Few industry insiders haven’t been paying attention to the mobile trading solutions on the forex and CFDs trading market. Regardless of whether a broker is looking for a new piece of software to add to its offering or just checking the competition, the number of platforms on the market offering a complete suite is not that big.
With ample room for development, the solutions that offer traders complete functionality on mobile devices are about to get an upgraded solution from a key player. Subsequent to NetDania providing its mobile charting software for free for some years, the company is about to launch the newest version of its mobile trading application.
With over 1,000,000 downloads on iOS and Android, and 400,000 registered users, the Danish company is set to roll out a new version of its mobile trading platform.
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A number of new features are going to become available for the traders using NetDania. Three are especially worthy of highlighting – pattern recognition, live and demo accounts trading functionality and the ability to build complex alerts within the application.
Up until now the free version of the mobile application did not include a trading functionality. The 4th generation of the application has changed this important component and with its superior alerts and pattern recognition reaffirms its stance as one of the key players in the mobile charting space.
The company is introducing a way for the traders to create server side alerts which are based on multiple conditions. The combination of the new pattern recognition functionality in tandem with certain indicator thresholds can make a trader’s job much easier and keep him/her engaged and trading on a mobile device.
The release date for the new software solution of NetDania is December 18th for iOS users and January 22nd for Android users. The solution is going to support a multitude of brokers, which the company will unveil in the aftermath of the launch. Finance Magnates will provide a full review of the product to its readers once the mobile app is officially released.