The Mobile Trend Continues

No one would disagree that we now live in a mobile world and the trend towards having a bet using a mobile device has increased alongside the growth of mobile use.

If you think about it this makes a lot of sense because as technology advances and wi-fi becomes far more widespread many people now use mobiles for so many daily tasks as well as for sourcing  entertainment, and because of this statistics show that the growth of mobile gambling is exploding.

Another big trend towards mobile use is the cost of the devices as well as their availability. We can now buy a mobile device alongside our weekly shop that does the job of playing games perfectly reasonably.

Smartphone have actually become a culture in their own right and phubbing (or phone snubbing) which is the act of ignoring your partner in favour of your mobile phone has been put up there with money and child issues as one of the major reasons for relationships breaking up.

The gambling industry has always pioneered new technology and ideas, and now many online casino sites supply games that are totally optimised for mobile devices. This means you can for instance log into your favourite site (often without having to download an app) and play no deposit slots anytime and at anyplace you choose.

Another benefit for those wanting a bet using their mobiles is the many exclusive bonuses that are given to mobile users

The convenience that our mobile devices offer us  makes the mobile industry and all of the offshoots businesses attached to the industry incredibly lucrative. The trends in mobile gambling also show us that PC gambling is not as popular as it once was with mobile devices taking the spotlight.

This is a far cry from the days of old where having a bet on your mobile phone was quite frankly a terrible experience with games crashing half way through and devices being of inferior quality, although it wasn’t really that long ago that gambling actually appeared on the internet.

The consensus of thought is that mobile use will not decrease and should develop even more as technology advances and for those that enjoy having a bet or playing on their favorite games this can be nothing but good news.

Published by Larry Fire

I write an eclectic pop culture blog called THE FIRE WIRE that features articles about books, comics, music, movies, television, gadgets, posters, toys & more!

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