measure pip distance on charts. Moreover, it clings to Open High Low Close of candles which makes the measurement very easy.

Let’s also note the recent update of cTrader Web Beta to version 3.0. The new version introduces what the company calls an “all-in-one trading experience”. For instance, the redesigned cTrader Web 3.0 Beta adds a foldable side menu that collects all controls, navigation, and applications in one place. From here, traders can take fast actions, modify all settings and preferences, trade and analyze their performance just in a click. The side menu has also embedded a symbol finder and watchlists under the trade application.

Furthermore, in response to traders’ requests, new features like linked charts and open positions counter have been added to the platform’s functionality. It also shows Trade Value and has possibility to manage sessions on different platforms and devices for more security. In addition, cTrader has introduced new application layouts and languages: Slovak, Malaysian and Indonesian.

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