When we refer to the TonyBet app, then we mean the web app, which displays the entire content of the homepage for the smartphone. Conveniently, this application doesn’t need to be downloaded on iTunes, the Google Play Store, another independent app store and as an apk, but rather operates without installation. Simply open the internet browser on your iPhone or smartphone – it operates on iOS devices just as smoothly as on Android – and click on the homepage of the sports betting provider. Following this the offering from TonyBet directly adapts to your screen, so that it looks the same as a genuine app. At present, we are not aware of a native app from TonyBet. Native apps now and then also have their quirks; more on that in the next section. In the following illustration, you see a current range of devices with which the TonyBet app is compatible.
Benefits of the TonyBet app
The TonyBet web app has numerous benefits. Because neither download nor installation are necessary, you save storage space and also don’t need to make any unnecessary updates. You neither burden your data volume nor do you have to update your operating system, as is often required after updates of apps. As soon as the website is updated, this will be instantly shown for you 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 indeed the danger that you in doing so put damaging software on the mobile. With gaming apps there is a largely very restrictive policy from the Play Store and iTunes App Store. That means that you in most cases will find absolutely no native apps for casino. The TonyBet app rules this risk out fortunately and also secures all your data thanks to SSL256 encryption. A native app also has the disadvantage that alongside sports betting, the additional portfolio of the provider, which for many bookies includes virtual sports, casino, live casino, etc, would be difficult to display. These products – some casinos comprise over 1,000 – demand numerous updates per day, which in an app would annoy very quickly. That would lead to the app being very large and would also take up a lot of your memory space. Therefore utilise preferably the web app.