First things first, you need to decide which form of casino access works best for you. Some people love using apps. Others prefer to keep their internal storage space as free as possible. Either way, the game play experience is the same. Let’s take a closer look at these options…
iPhone Casino Apps
As the not-so-old saying goes, “There’s an app for that!” Almost every online casino worth mentioning has a downloadable app these days; two of them, actually – one for Apple iOS, and one for Android. What’s not so easy is finding the download links to get them.
App stores have different policies for different regions of the world. In the UK, every app imaginable is available. In the US, legal definitions can make them highly restricted. If you’re in Canada like me, real money casino apps are available on the App Store, but you’ll have a hard time differentiating between the real ones, and the social gaming apps that don’t pay cash winnings.
You’re better off going directly to the source. First, you’ll need to choose your online casino. You’ll find more information on that in the next section – How to Find a Safe iPhone Casino. Then, look for their mobile section and press on the Apple logo to download the app.
iPhone Casino No Download
If you’re tired of clogging up your phone with one app after another, you’ll be glad to know that the recent shift to HTML5 has resulted in omni-optimization for all operating systems, desktop and mobile. The same games that have been played on a Windows computers are the same games that can now be played on an iPhone or iPad, Android devices, even Blackberry and Linux / Ubuntu operating systems.
HTML5 essentially replaced Flash-based gaming, making it possible for anyone using a compatible browser (Safari, Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Edge, etc.) to play casino games without having to download any software.