If you are like me checking the futures charts every day or so, you'll love this little widget that I made for you.
With this widget on your homescreen (*see how do I add a widget to my homescreen below if you don't know), you're just a click away for a quick look at the markets that really interests YOU!
★★★ 4x2 cells minimum (4 horizontal - 2 vertical) required by this widget ★★★
You can choose the following timeframes for your charts:
- 5 minutes charts
- Hourly charts
- Daily charts
- Weekly charts
Indices, Bonds, Currencies, Energy, Metals, Meats, Grains, Softs ... pick the ones you like (double click on the widget to enter your own settings):
Dow Jones, S&P 500, Nasdaq 100, Russell 2000, Nikkei 225
10 Year Bond, 30 Year Bond
USD, EUR, JPY, GBP, CAD, CHF, AUD, NZD
Crude Oil, Natural Gas
Gold, Silver, Copper, etc
★★★ CLICK on the widget => update and go to the next chart ★★★
★★★ DOUBLE CLICK => enter the widget settings ★★★
★★★ The widget does not update itself automatically for the moment (to save your battery life), I may add this option in a future version. You need to click on the widget to update the charts ★★★
You can resize the widget to your taste if you have Android 4.0 and above.
You can add more than one widget on the same or different homescreens. Enjoy!
I hope that you’ll enjoy this little widget and that it will save you time going through your favorite futures list...
Please get back to me with some feedback,
Charts are coming from FINVIZ - Thank you so much Alex.
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★★★ It is still under development, so please rate it accordingly ★★★
v1.06: SHARE+ button
v1.05: PRO version introduced on Google Play!
v1.03: refresh first chart on homescreen (before going to next chart) if the last click on the widget was more than 1 minute ago
v1.02: launcher screen added (w/ a quick help on how to add a widget to the homescreen)
v1.01: Button 'Choose All' and 'Clear All' added in the settings. When you click on the widget it shows 'Loading...' in the header and footer to show that the widget is busy getting the chart on the internet.