The Future of Gambling for Mobile
To say that mobile gaming will not affect gambling online over the next five years would be a huge shortcoming.
Although most people probably find the idea of playing a real money gambling game on mobile phones, the truth is that it is exactly where both gambler and the market are generally moving.
The only reason why mobile games were not popular a few years ago was because technology was not & # 39; t is available.
But now that Apple has smartphones like iPhone and crossed the business market, having a smart phone with a large touch screen that can play video is an ordinary thing.
Indeed, Sony and Nintendo are already concerned about the growth and technological development of mobile phones, as they are already coming close to changing the mobile gaming platforms like PSP and future NGP (next generation Sony tform) altogether.
As far as I see mobile movements, you only have to check out the current market and operator online to see that it's already taking away. Both 32Red and All Slots Casino have developed iPhone Casino Apps for players.
Although there are almost any other iPhone Casino Apps available then it's only a matter of time. Betfair and Ladbrokes are already planning two more iPhone gambling programs to take into account sports events. With a 40% increase in mobile phone sales in 2009, the iPhone app Betfair will probably lead to more than 70% increase in mobile phone sales in 2011.
Interesting is that one of the problems with developing mobile applications is that the investment involved in developing specific manufactures Phones and software are a big risk because the product may be less popular this year. For example, Google Android has the operating system already switching over iPhone iPhone, since it now has 25% share of the market. The main advantage of Android software is that it can be used between different mobile devices like Samsung, Sony Ericsson and Nokia. Thus, we will inevitably see more people relying on the Adroid software than iPhone when inertia breaks in and all the abundant Android applications are developing to compete with the Apple App Store.
In general, I think mobile casinos and sports bets will be massive (especially in the past), especially with tablet popularity, but I do not think mobile poker will ever take away. The screen is simply too small to play such a complex game as there are too many variables (e.g., multi-tabling on different games or tournaments).
Source by Adam G Robert