The go-bet app assessed by me is the mobile processing of the regular website; we’re talking in this connection about a web app. Conveniently, the application doesn’t need to be downloaded via the Google Play Store, iTunes, another independent app store or as an apk, but rather functions without installation. For this just go with your mobile, iPhone or tablet (whether it’s iOS or Android-based) in a browser of your choice to the website of the particular sports betting provider. There are no optical differences to a native app; the go-bet homepage fully adapts by itself to the size of the screen of your iPhones or smartphone. There is also no native application from go-bet to my knowledge. Apropos of which, such a native app also has a few weak points, which I demonstrate in following section. The app is fully compatible with common devices, as the below table shows.
Benefits of the go-bet app
The benefits of the go-bet web app are extensive. You don’t have to give away any space on your iPhone or smartphone, as is the case with native apps. In addition, the web does away completely with updates. You therefore use up no data volume and you don’t become irritated by update issues, such as e.g. a refresh of the operating system version, which often involves many updates. As soon as the website is updated, this will be directly shown for you in the web app. Those who install an apk file from a non-Google Play Store source anywhere from the internet orapp files from an independent app store always take a certain risk too. Because frequently these files are vulnerable to virus-prone software. Anyway you will only rarely find them in the Play Store and iTunes App Store, since both operate a partly very restrictive policy in terms of gaming apps. With the go-bet app, though, this risk doesn’t exist. Your data is protected from improper access thanks to the SSL256 encryption.
A native app also brings with it 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 present. These products – some casinos comprise over 1,000 – demand countless updates per day, which in an app would become annoying very quickly. The app would thus obviously be very bloated, so you would have to free up lots of memory space. So it’s better to use the web app.