Everyone knows that a trader’s trading software interface is a critical component of a smoothly running trading operation. This is because the trading software(s) have come a long way than just plotting the charts and placing orders. The best ones out there are capable of much more than plotting charts, like running real-time scans, paper trading functionality, backtesting a trading system and even a limitless possibility of automation of the entire trading process. NinjaTrader 8 by NinjaTrader LLC does all the aforementioned tasks and a lot more.
Here is a picture from one of the Amibroker user running Amibroker in his Acer W4 windows 8 tablet and I personally tested in Lenova Twist Tablet and Working Amibroker in a Tablet is so cool!
Netdania provides tick by tick realtime updates for Interbank Forex Market rates, World Indices, Stocks(almost all cash markets are covered), International Commodities for Android, IPAD, Iphones. Nearly 20,000+ instruments are covered and that too available at free of cost. They also provide live news from Market News International and FXWirePro. The Best part of the Charting App is Good user interface and user experience as it is desinged to utilize the app in a user friendly way.
Was really interested in checking out which trading software has been favored by most of the traders in the world and the below metric shows which trading software is most popular based on the google search volume across the globe.
Qtstalker is a user friendly Technical Analysis package for GNU/Linux (and hence other Unix-like systems). Similar to commercial wares such as Metastock, Supercharts and Tradestation. Keeps to a lean, simple design for speed, portability, and low resource usage. Because it uses a plugin model, Qtstalker can easily be extended.