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Just as with on line casinos’ desktop software, their mobile applications are largely made by a few big providers. Find out if your favourite games are all made by one company and look for other casinos that use the same software.

List of Software Alternatives

Read our analysis of the different mobile casino software applications below. In addition, each article will present some of the main sites that use the corresponding platform. If you’ve got no time to plough the rich fields of detail try one of our top recommendations.

No. Software In Brief Best App
1 Barcrest Not exactly the classiest video slot apps around but probably one of the broadest selections - think quantity over quality [read more...]
2 IGT Mobile IGT or ‘International Game Technology’ is positioning itself to take the lead in mobile and social casino entertainment from [read more...]
3 Microgaming for Mobile Some unexpected surprises in our top five - with Microgaming making new friends every day, the best casinos offering its mobile casino games can change frequently [read more...]

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4 Playtech Mobile Platform Late in 2012, Playtech launched a brand new mobile-optimised platform and two of the biggest names in on line casino were quick to pounce. Watch out for more big players moving to Playtech mobile in [read more...]

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5 Probability plc Casinos The casino games made by Probability for mobile platforms are so far only available at a few of the most forward-thinking sites. Compare three of the best here [read more...]

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Different mobile software developers are trialling varying methods of writing and deploying their applications. In this way, there is a very real sense in which one company’s apps may be prove to be better than another’s.

In addition, it’s quite possible that a new company will come along with a fresh way of thinking about how how to optimise casino games for portable devices. Look out for new casinos showcasing the Alchemybet platform, already in use at PocketFruity. IGT is another company that is just getting going too.

Conclusion

It’s still early days in mobile casino land. None of the companies above can really claim to have stolen much of a lead over the rest. Certainly not one that couldn’t be eroded in the early months of 2013. In particular, improvements in mobile phones’ web browsers and their support for the new HTML5 standard are sure to have huge ramifications.