New version of mobile app enhances TradingView charts

Maria Nikolova

The newest version of the app for iOS-based devices includes enhancements to the TradingView charts., the retail FX business of Gain Capital Holdings Inc (NYSE:GCAP), has released a new version of its mobile app for iOS-devices.

The latest update introduces enhancements to TradingView charts, with positions and orders displayed on simplified and extended full screen charts and configurable default chart settings.

In one of the preceding versions of the solution the experience when using indicators on the charts was improved, retaining the indicators when returning to the full screen charts for the same market. Further, a new chart profiles feature was added allowing chart layouts to be named and saved, then loaded on other markets.

The update released in May saw new TradingView charting was added, complete with more than 60 technical indicators, 10 chart types, as well as Compare function. Also in May, the City Index mobile app was also equipped with these new TradingView charting capabilities.

The mobile app enables trading of forex, indices, and commodities on the go. Users of the solution can access live quotes, interactive charts, market analysis, real-time news, customisable watch list and rate alerts.

Traders can access advanced charting features that include candlestick, bar, line, and mountain charts with technical indicators, historical data, multiple time frames and pinch-to-zoom functionality. The app also enables placing trades and viewing of positions and orders directly from the charts.

The comprehensive trade tickets include required margin and pre/post trade available equity.

Traders can also stay on top of market important events with comprehensive Economic Calendar.

The solution gives access to account management features like funding and withdrawals, as well as reporting tools.

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