Founded in early 2016, 21Bet is an online bookmaker offering Sports betting and online Casino. They host a wide array of popular sports including soccer, football, the Tennis Open and more. With the upcoming FIFA World Cup 2018, they are extremely set to take on World Cup bets. 21Bet are fully licensed and are approved by the UK Gambling Commission. As a UK Resident, it is extremely easy to register on the website. It only takes a few minutes to do so. The only set back to this site is that there is no live streaming available. In comparison with many other bookmaker sites which offer live streaming of sports and games, 21Bet, does not offer this service.
At the point of writing, there are no apps available for Android devices. Instead, Android users can use their mobile devices to access the mobile site instead. The only requirement is a smartphone or a tablet and a reasonably good connection to the internet. As the website works extremely well on mobile devices, Android users should not find any issues with accessing the site with their smartphones or tablets. Therefore, it is not overly important that there isn't an App for Android devices. The developers say an App is on the way, but in the meantime, the mobile version is just as great.
To download the App for iOS you would need to have iTunes
If you have an Android Device or if you are not a fan of downloading the iOS App, the mobile version is the way to go. It is extremely responsive and is a replica of the desktop version. All you need is a smartphone and a reliably fast internet connection. Its site is optimised for mobile devices and is responsive and loads the mobile version automatically from any handheld device. 21Bet is accessible and restricted to residents of the UK only. There is no access from any other regions except through a proxy.
The mobile site has a clean interface and just like the iOS App, it is intuitive and easy to navigate. Pleasing colours to the eye unlike many betting sites which use jarring colours.
21Bet run many offers on a weekly basis and these can be found on their promotions page. They have offers for their Sportsbooks as well as for their Casinos. As their offers are available for all users of their website, there are no specific 21Bet Welcome Bonus for mobile users. All users are entitled to the same offers available on the site. If they have an Android and an iOS App, then it might make sense to offer special bonuses to encourage the use of the app. At this stage with only an iOS App, it would be an unfair call.
Yes, from the App, funds can be withdrawn from the menu under "My Account" and follow the prompts. It works just as it does with the desktop version. From the mobile version (which is actually the desktop version in mobile view), depositing and withdrawing of funds is as simple as it is in the desktop version. You would deposit funds and withdraw funds from the "Your Account" page using your Visa, Mastercard or Maestro.
Yes, everything that is available in the website is available for the mobile user. The casino is available on the website for anyone to play. There are free bonus offers which are accessible to anyone who wants to join the casino. The casino can be accessed via any handheld device that has internet access and has the ability to access 21Bet's website. Therefore, the Casino Games are available for all mobile users.
An App is usually a completed piece of Application. An iOS App is owned by Apple and can be downloaded only from iTunes as it is proprietary software and has undergone rigorous testing. Google Apps on the other hand are Open Source software which means that anyone can create the Apps and the source codes of the android APK files. Whilst developing the application, the developers will install the APK file and should technically secure the code to prevent hacking. Hence the difference between and App and and APK is an App is a completed application whilst and APK is a development code which is in the process of being developed into an application.
It would never be safe to play with real money or bet with an APK as it is not a completed software and it may be a hack or a fraudster. Only stick with an application that has undergone rigorous testing and has had reviews done on it before downloading and installing and app. Many apps on Google Play Store can be viruses as well as it is an Open Source, and anyone can develop apps unlike Apple iTunes.
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