The Betgold app is a web app. That is to say, it’s a mobile variant of the normal website, which still contains the complete product portfolio of the provider. Simplicity is king. You have to download or install nothing at all for this mobile version, so you are not dependent on the Play Store, iTunes, another independent app store. Simply open the internet browser on your iPhone or smartphone – it runs on Android models just as smoothly as on iOS – and click on the homepage of the betting provider. There are no visual differences to a natural app; the Betgold homepage fully adapts by itself to the screen size of your mobile. Currently, we are not aware of a native app from Betgold. Native apps occasionally also have their pitfalls; more on that in the following paragraph. The app is fully compatible with common types of devices, as the below illustration shows.
Benefits of the Betgold app
The Betgold web app has countless benefits. First you don’t have to download and therefore don’t burden the the storage capacity of your smartphone. Second there are none of the annoying updates that there are with native apps. Therefore, you don’t burden your data capacity, have no update issues and also don’t need to update your operating system, as is often the case with updates. Possible changes to the website are consequently also without delay visible in the web app. If you download an apk file from a non-Google Play Store source anywhere from the internet or an app file from independent app stores, it can often have negative effects. That’s because malware can be found in the installed files. The Play Store and iTunes App Store have anyway a partially very restrictive policy with regards to gaming apps. Most of the time you won’t find any there. If you use the Betgold app for your betting, you are not taking this risk. Very praiseworthy: Your sensitive user data is ideallyprotected from improper access through the SSL128 encryption.
A native app also brings with it 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 display. These products – some casinos comprise over several 100 – demand numerous updates per day, which in an app would annoy very quickly. The app would thus obviously be very large, so you would have to free up lots of memory space. So it’s better to make use of the web app.