Online trading company Swissquote has released a new version of its mobile app for Android-based devices.

  • Traders can see more details on their securities lists by viewing them in landscape mode.
  • Also, they may now rename and remove their Personal Pages.
  • The latest version of the solution enables filtering of cryptocurrency list by currency.
  • Finally, the “Account history” graph is now available in the “Services” section of one’s account.

The app allows its users to trade shares, funds and ETFs in one click, in complete security. They can access prices, graphics and financial information for more than 100,000 products.

The solutions provides notifications about prices, news, and executed orders, as well as various instruments for technical analysis in charts.

Traders can also create and personalise lists of their favourite products and monitor their daily or historic evolution with the help of clear graphs.

The app is available to clients Swissquote Bank SA based in Switzerland and Swissquote Bank Europe based in Luxembourg.

As a pioneering bank and Swiss leader in online financial services, Swissquote Bank offers innovative solutions and analysis tools tailored to the different needs and expectations of its clients.

Let’s recall that Swissquote recently introduced its new web trading platform. The platform has a simple interface, but packed with a lot of power under the hood. Let’s note that the platform enables customising the look and feel so that they can suit one’s personal trading style.

Traders can go full throttle on their trading journey with the user-friendly and powerful tools of TradingView – including advanced charting functions.

The platform offers more than 50 intelligent charting tools, as well as over 80 technical indicators for the analytically-minded. There is also synchronised layout for multiple charts.

In addition, the platform supports multiple order types. On top of the traditional order types, traders can easily execute complex ones that are not available on other platforms.