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App-Y Birthday – Android Is 10 Years Old Today

Doesn’t time fly? Google’s Android operating system turns 10 years old today, having first been launched in September 2008. Since that time, it’s fair to…The post App-Y Birthday – Android Is 10 Years Old Today appeared first on Mobile Betting Site.

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NEW Report: Best Casino Apps Reviewed & Tested

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By popular demand, we’ve added a new article. In it we share our detailed analysis of the latest mobile casino apps. We show you what’s good, what’s bad, what to look for and why. Plus, why you should NEVER trust the gambling app ratings on the official marketplace…

In this article you’ll learn about the best casino apps for Android and iPhone. If you’ve tried to find a good mobile slots, roulette, blackjack or poker app on Google Play or App Store, you’ll know just how difficult it is. Many of the options listed on the official stores are not actually real money games at all. Worse still, some of them look like their reviews might be fake. Also, some are from providers you’ve never heard of, so how do you know you can trust them with your money?

Don’t worry though, because we’re here to help. Our testing team has already done all the hard work for you, and now we can reveal the results that SOME mobile casino operators will not want you to see….

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Android Owners: What Are The Best Betting Apps For Your Phone?

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This month we published a ton of new content and revised and updated a load of our existing articles as well. One piece that was in particular demand was the Android betting apps reviews. You can take a look at that here: https://www.mobilebettingsite.com/mobile-betting-for-android/

With Android being the most popular operating system on mobile (sorry Apple, but it's a fact) it's not surprising that people were asking us to overhaul and update this list.

There are so many Android betting apps on the market, it's an impossible task for just one person to go through and test them all. So how is the user meant to decide which one to download? Sure you could use the ratings on Google Play, but as many of us know, a lot of those ratings are fake.

And what's more, many of the best apps aren't on Play at all, thanks to Google's (now revoked) stance on real money betting. Many vendors just don't bother listing their apps on the marketplace and get you to download …