Playing Casino Games On Your Mobile

A number of online casino sites have now launched a mobile casino section for players which allows you to download mobile casino games onto your mobile.

The majority of mobile casinos require you to sign up for an account at the main website and then go to the mobile page to download different mobile games. Mobile casino games still allow you to wager real money, however, the difference is that the selection of games is a lot smaller and you have to install them one by one on your mobile.

That’s why playing casino games on an iPhone casino app, such as the Wild Jack iPhone App, is so much better. Rather than downloading games individually, all you have to do is download the Wild Jack iPhone App from the App Store and you can play all of the games from a sleek, user-friendly lobby.

Most iPhone Casino Apps (including All Slots and 32Red) have approximately 10 or 11 real money casino games that you can play on your iPhone, including popular ones such as daftar slot online, video poker, roulette, blackjack, royal derby, multi-line slots, video slots, and keno. Although this is tiny compared to the range of games you can play online, it’s a neat collection of real money games and new games are constantly being released by the sites each month.

Another main advantage of playing casino games on your iPhone through an App is that you can make easy deposits, withdrawals and you have full access to your main online account. For example, you can make deposits with new credit/debit cards, Neteller, ClickandBuy, and more. This is much better than generic WAP-mobile casinos on devices such as the Nokia or Samsung, where you have to register a credit card to your account online beforehand, and even then you can only play gambling games with mobile “credits” which you then exchange for real money.

Unfortunately for US players, there are currently no US casinos that promote their own iPhone casino app. Most of the iPhone casino apps available to the UK and European players are developed by Microgaming and Spin3, who shut their doors to US players after the UIGEA 2006 became enforced. Even though US casinos such as Bodog have launched their own mobile casinos, including apps for the Android, this had to be rescinded from the iPhone market because Apple does not allow apps that use Java or Flash to be listed on their App Store.