It seems that the recently announced intention of the British authorities to re-examine their regulatory approach towards binary options has rekindled various promotional efforts by binary options providers in the UK, perhaps because they anticipate that any developments on the regulatory front will result in increased interest by prospective clients, who will be more willing to commit funds in this particular investment vehicle. Therefore, following the announcement by Banc de Binary of a competition to find the best binary options trader in the UK, the British subsidiary of Japanese FX firm Hirose Financial has also turned its attention to attracting more binary options traders by offering mobile access to binary options through the development of an Android app which will be offered in addition to the company’s proprietary binary options platform. The company first started offering binary options trading along its forex offering since April 2014 and having already attracted many traders through its Lion Binary Options platform, it now launches a mobile application for trading binaries on Android devices, which can be downloaded for free from Google Play.
The launch of the mobile platform has a twofold aim; to increase the engagement of existing clients by offering them the opportunity to trade on the go, from anywhere, at anytime, whilst at the same time attracting new clients, since it is combined with a dedicated marketing bonus offering campaign as well as the chance to trade at a very low stake which starts at a mere $1.
The comprehensive mobile trading platform allows the same functions as the web-based version of the Lion Binary Options platform, allowing traders to place trades and close them up to three minutes before expiry, while also offering automatic withdrawals and deposits. The technology loving users of Android devices will definitely appreciate the intuitive and sleek interface of the mobile platform as well as the additional perks of the Japanese technology, used by Hirose UK, thanks to its Japanese parent company.