cTrader Desktop 3.5 Gets a New Look

Maria Nikolova

Traders can now quickly grasp the current market situation and take actions when the opportunity strikes increasing their trading possibilities.

Spotware, an award-winning trading solutions provider, has announced that cTrader Desktop 3.5 Beta has been released showcasing a new look that very much resembles and shares the benefits of cTrader Web.

Commenting on the launch, Panagiotis Charalampous, Head of Community Management at Spotware, stated: “Our goal is to provide traders with the same user experience on all devices, as cTrader is accessible on desktop, web, and mobile. Also, being a very trader-oriented platform, we constantly add requested by traders features with every new update.”

The new version is based on a symbol-centric concept. It incorporates the Active Symbol Panel (ASP) which offers detailed symbol information and fast controls. Traders can now quickly grasp the current market situation and take actions when the opportunity strikes increasing their trading possibilities.

Other major changes include a new side menu that was also successfully implemented in cTrader Web. The new menu greatly improves navigation by merging all applications, settings, fast controls under one hood. It also embeds Watchlists under Trade app and cBots and indicators lists under cTrader Automate app offering more space than the previous version once collapsed.

Apart from that, the new version has additional features and tools, providing traders with more usability and improving their overall trading experience. Among these are live Renko bar, new accounts menu and layout modes, improved overall design. In cTrader Automate app, there are also new additions including the Backtesting and Optimization progress bar, input parameters grouping for cBots and indicators, possibility to save cBots in chart templates, and new methods in cTrader Automate API.

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