|By PR Newswire||
|November 1, 2012 02:03 AM EDT||
LONDON, November 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
GFT Markets launches Kindle Fire app for spread betting, CFDs and FX
GFT Markets, the global provider of retail derivatives, has announced that its award winning DealBook® trading platform is available to download as an app for the Kindle Fire, to coincide with the tablet's recent UK launch. Designed with speed, performance and reliability as key attributes, this native Android application will give clients yet another option for accessing their accounts and placing trades whilst on the move.
Martin Slaney, Director of Global Product Management at GFT Markets, commented:
"Given the popularity of the iPad app that we launched at the start of the year and the success of the range of mobile applications that preceded it, there's no debating the fact that our clients want to be able to trade wherever they are and whenever they want. The Kindle Fire has seen phenomenal uptake in the U.S. even as the battle for high quality, cost-effective tablets picks up and we are sure this will be repeated in the UK, especially with the HD version where the user interface is incredibly sharp."
All GFT Markets clients can log into DealBook® using their Kindle by simply entering their existing account details and password. Live markets news and a full range of charting options, plus the ability to overlay key technical indicators are also available. The application can be downloaded from the Amazon App Store.
High quality images of the platform for reproduction are available on request.
About GFT Markets
From local offices in London, New Jersey, Grand Rapids, Dubai, Singapore, Sydney, and Tokyo, GFT provides its global client base with the opportunity to speculate and trade in a broad range of markets, quickly, efficiently and securely. Most known for its award-winning DealBook® platform available for desktop, the web, or mobile phone, GFT also provides options for automated trading, 24/7 customer service, and competitive spreads even in times of market volatility.
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