Globally Renowned Forex Broker Upgrades its Mobile Trading App for Chinese Users

Globally Renowned Forex Brokers Upgrades its Mobile Trading App for Chinese Users

Globally Renowned Forex Brokers Upgrades its Mobile Trading App for Chinese Users

OANDA upgraded its mobile trading platform FX Trade for Chinese traders – OANDA, a globally renowned Canadian forex brokerage firm is now projecting China to be in its loop of services; concerning which, the broker has recently upgraded its award-winning mobile platform FX Trade by adding Chinese support to it. The platform-app is now available for both Apple and Android devices.

“Currency trading in the retail space is increasingly moving from the desktop to the handset; in fact, in December 2013 as many as 51% of our customer logins came from our mobile trading platforms and that percentage was higher in some predominantly Chinese-speaking markets,” said Trevor Young, Vice-President of Product Management, OANDA Corporation.

“As an industry leader in the mobile forex space, and realizing that demand from our clients in addition to the growing demand from Asian economies, adding Chinese language support was a clear priority for us and we are happy to deliver that today,” he added.


The famous and intuitive mobile trading platform lets users enjoy the perks of trading anytime, anywhere. It features tools for upgrading users with latest market activities, trade positions, control risk, as well as tools for monitoring account, placing trades, and ensuring profitability while on the go.

The FX Trade platform is also beneficial for traders to keep the track of latest currency pair values, provided further with charting functionalities, featuring multiple chart types, all in one single screen. It is easily navigable and is customized impeccably to suit individual needs.

OANDA is hoping to add more users to its already-renowned forex circle by adding Chinese support to its platform. The firm has also availed a free Dow Jones newswire in multiple languages which include Chinese, Japanese, Russian and German.

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