Spotware enhances cTrader mobile app

Maria Nikolova

The latest version of the solution for Android-based gadgets enables traders not only to create, but also to close, double and reverse orders in one click from the chart full-screen mode.

Fintech expert Spotware Systems has just released a new version of its cTrader mobile app (beta) for Android-based devices. 

With the new version of Spotware cTrader app, users are enabled not only to create, but also to close, double and reverse orders in one click from the chart full-screen mode. Let’s recall that, in version 3.3 of the solution, the app gave traders the ability to create orders in one click directly from the chart in full-screen mode. When the chart is open in full-screen mode traders can click the “New Order” icon and the “Buy”/”Sell” button will appear.

The feature is very convenient as it allows traders to conduct their technical analysis and trade from the same screen thus improving the overall app usability.

The newest release also includes an added feature of Rectangle Drawing, broker symbol descriptions, and badges with the number of open and pending orders in tabs for instant trading activity overview.

The latest version also comprises several bug fixes and performance improvements.

Earlier in May, Spotware announced that the company has integrated Autochartist Market Analysis into cTrader Mobile 3.4 Beta. It will be also released to brokers that are subscribed to Autochartist services.

Autochartist identifies potential trade opportunities using Chart Patterns, Fibonacci patterns, and Key Levels. The analysis is generated per symbol, for timeframe as low as 15 minutes, providing traders with a graphical illustration and information on the direction of potential price movement along with the forecasted price.

In cTrader Mobile, the Autochartist Analysis tool is located in the Symbol Overview section. For more information, users can open Pattern Details which offer a full overview of the pattern. Orders can be quickly placed in both screens of the app providing a seamless trading experience.

Read this next

Opinion

The FX Algo Wheel, is it wheels up and ready to take flight?

by David Catterick, Sales Director, BidFX Australia

Retail FX

eToro users now can trade underlying Italian stocks

Israeli social trading and multi-asset brokerage company eToro has expanded its service offering and trading products by incorporating new markets, namely Italian stocks listed at underlying exchanges.

Digital Assets

BlackRock bets on crypto bank Silvergate despite drastic fall

BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, has increased its stake in Silvergate Bank, a crypto-friendly lender that counts major crypto exchanges like Coinbase and Kraken as clients.

Opinion

A viewpoint from Anatoly Crachilov, CEO and Founding Partner at Nickel Digital, on SEC regulation of the digital asset sector

The SEC’s latest episode comes across as more of a PR performance rather than an act of investor protection.

Digital Assets

Tether denies receiving any loans from Celsius, the opposite is true

World’s largest stablecoin issuer, Tether dismissed reports suggesting that it received a $2 billion loan from the bankrupt cryptocurrency lender Celsius.

Institutional FX

Cboe FX volume makes strong rebound in January

Cboe’s institutional spot FX platform today announced its trading volume for the month ending January 2023, which marks a mild rebound after a steep fall in December.

Uncategorized

XS.com appoints Exness alumni Mohamad Ibrahim as CEO

XS.com, the multi-regulated financial services provider, has appointed Mohamad Ibrahim as the group’s newest chief executive officer (CEO).

Technology

B2Broker Integrates Match-Trader Solution to Expands Its White Label Liquidity Offering

A global provider of technology and liquidity for the FX and cryptocurrency markets, B2Broker recently announced the extension of its white label liquidity offering by merging with Match-Trader.

Digital Assets

UK launches open consultation to regulate crypto exchanges, custody, and lending

The government’s proposed measures have been informed by recent market events – including the failure of FTX – which reinforce the case for effective regulation and sector engagement.

<