10 best stock market apps for Android

10 best stock market apps for Android


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The stock market is a big place and it produces a lot of information every day. There are entire industries for tracking and analyzing the results of the stock market. Believe it or not, there are actually quite a few mobile apps out there for this sort of thing. Some of them allow you to manage your portfolio. Others provide news and analysis on market trends and stuff like that. Some do a combination of the two. Even cryptocurrency is making its way into the stock market, although that’s its own thing. Either way, we have a bunch of apps that should help a bit. Here are the best stock market apps for Android!

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JStock

Price: Free / $ 3.99 per month

JStock is a huge stock market app with a ton of information. This one supports 28 global stock markets, 10 years of chart history and even more features for the US stock market. In addition, you can manage your portfolio and your dividends. It even comes with a widget. This can be a bit too much for weekend traders or newbies. However, we couldn’t find many other stock apps with as much information as this one. The user interface is a bit old, but it’s perfectly functional. The free version has all the features with ads. You can remove the ads for $ 3.99 per month if you want.


Inoreader

Price: Free / $ 6.99 per month

Inoreader isn’t really a stock market app, but it can be if you configure it correctly. It’s an RSS reader that lets you create a feed from any news source you want or trust. It’s a great way to follow all the major financial and stock blogs. Much of the opinion is madness, but it can still affect what happens in the stock market, so you should know when it is happening. Many applications, like Yahoo Finance, Investing.com, etc. have a feed, but these apps usually don’t catch everything posted on a given website. Inoreader generally does this, so it’s a bit more comprehensive newsfeed than most.

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Investing.com

Price: Free / $ 1.99 per month / $ 19.99 per year

Investing.com is a great source for stock market information, news, and prices. It has more than 100,000 institutions in 70 global markets. This makes it one of the biggest stock market apps of its kind. The news comes either from Investing itself or from Reuters. Additionally, you can manage your wallet, view cryptocurrency prices, and do other things. The user interface is a bit simple for the amount of information it has. It is also a solid option. The free version comes with ads. You must also create an account to benefit from certain features. The premium version removes the ads and it’s honestly not that expensive.

Investing.com is one of the best investing apps for Android


MSN Money

Price: Release

MSN Money is a perfectly usable application for stock market aficionados. It’s basically a huge news aggregation service for a variety of other sites. They have articles from Reuters, Bloomberg, CNBC, Forbes, Market Watch, and many other publications. In addition, it has a multitude of tools, calculators and information for traders. It even works with cryptocurrency and commodity prices like oil or gold. The application is completely free without subscription. There are, however, a few advertisements. This one is an easy yes on our part, even though the UI is a bit rough around the edges.

MSN Money is one of the best stock market apps for Android


My equity portfolio

Price: Free / $ 15.99

My Stock Portfolio is a simple yet powerful stock trading app. This allows you to create and manage portfolios, view stock prices and get real-time stock quotes. It also features a news section with articles from sites like Yahoo Finance and other major financial publications, as well as support for home screen widgets. There’s not much wrong with this one, honestly. It works and does what the app description says. This one is a bit pricey at $ 15.99 for the premium version. However, this is a one-time payment and will save you money on subscription options over time.

Screenshot of my 2020 equity portfolio


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StockTwits

Price: Release

StockTwits is one of the newer stock market apps, comparatively. This one has a lot of information and the design chops to match. In addition to its very competent material design, the app includes a results reporting schedule, real-time feed of stock prices, direct integration with Robinhood (if you use this service), cryptocurrency information and even curated lists of potential investment opportunities. There is also a chat in case you want to discuss it with other investors. This is another one with basically nothing wrong with it. It is also completely free to use.

StockTwits is one of the best stock apps for Android


Webull and Robinhood

Price: Free / Varies

Webull and Robinhood are two great options for newbies in the stock market. Robinhood in particular takes a lot of the complexity out of it so you can just trade the way you want to. Webull is a bit closer to the actual stock market experience, but it’s still one of the more user-friendly options. These platforms work, contain news, and have smart user interfaces that require a great deal of trading effort. Some consider apps like these, but if you take a look at a traditional stock brokerage app, you will see why they are preferred by newbies. Webull is linked to the button and Robinhood is linked here.

Webull 2021 screenshot

Credit: Joe Hindy / Android Authority


Yahoo finance

Price: Free / $ 24.99 per month / $ 349.99 per year

Yahoo Finance is quite a powerful application for stock market affairs. It covers three major use cases. You can consult and follow the different prices of the stocks in your portfolio. The app also has a bunch of business and financial news for you to read. The app also lets you track currencies, commodities, and all kinds of other information. Finally, you can log in with your brokerage account to keep track of everything in one place. It’s a popular option for people with traditional brokerage houses where official apps are cluttered and clunky. Yahoo Finance is clean, has tons of information, and is faster to verify than your Fidelity app. There is an optional subscription with more features, but the free version works well for the vast majority of people.

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Financial Blogs

Price: Release

There are a variety of blogs and news sites that cover the ins and outs of the financial world. You are familiar with many of these sites. They include Bloomberg, MarketWatch (linked), CNBC, The Wall Street Journal, and many more. Most of these sites have their own individual applications. They all have different characteristics, but most of them focus on the things that happen in the world of finance, stocks, and business. You can choose the site or sites that you trust the most. However, in general we would recommend something like MSN Money or Feedly because they bundle most of these sites into one feed. Nonetheless, those who like a specific site more than others may want to try its specific app.

MarketWatch is one of the best stock market apps for Android


Traditional brokerage applications

Price: Free / Varies

Traditional brokers are starting to get pretty good in the mobile app space. Fidelity, Ameritrade, E * Trade, and even long-term investment style brokers like Vanguard and M1 Finance all exist in the Play Store. These big hitters typically have less hiccups than newbie brokers (Robinhood and Webull) and also add a ton of extra features like support for an IRA account. The only complaint we have is how clunky a lot of these apps can be. While Webull and Robinhood have mastered the mobile user interface, traditional brokerage apps have a very long way to go in this area. Yet, they are functional and you can still do things like trade and do research. We just wish they were a little more user-friendly. You can find E * Trade linked to the button and the rest are available in the Play Store.

Etrade 2021 screenshot

Credit: Joe Hindy / Android Authority


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