Alpari launches MT5 mobile trading app for iOS, Android

Alpari launches MT5 mobile trading app for iOS, Android



The largest US forex broker

Do not invest more money than you can afford to lose.


Russia-based forex brokerage group Alpari announced it has launched a mobile version of the MetaTrader5 (MT5) platform for live trading. The application is compatible both with iOS and Android devices and offers the full features of the MT5 platform.

On MT5 can be traded forex, CFDs, futures, options and stocks. The mobile version, just like the desktop one, allows the user to trade, receive stock prices and quotes, analyze markets with interactive real time charts (bars, Japanese candlesticks and broken line) and indicators (30 of the most popular) and view the history of the trading operations. It also contains 24 analytical objects: lines, channels, geometric shapes, as well as Gann, Fibonacci and Elliott tools.

The most recent version of the MT5 mobile app also offers free financial news, sound notifications, fast switch between financial instruments on charts, customizable themes. The new version for tablets also includes a window to show the detailed information about trading operations.

It is free and available throughout the world.

alpari app

In this way Alpari expands its offering of mobile trading platforms. Up until now it was offering only the MetaTrader4 mobile application for Android and iOS.

Recently Alpari expanded the offering on its MT5 platform with forex and spot metals. It also widened its binary options offering with shares, oil, and stock indices.

Alpari, set up in 1998, has offices in Russia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Mauritius, and the UAE. The group companies are Alpari-Broker (Russia), Alpari Ltd (Saint Vincent and the Grenadines), Alpari International Ltd (Mauritius), Alpari Ltd (Belize), are registered with and regulated by the relevant regulatory bodies in Belize and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.The broker has also applied for a license in Russia.

The group used to operate a UK-regulated branch, which went insolvent in January 2015 after it faced exceptional volatility and extreme lack of liquidity as a result of the EUR/CHF collapse.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *