When we refer to the betPawa app, then we mean the web app, which reproduces the content of the website for your smartphone. You don’t need to download this sports bets app on the Google Play Store, iTunes, another independent app store & as an apk file; instead you can use it straight away without download and installation. To do this just go with your smartphone, iPhone or tablet (whether it’s iOS or Android-based) in your desired browser to the website of the particular provider. As the website of betPawa automatically adapts to your display size, there is not any difference to a native app. At present, 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. Where do you find a current sample of the models compatible with this app? In the table below.
Benefits of the betPawa app
The betPawa web app has many advantages. For one thing you don’t have to download and therefore don’t burden the the storage space of your smartphone. By the same token there are none of the annoying updates that there are with native apps. Therefore, you don’t burden your data capacity, get no update issues and also don’t need to update your operating system version, as is often the case with updates. Updates to the website will be straight away displayed for you in the web app. Those who load an apk file from a non-Google Play Store source anywhere from the internet orapp files from an independent app store always take a certain risk too. Because frequently these files are vulnerable to damaging software. Anyway you will rarely find them in the Play Store and iTunes App Store, as both operate a partly very restrictive policy in terms of the issue of gaming apps. If you use the betPawa app for your mobile betting, you are not taking any such risk. Positive: Your sensitive user data is ideallyprotected from improper access with a SSL128 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 display. Such products – some casinos comprise over 1,000 – need countless updates per day, which in an app would become annoying very quickly. That would lead to the app being very large and would also take up a lot of memory. Therefore utilise preferably the web app.