Much of the content and features on the Slope of Hope are available in mobile form for both iOS and Android users, and the app is absolutely FREE. Plus the people who have downloaded and used it seem to think it’s terrific:
Many of Slope’s most important features are available in the app in a mobile-friendly format. For example, using the home page, you can swipe through various categories to read posts.
At the bottom of the app are the four buttons. There is the default page Posts (which has access to all of Slope’s blog entries and comments), Charts (for mobile-friendly SlopeCharts and a wide variety of other tools optimized for mobile devices, including special tools for premium members), Favorites (blog posts you have marked as personal favorites), and Settings (various adjustments for your version of the app).
And, because it is the most popular portion of the entire website, the comments section is always at your fingertips. On any post, just click the icon in the upper-right corner to get to the comments for that particular entry.
The Tools section includes a variety of analytical objects such as the market meter…….
………and, of course, SlopeCharts, which works on phones and tablets in both portrait and landscape modes. It will make the best use of the space available. Here is a chart on an iPhone screen in landscape mode:
The app, once again, is free of charge, and once you log in to the app with your username and password, it will provide you the same access to your watch lists and all your settings that are already established on the regular website. (If you don’t have an account yet, no problem; you can set one up instantly inside the app).