TradingView is a social platform for traders and investors to improve investing skills to maximize profits. Get access to free charts, discuss trade ideas and strategies with more than 7,000,000 traders worldwide.
Stunning charts that are free to use. They outperform many desktop trading platforms and work on any device. You’ll be able to find stocks, currencies, cryptos, futures, CFDs and more. A wide range of drawing tools (Gann, Elliott Waves) and technical indicators will help you analyze price action.
Keep track of your favorite stocks and currency pairs. See real-time price updates and be the first to know about fast market moves.
Market Data From Worldwide Exchanges
Get access to real-time market data from exchanges in US, Russia, Europe and Asia. More than 30,000 financial instruments from 40+ exchanges are at your fingertips. You’ll find what you are looking for!
Active Community Sharing Trade Ideas
Go ahead and join the talk! Thousands of traders discuss trades and latest events in our real-time public chats. Send instant messages to discuss ideas privately. Trust and transparency are the key ingredients of what makes this community great. Each user builds up a reputation based on the quality of content created.
Always at Your Fingertips
Our advanced cloud-based infrastructure means you have access to the world of finance 24/7. Multiple channels ensure secure and reliable data streaming.
We are out of snow which is why this feature is no longer available.
Ratings and Reviews
Ok, but in the end not as good as using web browser
I’ve been using trading view for a few years now and I was pretty excited to see an iPad app. Unfortunately there wasn’t enough thought put into the design of this to make it a replacement for the web browser version.
1. The list of instruments on a separate tab is so painful... you have to toggle back and forth and its really disruptive to your flow. Also no ability to sort your watchlist by name, %gain/loss, or anything else? That’s not good.
2. There is no total % gain/loss on the chart... it shows it at the top but its relative to the timeframe you have, which is crazy. Show me the % gain loss for the day like you do on the browser version... that’s a no brainer
3. No favorites on your drawing tools. That means I have to click three times to get a trend line... that’s again a terrible design choice
4. Timeframe selector across the top of the screen, making it as hard as possible to reach it with your fingers and again requiring multiple clicks to get what you want. Here’s how that should work. Near the bottom left of the screen I should be able to press and hold to show me all my timeframes, then slide and release to select the one I want.
All in all, almost isn’t good enough here. TradingView needs to spend more time thinking about use cases and design ergonomics.
Love TV! Great iOS app, clean interface to put all the important tools right at your fingertips. Only major request to make this a “5 Star” app is adding the “Edit Gear” button next to the indicator title (by the “X” button to close the indicator, just like on the web app). Sometimes double-tapping an indicator doesn’t work properly, this would make things fool proof. Other wishlist items: photo button saves photo to album (instead of just copy link), alternatively gives the option to automatically open link in Safari to manually save the photo. Minimize the lower bar - tons of screen space wasted for 5 buttons (maybe just make those 5 buttons a drop down option like the tools/timeframe/etc). Add split-screen, maybe iPad-only? And finally, Pine editor please!!!
Nice and sleek app that can be improved even further
This charting app is fast and sleek, what truly is powerful that it mimics pretty much all chart functions of a main web application, including chart markup and annotations, zooming in and out with a pinch (an indispensable feature for any Mac/iPhone user) and multiple watch lists.
There are some areas of improvement that can make it even more usable:
1) Reliable and fast sync between multiple instances: for example, if annotation is added in the mobile app, often it won’t show up in the web version (even with refresh) and vice versa.
2) Flipping through charts within the watch list: at the time of this review the app requires user to go back to the watchlist and select next ticker. In the web version navigation is much easier and more intuitive (with up/down arrows).
3) Among other minor improvements to consider:
* Make iOS app more consistent with web version by adding features like Flagged watch list
* Add support for multiple flags (by color) - use case is basically as a user you’d want to flag tickers based on some different criteria: bullish, bearish, etc.
- TradingView, Inc.
- 28.1 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- You must be at least 17 years old to download this app.
- Unrestricted Web Access
- © TradingView LLC
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.