The Powerplay app presented here involves a web app – that is a mobile depiction of the website. Conveniently, this application doesn’t need to be downloaded on iTunes, the Play Store, another independent app store and as an apk file, but rather functions without prior installation. Simply open the internet browser on your smartphone or iPhone – it works on iOS devices just as smoothly as on Android – and click on the website of the betting provider. There are no visual differences to a native app; the Powerplay homepage fully adapts automatically to the screen size of your iPhones or smartphone. There is also no native app from Powerplay 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 totally compatible with most types of devices, as the below illustration shows.
Benefits of the Powerplay app
Those who utilise the Powerplay for betting can look forward to a number of 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 used up and possible updates to your operating system, which are required after lots of updates, also disappear. Possible updates to the website are consequently also immediately visible in the web app. When downloading an apk file from a non-Google Play Store source anywhere from the web or app files from independent app stores, there is also the danger that you thus put damaging software on the smartphone or iPhone. The iTunes App Store and Play Store have in any case a partly very restrictive policy when it comes to gaming apps. Often you won’t find any there. The Powerplay app rules this risk out and moreover protects your data via 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 numerous updates in a day, which in an app would annoy very quickly. The app would thus obviously be very large, so you would have to free up lots of memory space on your mobile. So it’s better to use the web app.