Best Blackberry Apps For Online Betting

Last Updated: May 4, 2020
Betting Apps For BlackberryOn this page of you’ll find a list of the best Blackberry betting apps and sites.

With everyone talking about iPhones and Androids these days, it’s sometimes easy to forget that Blackberry is also a solid platform for smart phone apps, and sometimes these apps are superior to their touch-screen counterparts. If you have a Blackberry and fancy a bet from your phone however, which app would you choose?

Best Blackberry Betting Apps

The following is a list of the best Blackberry compatible betting apps:

  1. Bet365
  2. Betvictor
  3. Coral
  4. Betfred
  5. William Hill
Bet365 App
5 | 5
  • 5 star rating in our review
  • Largest sign up bonus offer.
  • Best app for live streaming.
  • Trusted worldwide betting brand.
Open Account Offer ,Bet £10 & Get £50 in Free Bets for new customers at bet365. Min deposit requirement. Free Bets are paid as Bet Credits and are available for use upon settlement of bets to value of qualifying deposit. Min odds, bet and payment method exclusions apply. Returns exclude Bet Credits stake. Time limits & T&Cs apply.
Betvictor App
5 | 5
  • Weekly free bet club for ongoing value.
  • Live streaming (multiple sports) available on mobile.
  • Great for in-play betting with live scoring and stats.
  • Great sign up deal, especially for lower stakes punters.
18+ new customers only. Opt in, bet £5 at odds 2.00+ within 7 days of registering, no cashout. Get 2x £10 Free Bets, set events at odds 2.00+. Plus £10 Slot Bonus, selected games, wager 20x to withdraw max £250. 7 day bonus expiry. Card payments only. T&Cs Apply. | Please gamble responsibly
Coral App
4.5 | 5
  • Weekly offers for ongoing value.
  • Live streaming (multiple sports) available on mobile.
  • Great for in-play betting with live scoring and stats.
  • Great sign up deal, especially for lower stakes punters.
18+ New UK+IRE customers. PayPal and certain deposit and bet types excluded. Min first £5 bet within 14 days of account reg at min odds 1/2 = 4 x £5 free bets valid for 4 days on sports, stake not returned, restrictions apply. T&Cs apply.
Betfred App
4 | 5
  • Most promotions of any online bookmaker.
  • Great reputation and UK license.
  • Quality range of betting markets on massive range of sports.
  • Biggest sign up bonus for new players.
New UK customers only. Register using the promo code BETFRED60, deposit and place first bet of £10+ on Sports (cumulative Evens+) within 7 days of registration. First bet must be on Sports. £20 in Free Bets to be used on Sports, £10 in Free Bets to be used on Lotto and 50 Free Spins (20p per spin) credited within 48 hours of bet settlement. Further £20 in Free Bets credited 5 days after settlement. Bonuses have a 7-day expiry. Payment restrictions apply. SMS verification and/or Proof of I.D and address may be required. Full T&Cs apply.
William Hill App
4 | 5
  • Weekly promotions rewards loyal customers.
  • Live streaming available on mobile via WHTV.
  • Accumulator insurance on all sports available.
  • Trustworthy and secure reputation.
18+. Play Safe. From 00:01 on 13.04.2022. £30 bonus. New customers only. Minimum £10 stake on odds of 1/2 (1.5) or greater on sportsbook. Further terms apply. #ad. T&C's apply

Compatible Devices

It’s fair to say that with the upsurge in popularity of both iOS and Android operated phones and tablets, Blackberry devices are not as widespread as they once were. They can still be great for using mobile apps, however, and the following are some popular Blackberry devices which are compatible with mobile betting:

  • Evolve2
  • Evolve
  • Key2
  • Motion
  • Aurora
  • KeyOne
  • DTEK50
  • DTEK60
  • Priv
  • Leap
  • Passport
  • Z3
  • Z30
  • Q5
  • 4G LTE
  • Curve 9320
  • Curve 9220
  • Torch 9810
  • Torch 9850
  • Playbook
  • Style 9670
  • Curve 3G 9300

Blackberry Review

Blackberry PhoneAs we’ve already mentioned above, the popularity of Blackberry phones and mobile devices has taken a significant hit in recent years thanks to the rise of iOS devices like the iPhone and Android operated smartphones. Plenty of people still use a Blackberry, however, and the devices have a couple of notable strengths and weaknesses when it comes to using mobile betting apps.

Why It’s Good for Betting Apps

Blackberry users need to use their device’s web browser to access the mobile betting offering of pretty much every bookmaker, rather than download an app. We will talk about how this can be seen as a weakness a little later, but it does also have an upside. That is that it is much quicker to use an online bookmaker for the first time and that you do not have to devote any of your device’s memory to the downloaded app.

Why It’s Not Good for Betting Apps

As we talked about above, Blackberry users have to settle for using the mobile websites of online bookmakers, as pretty much no betting provider offers a downloadable Blackberry specific app.

This is due to the declining popularity of Blackberry handsets in general and means that there are next to no apps which are specifically tailored to those handsets. This is unfortunate for some Blackberry users as it also means that some features of the different mobile sites can be a little trickier to navigate with Blackberry handsets that do not have a touchscreen/virtual keyboard.

Company Overview

Blackberry AppsBlackberry smartphones, tablets and related services are produced, marketed and retailed by Canadian Company BlackBerry Limited. That company was originally founded with the name Research in Motion Limited, in Ontario, Canada and on the 18th September 1996 launched their very first product. That product was the Inter@ctive Pager 900, a clamshell-type device that allowed two-way paging.

RIM’s pager and its subsequent updated versions proved to be successful, and in 1999 a new two-way pager device called the BlackBerry 850 was launched. The device was given that name due to the resemblance of the keyboard’s buttons to that of the drupelets that compose the blackberry fruit. Subsequent BlackBerry devices became popular, particularly with the business world, thanks to their incorporation of email capabilities within handsets which featured real keyboards that could be used with only the thumbs.

A multitude of ever more advanced BlackBerry handsets were developed and sold over the years and the company reached a peak of popularity in the latter part of 2013. At that time, BlackBerry had over 85 million global subscribers but their market share was soon to be challenged and eroded by both Apple and Android.

Due to this increased competition, the company was forced to lay-off workers in the coming years and to eventually begin producing and selling Android operated devices from 2015 onwards. In spite of this, however, the company’s subscriber numbers continued to fall and was recorded at just 23 million worldwide in the spring of 2016.

It seems unlikely, therefore, that BlackBerry will ever regain their position at the head of the global smartphone industry and as a result we’re not expecting any dedicated betting apps for Blacberry phones anytime soon.