The app's are not the webterminal.
The webterminal runs in a browser window.
I am unaware that iPhone will open the app when you try to visit the web terminal.
I have never seen that happen before.
This article is about the Webterminal that runs in the browser not about the app.
Yes i understand all that, hence my original question regarding Native apps.
Regarding your comment:
'This article is about the Webterminal that runs in the browser not about the app.'
I'm refferring to the article: https://www.mql5.com/en/welcome/en-build-affiliate-program-and-attract-new-traders
keep scrolling down to the bottom of the article, to:
That section is not about the web terminal, it's about native apps, and that's what i'm asking about.
And per my original question, if this isn't the right place to ask questions about the native app integration, where do i go?
Is this MT5 only or does it work with both?
1. There is only one app on the mobile device, but there can be several accounts inside. Brokers can be removed and added to the app's accounts pool.
2. Yes its possible to switch between accounts.
3. Its just a matter of selecting the wanted account in the app.
Im not sure if it has changed in the meantime because i have not been using the app lately.
There are no a few registered that Web Trader brokerage servers such as: IronFXBM-Real3, SuperForex-Real, FxOpen, Adamant..., how do I register or what can be done to register these servers?
Full screen view with this code is not working;
<iframe src="https://trade.mql5.com/trade?demo_all_servers=1&startup_mode=open_demo&lang=ru&save_password=off" allowfullscreen="allowfullscreen" style="width: 100%; height: 100%; border: none;"></iframe>
do you have a screenshot whats wrong with it
How come it shows like this on my site? can someone help me?
You should enlarge in height the window, the web terminal is embeded into.