HotForex Releases Upgraded Mobile App

New app features a separate tab for myHotForex client area, fast access to Live Rates, News, Watchlist, myHotForex and Deposits as well as customized settings for language and chart functionality parameters

Internationally acclaimed multi-asset broker, HotForex announced enhancements to its widely popular mobile app.

This follows a significant retouch one year ago which enabled access to the myHotForex client area, essentially allowing traders to deposit, withdraw and transfer trading funds on the go. Now, the revamped HotForex Mobile Application boasts many more optimized features which make navigation even easier and simplify access to key information.

The main one is the Advanced Charting functionality which allows the user, simply by clicking on any trading instrument, to see a historical rate graphic analysis in detail and choose between various graph types, numerous time frames, apply technical indicators, use a zoom scrollbar, read news concerning the specific instrument, or add it to his Watchlist.

Other significant updates include:

  • separate tab for myHotForex client area
  • bottom navigation bar for fast access to Live Rates, News, Watchlist, myHotForex and Deposits
  • a customizable settings function for selecting language and choosing various parameters on the chart functionality

A HotForex spokesperson said, “We constantly aim to provide our clients with top-notch technology – whether that is a product or a service – in order to make their trading experience as smooth as possible. The recent enhancements applied to our mobile application seek to facilitate navigation and give the user all the information he needs, at the click of a button, effortlessly and efficiently.”

The app is available for both Android and iOS devices and can be easily downloaded from Google Play and App Store.

To find out more on what the HotForex mobile application can do or to download it, just click HERE.

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