iOS users can now use TabTrader to trade at major crypto exchanges including Binance, Coinbase, FTX, Kraken, KuCoin, Huobi, Bybit, Gate.io, BitMEX and Bitfinex, with more to follow.
Around 30% of TabTrader customers use the iOS app, said CEO Kirill Suslov, who called the launch a “drastic shift for our community.” Noting that the trading feature on iOS had been in “high demand,” he added that, “We hope it’s going to bring relief for those having waited for this feature and show a lot of promise for the ones just starting out with our app .”
Placing an order using the updated TabTrader iOS app is a simple process: just add your exchange account using an API, open your trading instrument, press the cart icon in the upper right corner of the app and fill in the order form.
You can also place an order by either picking a position from the order book, or straight from the chart by pressing over it.
TabTrader for Android 5.0.0
TabTrader has also released a sweeping update to its Android app. Version 5.0.0 of the TabTrader app adds options for multiple accounts, color-coded account management, ticker sizing options and tweaks to the order form.
The updated app enables users to add multiple accounts per exchange, with up to 25 accounts in total; accounts can be renamed, color coded and pinned to the watchlist.
Ticker modes include options for small, compact, medium and large sizes, as well as red and green charts that enable users to see current market sentiment at a single glance.
The order form has had a number of UX updates. The list of orders and trades is now sorted into tabs, and the previous order type is now automatically saved, while input data is retained when the order form is collapsed—enabling users to return to the chart at any time while filling in the order form.
On the chart itself, users can now lock and duplicate shapes, as well as undoing changes while editing shapes.