When we write about the Cbet app, by that we mean the web app, which processes the full content of the homepage for your smartphone. This app works completely without download, so you don’t need to look in iTunes, the Play Store, another independent app store afterwards, and you also don’t require an apk. Pick up your mobile and with a click on the regular website of the provider, you land straight in the app. Here it is irrelevant whether you use the iOS or Android operating system. The Cbet site will immediately display in a format optimised for mobile, without difference from a natural app. At present, we are not aware of a native app from Cbet. Native apps sometimes also have their pitfalls; more on that in the next paragraph. Where do you find a current sample of the mobile models compatible with this app? In the list below.
Benefits of the Cbet app
The benefits of the Cbet web app are large in number. First you don’t have to download and therefore don’t burden the memory of your smartphone. Second there are none of the annoying updates that native apps have. 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 immediately visible in the web app. If you download an apk file from a non-Google Play Store source anywhere from the web or app files from an independent app store, it can often have negative consequences. That’s because virus-prone software can be found in the installed files. The iTunes App Store and Play Store have anyway a partly very restrictive policy regarding gaming apps. Mostly you won’t find any there. You’re not exposed to such a danger while betting with the Cbet app – as regards the protection of your data you needn’t have any worries, as the betting provider utilises a proper SSL128 encryption. A native app also has the disadvantage that alongside sports betting, the additional 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 hundred – demand countless 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 on your mobile. So it’s better to make use of the web app.