Although there are a few differences, the first thing to note about the 21Bet app is how closely it hews to the look of the desktop version. Many of the same key features look the same. What we especially appreciated upon our first purview of the app was the fact that it contains the same sportsbook as the desktop version too. The design of the app is quite muted – with soft greys and yellows – making it easygoing on the eye. To find what you are looking for, you can access most things via the menu on the bottom left hand side of the screen – from there all of the sports and more specific options can be found. What was also striking about the app is the way it gets you straight on to the live page. This is a very nifty feature indeed.
In-play markets are really well represented here. As well as being on the homepage, you can access them via the bottom banner of the site. Next to in-play is the football – showing that 21Bet want to prioritise the biggest betting market. We also liked how, on the homepage, the promotions are available to you straight away – so you can get to the best deals as quickly as possible. It is this attention to detail that makes us really appreciate the 21Bet sports betting app.
How Easy Is It to Place a Bet?
The first question any bettor has, especially when he is pressed for time, is: How quickly can I get this bet off? Well, when it comes to the 21Bet application, placing a bet is extremely simple – and can be achieved with just 5 clicks of the screen. The first thing to make sure is that you have an account and are logged in, then make sure you are in the UK as this app cannot be used overseas. After you have done that, the rest is really simple. When you load up the site you will be on the homepage. To find the sport that you wish to bet on, click on the menu icon on the bottom left side of the page. We have created this guide for you below to get a quick handle on things.
From the menu page, the next most important thing to do is scroll down in order to find the sport that you wish to bet on. Once you do that, you will be presented with the different leagues and competitions that you are allowed to bet on. Click on the competition that interests from you. Once you are on that competition, you will be able to pick the event that is right for you. From there you will be presented with all the different betting options – pick on the odds price that interests you, and it will be immediately added to your betting slip. The bet slip is available to be clicked from the bottom right hand side of the screen. From there, type in the amount of money you wish to bet, and click Place Bet in order to place your bet.
Functionality, Navigation and Live-streams
What we really want to see from a great mobile app is strong functionality. No lags, no strange pop-ups: just easy navigation from place to another. Here we can’t find anything wrong with the absolutely stellar functionality and navigation from the 21Bet app. Everything here is set out in a brilliant way to make moving from one place to another happen as simply as possible. With a system provided by FSB technology, we can’t find much to complain about at this point. Perhaps one thing that we are not so keen about is the way that once you go on to the menu, it does take a while to get to the promotions and the blog, but your account can be easily accessed on the top right-hand corner. Additionally, due to the way they are very upfront with on-going events from the very start, we can tell that 21Bet really understand how to satisfy the viewer.
As well as having great functionality, a betting app needs to have a live streaming service in order to compete with the very best. Sadly for the 21Bet mobile service, they do not, as of yet, offer the ability to live stream any sports. Therefore, unlike the service provided by Coral and Ladbrokes, 21Bet still have a lot of catching up to do. Nevertheless, while this is a major problem, 21Bet do make up for it somewhat thanks to their great no-nonsense service and their provision of live scores and statistics.
The way mobile apps can really make themselves look much better than the others is by offering extras in order to entice first-time bettors to have a punt. Sadly, when it comes to the offerings of 21Bet, there are still no extras available that are exclusively available for mobile. Additionally, there are still no specific sportsbook promotions available for mobile. We are sure that these are some things that they will try and rectify in the future. As for now, they are still leaving a few things to be desired.
Exclusive 21Bet Mobile Bonus & Payment Options
21Bet do not have any offers that work just on the app. We find this to be an almighty shame as this does not in any way reward bettors for using the mobile app. This is definitely something that they can work to improve on in the future, and we are sure that they will do it too.
As for the payment methods, we have both good news and bad news here. While you can definitely use all of the same payment methods that are also available on the desktop, there are still very few payment methods that are available. For the mobile betting service, you can still only withdraw and deposit with Visa, Mastercard and Maestro. The find the lack of breadth disappointing, but we are sure that in the future they will add popular alternative payment methods such as Neteller and PayPal.
The Download Requirements
Now it comes to the boring part of the application; the download requirements. Here we will guide you through all the specifications for what you need to know. Sadly, as of this current moment, the app is only available on iPhone and not Android, Windows or Blackberry. Considering that some bookmakers have an app for all four devices, the fact that 21Bet still do not offer this app for even Android yet is a massive disappointment. Nevertheless, we are sure that this is something that they will develop in the future. Take a look at the table below to see the specifications.
|All Details about the App Downloads
||iOS 8.0 or higher
In case something in that table wasn’t clear for you, we will try and explain it to you now. You must have an Apple device with version 8.0 or higher, and as the download size is at least 26.6 megabytes, do make sure that you have enough space on your phone. This can be downloaded directly from the iTunes store – making it a very simple process. If you don’t have an Apple device, the site can still be accessed on the web browser from all smartphone devices.
Conclusion – One of the Best Sports Betting Apps Around
All in all, we can conclude that the sports betting app available with 21Bet might be one of the finest mobile applications around. Although we have a lot of problems with it – including the inability to live stream, the fact that you can’t get it on Android, and the complete lack of bonuses and promotions available – what 21Bet do well, they do really well. It is a simple, no-nonsense application that delivers a complete sportsbook, also available with the ability for in-play betting. Take a look at the table we have tabulated for you below in order to see the strengths and weaknesses of this app.
Strengths and Weaknesses of the 21Bet App
- Major Strengths
- simple to use
- full sportsbook
- Major Weaknesses
- no android app
As the above table shows, the app is very simple to use, and contains the full sportsbook. After all the fancy bonuses and extras have been swept away, what we are really looking for in a mobile app is one that is able to deliver the basics. With in play betting available, cash out only a tap away and one of the easiest navigation platforms, using this application is a doddle. If you are interested, why not sign up and give it a go today? If you are still undecided, then why don’t you head on back to the main mobile betting page to get the full scoop on all of the best operators? To learn more about the operator, please read our main 21Bet review now!
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Can I deposit with PayPal on the mobile app?
No. PayPal is still unavailable on the 21Bet application, although we are certain it will be added soon.