Gaming technology and services provider BetConstruct announced it has launched its new and improved Android betting apps – Casino and Gamble.
The new apps are available in three different forms: Android Sportsbook, Android Casino, and Android Gamble App, which offers “the perfect combination of sports betting and casino gaming.”
Designed with the user experience in mind, these apps have been crafted “to provide a stable and seamless betting experience on the go,” says the supplier. All were developed with the latest and most advanced technology, offering users high performance and speed, the company noted.
For the applications, BetConstruct used Kotlin, a programming language recommended by Google, to ensure that the apps are “built to last,” and that future developments are easily achievable.
The supplier has also integrated a translation tool and a new CMS tool, allowing partners to tailor the apps to their specific needs. With the integration of live casino and skill games, users can now access “a complete gambling experience” on their Android devices.
“BetConstruct’s new Android apps are set to revolutionize the mobile gambling industry, providing the ultimate in convenience and entertainment,” the company stated.
“With the new apps, partners can enjoy an array of features and advantages, such as increased stability and usability, high performance and speed, the ability to manage content and functionalities from one CMS tool, and new designs and features such as skill games and live casino,” BetConstruct concluded.
The launch follows recent industry recognition for the provider. BetConstruct has been given the Platform Provider of the Year award at this year’s edition of the Global Gaming Awards.
BetConstruct’s Spring Platform hosts more than 10,000 games. It is the backbone of BetConstruct’s omni-channel product and service portfolio and 3rd party integrations, including Sportsbook, peer-to-peer games, RNG games and slots, Poker and Virtual sports.
According to the supplier, its Spring Platform is currently integrated with ‘all the major providers.’ As an open platform, it allows for integration with any platform, product, or service and provides operators with ‘a best-in-class solution.’