The LibraBet app presented here involves a web app – that is a mobile depiction of the normal website. The app works completely without download, so you don’t need to look in iTunes, the Google Play Store, another independent app store afterwards, and you also don’t need an apk. You take your mobile and with one click on the official website of the provider, you land straight in the app. Here it doesn’t matter whether you utilise the Android or iOS operating system. As the homepage of LibraBet automatically adapts to your display size, there is no difference to a natural app. Currently, we are not aware of any native LibraBet app. From time to time, these can also have their quirks, as you see in the next section. The app is fully compatible with most types of devices, as the below table shows.
Benefits of the LibraBet app
The LibraBet web app has several benefits. On the one hand, the updates that you get with natural apps are gone. On the other hand, the not necessary download saves you storage space on your mobile. Data capacity is also not burdened and possible updates to the operating system, which are necessary after lots of updates, also disappear. Possible adjustments to the website are consequently also without delay visible in the web app. If you download an apk file from a non-Google Play Store source anywhere from the internet or app files from independent app stores, it can often have risky consequences. That’s because virus-prone software can be found in the installed files. The iTunes App Store and Play Store have anyway a partially very restrictive policy when it comes to gaming apps. Most of the time you won’t find any there. The LibraBet app rules this risk out and moreover protects all your data due to SSL256 encryption. To accommodate the complete portfolio, which as well as sports betting includes live casino, virtual sports, casino, in a native app is in any case very difficult for providers. The many changes – some casinos cover over a thousand games – would lead to numerous updates daily. The app would be correspondingly large and would take up a lot of memory space. That’s why we point you to the web app.