Hayward, CA, September 12, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- eSignal, an Interactive Data company and leading provider of real-time desktop solutions for professional and individual traders, today announced the launch of eSignal Mobile, an iPad companion to eSignal on the desktop, offering anywhere, anytime access for active traders.
The changing dynamics of workplace mobility and advancing technology have made mobile access to real-time information a necessity for traders. The implementation of mobile trading applications continues to increase in importance as a means of providing instant access to the exchanges and services received on the desktop with no additional exchange fees.
With eSignal Mobile, traders can access real-time, streaming information on trade markets, watch lists, charting, and analytical tools for use on the road, at home – wherever the iPad travels. Traders can enjoy the intuitive user experience already familiar to millions of iPad users globally. Also, when customers add eSignal Mobile to their account, they will also get QuoTrek Mobile, which runs on iPhone, BlackBerry and most Android devices.
"Our extension of eSignal into tablets, specifically iPad, helps ensure that our customers have a platform that moves with them, as we begin to build a new generation of mobile products," said Kyle Ford, General Manager, eSignal. "eSignal Mobile utilizes HTML5, which will pave the way for future mobile products for the tablet and smartphones."
eSignal Mobile features robust entitlement control. The same eSignal account is used to log on to desktop and mobile - ensuring a user is only logged in to eSignal on one device at any given time. This mitigates the risk of being liable for dual exchange data usage and associated fees.
"The same window and data entitlements are used between desktop and mobile, so users will see on mobile what they are entitled to in desktop,” said Ford. “Desktop and Mobile platforms are also driven by a user's eSignal account, ensuring the same data, news and other entitlements are respected while protecting against the risk of dual exchange and other fee liability."