Every trader wants their charting platform to be on their homescreen, either as a desktop application or mobile app. The truth is that TradingView for binary (or TradingView for Deriv as most people call it) is not available as a desktop application or mobile app.
However, there is a way arround this. You can actually Save Deriv Tradingview on PC and open it easing from there whenever you want to trade, but most people are not aware of that.
This post will provide you with a step-by-step guide on How To Save Deriv Tradingview on PC and on Phone and start using it as an application both on desktop and mobile.
So let’s get started.
How to Save TradingView for Deriv as an App on Mobile
To add “TradingView for Deriv” to your home screen on a mobile device, follow these steps:
Open the web browser on your mobile device and go to the website.
Tap the menu button (usually three dots or a hamburger icon) in the top-right corner of the browser.
Scroll down And Tap on the “Add to Home Screen” option.
A pop-up window will appear, asking you to confirm the name of the shortcut and which home screen you want to add it to. You can edit the name if you want, and then tap the “Add” button.
Tradingview for Binary will be added to your home screen as an icon. You can tap the icon to open the website directly from your home screen, just like any other app.
How To Save Deriv Tradingview on PC
To add TradingView For Binary to your home screen on a desktop computer, follow these steps:
- Open the Tradingview for Binary website in your web browser.
- Tap the menu button (usually three dots or a hamburger icon) in the top-right corner of the browser, then hover on “More Tools” and select “Create shortcut”.
- A window will appear asking you to confirm the name and location of the shortcut. You can edit the name if you like, and then click “Add” or “OK” to create the shortcut.
Once you’ve added the website to your home screen, you can access it just like any other app on your desktop. The website will open in a new window, and you can use it just like you would if you had opened it in your web browser.
I hope this guide was helpful. If you have any questions, you can leave them in the comment section below. I will do my best to attend to them.
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