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MT4 Mobile Applications


Trade on the go with a leading global MetaTrader 4 broker
OlympusFx is pleased to provide traders with access to MT4 trading technology on the go. With access to the MetaTrader 4 for iPhone or Android devices, traders can now trade the financial markets from the palm of their hand, wherever they are. Both apps can be downloaded free of charge from the iTunes Store and Google Play site.

MT4 Android App

With access to real-time interactive quotes and charts, the Android smartphone or tablet mobile platform includes the convenient on to go trading features of the iPhone app, however the interface is laid out differently. Another key feature of the Android app has the ability to view account history and analyze past trades on the go. 


MT4 iPhone App
According to MetaQuotes Technology Corp., the new MetaTrader 4 mobile platform for iPhone is able to impress the traders of all skill levels by its broad capabilities. Fully functional Forex trading, efficient arsenal of the most critical technical analysis tools and ease of use in everyday activities - all these features are available in MetaTrader 4 for iPhone


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Trading the markets


The MT4 iPhone app provides you with real-time access to the global markets.
  • Real-time streaming quotes
  • Full set of trade orders, including pending orders
  • All types of execution modes supported

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Technical Analysis


Trade from your palm of your hand using charts and indicators to help you make your trading decisions.
  • 30 technical indicators
  • Interactive charts with zoom and scroll
  • Seven timeframes plus three chart types
  • Trade levels and volumes on the chart

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Easy Start


Log in using your MT4 account details and with just a few taps and you can start trading.
  • User-friendly interface
  • Trade directly from the chart
  • View and amend multiple Watch Lists
  • View trade history
  • Offline mode for symbol prices and charts

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