The Betcos app assessed by us is the mobile processing of the normal website; we’re talking in this connection about a web app. Simplicity pays off here. You have to download or install nothing whatsoever for this mobile version, so you are not dependent on iTunes, the Google Play Store, another independent app store. All you need to do is just take your mobile device (iOS, Android) and open the official website of the provider. The Betcos homepage will then display in a format processed for mobile, without deviation from a native app. Currently, we are not aware of any native app from Betcos. Native apps now and then also have their pitfalls; more on that in the next paragraph. Where do you find a current sample of the devices compatible with this app? In the illustration below.
Benefits of the Betcos app
The Betcos web app has 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 iPhone or smartphone. Data capacity is also not burdened and possible updates to your operating system, which are necessary after lots of updates, also disappear. Possible adjustments to the website are consequently also directly visible in the web app. When downloading an apk file from a non-Google Play Store source anywhere from the internet or app files from an independent app store, there is also the danger that you in doing so put damaging software on the mobile. The partly very strict policy from both Play Store and iTunes App Store on the issue of gaming apps also means that often you won’t find any at all. You’re not exposed to such a risk while betting with the Betcos app – regarding the security of your data you mustn’t have any worries, as the bookie utilises a modern SSL256 encryption.
A native app also has the disadvantage that alongside sports betting, the further portfolio of the provider, which for many bookies includes virtual sports, casino, live casino, etc, would be technically challenging to present. Such products – some casinos comprise over 1,000 – need numerous updates in a day, which in an app would annoy very quickly. The app would therefore be very complex and would take up ergo much memory space. With the web app, you are thus considerably better off.