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Hi,

I recently opened a demo account with IG and although I prefer to use the web platform, I wanted to check the prices and my open demo trades on my android phone and downloaded the IG Trading Android App from the Playstore. However, when I enter my login and password, the application stops working. Doesn't login or anything, it just quits. Is there a better version to download from here?

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That's the one I'm using, I uninstalled mine and installed again using the link from the site. Still, everytime I try to login using my IG username/password, it crashes/shuts off. 

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...is it possible to have the older verion trading app back its way better ...is there a link ...somewhere ?

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On 07/11/2019 at 22:51, kozseb said:

WTF?

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@kozseb, If you're still having issues please contact the help desk. Apologies for the inconvenience. - Sorry I can't help more with this on the Community. 

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