The Wallacebet app tested by us is called a web app, which displays the entire programme of the website. The app works entirely without download, so you don’t need to search in iTunes, the Play Store, another independent app store afterwards, and you also don’t require an apk. For this just go with the smartphone, iPhone or tablet (no matter if it’s iOS or Android-based) in your usual browser to the website of the provider. As the offering from Wallacebet adapts perfectly to your screen size, it looks exactly the same as a conventional app. At present, there is not a native app to our knowledge. Apropos of which, these native apps are not always without problems, as you can read in the following section. In the following bullet points, you see a list of devices with which the Wallacebet app is compatible.
Benefits of the Wallacebet app
With the Wallacebet web app, you can enjoy a few interesting benefits. You don’t have to give away any space on your mobile, as is the case with natural apps. In addition, the web does away completely with updates. You also use up no data volume and you don’t become irritated by update issues, such as e.g. a refresh of the operating system version, which often involves many updates. Changes to the website will be automatically displayed for you in the web app. When downloading an apk file from a non-Google Play Store source anywhere from the web or an app file from an independent app store, there is also the danger that you by doing this put damaging software on the mobile. The iTunes App Store and Play Store have in any case a partially very restrictive policy regarding gaming apps. Often you won’t find any there. The Wallacebet app rules this risk out luckily and moreover secures all your data via SSL128 encryption.
As well as the sports betting, betting providers frequently find it hard to display their whole gaming portfolio, such as casino, live casino, virtual sports, etc, on an app, since some casinos cover over a thousand games and it would cause umpteen updates per day. The app would therefore be very large and would consume ergo much memory space. With the web app, you are for that reason better off.