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Why do IG support a Mac App on the iphone? Anyway I am going to try with Parallels and See what happens. Apple are a fantastic product and successful, They should be supported. The new Macs should be powerful enough to run them

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Hi all - MT4 is a third party software not owned or run by IG. The limitation doesn't come on IG's side, but rather from the third party provider. They do not support Mac OS yet, but they do offer a mobile iOS offering for iPad and iPhone. As soon as MetaQuotes Software Corp (the company which owns MT4) offers the Mac option, we will look into offering it. 

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Guest TimP



Welcome to the IG community! The MT4 installer is not designed for use on a Mac. With that said there are other ways of getting MT4 on a Mac, such as installing a Windows emulator, however we would not be able to directly recommend that as it would be giving advice on a 3rd party platform being installed with a 3rd party tool. 


An article written by the developers of MT4 does highlight a solution using a the method outlined and they too do note that this method may be unstable and some functions of the MT4 terminal may not work. 




I do hope this helps and I will speak with the team that manage our MT4 offering about looking into a Mac friendly installer for our MT4. 


Hope that helps!

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