5 Best Android Stock Market Apps

Since the beginning of the smartphone age, accessing information has become easier and faster than ever. Even personal computers or laptops cannot provide the flexibility and ease-of-use that smartphones provide. They are compact, lightweight, and just require some touches, or a simple glance to get the information you need.

This compactness comes in handy especially when you need to stay updated constantly, like the stock market where everyone needs to be up-to-date on the latest happenings regarding their investments. Instead of viewing the prices of equities and commodities on the TV, or calling your stock broker, you can just take out your Android smartphone, launch the stock market app and keep yourself updated in real-time with the latest prices of the stock market.

Best Indian stock market app

Apart from displaying the current market price of equities and commodities, these Android apps also show 52-week high and low, today’s high and low, latest news associated with that script, and most importantly, some apps allow you to create a watchlist and portfolio, where you can create a list of stocks that you want to track the prices. In short, they’re very handy if you want to keep a track of stock market.

So here’s a list of some best Indian Android stock market apps that will help stock traders/investors stay connected to the stock market.

1. Moneycontrol

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This app is a comprehensive all-in-one solution for those who want everything in one place related to the stock market. The user interface is clean, easy to use, and very user-friendly. It is a highly rated app on the Google Play store and one of the most used apps as far as Indian stocks are concerned.

It covers stocks from BSE, NSE, MCX and NCDEX exchanges, so you can track Indices (Sensex and Nifty), Stocks, Futures, Options, Mutual Funds, Commodities and Currencies with ease. There is an option to track global indices as well. In-depth info regarding a particular stock, futures, and options is provided.

Apart from that, it has dedicated message boards for users where you can interact with other users, and also follow experts and their tips. There is a live TV feature built in the app where you can follow certain specific news channels and also an audio only feature.

The news section allows you to stay updated with the latest incidents taking place in the corporate world. News can be saved for reading offline at a later time.

Portfolios can be created and personalized watchlists can be monitored easily and timely updates and alerts on their performance can be received as well.

2. ET markets

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This app is designed specifically with Indian users in mind. Therefore all the Indian indices are available. After installing and using the first time, the app asks you to select one out of 9 languages. They can be changed later on from the language tab or settings menu.

Use Sensex live, interactive, multiple chart types and technical analysis to spot trends and compare performance. There are a lot of options to study a single stock chart.

In the settings menu, you can change the frequency of the refresh rate beginning from 30 secs.

The app pushes news to the notification menu of the phone like some other apps in this list and also has a share option whereby news can be shared directly from the notification menu.

3.Stockmarkets by Teletrader

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This app was mainly included in the list for one simple reason. It provides you with live quotes with no delays. Normally stock market apps provide updates with a 30-20 seconds delay, some apps even more. But this app provides live prices without the need to update every second for all the major international markets.

You can use your Google / Yahoo account to import your Google Finance portfolios or Yahoo Finance portfolios. You can also create a watchlist where you can add and monitor some particular stocks. It’s real time stock update and real time push notifications and email alerts are something that makes it worth trying.

4.Stock Watch BSE/NSE

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If you are looking for a simplistic user interface with no clutter, then this app is for you. This app has a widget that will be useful to users who don’t want to enter the app every now and then but simply want the info at a glance.

The design of the app seems to be more like older Android apps rather than lollipop version. The home screen of the app greets you with six icons at the bottom.

First is the home screen icon, a second is the watch list icon where you can add multiple watch lists, edit, or sort them. The third icon gives you access to market experts opinions on select stocks and also general forecast regarding the stock market’s movement. Touching the fourth icon gives you a quick info on the day’s losers gainers from local, as well as global indices. The fifth one focuses on international economic news. And finally, the sixth icon is a search feature where you can search and select your favorite stocks to add to your watch list.

5.Yahoo Finance

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The Yahoo finance app provides a very clean minimalistic user interface that helps getting used to the app in no time. Finding what you need is easy, and simple.

Apart from the fact that Yahoo has bundled its other services like Yahoo weather, Aviate, Fantasy sports and even Flickr into the app, it does its job. It is clearly designed with the international audience in mind. But still, if you have a limited portfolio and don’t like too many hassles then this is the app for you.

So that’s it. Hope you find these Android stock market apps as useful. Do let us know if you have something to say, or if you know of any other apps that you would like to share in the comments below.

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