CoinMarketCap Releases Its App for Android Users and a New Version for IOS Users

Smartphone-based apps are a great way of accessing info at the palm of your hands without having to do a lot of research for this CoinMarketCap has now unveiled its app for android users. Alongside launching the Android app, CoinMarketCap has released a newer version for its IOS users. The app for IOS users was launched way back in May last year to commemorate its fifth birthday.

In the new app, CoinMarketCap has launched new features tailor-made to users’ needs to make their sessions at the app more useful. As per now, right at the app, users have the liberty of setting price alerts on all digital coins available, have access to daily historical open-high-low-close chart data and also will be able to access candlestick charts to take care of coins comparisons. Moreover, through the newer version of the apps, users now have access to portfolio tracking. Some of these features are new and aren’t available on the website. However, CoinMarketCap is working on getting the apps synced to the site to enable users to leverage the latest features alongside site features. In addition to the above, the apps new style is also excellent, and many users will love its unique style. To be able to pull it off, CoinMarketCap turned to its API products to provide the above services to its users. The apps also have a dedicated section on losers and gainers together with an updated news section.

Accessing the New Features

To enjoy the new features users have to sign up for an account right at the app and set their parameters for all the above services. The latter will include saving of your watchlist or portfolio right at the app. Setting your preferences will help the app provide you with accurate data. Apart from the above, recent developments made by CoinMarketCap include the addition of two benchmark indices containing data for the top 200 coins per market capitalization. One covers financial data feeds from its platform together with data from Germany’s Börse Stuttgart, Thomson Reuters Eikon (Refinitiv), Bloomberg Termina, and Nasdaq Global Index Data Service (GIDS) while the other covers bitcoin (BTC).

Similarly, CoinMarketCap also added crypto asset letter grades to its site from Flipside. The latter is a blockchain analytics startup which develops a Fundamental Crypto Asset Score (FCAS) metric. The metric contains a broad set of transaction data and developer activity.