The RunBet app presented here involves a web app – that is a mobile depiction of the website. Simplicity is king. You have to download or install nothing at all for this mobile version, so you are not dependent on iTunes, the Play Store, another independent app store. Simply open the browser on your smartphone or iPhone – it works on iOS devices just as smoothly as on Android – and click on the homepage of the bookie. The site from RunBet will directly appear in a format optimised for mobile, without difference from the native app. There is also no native application from RunBet to my knowledge. By the way, such a native app also has some weak points, which I explain in following section. Where do you find a current sample of the mobile models compatible with this app? In the table below.
Benefits of the RunBet app
With the RunBet web app, you can enjoy lots of benefits. First you don’t have to download and therefore don’t burden the the storage space of your smartphone. Second there are none of the often annoying updates that there are with native apps. Therefore, you don’t burden your data capacity, get no update issues and also don’t need to update your operating system, as is often the case with updates. Changes to the website will be straight away shown for you in the web app. Furthermore, with downloads such as an apk file from a non-Google Play Store source anywhere from the web or an app file from independent app stores, there is always the danger that malware is downloaded. Regarding gaming apps there is a partly very restrictive policy from the iTunes App Store and Play Store. That leads to that you in most cases will find no native apps for casino. The RunBet app rules this risk out fortunately and moreover secures your data with SSL256 encryption.
Besides it’s also hard for providers to integrate alongside sports betting remaining portfolio, which for many includes casino, live casino, virtual sports, in a native app. One or two casinos have over 1,000on offer and this means that the app would be subject to permanent updates. The app would thus obviously be very bloated, so you would have to free up lots of memory space on your mobile device. So it’s better to make use of the web app.