How To Download Coral Betting App

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Coral App Download

If you are out and about, perhaps even at a sporting event, then using your mobile phone or tablet is the easiest and quickest way to bet. Coral now have their own app and mobile site that allows users instant access to the thousands of markets offered by the bookmaker each day. Coral’s software has been designed to work sympathetically with a range of smartphones, including iPhone and Android based handsets and is also fully compatible with tablet devices, such as the iPad.

How to get Coral on your phone

Getting the Coral app on your handset is very simple. You can access the site by simply typing in the Coral web address on your browser. This activates software which recognises you are accessing the site from a tablet or smartphone and adapts its presentation to suit your chosen device.

1. Pick up your smartphone or tablet and open the browser – navigate to this page if you’re not already on it using your mobile or tablet device.

2. Click here to open a new account with Coral, don’t forget you can qualify for a £20 free bet when you join!

3. Click the green ‘bet now’ button or if you go straight to the app click the yellow ‘Join Us’ button.

4. Fill out your details in full and open your account.

5. Once your account is open you can log in and use the app – now just add to favourites or add a shortcut to your homepage to access the app whenever you want!

Coral’s intuitive software enables the site for optimal use on your choice of handset. The software will recognise which type of handset or tablet is accessing it and adjust how the menus are presented for optimal use on your particular handset.

To use Coral on your mobile or tablet, open an account first by clicking here!

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Key Features of the Coral Mobile Site

Coral Mobile AppCoral’s betting app offers a wide range of bets across a broad scope of sporting events, as well as access to casino games, poker, bingo, lotto and more. In terms of sports betting, Coral focus on the most popular sports to bet on, notably football, greyhounds and horse racing, though they do focus on various top sporting events throughout the year, such as Premier League Darts, World Championship Snooker, American Football and major Boxing events.

Using the site on a phone or tablet is very simple with a user-friendly design and simple to follow interface meaning that even the mobile novice should have no problems accessing the site.

Other positive points include:

  • The ability to bet from anywhere you can get a reliable WiFi or 3G connection.
  • Coral mobile allows users to bet in play on certain sporting events.
  • Coral offer a good results service, and an excellent statistics section which is ideal for researching potential markets and identifying trends.
  • Coral also offer a range of offers each week to punters playing either via mobile or their PC.

Coral Betting App Smartphone and Tablet Compatibility

Coral’s site offers superb compatibility across Android and Apple-based devices. Its software is not system specific and instead recognises the handset or tablet that is used to connect to the browser and automatically adjusts the display to suit each individual device. With added compatibility set to be confirmed for BlackBerry handsets shortly, most mobile phone and tablet devices should have virtually no problems using the Coral application.

Mobile App v Coral iPad App

Coral iPad App

Coral have on of the worst looking (or boring looking if you prefer) but most user-friendly apps on the market today.

In terms of differences between using the app from an iPad compared to a smartphone, the key issue here is screen size. The larger screen size of the iPad allows the Coral app to display more icons and markets on screen at any one time without the screen appearing cluttered. Navigating using the device from market to market is also easier on the Coral iPad app.

They’ve recently redesigned their website and it would be better if the Coral iPad app reflected this and wasn’t just a bigger version of the mobile app.

The Verdict

Coral are one of the longest established bookmakers in the UK, having been founded initially in 1926 by Joe Coral. Since then the Coral name has continued to trade as a bookmaker, though the parent company has changed several times. The company is currently the third largest bookmaker in the UK, with a market share estimated at 20%.

The company has over a decade of experience in offering online services to its customers and that experience allied to years of experience in the betting industry across the UK and now Europe, means that Coral customers expect and receive a good quality service.

The site is user-friendly, though can appear cluttered slightly on smaller handsets. On larger handsets though, the spacing is fine. Navigating between the site and sister sites, such as the casino or bingo sites, is very easy.

The odds on offer from Coral tend to be middle of the road prices. We’ve found other bookmakers, like BetVictor or Bet365, do tend to offer better odds for the most part, but there are occasions when Coral odds to compare well (such as on the First Goalscorer market for Premier League games).

To use the Coral app, join Coral now by opening an account by clicking here and for more information on Coral, check out our Coral bookmakers review here!

the Cheeky Punter

the Cheeky Punter

The Cheeky Punter is an professional online sports bettor and trader with over 15 years of experience in the industry. He has worked for a number of top bookmakers including Ladbrokes, William Hill and Coral. He's also written for a number of leading news outlets including the Guardian, i (newspaper) and Soccer Lens. More about him here.