The beauty with the Android operating system is that there’s an app for just about everything. Need a flashlight app? Sure. There are at least 1 million “super bright” flashlight apps in the app store. Need an app that reminds you to drink two litres of water every day? There are apps that send you push notifications every two hours reminding you to follow up with your commitments. There are dieting apps for all the diets out there; including the fad ones.
Gamblers can choose their own poison too. We saw an innovative online casino Netherlands that had a dedicated Android app where you could transact and play just like you would on the mobile version of their website. Developers like Zynga, Big Fish Gaming, DraftKings and in Logic Gaming have made apps that have subtle gambling aspects. We even have gambling apps that take a “hand-holding” approach where they’ll teach you rules to a game, let you practise the game and teach you new techniques. These apps tailor their gameplay based on the user’s skill such that you’re always practising on your weakest skills. Today, we’ll be looking at a few Android apps that are appreciated by gamblers across the globe.
1. Zynga Poker
With a million daily players and more than 100 million poker hands played on a daily basis, there’s no better place to play than on the world’s largest social poker network. The Zynga Poker app is available for free and