IntercontinentalExchange (NYSE: ICE), a leading operator of global regulated futures exchanges, clearing houses and over-the-counter (OTC) markets, announced updates to its ICE mobile application. ICE mobile is now available for Android devices and mobile trading for iPhones, iPads and Android mobile devices via the ICE mobile application will launch on Tuesday, July 5. Real-time, view-only market data and charting is now available on Apple, Android and Blackberry devices.
ICE is the first futures and OTC marketplace to offer a fully integrated platform for market data, trading and order management in a mobile application.
"We're pleased to offer market participants a secure and convenient way to trade and manage risk across all of our futures and cleared OTC markets," said ICE SVP and Chief Strategic Officer David Goone. "As markets become more transparent and the regulatory landscape changes, ICE continues to create opportunities for our customers with innovative technology solutions."
Starting July 5 ICE mobile features will include many of the real-time features of WebICE such as:
- Ability to place orders and view, edit, or cancel orders placed from both the WebICE desktop and ICE mobile
- Powerful risk management tools including the ability to control mobile functionality on a per user basis
- Real-time P&L and summary reports of daily open orders and completed trades from both the WebICE desktop and ICE mobile
- Full depth of market price display with implied orders and ticker for completed trades
- Customizable views and market profiles
- Secure order entry and password protection
- Real-time charting including moving averages, candlestick, bar, line and spread charts
- Breaking market news and more
WebICE accountholders may access ICE mobile via a free trial using existing login information. It can be downloaded on iPhone and iPad from the Apple App Store and for Android devices from the Android Market. Real-time, view-only data is currently available for Blackberry devices including the Playbook tablet as well as on the forthcoming HP TouchPad.