Whether you go to Wall St, the Chicago Merc or any online commodities forum, commodities traders will all tell you the same thing: the apps designed to track them are poorly designed, hard to use and don’t offer nearly enough features.
Now available for iOS, Materials is a new commodities app set out to reimagine commodity tracking from the ground up. Materials is purposefully designed to make commodity tracking more intuitive, efficient and aesthetically pleasing than any other commodities app available.
“I have always enjoyed tracking commodities, to the point where it became more of a passion than a hobby,” said Chris Loar, founder and CEO of D&T Group, the company that developed the Materials app. “I wanted a commodity tracker that was three things: simple, beautiful and most importantly, smart. The ability to set custom alerts on a specific commodity makes tracking this information simple and smart, and the interface makes it the best looking commodities app period.”
Materials gives commodity trackers a host of features no other commodities app offers. Users of Materials are able to tailor their experience by creating custom price alerts based on opening price, closing price as well as intra-day price fluctuations.
In addition to virtually instant price information, Materials also delivers the latest commodity specific news, updates and more to the palm of your hand. More than that, Materials is the only commodities app that offers the ability to receive instant push notifications—ensuring you’re the first to know about important commodity price changes and alerts. Materials also includes an Apple Watch app, making it easier to see snapshots of current day prices and other relevant information.
Materials requires no email, phone number, signup or subscription of any kind. Simply download the app from the App Store get started for instant and easy access to the entire commodities market. Materials is a one-stop commodities tracking app, making it possible for commodity traders and enthusiasts to, as Loar says, “Put commodities at your command.”