Mobile and Desktop Trading
Bitget's desktop platform is primarily geared towards advanced traders, with tools like advanced charting and order book data. Their mobile app, with a 4.4-star rating on the Apple App Store and 4.1 on Google Play, mimics these advanced features, which can be both an advantage for seasoned traders and a challenge for newcomers. Uphold, on the other hand, features an intuitive desktop platform that streamlines trades between various asset classes. Despite its ease of use, its mobile app has received somewhat mixed feedback, holding a 4,6-star rating on the Apple App Store and 4,5 on Google Play, with users often mentioning its occasional clunkiness.
The Bitget platform can be confusing for beginners since there is advanced charting and order book data. Bitget’s mobile app has a 4.4-star rating on the Apple App Store and a 4.6-star rating on Google Play.
Bitget desktop view (trading screen)
Bitget depositing screen
Bitget mobile app main screen
Bitget mobile app (coins)
Uphold’s app has a 3.5-star rating from 5,000 reviews on the Apple App store and a 3.2-star rating from 18,000 reviews on Google Play. Some reviewers have said the app is slow and buggy, with the verification process being particularly slow.
Uphold is easy to use for beginners. There is a quick trade option called “Anything to Anything”. All you need to do is enter the asset you want to trade, the amount, and the asset you wish to swap it for. You can trade crypto to stocks, stocks to metal etc. in just a few clicks.
Uphold desktop app
Uphold mobile app while trading
Uphold main screen app