This Hopa.com app tested by us is called a web app, which displays the entire betting programme of the regular website. Simplicity pays off here. You have to download or install nothing whatsoever for this mobile version, so you are not dependent on iTunes, the Google Play Store, another independent app store. Simply open the browser on your mobile – it works on iOS models just as smoothly as on Android – and click on the website of the provider. As the offering from Hopa.com adapts to your screen size, it looks exactly as a natural app. At present, there is not a native app to our knowledge. By the way, these native apps are not always without problems, as you can read in the following section. Since you’re now possibly asking whether the app runs on your mobile, we have below a table with lots of compatible devices for you.
Benefits of the Hopa.com app
With a Hopa.com web app, you can enjoy many advantages. Through the absence of the download, you save memory space and as opposed to native apps you don’t need to install any updates. This not only has the advantage that you don’t consume unnecessary data volumes, but also ensures that the updates that are often needed after updating your operating system disappear. Should something change on the website, the web app will of course also be refreshed. Those who download an apk file from a non-Google Play Store source anywhere from the internet oran app file from an independent app store always take a certain risk too. Because quite often these files are vulnerable to virus-prone software. The Play Store and iTunes App Store have in any case a partly very restrictive policy when it comes to gaming apps. Often you won’t find any there. With the Hopa.com app, however, this risk doesn’t exist. Your sensitive data is protected from unauthorised access thanks to the SSL128 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, is technically challenging to display. Such products – some casinos comprise over several hundred – demand countless updates per day, which in an app would annoy very quickly. That would lead to the app being very large and would also take up a lot of mobile memory. Therefore make use of the web app.