Live Casino Online: Desktop vs. Mobile

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Published on:
Jan/07/2018

Clearly there are advantages to playing live casinos online either from your laptop or mobile device.

When it comes to playing at a live online casino via your laptop, the graphics and overall experience tend to be more spacious and exhilarating, and dare we say real.

From LiveCasino.com:

The fact that you don’t have to sacrifice half of your screen with either the actual stream or the betting layout, ultimately sets this version apart. The button layout is - as previously mentioned - very simplistic and easy to understand, so it won’t take you out of the action either.

Of course mobile live casinos have their advantages as well, offering something that a laptop cannot so easily provide.

Sure you can carry your laptop around with your travels, pull it out at restaurants, stadiums, parties, wherever.  This can get a little awkward however.  

Mobile devices, on the other hand, can be carried around in your pocket.  You can play on the live casinos the same way you would use your iPhone or Android to text, check out emails or access various websites.

Casino platforms like Evolution are working around the clock to improve the mobile experience, including with their live dealer roulette games, which just a few years ago would have been difficult to comprehend playing on a mobile device.

From LiveCasino.com:

We do like the general direction Evolution has taken with the mobile version, but there’s a few things to consider here. It’s true, you can play wherever you are and let the ball spin for a couple of casual rounds, but the smaller screen size could be a downside for some. The stream can be turned on and off and the button layout for camera angles etc. are found on the top or the right side for landscape or portrait mode respectively. For an optimal experience we would definitely recommend using landscape though, as this is quite clearly what it was intended and made for.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

 

 

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