The Xbet app presented here is a web app – that is a mobile depiction of the regular website. Conveniently, the application doesn’t need to be downloaded on the Google Play Store, iTunes, another independent app store or as an apk, but rather operates without installation. Simply open the internet browser on your smartphone or iPhone – it runs on iOS devices just as smoothly as on Android – and click on the homepage of the bookie. There are no visual differences to a natural app; the Xbet homepage fully adapts without intervention to the size of the screen of your iPhones or smartphone. There is also no native app from Xbet to my knowledge. By the way, such a native app also has a few weak points, which I demonstrate in the following. The app is absolutely compatible with most types of devices, as the below figure shows.
Benefits of the Xbet app
The Xbet web app has many benefits. On the one hand, the updates that you get with native apps are gone. On the other hand, the not necessary download saves you storage space on your smartphone or iPhone. Data capacity is also not burdened and possible updates to the operating system, which are necessary after lots of updates, also disappear. As soon as the website is changed, this will be immediately shown for you in the web app. The downloading of an apk file from a non-Google Play Store source anywhere from the internet or aapp files from an independent app store often puts you at risk, as often damaging software can be found in the files. It is also rather unlikely that you would come across them in the popular iTunes App Store and Play Store because both providers have a partly very restrictive policy regarding gaming apps. The Xbet app rules this risk out and moreover secures your data via SSL128 encryption. As well as sports betting, betting providers frequently find it technically challenging to display their whole gaming portfolio, such as live casino, casino, virtual sports, etc, on an app, since some casinos cover over several 100 games and it would cause umpteen updates in a day. The app would thus obviously be very bloated, so you would have to free up lots of memory space. So it’s better to use the web app.