E*Trade (ETFC) announced today the launch of E*Trade Mobile for Windows Phone - providing on-the-go access to customers' accounts, real-time quotes and market news, and the ability to trade stocks on Windows Phone devices, such as the popular Nokia Lumia 900.
"As E*TRADE Mobile evolves, we remain committed to making investing on-the-go simple," said Michael Curcio, President, E*TRADE Securities. "By extending E*TRADE Mobile to Windows Phone, we expand our suite of mobile platform access and enable more of our customers to stay in touch with the markets."
Available to customers at no cost via Windows Marketplace, E*TRADE Mobile for Windows Phone features many of the same interface, security, trading, and cash management features available at etrade.com, allowing users to:
- Trade stocks and ETFs
- Spot opportunities and react quickly with real-time streaming stock quotes
- View orders, alerts, integrated charts, and breaking news
- Manage accounts easily with 24/7 "Complete View" access to all E*TRADE brokerage and bank accounts
- Make secure transactions backed by the E*TRADE Complete Protection Guarantee(1)
"We are excited to bring E*TRADE Mobile investing and trading capabilities to Windows Phone through the collective efforts of E*TRADE, Nokia and Microsoft," said Mark Fletcher, Director, Global Partnering & Application Development, Nokia.
According to Todd Brix, Senior Director, Windows Phone Apps Team, Microsoft Corporation, "E*TRADE Mobile customers seeking to stay in touch with their accounts and the markets will benefit from the ease-of-use and convenience of the Windows Phone platform."
1) E*TRADE Securities LLC or E*TRADE Bank will cover any loss that results from the unauthorized use of our brokerage, banking or lending services. E*TRADE Securities will restore to your account cash and/or shares of securities equal to the amount of cash and/or shares of securities in your account at the time of any unauthorized activity. "Loss" does not include any tax consequences. Any unauthorized trades will be reversed and positions will be reinstated.