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Discussion in 'iPad' started by johnmoorejohn, May 12, 2010.
Title says it all.
I use iStockManager. It is not as flexible as I would like it to be, but it is ok for now. I have little doubt that more feature-rich applications will become available in the near future.
Most of the interactive stock charts reuqire Java.
Site - no
App - Thompson Reuters has a great interface IMO. Bloomberg is also good. For depth of info, you can download the Daily Finance app, which unfortunately is designed for iPod so will have to be pixel-doubled for now.
The basic stuff works on finance.yahoo.com
Parts of the site are flash I guess.
The etrade app is pretty decent.
TD Ameritrade works for me. I think it's iPhone version but works.
I kinda wonder why apple didn't give us the iPhones stocks app. Works well for quick checks.
Thomson Reuters again - however I do have to say I work for them but in no way connected with the iPad app. It looks nice, news works offline and of course as it is an app there is no issue with it not working on the iPad unlike some sites.
I kinda wonder why apple didn't give us the iPhones stocks app. Works well for quick checks.[/QUOTE]
X2. I use my iPhone stocks app all the time, simple and quick....
+1. Amazing app.
I agree with Bloomberg...it has pre-determined periods of time for charts for individual stocks or indicies. And it does it for all types of markets: equities, commodities, etc. I have yet to find a way to get it to do comparative charts, like Apple and Google on the same 1 year chart.
+1 on Bloomberg. I am not a financial guy, but I like looking at how the market is doing and the financial news the app also provides. Good free app!