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Hey guys, I'm currently on the demo version getting a feel for how everything works,

my question is do I need to download a platform like mt4/5 or L2 or could I just use Ig directly if I'm only using a desktop?

thanks in advance. Dan

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2 hours ago, Guest Dan said:

Hey guys, I'm currently on the demo version getting a feel for how everything works,

my question is do I need to download a platform like mt4/5 or L2 or could I just use Ig directly if I'm only using a desktop?

thanks in advance. Dan

Hi Dan,

IG do offer the integration of L2, MT4 and ProRealTime.

We also have our own trading platform which is the one you are using as a Demo. The Live Platform will be similar as the demo account.

You can just logging and use the IG platform to trade on a desktop, tablet or mobile devices.

I hope that it helps !

All the best - Arvin
 

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