If you have an Android phone, or tablet, you’ll find all the best Android Casinos on this page. The big difference between the Android ecosystem and Apple’s ecosystem is that is is more “open”. Most of the apps you download, you’ll find in Google Play where they are vetted by Google.
Google devices also give you the option of downloading apps outside of Google Play as well (unlike Apple)- you’ll need to change your settings first though.
While we’d recommend sourcing everything through Google Play, there are various sites that have Android casinos apps (like Ladbrokes Mobile Casino and PaddyPower Mobile). If these are big publically listed companies, you should be safe enough using their software on your phone- ultimately it’s your decision though.
In any case, most Android casino players access the games through their browsers- many of the slots, roulette and blackjack games are now powerd by HTML5 these days anyway. So all you need to do is fire up a mobile browser like Chrome, and head to the casinos. The best ones will work out that you are on a mobile and optimise the content accordingly.
Our favourite Android games include the Thunderstruck 2 slot (which is relatively new on mobiles), Tomb Raider, roulette, blackjack and Jacks or Better Video Poker. If you find the whole registration and banking process a bit fiddly on a phone- the best thing to do is to sign up and load up your account through a pc and laptop. All the best casinos will have a single wallet and username, so you can just head to the casino later on your phone, log in and you’re good to go.
If you’re playing when you are out and about, make sure you have a staeady Internet connection. Most sites these days are designed to cope with players that lose coverage, but even so….