The NordicBet app assessed by me is the mobile representation of the normal website; we’re talking here about a web app. Conveniently, this application doesn’t need to be downloaded via iTunes, the Play Store, another independent app store & as an apk, but rather runs without prior installation. Simply open the browser on your smartphone or iPhone – it functions on iOS models just as smoothly as on Android – and click on the website of the betting provider. Afterwards the offering from NordicBet automatically adapts to your screen, so that it looks the same as a genuine app. A native app is not available to our knowledge, and anyway these now and then have little problems, which we will go into in this next paragraph. In the below illustration, we have specified a current range of compatible mobiles.
Benefits of the NordicBet app
Those who utilise the NordicBet for sports betting can look forward to numerous benefits. Through the absence of the download, you save memory space and unlike native apps you don’t need to install any updates. This not only has the advantage that you don’t use up unnecessary data volumes, but also ensures that the updates that are often necessary after updating your operating system disappear. Possible updates to the website are consequently also directly visible in the web app. Furthermore, with downloads such as an apk file from a non-Google Play Store source anywhere from the web or app files from an independent app store, there is always the danger that damaging software is downloaded. The partly very restrictive policy from both Play Store and iTunes App Store on the issue of gaming apps also ensures that in the vast majority of cases you won’t find any at all. You’re not at the mercy of one such risk in your betting with the NordicBet app – as regards the protection of your data you needn’t have any worries, as the bookmaker uses a modern 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 display. These products – some casinos comprise over a thousand – require countless updates per day, which in an app would annoy very quickly. The app would be correspondingly extensive and would take up much of memory space. Hence the web app.