New iPad Casino and Betting Apps Flourishing in 2012

Posted on January 2nd, 2013

Following hot on the heels of the new Virgin iPad Casino app and their own iPhone betting app is the all new William Hill iPad App which is fuelling a growth in tablet betting going into 2012.

The William Hill iPhone betting app is now the most downloaded in the UK in 2012 (with over half a million downloaded since its launch in February 2012). The iPad app is another simple, easy, and convenient way to bet – many punters are using it as their 2nd screen when watching sports

The iPad app allows you to sign up, make bets on any market, and carry out secure banking transactions.

Sports fans are well catered with the best odds on all UK and Irish horse racing, as well as real-time live scores for all sports.
You can also see accumulators and “hot picks” (see where the hot money is going.)

There are also free bet refunds on some football game results and bigger  winnings on the horses, plus betting on over a thousand football leagues and other competitions from 97 countries.

Mobile betting on apps now makes up around 30% of William Hill’s online bets and this number is probably going to hit  50 % over the next couple of years, iPad app user numbers are expected to grow significantly.


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