The Doublebet app presented here involves a web app – that is a mobile depiction of the website. The app works entirely without download, so you don’t need to look around in iTunes, the Play Store, another independent app store afterwards, and you also don’t need an apk. Grab your mobile and with a click on the official website of the provider, you land straight in the app. Here it doesn’t matter whether you make use of the Android or iOS operating system. There are no visual differences to a regular app; the Doublebet homepage fully adapts without intervention to the screen size of your mobile. At present, we are not aware of any native Doublebet app. From time to time, these can also have their pitfalls, as you see in the next section. Since you’re now maybe asking whether the app functions on your mobile, we have below an overview with lots of compatible devices for you.
Benefits of the Doublebet app
The benefits of the Doublebet web app are varied. Through the absence of the download, you save memory space and in contrast 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. All the updates to the website synchronise immediately with the web app. Those who download an apk file from a non-Google Play Store source anywhere from the internet oran app file from independent app stores always take a certain risk too. Because quite often these files are vulnerable to virus-prone software. A partly very strict policy from both Play Store and iTunes App Store on the issue of gaming apps also ensures that in most cases you won’t find any at all. With the Doublebet app, meanwhile, this risk doesn’t exist. Your confidential data is protected from misuse with a SSL128 encryption. As well as sports 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 several hundred games and it would lead to umpteen updates in a day. The app would therefore be very complex and would need accordingly a lot of memory space. With the web app, you are thus considerably better off.