Bolero Android Phone App icapps

Bolero and icapps have successfully partnered up for a couple of projects in the past. As a result of this cooperation, we were chosen to develop Bolero's new Android phone app. Today, Bolero launched this new app which is available for download in Google’s Play store.

UX of the Bolero Mobile app

The User Experience of the online trading platform was already excellent, even on mobile devices. To enable the end user to make meaningful trades in an even more user-friendly way, Bolero decided to have a native Android phone app developed. The icapps team took on the challenge and we are proud of the product that has been launched today.

Thanks to the new Bolero app, you can easily track the changes in your portfolio, view real time stock ratings, and examine detailed information of shares, bonds, turbo’s, trackers… Interactive graphs show the division and evolution of your personal portfolio.

Faster trading

Trades can now be made faster and with more ease, enabling the customer to instantly react to important changes in the market. The interactive heat map shows the important evolutions at a glance. The app lets you analyse shares through graphs, recent news and analyst ratings. Not sure yet about a certain security? Simply set up an alert that will inform you of the changes of that specific security. In addition, personal watchlists will make it easy to organise your own favourite shares.

Partnership Bolero and icapps

The icapps team had a great time developing the app, a challenge they took on with a lot of enthusiasm and commitment. The cooperation with Bolero was impeccable. We would like to thank everyone who made the Android phone app to what it is today. We are also proud to announce that we are partnering with Bolero for the development of a tablet version of the Android app. The tablet version will be available fall 2016.

Bolero clients can now download the Android phone app for free. Not a client yet? Quickly open your free Bolero account at


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