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E*Trade rolls out Android app, gears up for big push in mobile

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E*Trade rolls out Android app, gears up for big push in mobile

E*Trade announced the launch of a mobile application — the E*Trade Mobile Pro for Android.

E*Trade account holders can

  • View real-time streaming stock and options quotes
  • Access real-time news and information
  • Trade stocks during regular market and extended hours sessions
  • View orders, alerts, news, charts, watchlists, and portfolios
  • View a “Complete View” of all E*TRADE brokerage and bank accounts

This app launch for Android rounds out E*Trade’s mobile applications which include products for iPhone and Blackberry.  As of November 2010, customers have moved close to $1billion dollars via E*TRADE Mobile Pro since its launch.Like E*Trade, the brokers seem to be focused on continuing to push out offerings for mobile.

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