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Thomson Reuters Eikon arrives for BlackBerry 10

By Bla1ze on 16 Jul 2013 11:31 pm EDT
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Although the original announcement happened at BlackBerry Live 2013, it was only a matter of time before the Thomson Reuters Eikon app for BlackBerry 10 arrived. That time is now, as the app has gone live in BlackBerry World and is readily available for download on all current BlackBerry 10 devices including the BlackBerry Z10, BlackBerry Q10 and BlackBerry Q5.

In an industry where seconds and milliseconds matter, Thomson Reuters Eikon Mobile ensures you have instant access to the breaking news and financial content you need to seize new opportunities first. No matter where you are when they occur.

Previously only available on iOS, Thomson Reuters Eikon is a native and free app to download but in order to access the content, you do need to sign up for the services through their financial professional site.

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Thomson Reuters Eikon arrives for BlackBerry 10

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Can't see it for Hong Kong. Not sure why it would be available in malaysia but not Hong Kong! Grr

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Unless you have a paid corporate account, this app of no used. Still waiting for Bloomberg mobile app.

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GREAT to hear that Reuters is supporting BB10 !

Now, if only we can have some industry-specific professional apps, such as:

~Swiss Forex (by Dukascopy Bank SA) ==> Foreign Exchange program (not converter)

~Citi Foreign Exchange Rates

The links BlackBerry World never works for me. I'm in the uk on Vodafone... :s Brilliant app though! :)

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Ok once again... how does it work? do I have to pay for an account? How can I login? thx

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Eikon is a professional level analytical tool that compliments the Reuters desktop application.

It's primarily used on trading desks globally which means its expensive. I have the energy portal w/ the Eikon app for $450/month.

This isn't an App for most users, I'd say less than 1% of users would be using this vis-a-vis Bloomberg.

I wish the crooks like Kevin & Blaze would do a better job of outlining what apps are/do instead of splashing it across the main page.

I guess reading is not one of your strong suits.

This is right from the write up :

"Previously only available on iOS, Thomson Reuters Eikon is a native and free app to download but in order to access the content, you do need to sign up for the services through their financial professional site."

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Reading & writing are strong suits, however every comment here is how do I sign up, how long does it take. Obviously the OP didn't provide enough colour to avoid this confusion...

Clown

This is a paid service app like the Z10 Bloomberg app. Both Reuters and Bloomberg have free news apps on Android, supported with advertising of course. Would also like to see the FT app on BlackBerry.

For now I just use the websites of these 3 which is okay.

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Nice. As a financial professional this is one I've been waiting for. Now if I could just remember my log in.. lol

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In the US. Says requested info not found when I click the link and the app world opens.

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