Mobile and Desktop Trading
Both platforms provide mobile and desktop trading applications. Uphold's mobile app has a 4.6-star rating on the Apple App Store and a 4.7-star rating on Google Play, while Crypto.com's app holds a lower rating of 4.5 stars on the Apple App Store and 4.5 stars on Google Play. Users report that the Crypto.com app is user-friendly and suitable for beginners, but Uphold's app is also appreciated for its simplicity and the "Anything to Anything" feature. Both have robust desktop platforms that allow for more complex trading and charting features.
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
In the crypto.com app, users can buy and sell crypto easily. You can also directly stake or lend your crypto, apply for a crypto.com card, track favourite coins, withdraw to external wallets and more. The app is an all-in-one trading platform that’s user-friendly and suitable for beginners.
The app has a 4.3-star rating from 56,000 reviews on the Apple App Store and a 3.9-star rating from 200,000 reviews on Google Play.
If you’re looking for more advanced tools, you can use crypto.com’s desktop exchange. The exchange offers more charting and order types but the interface can be confusing for beginners. The crypto.com app has everything you need, so you’d only use the Exchange for slightly lower fees or advanced order types.
Advanced Desktop Trade
List of coins
Crypto.com app interface
Crypto.com app interface while trading