Four apps to monitor Bitcoin, cryptocurrency prices
The trickiest skill when trading and investing te cryptocurrencies is keeping track of their violent price fluctuations. Bitcoin is a superb example of this, rising to beyond US$13 000 early January, only to waterreservoir below the US$Ten 000 mark on Wednesday evening.
But how can you keep up to speed with the ever-changing world of digital currencies? Ordinary. Use an app.
Android and iOS users have a choice inbetween a bevy of apps designed to list some of the popular cryptocurrencies around the world. Wij list four notable examples.
CrypTick is a newcomer to the Android app space, but that doesn’t mean it lacks grind.
If anything, it’s the simplest, lightest and cleanest app on the list, pulling gegevens from six coin exchanges from across the internet. It then lists fluctuations on a 24-hour graph.
Users can also search for a number of cryptocurrencies, from Bitcoin to Ripple. And if there’s a coin you’d like to keep an eye on, CrypTick lets users speld it to the app’s huis pagina.
More interestingly however, the developer permits users to switch off ads entirely without paying a toverfee.
Coinbase (Android and iOS)
Coinbase isn’t just a cryptocurrency ticker. It’s also one of the world’s more popular cryptocurrency wallets.
While it does list market price fluctuations, it also permits users to purchase, store and spend Bitcoin all from the app.
But for those simply looking to get into cryptocurrency trading, Coinbase also has an voorzichtig feature, which notifies users when Bitcoin’s price dips or rises above a certain threshold.
Its lengthy list of 15 permissions required on Android may however waterput off staunch privacy advocates.
If your ideal death involves drowning te data-heavy graphs, Drakdoo is your app.
The app itself is practically one big chart, and is most likely best suited to large Android tablets. Nevertheless, the developer has noted that the app is designed for mobile phones very first.
It also boasts a number of oft-seen features: including notifications, the capability to monitor a number of currencies and exchanges at once, and various time framework scales.
But its unique selling point is its “intelligent alerts” system.
“Do you want to be notified when the current trend has a higher-than-normal probability of switching directions? Simply set up Parabolic SAR waaks. Or, get notified via a Stochastic RSI waakzaam when the market becomes overbought or oversold,” the developer writes.
Nifty, but thesis will cost a petite penny to unlock. A shame indeed, but potentially worth it if you’re ter cryptocurrency for the long haul.
Investing.com Crypto News (Android and iOS)
Lightly the app on this list with the clumsiest name, Investing’s cryptocurrency app borrows a fine overeenkomst from its other financial app’s UI. This makes it lightly navigable, with a much appreciated dark mode to please AMOLED or night-time users.
The app offers real-time updates for cryptocurrency prices, total market cap numbers, and percentage switch figures that can scale inbetween a week and a day.
There’s also a news section that lists articles from a number of different sources, te addition to an oplettend and notification system.
Some users have noted that the Android app is buggy, and it does have in-app purchases, but nonetheless has an overall rating of Four.7 on Google Play. Gratefully, there’s an iOS version too.