Well unsurprisingly, the major bookmakers have pulled out all the stops to make its mobile platform available to all, but which are the best apps for placing bets? Read on to find out…
#1 For Nokia – Paddy Power
BEFORE you download the Paddy Power app for your Nokia phone you must open an account – click here for instructions and get a £20 free bet deal!
The number one bookmaker from Ireland is also your best bet when it comes to placing bets on your Nokia handset. Using your Nokia, you can quickly and easily log onto Paddy Power’s mobile site and do everything you can do on their main website. This includes gambling on any of the multitude of markets available, and also “in play” markets. This Nokia app is particularly good when it comes down to speed. In fact, it’s quite a smooth experience and easy to use.
The Paddy Power Nokia offering allows you to keep in contact with your account whilst on the move by giving you 100% access to your account. You can do absolutely everything you need while on the move, including looking up formbooks, stats and check results. As you would expect, everything is also laid out elegantly, so there’s no problems with finding anything, and most features aren’t far away.
Paddy Power’s uncluttered views are great for the Nokia, and you have the option of closing any parts of the screen you don’t want to see, meaning you can concentrate on the parts you do.
As said above you MUST open an account with Paddy Power before the app will work – click here to get your account and get £20 in free bets!
#2 Nokia Betting App – Bet365
To get the Bet365 app to work first open an account – find out how here and get up to a £200 BONUS deal!
Bet365 are a close second behind Paddy Power when it comes down to the best for Nokia phones. There’s barely a horses’ nose between them in fact. Like the Paddy Power mobile app, the Bet365 app lays everything out in an easy to understand way that works exceptionally well on the Nokia. You can bet on virtually anything you like, with tons of markets on offer, plus you can bet “in play” and view live streams of some races and sports events.
The only separating factor is the way Bet365 displays its data. Its use of greys makes it look a bit dull and minimalistic, but it’s only really the aesthetics that let it down. The actual functionality is good, and you can do anything on the app that you can do on the Bet365 site.
It’s worth noting too that the Bet365 app is particularly good for customers who don’t use English as their first language. The app is available in many different languages.
Open an account and claim the £200 BONUS offer before you download the app – click here to get your account now!
#3 For Nokia – BetFred
First open your Betfred account or the app won’t work – click here for instructions and get a £25 FREE BET!
BetFred’s Nokia app is a good one, and although maybe not quite as useful as the first two, you can still do a lot here and the app is particularly useful if you already have a Betfred account.
Perhaps the most intuitive feature of the Betfred app is the inclusion of “quick links”, which as you might guess allows you a quick and easy way to access the markets the app thinks you’d be most interested in. This is all rather clever, and you can still access any of the other markets by using their menu structure.
You can find most markets available on BetFred’s app, including bingo, lotteries, financial bets and special bets (such as politics). Despite all of this, it’s felt that Paddy Power and Bet365 have the slight edge on BetFred when it comes to the Nokia however, as their apps seem more suited to the Nokia handsets. The BetFred app was perhaps a little more power hungry than the others, which meant it ran a bit slower, which was not a huge problem but noticeable.
To try the Betfred app and get a £30 free bet open an account before downloading – click here to get your account open now!