StockMarketEye for iOS v1.3.0 Released

We are proud to announce that a new version of StockMarketEye for iOS is now available on the App Store.

Version 1.3.0 sports the new iOS 7/8 flat look. It works the same as the previous version, but has a different look-and-feel to it. We think you’ll appreciate how it blends in with other iOS 7 applications. We’ve also added support for the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6plus.

This version also improves the news article reading experience. The new version of StockMarketEye for iOS will open articles in Chrome or Safari, rather than using a built-in browser. We recommend installing Chrome (it’s free) as it makes returning to StockMarketEye when you’re done reading much easier.

You can now also choose which tab you’d like to start on. In the old version, you would always start on the Watchlists tab. Now you can choose between the Watchlists, Portfolios or Synchronization tab.

Below is a complete list of changes and fixes in this version of StockMarketEye for iOS v1.3.0.

What’s New In StockMarketEye for iOS v1.3.0


  • Updated look for iOS 7/8.
  • Support for iPhone 6 and 6plus.
  • Improved news reading experience by opening articles in Chrome (recommended) or Safari.
  • Added setting for selecting which tab to start on.
  • Fix for broken passcode protection on iOS 8.
  • Fix for money market fund pricing.
  • Fix crash when there was no previous close price available.
  • Fix for calculation of market value and gain when multiple currencies are involved.
  • Fixed minor issues with on-line sync to desktop app.
  • Fixed a freeze when refreshing portfolio totals.
  • Update to latest Appirater.
  • Note: This version of StockMarketEye for iOS is only available if you are using iOS 7 or later.

If you use StockMarketEye for iOS, please consider giving us a 5-star rating on the App Store. Good ratings help us stand out from the crowd, attract more customers and help support the continued development of StockMarketEye. (If you’re on a Mac or iOS device, you can use this direct link to write a review.)

6 comments on “StockMarketEye for iOS v1.3.0 Released”

  1. Gasport

    Went to iTunes store and got a message saying there was no app called StockMarketEye…..

  2. admin

    Search for “stockmarketeye”. If you’re on an iPhone, you should see it right away. If you are on an iPad, you should switch from “iPad Only” apps (in the top bar of the search screen) to “iPhone Only” apps.

  3. Jeff

    In iOS when booting the app, my quotes will not automatically refresh. All my equities list “N/A”. I have to go one at a time and refresh them. Any idea how to solve this?

  4. admin

    There was a change at Yahoo Finance and it broke the quotes in StockMarketEye for iOS. I’ve corrected for it now and sent an updated version of the iOS app to Apple for review. Once they have reviewed, accepted and release it, the app will start working with the quotes again. Should be available later this week.

  5. George

    This and the windows versions are an excellent product, I’ve been using for years. Any plans for an iPad version with the similar charting as windows version?

  6. admin

    Yes, an enhanced iPad version is on the to-do list, but we’ve got some big things planned for the desktop version first.

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