eSignal Mobile Application for iPad – Review

esignal-mobileeSignal, an Interactive Data company and leading provider of real-time desktop solutions for professional and individual traders, this week announced the launch of eSignal Mobile, a companion and addon to the eSignal desktop. Available initially through an iPad® application, eSignal Mobile offers anywhere, anytime access for active traders.

With eSignal Mobile, traders can access real-time, streaming information on markets, watch lists, charting, and analytical tools for use on the road, at home and wherever else the iPad travels. Traders can enjoy the intuitive user experience already familiar to millions of iPad users globally. Also, traders that add eSignal Mobile to their account will automatically get access to QuoTrek® Mobile, which runs on the iPhone®, BlackBerry® and most Android™ smartphones.eSignal Mobile utilizes HTML5, which will serve as an important standard for future mobile products for tablets and smartphones.

About Esignal Mobile

eSignal Mobile features robust window and data entitlement control. The same eSignal account is used to log on to desktop and mobile devices, ensuring that a user is only logged in to eSignal on one device at any given time. This feature enables traders to view on their mobile device the same data and news they can access on the desktop and can help to mitigate the risk of being liable for dual exchange data usage and associated fees.

Sample Nifty Future Charts shown with Basic RSI Indicators

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Sample Nifty Future Charts shown with Basic Stoch Indicators
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Few FAQ’s on Esignal Mobile Application

What mobile platforms are supported by eSignal Mobile?

eSignal Mobile is designed exclusively for the iPad tablet and will not run on other devices.

Is eSignal Mobile available as a standalone product?

No, presently you must be a subscriber to eSignal product in order to subscribe to eSignal Mobile.

I am an existing QuoTrek user. How do I also get also get eSignal Mobile for my iPad?

Login to Account Maintenance, add the eSignal Mobile Service to your eSignal account. The eSignal Mobile service automatically includes the iPhone and BlackBerry apps, for no additional fee.

What is the cost of eSignal Mobile add-on service?

eSignal Mobile cost $35 / month. It includes the iPhone and BlackBerry apps.

List of Basic Indicators available

1)Average True Range
2)Bollinger Bands
3)Choppiness
4)Commodity Channel Index
5)Directional Movement Index
6)Envelope
7)Exponential Moving Average
8)Exponential Oscillator
9)Highest High Lowest Low
10)Historic Volatility
11)Keltner Channel
12)MACD
13)Momentum
14)Moving Average
15)Money Flow Index
16)Osciallator
17)Parabolic SAR
18)Previous Close
19)Rate of Change
20)Relative Strength Index
21)Slow Stochastic
22)Smoothed Moving Average
23)Stochastic
24)Variable Moving Average
25)Volume
26)William %R

This is the first esignal version launched for IPAD. So esignal had provided the bare minimum functionality. And here are some of the points which i feel esignal have to concentrate on to make their application better.

What you cant do with Esignal Mobile

1)Drawing Trendlines, Fibonacci, GANN lines or any other geometric line
2)Applying Custom Indicators and Proprietary indicators
3)Back-testing and Optimization
4)Time & Sales window
5)Viewing Multiple charts
6)Viewing Jistorical Tick charts is not possible and the minimum timeframe available is 1min.

Hope the next version will be lots of features and functionality

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Rajandran R

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2 comments… add one

  • Aditya Rao October 19, 2013, 2:43 pm

    My hand set with Opera mini but i am unable to see yours Nifty Live graph advise me which browser is best one for Nifty Live graphs.

    Reply
    • Rajandran R October 21, 2013, 7:20 am

      Try with Chrome instead. You will be able to see if javascripts are enabled on your phone.

      Reply

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    • Rajandran is a Market Analyst and founder of Marketcalls, one of the most intelligent blog in the world to share knowledge on Technical Analysis, Trading systems & Trading strategies.