The Rembrandt app is a web app. That is to say, it’s a mobile representation of the desktop website, which still contains the full product portfolio of the bookmaker. Simplicity is king. You have to download or install nothing whatsoever for this mobile version, so you are not dependent on the Play Store, iTunes, another independent app store. In order to use the mobile offering, you only need to pick up your smartphone or iPhone and click on the official site of the provider. As the homepage of Rembrandt automatically adapts to your mobile screen, there is not any difference to a native app. Currently, we are not aware of any native Rembrandt app. From time to time, these can also have their quirks, as you can read in the next section. Where do you find a current sample of the mobile models compatible with this app? In the illustration below.
Benefits of the Rembrandt app
Utilising the Rembrandt web app brings you a few advantages. You don’t have to free up any space on your iPhone or smartphone, as is the case with natural apps. In addition, the web app also runs completely without updates. You also use up no data volume and you don’t become annoyed by update issues, such as for instance a refresh of the operating system version, which often involves many updates. Possible adjustments to the website are consequently also directly 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 effects. That’s because damaging software can be found in the installed files. 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. As well as sports betting, providers often find it hard to display their whole gaming portfolio, such as virtual sports, casino, live casino, etc, on an app, since some casinos cover over several hundred games and it would lead to numerous updates every day. The app would therefore be very large and would take up accordingly a lot of memory space. With the web app, you are for that reason considerably better served.