The mobile version of Gamb which was the base for this review is not designed as a downloadable app with native code. As an alternative, users can avail of a browser-based HTML5 app. Utilizing these mobile sites is possible without having to download an app via App Store or apk, making the process easy. You have the chance to easily start playing by opening the official website utilizing any smartphone or tablet. Every device, including your Android smartphone, iPhone or Google phone, can open the website correctly as the site is designed responsively. Look at the chart below for a listing of compatible devices.
Native applications require updates or possibly even the installation of the latest apk on a regular basis. As a result, you might be confronted with a possible security issue, even though Gamb is a trustworthy operator. Therefore, you should never download Apple Swift App files or apk files from sites other than original sources or alternatively the Google Play Store / Apple App Store. This advice is not only relevant for casino apps. Moreover, programming such a large number of games (again: 1.629+!) into one native app is an amazingly tricky technical challenge. Safari, Chrome, Firefox or another HTML5 browser, however, is all that is required to make use of the responsive Gamb app.
With a current selection of around 20 software providers, for example Pragmatic Play, NetEnt and Play’n GO, players are able to avail of a wide variety of top games. Not only 3D slots, but also live casino games (e.g. from Microgaming, Pragmatic Play and Ezugi) can be tried out with the mobile casino. Moreover, you can also profit from a sports betting area. Sports betting btw. is better suited for native apps as it updates less often and there are no game providers to coordinate. However, using this browser-based app customers can also visit the betting section.