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No. Mobile Devices In Brief Best App
1 Acer Acer’s new tablets have struck at the right time, with the newest Android and the debut of Windows 8 on a device this size. We go over specs and Acer-ready casinos [read more...]


2 Android Tablets Google's dedicated Android OS for tablet computers means that casino game developers can choose to optimise their apps for devices like HTC's Flyer and Samsung's Galaxy Tab further than ever before [read more...]
3 Blackberry No need to feel hard done by if your only phone is a Blackberry: one mobile casino has your needs close to its heart and there may well be more to come [read more...]

mFortune Casino

4 HTC You've got one of the best phones out there and you deserve a casino app that is optimised for playing on your handset. First make sure you know whether its running an Android or Windows operating system. Then get stuck into the details [read more...]


5 Ice Cream Sandwich Not a device exactly, but if you've got one of the generation of phones with Android's Ice Cream Sandwich operating system then this article is for you [read more...]
6 iPad iPad optimisation doesn't just mean a game that works - the game needs to live and breath iPad-ness. We explore which apps have snuggled up closest to the king (or queen) of the tablets [read more...]

Wild Jack Mobile

7 iPhone The technological superiority of the iPhone led to widespread uptake among gamers a few years ago, with Android developers like Samsung only later catching up. During those years, though, mobile casino software developers made it a priority to create content for iPhones. As a result, the likes of WildJack Mobile Casino and mFortune were in an incredible position to develop [&hellip [read more...]


8 iPod Touch Game developers know that they have to build apps that are compatible with iOS or face consumer wrath. If your iPod Touch has WiFi then you can benefit from this as much as owners of any other Apple hardware can [read more...]
9 Kindle Fire Kindle Fire is Amazon’s mainstream tablet rather than e-reader, and it can deliver games as well as any other Android tablet. Kindle may even have more than normal tablets very soon! [read more...]
10 LG We focus on the LG Optimus in this article - just how optimised is it for playing roulette, slots and other similar games? Will the programmers be able to keep up with this phone's meteoric rise [read more...]
11 Motorola Find out how to get set up to play the best casino apps on your Motorola Droid, Defy or Backflip handsets. Compare casino games on Motorola phones with the experience on other Android OS devices [read more...]
12 Nokia Whether your phone is running Nokia's own Symbian OS or one of the Windows phone platforms, our article will make sure you choose the mobile casino software that is most compatible with your hardware [read more...]


13 Samsung Galaxy The most popular Android mobile in the world is also an amazing game-playing machine. We show where the real money fun times are at for Samsung phones [read more...]
14 Sony Ericcson Phones like Sony's Xperia don't come around every day so the best casino app developers need to be two or three steps ahead of the game. Find out which they are here [read more...]


15 Windows 8 Discover Windows 8 Phone, which casino games are available and how WP8 leads in the shift away from native apps [read more...]

As fast as mobile gaming has moved on in the last 12 months, it has still struggled to keep up with the pace of growth in the device sector. Not a day passes without a new HTC smartphone or Samsung Galaxy tablet. Barely an hour passes without someone somewhere suddenly discovering that their Android OS version isn’t as up-to-date as they would have liked, not to talk about new inventions that looked like science fiction not too long ago, such as Google Glass.


Casino games’ compatibility with different devices is a complicated area. You could probably write a book about it except that by the time you’d finished writing it, most of what you’d written would already be out of date. Mobile casino gaming is a rapidly evolving industry.