The online forex broker RoboForex announced that it has updated its WebTrader platform. Now its user interface, design and functionality are optimized for trading on all types of mobile devices. In its announcement the broker notes that trading on the new mobile version will be comfortable even for users with devices with smaller screens and lower resolutions, who previously had difficulties.
The mobile WebTrader interface allows working with all types of MetaTrader4 (MT4) accounts, viewing the current market price and spread size, the instrument chart and multiple time-frames and supports different chart types. It lists all open transactions, recent information on account state and bonuses, order and transactions history. Naturally, through a mobile device can be placed all types of orders and setting levels of take profit and stop loss.
It is worth noting that the mobile device version has an option for switching to the desktop WebTrader, which has more visualization options. The menu of the mobile version also offers direct links to various sections of RoboForex’ website with daily analytics, news, economic calendar and the deposit section.
The mobile version of WebTrader is supported by the following browsers:
The RoboForex WebTrader was launched in 2011. It is available for the most popular desktop and mobile operating systems and is fully compatible with the MetaTrader4 trading platform.
RoboForex is an automated forex broker regulated in Cyprus and Belize. It offers trade in currencies and CFDs on stocks, indices and spot oil. The leverage is up to 1:1000 and no minimum deposit is required. The trading platforms that can be used for trading via RoboForex are MT4, MetaTrader5 (MT5) and cTrader.
The group consists of the holding company RoboForex Financial Group and its units RoboForex, regulated by Cyprus’ Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC), RoboTrade Ltd. regulated by the International Financial Services Commission (IFSC) of Belize and RoboForex LP, based in New Zealand.
Recently RoboForex announced the the addition of Risk Allocation Management Model (RAMM) accounts to its offering and the upgrade to its existing percentage allocation money management (PAMM) accounts.