The recently upgraded mobile casino app from renowned gaming operator 888casino has been fully optimized for the iPhone 5. It is fully compatible with all other iOS smartphones and tablets, including the iPod Touch and iPad. Version 1.0.6 is 47.1 MB to download and install and is available in 16 languages. These include Polish, Spanish, Swedish, Chinese, Turkish, French, German and English among others. A minimum system requirement of iOS 4.3 or later must be met, but otherwise full compatibility with all Apple smartphones and devices is guaranteed.
An Authentic Casino Experience
The mobile gaming developers at 888 toiled long and hard to strike a balance between functionality, realism and gaming variety with the iPhone app. Owing to the rather limited screen sizes of smartphones and tablets, the tech developers created a robust, dynamic and user-friendly interface for mobile enthusiasts. Among others, players have access to quick-click functionality, on-the-go entertainment with minimal interruptions and seamless gameplay. The technology has advanced to the point where players can now enjoy live roulette games on the go.
Practice-Play Mode or Real-Money Mode
The 888casino iPhone app is ideal for skill-based games and chance-based games. Such is the all-encompassing nature of the software, that players can effectively enjoy an experience on par with the PC-based platform. The same username/password combination is entered to enjoy the mobile gaming client, and players can deposit via the mobile app.
Real-money games as well as practice-play games are readily available to iOS players – another genuine benefit of the technology. Version 1.0.6 features an impressive range of casino games including: Adventures in Orbit, Freaky Fruit, Euro Reels, Roulette Touch, Dr. Love, Top Spin Snooker and others. 888casino was awarded Best Online Casino of the Year (2013 EGR Awards), as well as Best Casino of the Year (2012 Total Gaming Awards).
Apple Dominates Android
The numbers of Apple players at online gaming sites is on the rise, especially since Apple’s resurgence in the latter half of 2013. While some 81% of all smartphone devices shipped during the 3rd quarter of 2013 were Android products, Apple raked in 56% of overall profits in the mobile market in the third quarter of the year. The only the real rival to Apple is Samsung – a higher-quality Android smartphone/tablet. Some 50% of all app revenues generated during the third quarter of 2013 came from Apple smartphones and tablets.