Quick Ranking And Reviews
We live in a time where the majority of online access happens through mobile channels, so most sportsbook operators are designing mobile-first and desktop second, for a seamless mobile experience.
Not all brands are created equal, however. There are some major differences between mobile apps in terms of reliability, user experience, responsiveness, depth of the sportsbook menu, pricing, customer service, whether it has withdrawal and deposit methods such as PayPal, and other features.
Nevertheless, regardless of the states they are active in, the apps are quite different and many of them are worth your time and action. Competition is good for us, the sports betting consumer, so let them push each other to innovate and improve.
Bonuses on mobile sports betting apps
To incentivize the download and use of their dedicated mobile apps, it’s common for brands to offer mobile-specific bonuses. These can include free bets, betting insurance, boosted odds, profit boosts, etc.
Users can usually find all available bonuses on the operator’s promotions button or page (or maybe “rewards”). This means that users will have full access to every promotional offer the sportsbook has if they sign up and access the sportsbook on mobile.
As we have already mentioned, operators usually release sportsbook apps on two major mobile platforms – iOS and Android. Although the actual content of the apps doesn’t differ much between operating systems, the installation procedure is different. This comes down to the different policies Apple and Google have towards online betting.