I’m pretty sure the Android version has always had this? Click on a stock in your portfolio, scroll down and you’ll see Recent Activity. It also works for stocks that you’ve sold and now longer hold in your portfolio. My only gripe is that you can only see the top 5 most recent activities, so for ETFs you regularly invest in, you can’t see everything easily.
Thanks @flipcooke but I wasn’t referring to dark mode.
On iOS version of the app you have the option to “See all” purchases of an individual stock you hold (under recent activity)
However on the android version you can only see the last 5… this means you have to troll through the activity tab where every interaction is shown from cancelled buys, dividends, statements and more.
Free trade has also just launched fractional which will make this task even more laborious.
I raised this in the app and @ElisaE has been very helpful in the past that now i feel slightly uncomfortable asking her for an update. I was wondering if @Viktor had an update as he said he would get back to me previously
It would be good if Freetrade listed out the abilities on the IOS version of the app, and on the Android version of the app - we could see then whats possible on each, and standardisation between them could be on the roadmap. i.e. from the screenshots in the conversation chain its possible to see IOS has explanations of what types of stock are (ETF explanation) Android doesnt do that.
Neither app should “trail” the other right now. Sometimes we add features to iOS first, and other times to Android. It is possible that we don’t continue with a feature in which case one of the clients may look like it’s “ahead” but this isn’t by design. If there are important differences, like the recent activity item raised above, then we try to address them over time through continually improving each platform. For example, we’re looking at the order flow experience end to end right now which will be consistent across devices.