RoboMarkets Rolls out Mobile Version for R Trader Platform

The app will offer customers charts, account selection, position, and account management, viewing history, and trading.

CySEC-regulated broker RoboMarkets has released a fully supported mobile version for its multi-asset terminal, R Trader. The company announced the new product Friday, claiming the mobile app of its proprietary web platform would provide customers with a more efficient mobile trading experience.

R Trader mobile trading has been one of the most-requested products from the company clients, RoboMarkets said in a corporate statement.

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“Our mobile data is on a constant rise, that’s why we believe it’s logical enough in this situation to offer our clients the opportunity to trade through mobile devices with ease. R Trader mobile web terminal was developed based on Angular technology, which provides high speed and stability of the platform performance,” said Kiryl Kirychenka, the head of the R Trader project.

Until now, R Trader users have had to make a choice between usability or mobility, but the mobile app changes this by offering a set of trading features. Specifically, the app will offer customers charts, account selection, position and account management, viewing history, and trading. Traders will have access to the same major features that the platform offers to its web users, the company says.

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A multi-regulated offering

RoboMarkets also improved the updating system of the terminal, which now doesn’t interfere with the client’s work on the platform.

“From now on, it’s much faster and easier for traders to get prices, manage their investment portfolios, and place orders on their gadgets than ever before. In this release, we decided to go with the major functionality, which will surely be expanded in the future,” added Kirychenka.

RoboMarkets brand has emerged to separate the European offering of RoboForex from its international offering, mainly driven by new regulations adopted by the financial markets regulator ESMA, which ultimately created a different scene in the online retail trading industry.

Aside from its Cypriot license, RoboMarkets is also regulated in Malaysia and Belize. The company also received a license from the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus in May of this year.

In addition, the CySEC-regulated broker has a suite of sports partnerships. Earlier this year, the company signed an official partnership agreement with the Lithuanian Basketball Club Žalgiris.

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