Angel One App is a free mobile trading app available to its customers. If you are an Angel One customer, you could download the app on your smartphone from Google Play Store or Apple iTunes store. Once you install, you're ready to trade and invest in the Indian Stock Market.
Angel One App also provides a convenient technology platform for investors to trade and invest in Angel stocks and shares.The app allows you to:
Instant buy or sell: You can buy or sell a company stock instantly. You do not need to login or register with the app, you just need to select the share and press the trade button.
Real-time Quotes: The app provides real-time quotes and stock trading reports.
Stock Market Research: The app allows you to access real-time stock market reports, allowing you to track trading and invest in the stocks you are interested in.
Market Watch: This feature allows you to access the all information about a stock market, and to trade in the stocks that you are interested in.
Automatic Alert: This feature enables you to receive an automatic alert when a stock you are interested in has a price change.
Portfolio: This feature allows you to track the stocks you are interested in and to invest in them.
Token Pay: This feature allows you to trade in a company's share on Angel One App for free. The more popular the company's share is, the more you will earn.
Angel One Token: This feature allows you to buy and sell shares in a company on Angel One App with free tokens. Tokens are used to invest in a company's share.
Angel Token: This feature enables you to buy and sell Angel One tokens on Angel One App. Tokens are used to invest in a company's share.
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