Mobile Bookmaker in the US

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
Jan/07/2019

When it comes to bookmaker apps, there are plenty of tools available and these are easy to use for today's savvy sportsbook operators. 

Apps as we know them are not plentiful in the U.S. when it comes to bookmakers unless they are state-licensed (i.e. Draftkings and FanDuel).

Functioning mobile websites are the next best thing.   This is where PayPerHead.com comes in.

From PayPerHead.com:

The price per head Internet engineers work tirelessly on improving and enhancing the mobile app that would go with your price per head website to make sure that it is something which would appeal to a broad range of online betting enthusiasts.The mobile betting app for your website would also be something that you could use to monitor your site and keep track of all of your transactions.

You would be able to see the bets being placed on your website and analyze past betting activity as well. You would be able to flag bettors who exhibit suspicious behavior, and you would also be able to keep a close eye on the money that comes into and goes out of your account. It is the most comprehensive mobile app in the online betting industry, and it is everything that you need to make your business as successful as it can possibly be.

The price per head Internet betting service is the most comprehensive online service provider in the industry. Its comprehensive suite of online betting tools is constantly being evaluated and updated by the price per head team of Internet engineers. If you want to make sure that your website has the latest technology and the most comprehensive mobile app in the online betting industry, then you need to get a subscription started today.

Simply visit the PayPerHead.com website on your mobile device and this is the look and feel of your customized betting site for clients (gamblers).

Mobile Web vs. Apps

Mobile apps, on the other hand, are applications that are downloaded and installed on a user's mobile device. An app can pull content and data from the Internet, similar to a website, or it can download the content so that it can be accessed without an Internet connection.

The advantages of an app is that they are not accessed via a browser. This makes them 1.5 times faster than mobile websites.

The app will observe a player's engagement and behavior to offer custom recommendations and filter updates for them depending upon their actual location in real-time.  The app developer has significant control over how the content is displayed while being able to control some features on one's phone.  

Apps, for example, can take control of a person's phone camera and take pictures. 

Despite all the great advantages of apps, not all businesses need one. PayPerHead.com engineers can create similar features on the mobile sites, and without having to create multiple versions (i.e. one for iOS and one for Android).

There are complex development concerns (screen sizes across devices for both platforms) and difficult maintenance.

Get More Information About the PayPerHead.com Mobile Capabilities Here

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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