Mobile Bingo Explained
The definition is pretty straightforward, meaning little more than bingo sites you can access on mobile devices. All online bingo sites offer a mobile version of their main website, though some brands up the stakes by also developing a native mobile bingo app.
Mobile Bingo Games
The selection of bingo games for mobile devices includes all the same styles you’ll find on desktop sites, such as traditional 90-ball bingo and exciting variations like 80-ball, 75-ball, 52-ball and 30-ball bingo. Some games offer features like in-game bonus rounds and the chance to win everything from high street vouchers to huge cash jackpots, which makes finding new favourite bingo games pretty easy. Top bingo software developers, like Dragonfish, Entain and Gamesys, contribute to the range of mobile bingo games on offer, though we especially enjoy Playtech’s TV-themed bingo games like Emmerdale Bingo and Deal or No Deal Bingo. We also recommend Pragmatic Play’s brilliant Burst Bingo, which plays out up to four times faster than 90-ball bingo and is perfect for mobile.
Mobile Bingo Sites vs Mobile Bingo Apps
Mobile bingo sites are basically just smaller versions of their counterpart desktop sites. You can fire them up on any modern smartphone or tablet with an internet connection, making it easy to hang out in your favourite bingo rooms on the go. Mobile bingo apps are designed for specific operating systems like Android, iOS and Windows, and offer the same convenience as mobile bingo sites, but with extra perks on top. You can access an app in just a few taps, and will enjoy better security courtesy of biometric logins such as Face ID. You can also set up optional push notifications which are instant messages from the app that pop up on your home screen detailing the latest bingo bonus codes and other specific updates. Bingo apps are available as free downloads for iPhones and iPads from the App Store or from the Google Play Store for Android devices.