A news release said the Android app also shares the major features of other Morningstar.com mobile applications, including investing ideas, company information and tickers, a quick search function, and the ability to view Morningstar’s ratings for stocks and funds.
Users can also view performance charts for stocks, funds, exchange-traded funds and indexes; access the Morningstar Market Barometerand data on each of the Morningstar fund categories; and track securities from global markets with listings of gainers, losers and most active.
Additionally, the news release said, users may sync to, create, and edit their Morningstar.com portfolios and watch lists and research both U.S. and Canadian securities and Asian and European indexes. Morningstar.com Premium subscribers can access Morningstar’s independent analyst research reports through a subscriber log-in portal.
Morningstar said it expects to release an Apple iPad application during the first half of 2011.
More information is at http://mobileapps.morningstar.com/mobile2/android.aspx.
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