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PFSOFT releases native mobile trading applications

PFSOFT, a trading software provider, just announced the release of its new free mobile applications for iOS, and Android devices, available on the App Store and Google Play. Protrader for Mobile provides access to all major markets, including forex, equities, futures, options, and CFDs. Users can easily navigate through the intelligent interface to use a variety of trading tools. Now traders are able to react to all market movements on the go using Protrader for Mobile.



Along with top level usability, our mobile solutions provide users with advanced trading tools, such as, watchlist panel, charting with a rich set of indicators and drawing tools, level 2 quotes, news, and much more! Also, mobile applications are fully integrated with other Protrader platform components, allowing users to run server-based algorithmic strategies and alerts from any place - says Vitalii Ivliev, analyst at PFSOFT.



Our aim was to create an application with the user in mind. We didnt want to add too many of functions without thinking about whether traders would really use them. As a result we developed a user-friendly and easy-to-use mobile applications, says Anton Nemykin, Head of Design Department at PFSOFT. We just released our new web application. And now along with mobile trading applications our clients can benefit from the complete suite of front-end components: Protrader for Desktop, Web and Mobile, states Denis Borisovsky, CEO of PFSOFT.

Thursday, 28 Feb, 2013 / 2:33

Source : http://protrader.com

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