The Luckybets app presented here is a web app – that is a mobile depiction of the website. The app works entirely without download, so you don’t need to look around in iTunes, the Google Play Store, another independent app store afterwards, and you also don’t need an apk. Take your mobile and with just one click on the regular website of the provider, you land straight in the app. Here it is irrelevant whether you make use of the iOS or Android operating system. There are no visual differences to a natural app; the Luckybets homepage fully adapts automatically to the size of the screen of your iPhones or smartphone. At present, we are not aware of any native app from Luckybets. Native apps occasionally also have their pitfalls; more on that in the following paragraph. The app is absolutely compatible with most devices, as the below illustration shows.
Benefits of the Luckybets app
Using the Luckybets web app grants you a number of advantages. You don’t have to give away any space on your smartphone or iPhone, as is the case with native apps. In addition, the web app also runs completely without updates. You also use up no data volume and you also don’t become irritated by update issues, such as for instance a refresh of the operating system version, which often involves many updates. As soon as the website is changed, this will be directly shown for you in the web app. When downloading an apk file from a non-Google Play Store source anywhere from the web or an app file from independent app stores, there is also the danger that you by doing this put damaging software on the smartphone or iPhone. A partly very strict policy from both iTunes App Store and Play Store on the issue of gaming apps also ensures that most of the time you won’t find any at all. If you use the Luckybets app for betting, you are not taking such a risk. Very praiseworthy: Your sensitive user data is bestprotected with a SSL256 encryption.
A native app also brings with it the disadvantage that alongside sports betting, the further portfolio of the provider, which for many bookies includes virtual sports, casino, live casino, etc, is technically challenging to present. Such products – some casinos comprise over several 100 – demand countless updates in a day, which in an app would become annoying very quickly. 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.