Admirals (Admiral Markets) app

As more and more traders and investors use their smartphones for trading, it is increasingly important that brokers offer easy-to-use apps that can deliver the same services as desktop platforms.

In this article we'll check whether Admirals (Admiral Markets)'s mobile app ticks all the boxes.

Overall, we rate the user-friendliness of the app as better than average.

Admirals (Admiral Markets) mobile app vs. similar brokers
Admirals (Admiral Markets) Tickmill XM
Mobile app rating (5 is the best) 3.8 stars 3.8 stars 3.8 stars
User-friendliness Great Great Great
2-step authentication Yes No No
Biometric authentication Yes No No

We're going to take a closer look at search functions, price alerts and order types, so all the little details that determine whether a trading app is user-friendly or downright cumbersome. If you want to read our full review, including fees, deposit options and other platforms (like web and desktop) then skip to the Admirals (Admiral Markets) review.

Disclaimer: 81% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

Admirals (Admiral Markets) app - Admirals (Admiral Markets) app

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Our main checklist for the Admirals (Admiral Markets) app

Let's start with the search functions. Although most brokers do OK in this area, there are some bad apples out there. For example, if you start typing 'Emerging markets', will the software find all the Emerging markets ETFs for you, even if their name doesn't start with 'emerging'? If you only ever traded US stocks and start typing 'Apple', will the AI show you the Apple stock or the obscure Irish stock Applegreen?

Admirals (Admiral Markets) got the green light, meaning its search functions are reasonably good.

Admirals (Admiral Markets) checklist
Admirals (Admiral Markets) Tickmill XM
Search functions Great Great Great
2-step authentication Yes No No
Biometric authentication Yes No No
Price alerts in the app No Yes Yes
Confirmation after successful trade Yes No No

You cannot set price alerts in the Admirals (Admiral Markets) app. Yes, you can use a third-party app for this, but wouldn't it be much easier to have it in the broker's own app?

Admirals (Admiral Markets) app - Admirals (Admiral Markets) app search functions

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Checklist for nice-to-have features

For some people it might be a deal-breaker if you can't set up a trailing stop limit - we totally get that. Others couldn't care less and also don't get excited if the app is available in 25 languages. Anyway, here is our checklist of minor, nice-to-have features:

Admirals (Admiral Markets) has these order types available in its app: Market, Limit, Stop.

At Admirals (Admiral Markets) you can use the following order terms & expiry in the app: Good till day, Good 'til canceled (GTC), Good 'til time (GTT).

The Admirals (Admiral Markets) mobile app currently supports the following languages: English.

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Author of this article

Gergely Korpos

Author of this article

Gergely is the co-founder and CPO of BrokerChooser. His aim is to make personal investing crystal clear for everybody. Gergely has 10 years of experience in the financial markets. He concluded thousands of trades as a commodity trader and equity portfolio manager.

Gergely Korpos

Co-founder, CPO

Gergely is the co-founder and CPO of BrokerChooser. His aim is to make personal investing crystal clear for everybody. Gergely has 10 years of experience in the financial markets. He concluded thousands of trades as a commodity trader and equity portfolio manager.

Everything you find on BrokerChooser is based on reliable data and unbiased information. We combine our 10+ years finance experience with readers feedback. Read more about our methodology

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