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TrackMyShares – Equity tracker application
Trackmyshares is an equity portfolio tracker developed by xda member troyantonio. The application is optimized for the HTC HD2 but should work on most devices. It works in portrait and landscape views.
Originally posted by troyantonio
- Input an unlimited number of equities to your portfolio
- Keep up to date with the latest prices on-the-go
- Get instant portfolio valuations
- Friendly user interface and optimized screen layout
- 15 minute Delayed Prices
Possible future developments include multiple portfolios and improved search capabilities (currently searches on precise ticker codes). Trackmyshares requires an active data connection and .NET CF 3.5
To download a trial version or to contact the developer, visit the application thread.
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