The internet has made investing easier than ever, and now we can all do pretty much anything from our phones.
Here are the best 3 android apps for investing in 2021.
If you want to know more about each of these investing apps, we’ve included a link to each app’s full review.
And we’ve even added in a fourth bonus recommendation for you at the end 😀
Cash App is one of those simple-looking but extremely useful apps that come around every once in a while.
You can trade stocks and bitcoin, transfer money or bitcoin to people, or even open a bank account.
This is one of the few apps that allows you to easily transfer Bitcoin, so it really stands out, especially since you can do it all easily from your phone.
If you sign up and send $5 to someone, both of us receive $5 from Cash App.
If you’re looking for a really hands-off but fun way to invest, M1 Finance is definitely a good choice.
Investors create “pies” that split their investments up among whichever stocks the person selects.
Or you can copy other people’s pies so you don’t have to pick them yourself, if you want.
M1 Finance is also currently running a really insane promotion right now where you and the person who referred you will each receive $50 if you join and deposit $100.
That’s one of the best referral deals in the fintech industry.
That promotion is going to end soon, and then their bonus will get lowered, but hey… at least you know now.
It seems like a lot of people either really love Robinhood or really hate it.
Personally, I think it’s a pretty good app, and it’s one of my favorites to use.
It’s simple enough to be intuitive, but has enough power to let me do anything I really need to do to invest.
Robinhood also supports a wider selection of cryptocurrencies than most investing apps.
You can trade Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Dogecoin, as well as a few others, which is really convenient if you want to have your stocks and crypto in the same place.
Runner Up: Public
Public isn’t the best investing app on the planet or extremely special in any particular way, but their service is pretty fun, for an investing app, and they deserve a mention for going against the Payment For Order Flow business model.
Their app tries to make investing more of a social thing, which is kind of neat and fun, but overall the app isn’t very powerful so they have a way to go still.
Pay attention to them though, because their app definitely has potential.
All of these investing apps work wonderfully on android phones and it feels amazing being able to manage all of your investing from the palm of your hand.