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Financial Times Pulls iPad, iPhone App

In a bid to protect the information in a streamlined way and protect the interest of investors the Financial Times has pulled its iPhone and iPad app from the App Store. The fine app offered latest trends and news on the financial market space to the users from all corners of the globe. In fact it did carried some of the stock tips for the day for both intraday and delivery modes. The users often leveraged from the professional information for free of cost on their smart phone devices while leveraging from the smart app on the move in a streamlined manner.

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However, to be honest it’s not the users who will be on the losing side but the Financial Times. There is plethora of fine financial apps and hubs that can help investors in channelizing their investments in a better way and are available for free too.

There have been no clear reasons as to why the grossly popular apps such as Financial Times are often withdrawn from the service providers. Perhaps they wish not to disclose the information to mobile users or prefer stopping the free mobile resource all together. The web is going mobile by the day and its tough to imagine such a stand from Financial Times.

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