Why is the Android app not exactly like the iOS app?
My friends with iPhones get a way more functional UI that is seemingly less buggy and more streamlined. I've selected 2 of these discrepancies that I think are crucial to be added to the Android app.
In the iOS app, if you have a position in a security, when you click on the ticker, you will be shown some simple stats like how many shares you own, day's gain, total gain, day change %, total change %, average cost, and market value of the position. Android has none of that.
In the iOS app, you can pinch 2 fingers together between 2 points on a chart to see the % change between those 2 points. Android doesn't have this, which is incredibly frustrating sometimes as I have to switch apps and go to google finance.
These are 2 incredibly useful features that would make you the indisputable best finance/portfolio management app on both major mobile OS's. Without it, the app feels a little clunky, and most importantly it is not a one-stop shop currently. Please fix this.
P.S. I appreciate the recent improvement in the Android app for how the pre/post market stock prices are displayed. Great job on that.
Artem Russakovskii commented
Hooray, pinch support is now working for me on Android! I've been waiting for it for years. Thank you, Yahoo Finance team.