You never know when that betting tip will come, the one which brings in the big money. Betting in-play is big business these days, it gives the user a chance to act on the knowledge they have available. With tonight’s return to Champions League football, Arsenal face a trip to Munich to face Bundesliga leaders Bayern. Arguably there has never been a better season to play Bayern, but with Arsenal not firing on all cylinders of late, it could be a close game. If you did have a punt on Arsenal winning only to see the game turning against the Gunners, you may need the cash out option which many apps offer.
The chances are if you have an account with the biggest betting companies, you will have their app too. Are you on the right one though? Let’s have a review of the best betting apps around at the moment to see if you could be missing out on something.
Bet 365 have a very professional and dynamic app. The user can switch between sports, in-play, and financial betting in one touch. Live streaming the major selling point and is available on more than 40,000 events each year. The Champions League will only be available in audio via the app but other competitions are regularly shown. Bet 365 are currently running an offer on in-play bets for the Arsenal match. Bet 365 are offering 6/1 odds for Arsenal to win this game, and 9/4 to qualify for the next round.
The Sky Bet app has a 4.5 star rating from almost two hundred reviewers. The app is easy to use and pleasing on the eye. Bets can be placed quickly regardless of the device you are using. You can check how your bets are doing, the match stats and cash out all in one place. They offer a pundit’s prediction on a number of matches for those looking for that extra bit of knowledge. App users can take advantage of particular price boosts where by the odds are increased on certain bets. For example, Sanchez to score at any time in an Arsenal win has increased from 13/2 to 10/1 odds. A standard Arsenal win with Sky Bet is 5/1.
William Hill’s app also comes with a high rating from the app store due to is look and ease of use. They also have a number of exclusives offers which are only available through the app. One such offer is the ‘acca insurance’ whereby if using the app and betting on 6 outcomes but one lets you down (such as an unlikely Bayern win!) then you will get your steak back as a free bet. William Hill also offer enhanced odds on certain prices, as with Sky Bet. Arsenal are 6/1 to win this match with William Hill and to qualify for the next round the Gunners are 2/1.
The app offered up by Paddy Power not only boasts great visuals but users can also flick easily between sports, casino and games. The app also offers exclusive bonuses and you can find these any time using its own option on the menu bar. The ease of use is the apps major selling point and markets can be listed A-Z to make things easier. A cash out button is always available on the main menu bar to make this process quick and easy. An Arsenal win in this match with Paddy Power is 11/2 and to qualify for the next round the Gunners are 15/8.
Whatever your reason for choosing an app, make sure it has all the features available to you. A good app should be easy to navigate with a good user interface. It should have all the markets available to suit your interests as well as having the ability to notify you when your bet comes in. Finally, being able to watch or listen to the action is a big feature on some apps allowing the user track the action.
All odds were accurate at the time of writing – gamble safely folks!