Playing Casino Games on Your Smartphone
Millions of people around the world play online casino games – their popularity is unbroker, even during the years of the financial crisis. The continuous development of mobile devices capable of running more and more sophisticated software over the internet is starting to boost the need for mobile casino solutions – many developers have them ready for implementation, but there are still some legal quirks, like the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006 in the US, limit their use.
Most online casinos choose to offer their players a mobile browser based version of their casino, complete with registration, deposit options, account management and games adapted especially to be used with touchscreens. I say most of them, because not all casinos have a mobile version, even if there is the need for it. Players of mobile casinos have the same benefits as those playing the downloadable version – the same bonuses, promotions and rewards. Some casinos ever offer special rewards, freerolls and other promotions for mobile players.
One of my favorite online casinos – I play there a lot, from my desktop PC and my tablet – is the Euro Palace online casino. The casino is also available as an app in the Google Play store, as well, but as I couldn’t find out if the developer of the app is the casino operator, I chose the mobile browser version instead.
Speaking of the operator – the Euro Palace, as well as several other popular online casinos, is operated by the Fortune Lounge group. The company – as far as I know – has the custom to use the same monthly promotions in each of its casinos, but when it comes to weekly Euro palace mobile casino promotions, the players are informed of them by e-mail each time they are available.
As I said before, I play the Euro Palace games on my tablet and my PC, but mostly on my PC, as the list of games available at the mobile version of the casino is not as long and rich as the downloadable one. This is the only thing that makes me play more on my desktop PC – some of my favorite games are not touchscreen-friendly just yet. I hope this situation changes soon, as I prefer sweeping and touching while lying in my bed than sitting in front of my desktop for hours (I don’t have a too comfortable chair, I’m afraid…).