How Mobile Sports Apps Are Changing the World

Mobile sports apps are changing the world. In the current climate nearly everyone of the developed world has a smartphone, reports suggest that by the by the end of 2014 there will 1.75billion smartphones in the world – that is stupefying.

A direct correlation of the rise of smartphones has been the increased participation in betting – the 2014 World Cup saw Britain wager more than £1bn, over 60% was staked via mobile – a 750% increase from the 2010 World Cup.

Betting applications are actually one of the most streamlined, complete and efficient apps available. Not only can you bet in-play with them, you can also check the news and even interact with others via them. For sport fans they should be considered a must have app.

Betfair, one of the market leaders in the industry, have gone all Inception on the betting app industry, i.e. they have added so many more layers to the norm – luckily though, you won’t get stuck in limbo. The Betfair trading apps include the innovative Betting Assistant, and BetTrader for the more experienced gamblers. 

Gambling is no longer looked at with disdain; it is a sophisticated hobby that is attracting more and more people. There are those who don’t gamble, that’s their prerogative, but even though the app may be based for those looking to gamble you don’t actually need to. They are a good way of finding out what sport is on, if your team is playing you can find out who has been selected and these apps also provide commentary, live sport updates and some even allow for live streaming.

If you were partial to a bet then the app makes more sense than the any other app available in the store. They offer in-play betting, enhanced odds and even allow you to cash out whenever you feel ready.

So, if you are a sports fan and you feel that your phone is lacking in that department get yourself a betting app, you’ll be amazed with just how much they have to offer.

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