Spread bets and CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 71% of retail investor accounts lose money when spread betting and/or trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how spread bets and CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

The UK’s best CFD trading app*

Trade CFDs with the UK's best broker and trading platform*, Next Generation, which you can utilise on the go on mobile and tablet devices. Our advanced software has won multiple awards including best mobile app.

Over 11,000 instruments to trade on

Available for Android and iOS devices

No stamp duty to pay**

Responsive layouts and mobile-friendly trading charts

Practise risk-free with £10,000 of virtual funds

Award-winning in-app customer service*

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Start on our CFD trading app

1

Download

Download our app for Android or iOS devices.

2

Fund

Deposit funds easily using bank transfer, PayPal or your credit/debit card.

3

Trade

Trade CFDs on forex, indices, shares, ETFs, share baskets, treasuries and commodities.

How to trade CFDs on-the-go

Contracts for difference (CFDs) are a derivative product that allow you to speculate on short-term price movements of financial assets. Instead of physically buying or selling the underlying share or commodity, for example, you buy or sell a number of units for that instrument, depending on whether you think its value will rise or fall.

At the end of the contract, you will either make a profit or loss from the difference in opening and closing prices, depending on which direction your chosen asset moved in. Watch our video for more information on how CFD trading works.

The UK’s best CFD trading app* is available on:


iPhone

iPhone-optimised charts

Mobile-friendly order ticket

Real-time alerts & notifications

iPad

iPad-optimised charts

Screenshot & share analysis

Real-time alerts & notifications

Android

Mobile-optimised charts

Mobile-friendly order ticket

Real-time alerts & notifications

Why download our CFD trading app?

Narrow spreads and low margin rates

Competitive spreads from 0.7pts on EUR/USD and 1pt on UK 100, and our margin rates start at 3.34% for forex CFDs and 20% for share CFDs.

Range of notification types

Set-up trading alerts via SMS, email or push notification on the app, so you never miss an important market event, price alert or breaking news.

Award-winning customer service*

Our team are on hand to help 24 hours a day, 5 days a week for whenever you're trading. Contact us via email, telephone or live chat.

Full order ticket functionality and execution

We offer mobile-optimised charting and order ticketing, with a lightning-fast execution time of just 0.0045 seconds^.

WINNER2021

Best Spread Betting & CFD Education Tools

ADVFN International Financial Awards

WINNER2020

Best CFD Provider of the Year

Shares Awards

WINNER2019

Best Retail CFD Broker

Finance Magnates London Summit Awards

FAQ

What is the best app for CFD trading?

We have been awarded both Best Mobile/Tablet App and No.1 Web-Based Platform in recent years. Explore our award-winning CFD trading platform​ in more depth.

How long can I hold a CFD for on the mobile app?

You can hold CFD positions using our trading app for as long as you want, given that there are sufficient funds in your account. This will likely incur CFD overnight fees​, however, so it is important to check instrument details before opening a position.

Can I set up trading alerts on my CFD trading app?

Download our CFD trading app for iOS and Android to get started. To set-up trading alerts, go to Settings > Notifications and select your preferred notification method, whether this be email, SMS or push notification. Learn about our different types of trading alert​.

Is CFD trading better than investing?

Trading CFDs and investing both have their separate risks. An advantage of CFD trading is that you can trade on both sides of the market and go long or short, depending on whether you think the market will rise or fall. However, CFDs are most often used for short-term trading, meaning that there is more risk of volatility within the markets and the chance of losing your capital to sudden price movements. Read more on the debate about trading vs investing​.