RoboMarekts, a Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) regulated broker, announced recently that it had launched a mobile version of its R Trader platform. It will help the multi-asset terminal become more quickly and easily accessible to traders on the go.
More efficient mobile trading
Previously, R Trader was only available as a web offering, which made trading on mobile very difficult. With the new mobile app launched Friday, the proprietary web platform will provide users a more efficient trading option and a better mobile trading experience. In a corporate statement, the company said that R Trader mobile is one of the most highly requested products from their clients.
Head of R Trader project Kiryl Kirychenka commented on the launch and said, “Our mobile data is on a constant rise, that’s why we believe it’s logical enough in this situation to offer our clients the opportunity to trade through mobile devices with ease.” The R Trader mobile platform is built atop Angular technology to provide high speed and stable platform for the users.
Mobility is the priority
To date, R Trader was known as an efficient trading platform that focused more on usability. However, now it is adding mobility to its products to serve the users better. The new mobile app will offer the users account selection, account management, position management, customer charts, trading, and viewing history. They will also get access to all major features available on the web platform.
Meanwhile, RoboMarkets has enhanced its terminal updating system, which remains separated from the client’s work. Kirychenka said that it would become much easier for the traders to manage their investments, get prices, and place orders via their mobile devices.
RoboMarkets is trying to separate its European RoboForex business from its international offerings. The company is trying to adapt its business according to the ESMA regulations. The company holds a license in Cyprus, Belize, and Malaysia. In May this year, it also received a license from the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus.