iPhone and iPad apps tagged "stock market."
RogueTrader - The first arcade trading game in the App Store
Acespire is delighted to introduce RogueTrader, the first and unique stock market simulation app for iPhone, modelled with colourful arcade-like graphics. It is based on virtual randomly generated stock, which makes it very easy to play: just 'buy' if you think the stock will shoot up or 'sell' if you feel the opposite.
Top of the Morning - Morning Assistant for the iPhone
App Distillery, LLC today proudly announces Top of the Morning, an iPhone app that aims to kickstart your day in the quickest time possible.
Top of the Morning is a minimalist morning assistant.
Chaikin for tradeMONSTER Gives iPhone Owners the Wall Street Advantage
With it's real-time alerts, easy to understand stock research and access to expert market research, Chaikin for tradeMONSTER is a winner on the iPad.
Ticker Quiz Loves Anacott Steel, Gamifies Stock Market
"Blue Horseshoe loves Anacott Steel." For those of you who do not know where this quote comes from, these are the words of Bud Fox in the feature film "Wall Street." The character, played by Charlie Sheen, is someone who lives, breathes and eats all things stock market.
Ticker Quiz Blends Fun With Finance in New Game
eoz games is pleased to announce Ticker Quiz -The Stock Symbol Game, an app for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Ticker Quiz is a terrific way to learn and test knowledge of stock ticker symbols.
MetaTrader 4 Takes Forex Trading Mobile for iOS
Lifestyles of the rich and famous, that's where we all want to be right? Well, maybe not all of us, but I'm going to assume that a few might want to get there and one way to do that is to play the stock markets.
Visual Finance for iPad Helps Users Easily Compare Data
Andromeda Training, a business acumen training company with clients throughout the world, announces the launch of Visual Finance, an iPad app that visually delivers the key components necessary to analyze the financial health of a company.
Interview with Eberhard Schoneburg, CEO of Artificial Life
Artificial Life has a number of titles that are officially endorsed or co-sponsored such as Shooter, the film, BMW Z4 and Red Bull. AppCraver was interested in learning more about AL and its brand relationships, so we corralled Eberhard Schoneburg, CEO, for a chat:.
Virtual Stock Market Lets You Really Play the Stock Market
Virtual Stock Market, from Rahul Saraf and Rajat Gupta differ in a number of ways than similar stock market apps I’ve looked at in recent times. The first is that it's $0.99, which is inexpensive as far as this genre of app goes.
PortfolioLive Helps You Keep Track of Stock Winners and Losers
PortfolioLive, from Turing Studios, is an app that stock market players and would-be stock investors will find is an easy-to-use way to keep track of their gains and, more likely these days, their losses.
Interview with Ken Karakotsios of Trancit
Meet Ken Karakotsios developer of Trancit. He answers our questions about developing applications for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
1. When did you start developing apps for the iPhone?
Ken Karakotsios: Ken Karakotsios: This was a project I worked on in my spare time.
StockRazor Serves Up Investment Info on the iPhone... For a Limted Time
Atlanta-based Ockham Research delivered its StockRazor to the App Store this week. It is the first mobile application to offer equity research ratings. The powerhouse firm with a research catalog of more than 55,000 companies will offer 80 new stock ideas a week to iPhone users.
Apple hits 10MM iPhones - 80% Over Estimates
According to Fortune Magazine, Apple has reached its stated 2007 Macworld goal of selling 10 million iPhones in 2008.
To put things in perspective, Kathryn Huberty of Morgan Stanley expected that Apple would sell only 8.5 million iPhones in 2008, and Scott Craig from Bank of America estimated 8Million.
10 iPhone Apps I can't live without
Inspired by Mike Arrington's post on Web Apps he can't live without, here is my list of iPhone apps that I use on a daily basis. This is not the same list as "best apps", it doesn't for example include games and other apps that I enjoy from time to time.