The Fortebet app is a web app. That is to say, it’s a mobile representation of the normal website, which nevertheless includes the entire product portfolio of the provider. You don’t have to download this sports bets app on iTunes, the Google Play Store, another independent app store or as an apk file; instead you can use it completely without download and installation. For this just go with the mobile, iPhone or tablet (whether it’s iOS or Android-based) in your desired browser to the website of the particular bookie. As the offering from Fortebet adapts perfectly to your screen size, it looks the same as a natural app. There is also no native application from Fortebet to my knowledge. By the way, such a native app also has a few weak points, which I explain in the following. In the below illustration, we have specified a current range of compatible mobiles.
Benefits of the Fortebet app
The Fortebet web app has lots of advantages. For one thing you don’t have to download and therefore don’t burden the the storage space of your mobile. Second there are none of the often annoying updates that native apps have. Therefore, you don’t burden your data capacity, get no update issues and also don’t need to update your operating system, as is often the case with updates. Improvements to the website will be automatically displayed for you in the web app. The downloading of an apk file from a non-Google Play Store source anywhere from the web or aapp files from independent app stores is often risky, as often damaging software can be found in the files. Anyway you will rarely find them in the Play Store and iTunes App Store, since both rely on a partly very restrictive policy in terms of gaming apps. With this Fortebet app, you do not take this risk. Instead, your user data is protected with a SSL128 encryption.
As well as sports betting, bookies frequently find it technically very challenging to present their whole gaming portfolio, such as casino, virtual sports, live casino, etc, on an app, since some casinos cover over 1,000 games and it would lead to numerous updates every day. The app would be correspondingly large and would take up a lot of memory space. Hence the web app.