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myBet Mobile

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Is myBet available to bet on iPhone / iPad? Yes

myBet Web App is compatible with Apple devices (iOS) using Safari which means that you bet wherever you are. Play Now!

Is myBet compatible with Android Devices? Yes

myBet Web App is a sport betting app compatible with Android devices like Samsung Galaxy Note, Samsung Galaxy S3 or HTC One (web application). Play Now!

Is the web app compatible with other devices? Yes

As a web application, you can bet with myBet on any other smartphones whether it is a blackberry or a windows phone. Play Now!

Characteristics of the betting app

Native App :
No
Real Money :
Yes
Min Deposit :
5$/£
Live Betting :
Yes
Accepted players :
Australian, Canadian, Indian, Irish, New Zealander, South African, English,

Our review of myBet Web App

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Mybet is a German owned bookmaker operating from Malta since 2003, they are backed by a first-class reputation of safety and attractive odds and that is why I was disappointed when looking for their website on my Smartphone. I can't believe that in this day & age where practically anyone who bets online would also like to do it on the go, there are still large betting sites without proper mobile coverage.

Only up until very recently (January 2013) mybet had no device specific applications and have launched an Iphone only online site and even on this features are very limited. The Iphone version possesses modest looks and a poor coverage of sports with only football being presented. The App holds no Register or Deposit options which requires you to go to the regular website anyway to sign up. This is also a task in itself, after entering all your details you are asked to enter a confirmation code that is sent to you by email. This means that if you are a new user you must open 3 different pages just to place a simple bet.

The Iphone website has a very basic feel to it and seems to be done shoddily, it doesn't even fit well on the screen with overlapping information and parts of words at the side being left out. Those using Android or any other operating system are directed to their regular website which is a real pain with the text being too small to read without zooming- in and out. If you are unfamiliar with the website, this will surely put you off using Mybet.

However, Mybet mobile do have some positive points; They have excellent coverage of football and satisfactory coverage of other sports. Their website and support may be used in 8 different languages and boast a long list of deposit options which include Credit card, Paypal, Paysafecard, Skrill, Neteller, Bank transfer, Ukash and Trustpay. Also, when depositing for the first time you get a 25% bonus. Moreover, they have a host of security verification stamps at the bottom of the website to put your mind at ease.

Ok, so maybe their ordinary website may not be as bad on a Tablet device with a larger screen. However ,I suggest you steer away from this bookmaker for the time being if you plan to do your betting through your Smartphone.