Metaquotes releases iPhone app for MT5


Metaquotes just announced the release of its Metatrader 5 mobile app. The app is available for iPhone, iPod and iPad. This is an interesting move as for the first time Metaquotes releases not only just its platform (which is obviously its core business) but also add-ons such as MT5 mobile app. This cuts the middle-men, the technological companies which develop these apps, assuring that Metaquotes potentially may receive additional revenue streams. It would be interesting to see whether Metaquotes will also do more in this direction, for instance development of liquidity bridges. If it would it would turn this market upside down…

This is the announcement:

Today we are releasing the mobile version of the MetaTrader 5 Client Terminal for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. Now everyone can take advantage of the freedom of mobile trading – the terminal can be downloaded free from AppStore.

With MetaTrader 5 for iPhone, you can trade, monitor your account and stay up-to-date with financial information 24 hours a day. With the mobile terminal, trading in the financial markets is available at anytime from anywhere in the world. MetaTrader 5 Mobile offers the user-friendly interface and wide variety of features.

Charts and analytic tools will be added soon to the mobile version of the MetaTrader 5 mobile terminal. The list of supported platforms will be expanded – as we are planning to release also MetaTrader 5 Mobile terminal for Android and Blackberry.

Download MetaTrader 5 for iPhone to acquire a powerful tool for trading in financial markets. What’s more important, the terminal will always be with you.


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5 Comments on this post


  1. Alexander said:


    It’s a good news but unfortunately I couldn’t found charts there. Michael may be do you know how I can do it?


    January 25th, 2011 at 10:48 am
  2. Michael Greenberg said:

    I just talked to the Metaquotes guys: it’s not there yet as this is not the final build but it should be included in the next one (no official date yet). Just keep checking if there are updates :)

    January 25th, 2011 at 11:25 am
  3. Peter La'crosse said:

    Too bad they have no plans to release anything for windows mobile 7.
    Who really uses iphones? Kids, who have no idea about trading.

    January 26th, 2011 at 2:21 pm
  4. Michael Greenberg said:

    i say tablets like iPad and Samsung Galaxy are the way to go

    January 26th, 2011 at 2:29 pm
  5. Forex Trader said:

    +1 to Michael’s comment on tabs like iPad and Galaxy.

    January 30th, 2011 at 12:54 pm

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