When we write about the Astekbet app, by that we mean the web app, which reproduces the content of the website for your mobile. The app works completely without download, so you don’t need to look in the Play Store, iTunes, another independent app store afterwards, and you also don’t need an apk. In order to use the mobile offering, you only have to pick up your mobile and click on the official site of the sports betting provider. As the offering from Astekbet adapts to your screen size, it looks exactly the same as a conventional app. A native app does not exist to our knowledge, and anyway these often have little difficulties, which we will go into in this next section. Where do you find a current sample of the devices compatible with this app? In the illustration below.
Benefits of the Astekbet app
The benefits of the Astekbet web app are large in number. Through the absence of the download, you save memory and as opposed to native apps you don’t need to install any updates. This not only has the advantage that you don’t use up unnecessary data volumes, but also ensures that the updates that are often needed after updating your operating system disappear. Updates to the website will be straight away shown for you in the web app. Furthermore, with downloads such as an apk file from a non-Google Play Store source anywhere from the web or app files from independent app stores, there is always the danger that virus-prone software is put on your phone. The Play Store and iTunes App Store have anyway a partially very restrictive policy as regards gaming apps. Often you won’t find any there. With the referred Astekbet app, you do not take that risk. Instead, your sensitive data is protected from improper access thanks to a SSL128 encryption. As well as the sports betting, betting providers often find it technically very challenging to display their whole gaming portfolio, such as virtual sports, live casino, casino, etc, on an app, since some casinos cover over a thousand games and it would lead to umpteen updates per day. The app would be correspondingly extensive and would take up much of memory space. Hence the web app.