When we talk about the 24Bettle app, then we mean the web app, which processes the full content of the desktop site for the smartphone. Conveniently, this application doesn’t need to be downloaded via the Google Play Store, iTunes, another independent app store or as an apk, but rather operates without prior installation. To do this just go with your mobile, iPhone or tablet (no matter if it’s iOS or Android-based) in a browser of your choice to the website of the provider. As the offering from 24Bettle adapts perfectly to your screen size, it looks exactly the same as a natural app. Currently, there is not a native app to our knowledge. Apropos of which, these native apps are not always without problems, as you can read in the next section. The app is totally compatible with common devices, as the below list shows.
Benefits of the 24Bettle app
Those who utilise the 24Bettle for sports betting can look forward to many benefits. On the one hand, the updates that you get with natural apps are gone. On the other hand, the not necessary download saves you storage space on your smartphone or iPhone. Data capacity is also not burdened and possible updates to the operating system, which are required after lots of updates, also disappear. All the adjustments to the website synchronise immediately with the web app. When downloading an apk file from a non-Google Play Store source anywhere from the web or an app file from an independent app store, there is indeed the danger that you as a result put damaging software on the smartphone or iPhone. The Play Store and iTunes App Store have anyway a partially very restrictive policy as regards gaming apps. Mostly you won’t find any there. With the 24Bettle app, though, this risk doesn’t exist. Your sensitive data is protected from improper access with a SSL256 encryption. As well as the sports betting, bookies often find it technically very challenging to present their whole gaming portfolio, such as live casino, virtual sports, casino, etc, on an app, since some casinos cover over several hundred games and it would cause numerous updates in a day. The app would be correspondingly extensive and would take up much of memory space. That’s why we recommend the web app.