Tag Archives: iOS
- Odobo Play Launches a Unique New Casino Game Discovery iOS App
January 30, 2015
Gibraltar, 27 January 2014 – Odobo, the Developer Program and Marketplace for regulated gaming, proudly announces the launch of the Odobo Play app – an innovative new games discovery application available for consumers globally via the iTunes App Store. The Odobo Play app is a unique consumer-facing showcase of the games...
- Why igaming must change today to meet the players of tomorrow
December 16, 2014
This is a guest contribution by Slotsquad.co.uk's Chief Editor James Isherwood. If you would like to submit a contribution please contact Bill Beatty for submission details. Thank you. As a consumer, it is the player that has the power to direct the course of the gaming industry, perhaps not alone but certainly in...
- William Hill notch 2m iOS downloads, team with Trinity Mirror on Mirrorracing.com
June 18, 2014
UK bookmaker William Hill is celebrating a mobile milestone as its iOS sports betting app topped the 2m download mark over the weekend, just as England played its first match of the 2014 FIFA World Cup. The app has been downloaded over 80k times in the first five days of...
- John Connelly on Mobile Gaming in US market
June 4, 2014
Becky Liggero is with John Connelly of Bally Technologies Inc., as he explains why mobile gaming is important to US market, and the biggest challenge in mobile gaming technology. In the past, hitting the tables to play blackjack or to try your luck at the slot machines required a visit...
- Apple users outspend Android; social casino news from Atari, Yahoo, Gamblit
April 6, 2014
App market analysts Distimo issued the first installment of a three-part report on the social casino app market last week which showed all the top social casino publishers making more revenue from the Apple App Store than from Google Play. The closest to an even split came from Willliams Interactive...
- Push Messaging: What It Is and How To Use It
January 7, 2014
Push notifications are a new development in the mobile app space, both for iOS and on Android. Back in the day when the systems were just starting out, there was no way for developers to keep the users informed about what was going on with the apps in the background....