Spotware launches version 4.0 of cTrader web platform to offer new level of trading experience

“The release of cTrader Web 4.0 is a whole new step to a complete trading experience and maximum user convenience, underlining our famous Traders First approach”, says Panagiotis Charalampous, the Head of Community Management at Spotware.

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Retail trading platform development company Spotware has announced the release of version 4.0 of its cTrader Web platform, marking a whole new level of trading experience for cTrader web version users on Windows and Mac devices.

Among many other features, the addition of Active Charts, coupled with an increased range of hotkeys allows traders to manage the selected chart’s type, settings, timeframes and preferences in a click, while the new Object Manager and advanced charting tools enable effective organization of drawings and indicators.

“The release of cTrader Web 4.0 is a whole new step to a complete trading experience and maximum user convenience, underlining our famous Traders First approach”, says Panagiotis Charalampous, the Head of Community Management at Spotware.

“The version is packed with a selection of useful, highly-sought-after features, including the valuable addition of Active Charts and a new Object Manager. Further, cTrader Web 4.0 takes care of fundamentals in the face of FXStreet News that our traders got to know and love, now fully integrated into the platform” concluded Mr Charalampous.

Additionally, privacy settings have been improved to allow one to hide sensitive information from the screen when trading in public places, the help center underwent a revamp to gather all vital user information, and copy strategy providers have received the option to allow copying of their strategy Demo and Live accounts, or to Live accounts only, for maximum copy account control.

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