What’s new in Finalto’s enhanced ClearMobile app?

Rick Steves

This latest enhancement aims to bring a unified and efficient trading experience, with more global trading capabilities, and increased market depth.

Finalto, a renowned player in the financial trading industry, has rolled out a significant update to its Finalto ClearMobile app, now available on both Google Play and the Apple Store.

This latest enhancement aims to bring a unified and efficient trading experience to its users across Android and iOS platforms, reflecting Finalto’s ongoing commitment to customer satisfaction and technological advancement.

The key features of the updated ClearMobile app

Unified Platform Access: A crucial feature of the update is the integration of the entire range of assets available on Finalto’s web platform into the ClearMobile app. This ensures a seamless trading experience for users, irrespective of the device or platform they choose to use.

Enhanced Global Trading Capabilities: The app now boasts new data center integrations, enabling improved global trading connections. Users can effortlessly engage in trading activities across major financial centers such as London, New York, and Singapore, on both major mobile operating systems.

Increased Market Depth: The update introduces additional layers of liquidity, offering users a more comprehensive view of market trends. This depth of market insight is designed to assist users in making more informed trading decisions.



“Our mobile platform has seen a remarkable surge in popularity”

Pablo Gomez, Head of Client Services at Finalto, said: “The Finalto team is proud to release another update which stems from our commitment to enhancing our offering and service to clients. Our mobile platform has seen a remarkable surge in popularity, and this latest release is a direct outcome of the invaluable feedback we continually receive.”

More than just a routine upgrade, Finalto’s latest update to the ClearMobile app represents a strategic commitment to providing innovative, user-friendly, and efficient trading solutions to its global clientele.

The seamless integration of trading sites in London, New York, and Singapore into a single app with unified credentials is a significant step in delivering a truly global trading experience on the go.



ClearMobile as part of Finalto’s ClearVision

ClearMobile is part of Finalto’s ClearVision package, which comprises a set of applications and tools designed for partners to manage, from a single system, the different aspects of their business, in a comprehensive manner. This includes tools for Client Management, Liquidity Management, Risk Management, Trading Platforms, BackOffice, FIX API, and much more.

The flexible and adaptable technology behind ClearVision has been designed to allow direct integrations with third-party back-office systems, using Finalto’s ClearAccess APIs.

Finalto’s cloud-based trading platform offering, which includes ClearMobile, is a multi-asset trading solution offering market depth with volume-weighted average price, and low latency execution and pre-click trading.

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