Spreadex upgrade mobile charting
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by Harry Davies on 18th October, 2016
With a mission to make financial spread betting more accessible than ever before one of our partners, Spreadex, are going to great lengths to get spread bettors using their mobile platform. Recently updating their mobile charts Spreadex can now provide clear, informed trading information straight to your iPhone, built in HTML5, making things clearer, faster and more detailed then ever before.
Explaining their latest updates Spreadex explains how people can make the most of their products:
To access our charts make sure you use the latest version of the Spreadex Financial Spread Betting App, or access our mobile trading platform. Once you have loaded our mobile trading platform, click on the market of your choice then hit 'View Chart.' To configure the chart simply hit the buttons on the bottom menu to change between the settings.
What has changed?
Commissioning expert developers to roll out updates changes to the mobile platform include:
- An improved, cleaner look and design
- Faster loaning times
- Easier navigation
- You can now pinch and drag the chart to your specification
- View data from the last decade
- Select what type of graph you wish to view data in
- Create, save and load custom chart templates
- And much more!
Why join Spreader?
In addition to the constant updates to increase customer service Spreadex are equally as passionate about the products themselves, offering deals on equities (featuring extensive AIM stock provision), indices, FX, commodities, options, ETFs, bonds and interest rates. If you would like to learn more about the many options at hand sign up with Spreadex today and enjoy a warm welcome of £200 to bet with.
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