The app allows you to enter a number of shares owned for each stock and view annual dividends and upcoming dividend payments.
The detail screen allows you to add a note for each symbol.
To remove a stock from your list do a long click on a stock symbol in the list.
You can delete stock categories if they are empty. Go to Settings-> Manage Categories and do a long click on a category name to bring up a category delete dialog. A simple click will display a Category Rename dialog.
Dividend Tracker can display an average dividend yield in each stock category. Go to Settings to turn this feature on.
The app displays 3-month, 6-month, 1-year and 5-year price history charts.
The stock detail screen shows 5 year average dividend, 3 and 10-year dividend growth. The 10-year dividend growth option needs to be turned on in the Settings screen. This option also allows you to see 10 year dividend history.
An upcoming dividend pay date alert is available. It can be configured to provide a 1 to 5 day advance notice.
The latest version allows you to select your country in the settings which will filter search results by that country or countries. If you clear all the check boxes no filter is applied.
You can use the app both in portrait and landscape mode.
The app uses stock symbols and financial data from the Yahoo Finance.
No login is required.
If you have multiple devices, you can transfer your stock list from one device to another. Go to Settings -> Import/Export Your Stock List. Use the Export button first to save the stock list on your device or Google Drive, and then use the Import button to transfer the stock list to another device.
P.S. Lately the Yahoo has not been providing up-to-date dividend pay data. If you are experiencing any problems you need to go to the detail page for each individual stock and wait for a few seconds until you see the latest dividend date on the screen. Once you do that the dividend calendar should display the proper dates.
The Canadian stocks experienced similar problems with dividend amount. The same solution applies.