Windows 8.1 App Watch: TradingView

Windows enjoys some very solid roots in the business world. No other platform, Linux, Android, iOS, Mac, nothing comes close. Businesses, enterprises and institutions all use Windows.

And while we are yet to see oodles and oodles of really capable business apps on the Windows Store, the current selection still is pretty neat. One of the better ones here, in the financial category, if you will, is the richly designed TradingView.

A real-time stock ticker at its core (there are a few additional features too), this app offers a beautiful interface to keep abreast with the stock markets, stocks, futures, currencies and all that fun stuff.

Here is the official description:

“The Finance app by TradingView helps you track accurate information for stocks and other markets with most advanced charts available. Set up personal watchlists and follow hotlists with top gainers and losers. See top published ideas from TradingView, the most active investor and trader community in the world. Delivered through a carefully designed and streamlined Windows experience.”

The default view already brings information about several of the important markets (Dow, Dax, and Nikkei), a few currency exchange rates, and information about some of the more popular company stocks. A handy search bar at the top can be used to easily add in more data.

Which can then easily be arranged and customized by resizing and reordering the tiles. And speaking of tiles, these can also be pinned to the main Start Screen of your PC or device. This free app supports all versions of Windows, x86, x64 and ARM.

Click here to check out TradingView on the Windows Store.

Please Leave Your Comments Below...

  • Drew J

    Natural marriage as you suggest. Business and Microsoft go hand in hand. Nice app to have available. Surprised it took this long.

  • Ted Smith

    Looks like a legitimately fast stock app. I love the look of it. There’s too many half-assed stock apps out there, so I’m glad Windows stepped up.

  • Kelsy Martin

    Seems pretty detailed from the picture and description. I’m not too big of a stock girl, but I definitely see this as a good and successful app. Accomplishes what it set out to do.

  • Matthew Laws

    I have this and love it. A quick and efficient way to stay on top of stocks. Nice app to spotlight.