Android Betting Apps on Betting App Store
Here’s the summary of the top Android betting apps available at the current time. This list refers to Android betting apps with a mainly sports betting theme. More often than not, these can have internal links to other types of betting and gaming. However, you can also find more specific apps and mobile site reviews related to casino, poker and bingo here on bettingappstore.co.uk.
- Top App: BookieBoost – Access all of the following bookmaker apps from this single Android betting app. Plus, they have betting tools including betting accumulators, acca betting calculators, . Download it from our app store or from bookieboost.com.
- Bet365 Android Betting App
- William Hill Android Betting App
- Ladbrokes App for Android
- Sky Bet Android Betting App
- Paddy Power Android Betting App
- BetVictor Android Betting App
- Coral Android Betting App
- Betfred Android app
- Unibet Android app
- Titanbet Sports Android app
- Betfair Android app
- Sun Bets Android app (sport)
- Betting Calculator app
Android is Google’s Linux-based operating system and one of the most popular. Google acquired the mobile operating system from Android Inc in 2005. Historically, you were not allowed to download apps from Google’s Play Store that allow gambling or betting to take place. This is one of the main reasons why bettingappstore.co.uk mainly came into existence. This is in contrast to Apple’s App Store where betting apps are very much permitted.
Where you need to install such Android apps via APK files, it is necessary to change your security permissions on your Android device. This means going into your settings and allowing the installation of apps from what Android terms “Unknown Sources”. When you have done that, you will be able to install the APK file that you require. Alternatively, or if you just don’t like allowing these unknown sources, there are quite a few mobile betting sites available. Most of these are in html5 which gives users a very smooth experience much like an installed app.
Here is a list of Android manufacturers that most of the apps found here can be used on: HTC, Asus, Samsung, Huawei, Acer, LG, Motorola, Sony, ZTE, Kyocera.