The ExclusiveBet app is a web app. That is to say, it’s a mobile variant of the normal website, which still contains the full betting portfolio of the bookie. Simplicity is king. You have to download or install nothing at all for this mobile version, so you are not dependent on the Google Play Store, iTunes, another independent app store. Simply open the internet browser on your iPhone or smartphone – it operates on Android models just as smoothly as on iOS – and click on the homepage of the bookie. The site from ExclusiveBet will immediately appear in a format processed for mobile, without deviation from a natural app. Currently, we are not aware of a native app from ExclusiveBet. Native apps occasionally also have their pitfalls; more on that in the next section. The app is fully compatible with most types of devices, as the below table shows.
Benefits of the ExclusiveBet app
The ExclusiveBet web app has countless benefits. Because neither download nor installation are needed, you save storage space and also don’t need to make any annoying updates. You neither burden your data volume nor do you have to update your operating system, as is often necessary after updates of apps. All the updates to the website synchronise directly with the web app. Furthermore, with downloads such as an apk file from a non-Google Play Store source anywhere from the internet or app files from an independent app store, there is very often the danger that virus-prone software is put on your phone. Anyway you will only rarely find them in the Play Store and iTunes App Store, since both rely on a partly very restrictive policy in terms of the issue of gaming apps. With the referred ExclusiveBet app, you do not ,though, take that risk. Instead, your sensitive data is protected from improper access thanks to a SSL128 encryption. As well as sports betting, bookies often find it technically challenging to present their whole gaming portfolio, such as virtual sports, live casino, casino, etc, on an app, since some casinos cover over a thousand games and it would cause umpteen updates per day. The app would be correspondingly large and would take up a lot of memory space. Hence the web app.