TC2000

TC2000


TC2000® desktop software has been selected best stock charting by the readers of Stocks & Commodities Magazine for the last 19 years (including 2011). The TC2000® mobile app requires Gold or Platinum service and access to the desktop software from your PC or Mac. Download at www.TC2000.com.

TC2000 Mobile automatically syncs with your personal WatchLists, EasyScans and chart templates from TC2000 Desktop. It includes built-in WatchLists for stocks, indexes, ETF's, Forex and industry groups.

All sort, scan and chart requests are processed instantly using true real-time data. Charts are incredibly fast with crystal-clear graphics.

Access a huge library of 70+ technical indicators including Worden's proprietary MoneyStream® for uncovering hidden buying & selling pressure in a stock.

Usage Tips: Select WatchList, tap column header to sort, then tap a symbol to open chart. Swipe to browse charts in sorted order. Swiping up /down changes your chart templates. The time-span buttons on bottom of chart make it easy to zoom in and out. Double-click chart to toggle menus on and off.

Recent changes:
- Removed unneeded permissions from app
- Fixed alert messages when starting the application
- New Hydration App Loader to publish new versions
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Free
67
3.4
User ratings
170
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
744 kb
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About TC2000
TC2000® desktop software has been selected best stock charting by the readers of Stocks & Commodities Magazine for the last 19 years (including 2011). The TC2000® mobile app requires Gold or Platinum service and access to the desktop software from your PC or Mac. Download at www.TC2000.com.

TC2000 Mobile automatically syncs with your personal WatchLists, EasyScans and chart templates from TC2000 Desktop. It includes built-in WatchLists for stocks, indexes, ETF's, Forex and industry groups.

All sort, scan and chart requests are processed instantly using true real-time data. Charts are incredibly fast with crystal-clear graphics.

Access a huge library of 70+ technical indicators including Worden's proprietary MoneyStream® for uncovering hidden buying & selling pressure in a stock.

Usage Tips: Select WatchList, tap column header to sort, then tap a symbol to open chart. Swipe to browse charts in sorted order. Swiping up /down changes your chart templates. The time-span buttons on bottom of chart make it easy to zoom in and out. Double-click chart to toggle menus on and off.

Recent changes:
- Removed unneeded permissions from app
- Fixed alert messages when starting the application
- New Hydration App Loader to publish new versions

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Mar 6, 2015
Simply Awful, Error Prone App This app is basically an ongoing beta version. Frequent crashes. Extremely limited functionality; can only view existing watch lists and scans. No way to create new or edit existing. Not pleased the developers are trying to pass this off as the mobile version of TC2000 when clearly, there is still much to be done. IMO, should be taken off the market until the app is completely functional.
A Google User
Feb 17, 2015
Streaming, for Pete's sake! The fact that I can't pull up a watchlist and watch the values change is bad enough. The lack of a button to force an update is the design of a moron or a five year old. The fact that I can't even force an update by going back and forth, or to chart and back, has me looking for some other desktop app that is at least an acceptable alternative, and has an app that is not quite so close to totally useless.
A Google User
Feb 4, 2015
IOS app ported to Android Limited functionality. Doesn't respect the Android navigation standards (back button does unexpected things). Seems to use its own updater, not Google Play. In short, an Android train wreck.
A Google User
Feb 3, 2015
Won't open Nothing but black
A Google User
Jan 25, 2015
No way to type in a stock symbol. Charting is prehistoric.