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Desktop vs Mobile Online Casino

24 October, 2017 Gaming


Online casinos, no matter what the platform, are a multi trillion pound business. There are millions of people around the world who log on to online casino sites on a regular basis to play their favourite games such as blackjack, poker, roulette and the slots. The fact that there are so many online casino operators out there means that they are only going to continue to grow in popularity too, especially now that people have the option to play on various devices whenever they wish.


There's no denying that the internet changed the casino world, and for the better too. You can't deny the industry hasn't continued to move with the times and this is probably the main reason it has been consistently successful. First of all, when the Internet first arrived, we saw people playing at online casinos via their desktop computers. This was done either in browser or by downloading the casino's software to the PC. Nowadays, the trends suggest that more and more people are opting to play on their smartphones and tablets, rather than their desktops or laptops.


Online casino operators practically encourage it too and this has been a growing trend for a number of years. Due to the advancements made in technology, smartphones and tablets have become more and more powerful, especially recently. They were always tipped to be mini computers, but now the lines between an actual desktop and a top of the range smart phone are becoming more and more blurred. Some smartphones and tablets actually have more power than a computer believe it or not. So a growing trend is that operators are looking to encourage users to play on the go so to speak.


It's common place for online casinos to offer their new customers bonuses and to do promotions on a regular basis. Usually these are based on the first few deposits made as in matched deposits and then loyalty points are accrued over time. A trend we're seeing now is that not only have online casino operators shelled out for the development of apps for both iOS and Android, but they're offering separate bonuses and incentives to get people to sign up and play; regardless of whether the user already visits via a desktop. So this shows that the operators themselves have been instrumental in the growing trend that has seen so many people preferring to gamble on the go rather than play via a desktop computer.


The most visited online casinos tend to be those that are operated by the biggest names in sports betting really, especially when it comes to UK users. The fact that Google Play have now started to allow gambling apps back into their store after a 4 year absence, will only serve to make gaming and gambling on the go even more popular. Smartphones and tablets are still playing catch up when it comes to desktops, but they're beginning to close the gap and it won't be too long before they take an even bigger share of the casino market.

 


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