The trading platform seems to be SpotOption web based software. This means it is run from the browser without the need to download a software package as it is customary with MetaTrader users.
The platform of Max CFD lets users immediately select the leverage before placing the trade, which is opposed to most other platforms where leverage is set as default in the beginning, when one signs up for an account. It is also easy to use stop loss function that is in the header and can be immediately defined. This way CFD investment is protected and the downside is defined by the user.
Coming from binary options background, SpotOption included a few other nice tricks, like the return percentage for trader to get a sense of how much the potential payout is. This lets her manage risk in relation to the reward easier than with some other places where one needs to do a pip value calculation.
As with any web based platform, the charting options are limited, but will be enough for beginners utilizing basic strategies.
The broker claims 150 assets that can be used as basis for their CFD trading, however, the market realities will determine the amount since not every asset has the same trading period, nor are all markets open at every moment. In this respect, forex CFDs are most accessible, but this is not related to MaxCFD infrastructure, but it is related to the overall market which binds other brokerages, too.
The spread offered on EUR/USD when we tried MaxCFD was 4 pips which is a bit high in our opinion.
MaxCFD also offers a mobile trading application, available through AppStore and Google Play store, depending on which kind of smartphone operating system you use.