It seems to me whenever I watch sports on TV there is a bet365 advert, hoarding or logo which I guess is why they are one of the UK’s best-known betting brands. Betting on the go is now available via a browser or app from a mobile device. There are plenty of different ways to access the app depending on your operating system, and if your mobile phone is not up to date enough for app download you can still play via their mobile site. Let me take your through my review of their app.
The Android app for Bet365 casino had a multitude of features that I like for instance Cash Out, Auto Cash Out and Partial Cash Out for in-play betting. I was also able to live stream games and pretty much use the app as I would do via a desktop PC.
To start with I must I admit I was slightly discouraged to downloading the app as the review score I saw on Google Play Store was only 3.3, but I have no major complaints from using it.
I have also used the mobile site via a browser, which I was also pleasantly surprised to see all of the same features of the app and also the desktop version.
Google has recently rescinded its policy prohibiting betting and casino apps or gambling for money so now you can get the bet365 from the Google Play Store, which I found has made life easier. Here are the steps I took to download the app which I managed to do fairly quick:
And you’re done! Then you just have to simply Login to your bet365 account to start depositing placing bets at the Bet365 sports section or whatever takes your initial fancy.
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The iOS app for bet365 has everything you would expect from the desktop site, well in my opinion. It also fairs better rating wise than the Android app, scoring a 4 at the iTunes Store. I have been using the app from my iPad and find no differences to the android app on my phone so the difference in the rating scores is beyond me. I found placing a bet a doddle using which I tend to use more than the desktop, to be honest with you.
Billy basics and straightforward was I found to download the app, which I did as follows
I have accessed the bet365 mobile site from both my Android Phone and Ipad with no hassle. I like the mobile site but will always use the app as a preference as downloaded but I guess if you wish not to download then the mobile site is just fine. I would. Recommend using WiFi connection to give you the best experience with the mobile site – saving your data stream – which has the functionality of the main webpage.
Currently, I could not find any bet365 special bonuses for mobile users, but understand that that the welcome bonus is accessible via a bonus device. Despite no specific mobile bonuses. I do rate, their live streaming and in play features which I enjoy use regularly on my iPad.
Yes, I have deposited and withdrawn funds via PayPal using the bet365 app, as it goes, and found it a simple process. The same goes for the mobile site which I use a lot less, personal preference.
Yes, I had the live streaming feature available on my smartphone. I just needed a positive account balance.
An ‘app’ is typically linked with Apple, as this is something that you download off of the App store on either an iPhone / iPad or even some of the newer iPods. Currently, there are no restrictions on games that you play for money with on the App store, which is what makes it a favourite. Apps work with Apple’s in-house operating system, therefore anything downloaded on an Apple device will be an app.
‘Apk’ is a similar thing, but this is what Android users would use instead of an app. All of the APK’s are available to download on the Google Play Store, much the same as you download an app.
Both are similar, but due to the fact that Android and iOS are completely different operating systems, there is no leeway for you to cross over from one to the other, so if the app or apk is not available on your chosen device you will need to use the mobile site.
This is now a yes for both as Google rescinded its policy on real money betting apps for the UK Ireland and France.