OANDA fxTrade Mobile sets record trading volumes


OANDA, a global provider of innovative forex trading services, announces that its clients are registering record-high mobile trading volumes via the broker’s industry-leading fxTrade Mobile platform. Today, more than 56 percent of OANDA’s Australian clients log-in to their accounts daily via fxTrade Mobile. Android tablet log-ins in the third quarter increased by 20 percent compared to the second quarter, where iPad log-ins in the same time period increased by 12 percent.

mobileoada“As a technology company, it’s interesting for us to see changes and trends emerging in both the consumer and trading mobile spaces. As we launch our next-generation feature-set for the Android tablet, its rewarding to see that our overall Android user base has increased by 35 percent over 2013,” said Barbara Bermes, Mobile Product Manager, OANDA Corporation. “As we look forward to 2015, we’ll continue to focus on customizable features, as well as advanced charting and trading functionality specific to each device.”

Available for download via Google Play, OANDA’s fxTrade Mobile 4.0 for Android features a redesigned experience for tablets: with the portfolio, quotes list and chart, either visible all at once or in full-screen chart mode, this version brings the convenience and flexibility of a customized view to Android tablet users.

“Year-over-year we see more clients downloading our fxTrade Mobile platform, as well as increasing their frequency of use and their mobile trading volume, and we expect that trend to continue,” said Trevor Young, Vice President of Product Management, OANDA Corporation. “As the industry leader in the mobile trading space, we’ll continue to set the pace and the feature-set, as per our clients’ feedback.”

Like OANDA’s MetaTrader 4 mobile applications for iPhone and Android smartphones and tablets, and OANDA’s Currency Converter for iPhoneiPadiPod touch, and Android devices, fxTrade Mobile is available to download for free.

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