Pokerstars launches online Android app in Spain; iOS app still in development

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pokerstars launches android mobile app in spainIt’s already known that since opening operations in Spain last month, PokerStars already has a hold of around 60% of cash play in the new Spanish-regulated online poker market.

Apparently, that success hasn’t hampered Stars from doling out even more playing options for its new Spanish customers. The world’s leading online poker site has rolled out their latest PokerStars mobile platform with the release of its newest Android app for Spain.

Similar to versions already introduced in Italy, France, and the UK, the Spanish Android app allows players to satisfy their poker cravings anytime and anywhere. PokerStars Spain says that the new app will change the way Spanish poker players the game, and who are we really to disagree?

The service has become a popular alternative to sitting on your computers all day and waiting for that ideal hand to fall into your laps. This time, you can be on-the-go and still get your poker juices going. The app will offer a plethora of options for mobile players, including Sit-n-Gos, tournaments, cash games, and even PokerStars’ new Zoom Poker.

Android phone users get first dibs on the app with the iOS app for the iPhone and iPad still in development. According to PokerStars, technicalities with Apple’s own approval process often takes longer than people would want to. Nevertheless, you can expect one soon, although no time table has been set on how fast that’s going to take.

Anybody that has had experience playing poker knows how time-consuming it can be. With mobile apps like this, you won’t have to worry about sitting in your couches until your posterior gets numb; you can play poker wherever there’s an Internet connection. Better yet, you can even do it while doing the deuce.

Yes, the marvels of technology knows no bounds.



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