New version of cTrader app introduces Targets – signals from Trading Central

Maria Nikolova

The latest version of the solution for Android devices introduces Targets – trading signals from Trading Central which are now accessible directly in the chart.

Fintech expert Spotware Systems has just released a new (beta) version of its cTrader mobile app for Android gadgets, with the solution offering a raft of enhancements.

With the new version of Spotware cTrader app, the company introduces Targets – trading signals from Trading Central which are now accessible directly in the chart.

The list of new features in this 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 now also offers an enhanced Crosshair tool, so that traders can inspect bar values including market series data and indicator values.

Let’s recall that, the preceding version of Spotware cTrader app added a Full-Screen Chart Dark Theme for further mobile trading interface personalization. Furthermore, the Standard Depth of Market feature became available on Mobile Symbol Overview, to display the liquidity for securities and currencies at different price levels.

The version of the app released in July allowed traders to amend the Stop Loss and Take Profit of their orders and positions through Drag & Drop in full-screen chart mode. Also, the app featured improved Edit Watchlist and Symbols Search functions which allow one to use Drag & Drop to easily reorder symbols, as well as add new ones directly from the search.

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