Betting on mobile devices and betting in-play are probably the two biggest trends in the betting industry at the moment – and now you can combine the two! As well as slick mobile versions of their websites, most major bookmakers have their own mobile apps available for all the top devices.
These mobile betting apps allow their customers to bet on live events and even watch live streams, wherever they are and whatever device they're using. Betting in-play has never been easier, so which are the best mobile apps for betting in-play? Let gambling.com guide you through the top six mobile in-running betting apps:
William Hill labels itself as “the home of mobile betting” – a bold claim to make. Its mobile app is one of the most popular betting apps on the market, though it must be said that when it comes to in-play betting, William Hill is not quite up to the standard of some of its main competitors.
The homepage displays all current live events, but there is no schedule of upcoming events as on other sites, while the extensive live streaming programme that can be found on the desktop version is limited on the mobile site. It does allow players to cash out (or cash in, as they call it), however, and the app is available across all the main mobile operating systems.
If you sign up for a new sports betting account at William Hill today, you'll receive an extremely generous Free Bet promotion sure to get you started off on the right foot! The promotion is good through both the app and the main site.
The Ladbrokes mobile app is certainly one of the best-looking out there, with a clean and modern design coupled with the company’s trademark red branding. The content is pretty good too, and it's easy for users to find the events that they're looking for thanks to the excellent design.
There is live streaming of selected events across sports such as football, tennis and horse racing and, of course, a huge range of in-play markets. The app is available in the App Store and Windows Store, while those on Android devices can simply enter the address of the website into their browser to access the same features.
Players looking to get started with Ladbrokes today can visit the bookie's main website and enjoy an excellent Welcome Bonus. Once you've signed up for your account and downloaded the app, you can start betting live immediately!
Choice of betting markets is where the Paddy Power mobile app excels when it comes to live betting. Name a sporting event happening somewhere in the world and it will probably be available at Paddy Power. The same extensive range of sports that can be found on the main desktop website is also there on the mobile app, including traditional Irish sports like Gaelic football and hurling.
The recently relaunched app features a new one-touch betting option, the ability to cash out and is available across all main platforms (iOS, Android, Windows and Blackberry). Android users can simply head to the mobile site in their browser; it's hard to ignore the banner advertising the mobile app.
If you choose to visit Paddy Power and download the app, Paddy Power will reward you with a stellar New Player Bonus. Utilising a generous promotion like the one from Paddy Power can help in-play punters truly maximize their winnings!
bet365 has always prided itself on being a pioneer of in-play betting, even running TV adverts at half-time during televised matches with the latest live odds. The company was one of the first to offer markets such as number of corners and number of cards in a football match, which are now commonplace.
The mobile app certainly lives up to bet365’s reputation and has been designed with a big focus on in-running betting. With its emphasis on in-play, bet365 is one the leaders when it comes to live streaming, with a wide range of sporting events available to watch live on mobile devices at any given time.
Bet365 also boasts one of the best welcome bonuses around, with up to £200 in free bets available to new members. If you're not new to the operator but want to try the app, there are plenty of returning-player promotions offered throughout the year to enjoy!
In-play betting features prominently on the Coral mobile app, offering thousands of markets across a wide range of sporting events all over the world. The Coral app also features live horse racing streaming from all major races in the UK and Ireland, as well as daily enhanced prices that are exclusive to the mobile app.
Mobile players can manage their Coral account through the app and can also cash out on selected markets. The app is available on Android, Apple and Blackberry devices. Since gambling apps are not permitted in the Google Play store, there is a page on the desktop website where players can enter their phone number or email address and have the download link sent to them.
New Coral users can access a bonus of £20 in free bets when they bet just £5 following their first deposit with the bookmaker. The Free Bet is good to use from any device including through the app, so there is no reason to not to get live betting today!
NetBet may not be as much of a household name as the others in this list but its mobile app is up there with the best, offering a large range of in-play markets. The focus is on football, but players can also bet on tennis, golf, rugby and other live events.
The app can be downloaded from the Apple App Store and from the Amazon Appstore, while Android users can manually download the app from the website, or request to have a download link texted to them.
NetBet also gives out a free £10 bet when you place a mobile bet for the first time, which is a nice little bonus. Punters simply need to register for a new NetBet account and download the app to enjoy the top mobile in-play betting app!
*Editor's Note* | All the apps in this list are free to download. Remember to keep them updated to get the latest features and highest level of security.
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