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Tickmill launches a mobile application


Tickmill, a British broker offering access to the Forex market and other financial instruments, announced the release of a mobile application. It is available free of charge.

The Tickmill mobile app is based on the latest technologies and comes with a user-friendly interface. By using the application, the broker’s clients will be able to easily perform their daily trading operations anywhere without having to start a computer or laptop.

Tickmill ensures that application users will easily deposit and withdraw funds from their accounts and upload documentation by which they will go through the entire account opening process. Among the available functions of the application are also:

  • Full transaction history.
  • Simple and easy log in with fingerprint or face recognition.
  • Live Chat: Full access to the support team in 16 languages.
  • Management and monitoring of legal documentation.
  • FAQ: Comprehensive answers to frequently asked questions.
Author: Izabela Kamionka

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