When we refer to the Fansbet app, by that we mean the web app, which processes the entire content of the homepage for your mobile. Conveniently, the application doesn’t need to be downloaded on the Play Store, iTunes, another independent app store and as an apk file, but rather functions without prior installation. Pick up your mobile and with a click on the official website of the provider, you land straight in the app. Here it is irrelevant whether you utilise the Android or iOS operating system. The Fansbet site will then appear in a format processed for mobile, without deviation from the native app. Currently, there is not a native app to our knowledge. Besides, these native apps are not always without problems, as you will read in the following section. In the following list, you see a current range of devices with which the Fansbet app functions.
Benefits of the Fansbet app
The benefits of the Fansbet web app are diverse. Because neither download nor installation are needed, you save storage space and also don’t need to start any annoying updates. You neither burden your data volume nor do you have to update your operating system, as is sometimes called for after updates of apps. Possible adjustments to the website are consequently also without delay visible in the web app. The download of an apk file from a non-Google Play Store source anywhere from the web or aapp files from an independent app store is often risky, as often virus-prone software can be found in the files. It is also rather unlikely that you would come across them in the popular Play Store and iTunes App Store, since both providers have a largely very strict policy concerning gaming apps. With the Fansbet app, meanwhile, this risk doesn’t exist. Your user data is protected from improper access with a SSL128 encryption. As well as sports betting, bookies often find it technically very challenging to display their whole gaming portfolio, such as virtual sports, casino, live casino, etc, on an app, since some casinos cover over a thousand games and it would lead to numerous updates per day. The app would thus obviously be very bloated, 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.