Betting on Sports From Your Mobile With the Bwin App Review
Here is a Bwin mobile review that will look into the native Bwin app of the operator and point out its facilities, advantages and misses. The Bwin online portal used to be part of an Austrian-based betting company for many years; however, in 2016 it was acquired by GVC Holdings that decided to keep the name of the brand.
The site accommodates four main products: Poker, Casino, Bingo and Sports, with the majority of revenue coming from sports betting and poker. The company holds licences in several countries. The most prominent ones are the one by the UK Gambling Commission and that of the Government of Gibraltar. It is also tested by independent organisations. We encourage you to have a good look at our detailed review where we will show you how to obtain the platform and what to do with it once it is installed. Continue reading.
- BonusUp to €5 FreeBets Daily
- MarketsMMA, Handball, Basketball, Tennis, Football
- Clam Bonus
Review of the Navigation
The app adopts dark colours – more precisely the background is dark, and the text is in white. This way it is easy to read the information. The betting slip is located at the top right corner and is repeated at the bottom of the screen. A few of the sports are placed under the Log in and Sign up icons so they can be accessed more quickly.
Next is the main body, which contains different types of bets, with markets and odds and everything. It is just a presentation of what you will find on the app, but you can get comprehensive information and a full list of the bets available at Bwin after tapping on the event you are interested in.
And then at the bottom of the screen, you will find a few useful shortcuts to non-sport products of the operator including Roulette and Slots, but you also have a Home icon which gives you the chance to quickly go back to the home page regardless of what you are currently doing.
Generally speaking, there is nothing surprising about the layout – the links are arranged in a pretty similar way as those of other sportsbook apps. The links open fast, and you can get all of the information you need under Menu and on ‘My Account’.
The Help Centre is a great tool for all newcomers and even for those who know the site well because it will give you answers to some questions. It contains plentiful information about your account, depositing and withdrawals, responsible gambling, security, customer service and other issues of importance. And if the help section is not able to provide the answers for you, it is always possible to contact an agent of the customer support and share with them your gambling woes.
As a whole, the operator has put a lot of effort into making their betting app easy and fun to use by everyone, no matter what kind of device they have. Be sure to check out our Bwin reviews for Android and iOS.
Bonus Offers of the Bwin App
In the first place, feel free to claim the sign up bonus, which all new members are eligible for. It feels so good to be rewarded for opening an account on a site, doesn’t it? Just don’t rush it because there are a few things to do before you are treated to that bonus. In the first place, you must place a qualifying wager of at least £10.
If you do everything right, you will receive a free bet worthy of £30. Of course, terms and conditions apply. Other bonuses are available on the online portal, including more free bets, Acca insurance, and Cash Out.
The sportsbook also has a refer-a-friend programme called “b’friends” thanks to which you can earn rewards by sweet-talking your friends into joining Bwin. Every time a friend of yours signs up on the site and adds funds to their account, you will win rewards. For the purpose, you will be generated a personal link which you have to share with your friends on social media, via email or instant messaging or whichever way works best for you.
- Ability to bet in-store
- Available for Android Devices
- Available for Apple Devices
- In App Cash Out
- Mobile Bonus Offer
- App Notifications
Review of the Live Streaming and Betting
Once you have money in your gambling account, you can try exploring the markets and making a few selections on the games that you want. The operator strives to offer competitive odds, so you will definitely have a good time. Some of the markets on the app include Rugby Union, Ice Hockey, Volleyball, Snooker, Football, American Football, Handball, Bandy, Tennis, Cricket, Formula 1, Basketball, and Alpine Skiing.
Live betting is available on a few sports like Handball, Basketball, Tennis and Football. Don’t miss out on it. It was already mentioned above that there is a Cash Out feature. If you feel that any of your bets is going to be unsuccessful, you can get paid out while the game is still in progress and you don’t have to wait for it to finish. This will help you minimise your losses, in case you are expecting some. Of course, the Cash Out facility is not available to all the markets and events, but you will certainly know it when it is on.
Withdrawals and Deposits
But you can’t place your first wager unless you add funds to your account. So, make sure to handle this beforehand. The sportsbook offers such a comprehensive list of payment options that you will hardly have any problems making a deposit. You probably have at least a debit card or a bank account. This is enough to get you started.
The operator accepts the majority of international cards, including MasterCard, Maestro, Diners Club Card, and Visa. And with one of these cards, you can quickly create an account with an electronic wallet service such as PayPal, InstaDebit, GiroPay, all accepted at Bwin.
Additionally, payments are also accepted via iDeal, Trustly, Mister Cash, Moneta, Electronic Transfer, Bank Transfer, EntroPay, Paysafecard, Webmoney and other methods. If you want to see the full list, go to Bwin Help. Use whichever method suits you best.
Devices That the Bwin Mobile App Can Run on
Owners of iPhones, iPads and Android-based devices can access the Bwin products through a native app specifically created for the purpose and via a mobile-friendly version. The platform can be downloaded from the App Store (for iOS users) or the full site (for Android users). In case you are wondering why the application is not to be found on Google Play, no content of betting nature is allowed to be published on the store.
That’s why you have to go to the site, hit Mobile and tap on “Download the app now!” Here is what, before you start the setup process, you might want to go to Settings, choose ‘Security’ and select ‘Unknown sources’, then make sure to tick the box which will automatically enable installing files from third parties. Ignore the warning message that will appear when you attempt to download or install the APK file provided by Bwin. The mobile platform is 100% secure and will not pose any threats to your mobile phone or tablet.
If you don’t change the settings beforehand, a warning message will appear notifying you that the file you are trying to install may harm your device. Normally, you would want to be very cautious when dealing with files from unknown sources, but in this case, you know that this is an app from a trusted source (you are downloading it directly from the Bwin site), a company that is strictly regulated and monitored and that adopts serious security policies. So, you just go on with installation and leave your worries behind.
Now, people whose gadgets run on Blackberry OS, Windows 10 or other operating systems can only use the web app or browser version of Bwin, i.e. visit the site via their device’s browser. Don’t feel left out because there is no native app for your device. You will still have full access to the Bwin products, the features are all the same. You will not be limited in any way as all the facilities provided on the site are available both on the native apps and the mobile version.
Questions and Answers
Which iOS browsers can I use? Apple iOS v5.1 and higher:
Which Android browsers can I use? Android 4.1 and higher:
- Native browser
I placed a bet by accident. What now? Due to legal reasons, Bwin are not allowed to cancel bets once they have been accepted by the system.