The 20Bet app presented here is a web app – that is a mobile representation of the website. Conveniently, this application doesn’t need to be downloaded on iTunes, the Play Store, another independent app store and as an apk, but rather runs without installation. You grab your mobile and with a click on the official website of the provider, you land straight in the app. Here it doesn’t matter whether you make use of the Android or iOS operating system. There are no optical differences to a natural app; the 20Bet homepage fully adapts by itself to the screen size of your iPhones or smartphone. Currently, we are not aware of any native app from 20Bet. Native apps sometimes also have their quirks; more on that in the next paragraph. Where do you find a current sample of the devices compatible with this app? In the list below.
Benefits of the 20Bet app
The 20Bet web app has several benefits. You don’t have to give away any space on your iPhone or smartphone, as is the case with natural apps. In addition, gets by completely without updates. You therefore use up no data volume and you don’t become annoyed by update issues, such as for example a refresh of the operating system version, which often brings with it many updates. All the changes to the website synchronise automatically with the web app. The download of an apk file from a non-Google Play Store source anywhere from the internet or aapp files from independent app stores often puts you at risk, as often damaging software can be found in the files. The iTunes App Store and Play Store have in any case a partly very restrictive policy with regards to gaming apps. Often you won’t find any there. If you use the 20Bet app for your mobile betting, you are not taking any such risk. A positive to note: Your sensitive data is ideallyprotected from unauthorised access through the SSL128 encryption.
To accommodate the entire portfolio, which as well as sports betting includes virtual sports, casino, live casino, in a native app is in any case almost impossible for bookmakers. The many changes – some casinos cover over 1,000 games – would lead to numerous updates every day. That would lead to the app being very extensive and would also take up a lot of memory. Therefore make use of preferably the web app.