Given the high volatility of cryptocurrency prices, many traders like to keep their fingers on the pulse of the market. It is important to take advantage of good prices or do quick damage control, according to the market. And there is no better tool to monitor this than with a good Bitcoin app. Below, we have provided a brief overview of several of the more popular crypto price alert apps that are used by the crypto community.
The Delta Investment Tracker app is useful for setting alerts for price changes in Bitcoin (BTC), altcoins, NFTs, ETFs and stocks. However, it usually takes a while for newer cryptocurrencies to be added. It supports over 300 cryptocurrency exchange platforms and its paid service, Delta Direct, builds a connection between companies and investors. It has been downloaded over 3 million times and has a rating of 4.5 on Google Play and 4.7 on the Apple store.
TabTrader is specifically designed as a cryptocurrency trading and analysis tool. It allows the user to connect with over 30 cryptocurrency exchange platforms, select various crypto pairings to monitor and to analyze their portfolio from a single interface. It also allows you to set up the trading rates of a cryptocurrency from multiple exchanges on a single screen. It has around 400,000 users, as well as a rating of 4.6 on Google Play and a rating of 4.7 on the Apple Store.
CoinMarket Cap: Crypto Tracker is CoinMarketCap’s own portfolio tracking app. It allows you to track and trade over 11,000 recognized cryptocurrencies, but only according to their Ethereum (ETH), BTC or one of 90 FIAT currency values. Its CryptoCompare function allows you to evaluate the price, market cap, and performance of any cryptocurrencies by use of charts. In order to monitor your portfolio, you will need to perform manual entry, as no connection to your wallet is required. It has over 5 million mobile users, as well as a rating of 4.6 on Google Play and a rating of 4.8 on the Apple Store.
CoinGecko is a portfolio tracker for cryptocurrencies and DeFi[JC1] tokens that allows the user to input data from over 13,000 coins, as well as to set up price alerts and widgets for their coins. However, in order to do so, they will need to perform manual entry, as no connection to your e-wallet is required. It has over 1 million mobile users, as well as a rating of 4.7 on Google Play and a rating of 4.8 on the Apple Store.
FTX Signal is the rebranded Blockfolio’s mobile service that is used by over 6 million users. It is primarily designed for cryptocurrency trading, and so provides them with direct updates on any of the coins that they are following. It has a rating of 3.9 on Google Play and a rating of 4.8 on the Apple Store.
CoinStats allows the user to manage their cryptocurrency and DeFi portfolios from the app. However, in order to do so, the user will need to connect CoinStats to the various platforms, as the app automatically inputs data on behalf of the user. The user can also add their wallets for viewing, but this is inadvisable as bridges are the most frequent method that hackers find to exploit. There is also a DEX wallet and Swap options, as well as the option to set price alerts. It has over 1.2 million users, as well as a rating of 4.6 on Google Play and a rating of 4.8 on the Apple Store.
TradingView is mainly intended as a tool for generating cryptocurrency charts, as well as for tracking other investment assets such as stocks, foreign exchange, commodities, and so on. This includes useful indicators like a moving average indicator for price and other useful indicators. It also allows the user to set price change alerts, but they will need a premium account to set multiple alerts. It has over 30 million users with a 4.9 rating on Apple Store and a 4.7 rating on GooglePlay.