In this review I look at the mobile sports betting options you’ll find at Unibet. I start by explaining how you’ll get started at Unibet and detail the two distinct mobile options you’ll have. I then move on to detail the handy extra Apps you’ll find to aid with your betting.
Getting Started - Registering + Responsive Mobile Site v Unibet App
Your first step is to register at the website if you’re not a member of Unibet already. This will require you to fill in a form with your basic details (name, address etc) as well as choosing a username. You’ll now have the option of playing at both the website and going mobile. To see the mobile options click on the mobile tab on the site – here they’ll detail all of the Apps available across the site, including poker and casino options.
You’ll notice on this page that Unibet state that you can play instantly through the website on mobile devices – including all tablets and smartphones. In many ways this is the most straightforward option, as you’ll not need to download any software which takes up both memory on your device and some of your precious time! Simply head to the browser of your mobile device, type in the address and you’re ready to go.
The other option is using the Sports Betting App.
Unibet Sports Betting App
The Sports Betting App is available from both the Apple App store (for the iPhone and iPad) and the Windows phone store (for Windows phone 8). It’s a little more complicated with an Android device – downloading the App from the following website (click the download link at the site):
The Unibet sports betting App works in exactly the same way on a smartphone and a tablet – the only difference being the larger screen on a tablet. Unlike some sports betting Apps, you’ll not find too many menus and options at the top of the screen, meaning you’ll scroll down to find the areas of the site you want. You’ll find live betting at the top of the screen, followed by a list of the most popular betting events. Scroll down further and you’ll find a list of individual sports and below this you’ll find some of the most popular bets highlighted. You’ll add selections to your bet slip at the very bottom of the App.
Other Sports Betting Apps at Unibet
You’ll also find three handy gambling resource Apps at Unibet.
The first is the football stats centre (available on Apple devices) where you can receive detailed match reports, line ups and statistics and view upcoming matches.
The second is the Unibet Sports TV Guide (available on Apple devices) which shows all upcoming events that are streamed on Unibet. You’ll see up to date odds and you’ll also see listings for sports TV channels throughout Europe.
The third is the Tennis Livescore App (available on Apple devices) where you’ll find real time coverage of all the top tennis matches. You can view rankings, statistics, player profiles and a calendar detailing all upcoming events.
Unibet Sport Betting App – Overview
When you look at the number of mobile options at Unibet, it’s clear they are a company that doesn’t do things by half. Having the option of using both the mobile site and the App ensures that a great number of devices are catered for and the additional Apps are a nice extra (be even better if these were available on more than just Apple devices). The App and the mobile site are both easy to use, one small criticism being the fact that some users might prefer a menu button at the top, instead of all the scrolling. Overall, Unibet have to be recommended for their mobile betting options.
With years of experience, great odds and an ever-changing list of entertaining (and often profitable) player promotions. I strongly recommend you have Unibet available as an option - check out www.unibet.com for the apps and more now.