Spotware Systems, the provider of one of the most prominent foreign exchange (forex) and contracts for difference (CFD) trading platforms in the industry, announced this Thursday that it has released cTrader Desktop 3.5 Beta.
The latest version of the desktop platform has been released with a new look, according to the company’s statement, which is similar to that of the platform’s web version, as well as new features.
Specifically, the desktop platform now incorporates the Active Symbol Panel (ASP), a feature which offers detailed symbol information. This will allow traders to understand the current market situation more quickly.
Commenting on the launch, Panagiotis Charalampous, Head of Community Management at Spotware, said: “Our goal is to provide traders with the same user experience on all devices, as cTrader is accessible on desktop, web, and mobile. Also, being a very trader-oriented platform, we constantly add requested by traders features with every new update.”
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New Look for cTrader Desktop
In addition, the desktop version also has a new look, as the 3.5 Beta version comes with a new side menu, which was also implemented on cTrader Web. The new menu allows users to navigate the platform more easily, as all applications, settings, and controls are in one place.
Alongside these changes, the latest version of the Desktop platform also comes with a range of new features and tools. According to the statement, among these are a live Renko bar, a new accounts menu and layout mode, and an improved overall design
“In cTrader Automate app, there are also new additions including the Backtesting and Optimization progress bar, input parameters grouping for cBots and indicators, possibility to save cBots in chart templates, and new methods in cTrader Automate API,” the statement said.
cTrader is constantly rolling out new versions of its platform to ensure it remains one of the most popular FX and CFD trading platforms in the industry. Recent changes include the deployment of the second generation of its Open API protocol, the launch of the social trading service, cTrader Copy, along with constant updates to its mobile, web and desktop platforms.