Ipad 2 Betting Apps and Sites

Best iPad Betting AppsIf you’re looking for iPad 2 betting sites and apps then you’ve come to the right website. The iPad 2, as well as other tablet style computers open up a range of possibilities for online and mobile betting. The ability to display a great deal of information on the screen at once, as well as being ultra-portable is viewed as the ideal device for punters on the move. Which bookmaker has taken the best advantage of the iPad’s capabilities?

*Note: All apps listed will work on any generation iPad as well!

#1 For iPad – Paddy Power

Paddy Power iPad AppPaddy Power has used all their experience with their iPhone app to come up with something really special for the iPad 2. Both versions look very similar it has to be said, but why change a winning formula?

Paddy Power has struck exactly the right balance between graphics and usability. The graphics and aesthetics of the Paddy Power app are good enough so the app doesn’t look bland or boring, but at the same time, the app still runs quickly even on a slow connection, and you don’t end up waiting ages for the pretty graphics to download.

As you would expect, you can access all of the thousands of sports markets that Paddy Power has to offer, as well as a number of special markets too. You can also quickly and easily go straight to the next horse race in the UK or Ireland, which is a nice feature if you are a racing fan. The app is easily downloaded and Paddy Power even throws in a £20 free bet bonus with the app. This really is the best iPad 2 betting app out there.

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#2 For iPad App – Bet365

Bet365 iPadWhen it comes to the best iPad 2 gambling apps Bet365 aren’t far behind Paddy Power. With the Bet365 app, not only can you place a bet any day of the year, but you can also bet from anywhere you may be. One of the advantages of the Bet365 app however is its multi-language feature, meaning you can use this even if your first language isn’t English. This is probably why their user-base is among the largest anywhere.

The app itself is well put together, and boasts access to over twenty thousand sports per year. Like some of the other top mobile gaming apps, it also features live coverage of many sports too, with streaming available once bets are placed. This works well on the iPad, as there is plenty of space for odds as well as live feeds.

As well as a comprehensive sports book, Bet365 also boasts access to their casino from the iPad app, with games such as Roulette, Poker and other online games available.

This app comes in a close second only through its choice of slightly blander colours than Paddy Power’s app. Another app well worth it’s place on our best apps list.

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#3 For iPad App – Betfred

Betfred App For iPadThe third choice app for the iPad 2 goes to BetFred, for their app which offers just as many choices as the other two, but just comes up short on the usability stakes. It’s quick enough, but sometimes you get the feeling the others are just slightly more intuitive and user-friendly.

BetFred do have a few tricks up their sleeve however, especially with their quick register system that allows you to open an account and start placing bets in minutes. They also use the extra screen real estate to good use, so you can find the markets you’re interested in quickly and easily. Their quick links system really helps here so users can find markets they have previously betted on.

BetFred also offer a number of markets, including their casino, bingo and lotto games that are very popular as well as the sports books. BetFred also accepts bets on special markets such as the weather and political outcomes.

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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.