How much money do you have? To track your funds’ performance on top of multiple websites might be a pain in the neck unless you use crypto portfolio trackers.

The basic principle behind any tool of this kind is that it pulls data from all the trading platforms you’re signed up to and gives you the long-range view of your situation. Basically, this kind of service presents you with your psychological profile in the contest of crypto trading and helps you regroup if needed.

So, which features are important to have in a crypto portfolio tracker? Let’s explore the services that have gathered the maximum number of reviews in the App Store and Play Store. 

 Blockfolio

blockfolio

Pros:

With almost 25K user ratings, the app has earned 4.8 out of 5 stars at the App Store and generated 5 stars out of 108K ratings at the Play Store.

  • view your portfolio in 100+ fiat currencies,
  • choose from 8,000 crypto coins,
  • track the personal graph of your investment history based on your portfolio. 

Cons:

Sometimes users say that the data and prices of the coins can differ from the actual exchange rates offered on cryptocurrency exchanges.

  • you will have to spend some time flicking through the pages and adjusting some settings, for example, when changing the base currency,
  • no web version.

The portfolio tracker is free and supports 300 exchanges including: Coinbase Pro, Binance, Kraken, Bittrex, CryptoGo, Cryptopia, KuCoin, Poloniex, Bitstamp, GXChain, HitBTC, Bitfinex, Paxful, EtherDelta, BitMEX, YoBit, Bithumb, Coinmama, Huobi.

 CoinStats

 

coinstats
Pros:

With almost 40.4K user ratings, the app has earned 4.7 out of 5 stars at the App Store and generated 4.6 stars out of 4.5K ratings at the Play Store:

  • choose from 8,000 crypto coins,
  • set up your portfolio in CoinStats either by manually adding your buy/sell transactions or syncing your exchange or wallets for a live view, 
  • set up multiple portfolios easily.

Cons:

In general, the app has got positive reviews, but sometimes users face bugs:

  • the app doesn’t sync Bitcoin (BTC) with the Ledger Hardware Wallet,
  • no web version for portfolio.

The tracking software costs $4.99 monthly and $39.99 yearly and supports 400 crypto exchanges.

delta

Delta

Pros:

With 7K user ratings, the portfolio tracking app has earned 4.8 out of 5 stars at the App Store and generated 4.2 stars out of 16K ratings at the Play Store.

  • get access to a clear overview of your total crypto portfolio balance, 
  • asses the situation based on total profit/loss visuals, 
  • view your holdings in any fiat,
  • choose from 5,000 crypto coins
  • track the health of your investment strategy with a personal cryptocurrency portfolio graph. 

Cons:

The latest update slightly affected the mood, and users complain about a few issues from time to time: 

    • double-check prices, they might be wrong, 
    • beware of glitchy charts, 
    • be prepared for bad quality when showing a low timeframe,

 

  • install the portfolio tracking software to access the web version.

 

The service supports 300 exchanges including: Binance, Bitfinex, Bittrex, Coinbase, Cryptopia, GDAX, HitBTC, Huobi, KuCoin, Kraken, Poloniex. 

It’s a free portfolio tracker, but there is a paid plan if you wish to upgrade to additional perks. Delta PRO allows you to connect with as many crypto exchanges and wallets as you like and offers you exclusive portfolio analytics modules, early access to new features and more. At the App Store, the subscription costs $8.99 monthly and $59.99 annually.

 CoinMarketCap

CoinMarketCap

 

Pros:

With almost 8.5K user ratings, the app has earned 4.8 out of 5 stars at the App Store and generated 4.4 stars out of 2K ratings at the Play Store:

  • view your portfolio in 90+ fiat currencies,
  • choose from 2,000 crypto coins,
  • track your crypto portfolio’s performance based on CoinMarketCap’s data. 

Cons:

Overall, the feedback is positive, it’s just sometimes it pumps out bugs.

  • to reload, sometimes you need to close and reopen the app,
  • no web version.

The app is free and supports major exchanges listed on CoinMarketCap.

 Altpocket

altpocket

Pros:

With 13 user ratings, the portfolio tracking app has earned 3.0 out of 5 stars at the App Store and generated 5 stars out of 11 ratings at the Play Store.

  • install either the app or access the web version,
  • choose from 1,324 crypto coins
  • check out other traders’ portfolios, 
  • receive notifications on other traders’ deals.

Cons:

If social chit-chat and excessive openness irritates you, maybe you should try delta or Blockfolio, but this particular app is community-oriented:

  • auto-imports are currently limited to Bittrex, Binance, Coinbase and Poloniex,
  • no fiat balances. 

This cryptocurrency portfolio tracker is free and supports four exchanges: Coinbase, Binance, Bittrex, Poloniex.

CryptoCompare

crypto compare

 

Pros:

With 13 user ratings, the app has earned 2.9 out of 5 stars at the App Store and generated 4 stars out of 191 ratings at the Play Store.

  • install either the app or access the web version,
  • view balances in fiat, Bitcoin, Ethereum,
  • choose from 5,300 crypto coins,
  • track the latest market news,
  • enjoy the convenient digital interface.

Cons:

Just like any other app, this one sometimes pumps out bugs, but the team seems to address them on short notice:

  • sometimes the prices on the desktop version and in the app differ.

The tracker is free and supports 140 exchanges including: Gemini, Coinbase, Kraken, Bitsamp, Bitfinex, Binance etc.

Investing.com

investing

Pros:

With almost 8.5K user ratings, the app has earned 4.8 out of 5 stars at the App Store and generated 4.4 stars out of 2K ratings at the Play Store:

  • build your own customized watchlist and keep track of stock quotes, commodities, indices, ETFs bonds and cryptocurrencies, 
  • Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Ripple (XRP), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Cardano (ADA), NEM (XEM), Litecoin (LTC), Stellar (XLM), IOTA (MIOTA),TRON (TRX), Dash, NEO,Monero (XMR), EOS, Qtum, Bitcoin Gold (BTG), ICON (ICX), Lisk (LSK), Ethereum Classic (ETC), RaiBlocks (XRB), Verge (XVG) and Populous (PPT)
  • major stocks, global indices, FOREX rates.

Cons:

The app is a great tool for a trader investing in traditional markets, and although there are crypto features added, in general the app is not crypto oriented.

  • access to personal data, which might lead to telephone calls,
  • ads.

You will have to pay $124.99 and $99.99 to turn the ads off. 

Summary

We’ve listed just a few crypto portfolio trackers, but in general, the web is awash with them. There is no killer app yet, however some of the products are pretty solid, such as delta, Blockfolio or CoinStats.

Crypto trading is a multi-layered process where much of your success depends on the quality of your exchange app, the latency of your wallet and the number of bots working on the volatility. 

So don’t think about a crypto portfolio tracker as the only tool you need to get the big picture of your situation. Some wallets give you access to your historical transactions; TradeSanta’s dashboard provides you with an overview of your profit and balance dynamics. 

Combining the chunks of information from different sources might be useful. Automation tools as well as portfolio trackers, secure wallets and user friendly exchanges apps can give you a good chance to get ahead of other traders.