Matchbook Mobile Apps: Android, iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch
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Matchbook has laid emphasis on the development and growth of mobile apps for betting. The bookmaker has created betting apps for both Android and Apple devices, including the new Apple Watch.
Matchbook for Apple
The Matchbook sports betting app offers easy navigation, visibility of market liquidity and the accommodation of speed bet: it also has full withdrawal and deposit capabilities.
The app has the full desktop functionality to give users the ability to synchronise all their favourite markets across mobile devices by using a feature referred to as a Shortlist.
From 2nd December this year, Matchbook will introduce a zero percent commission on soccer campaigns: this is anticipated to be a hit, especially with multi-platform users.
You can download the app directly from the App Store into your iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch.
If you don’t have an account yet, you can register as a new user and enjoy the welcome bonus available.
Bet from your Apple Watch
Matchbook is the first bookmaker to create a sports betting app for the Apple Watch, it was officially launched on October 29th, 2015.
It allows users to place their bets, change them, manage their account, and basically enjoy the same features from the iPhone app but from your watch.
The Android App
The Android app works on all Android devices and allows the user to view and control the bets, in the same way, they would when operating a desktop version of the betting site.
The app provides the user with the ability to lock in sports profits, limit liability and even cut losses when watching a live event.
The Android app is precise and polished: all functions are separated into tabs at the top of the screen with the default item being the events page.
The events page is where the user chooses the desired sport, event or competition before proceeding to the other various markets on offer.
Backing a selection is easy, just tap on the odds that are displayed in blue, and if you wish to lay the selection, just click on red.
The ‘my bets’ tab is useful for reviewing unmatched and matched bets from the past two days, previous week or month.
Both the Android and Apple apps support live event streaming across hundreds of different markets.
Matchbook apps allow withdrawal and deposits through Skrill, debit cards, credit cards, Neteller, Paysafecard and Instadebit.
The negative side of the Matchbook apps is the lack of horse racing events which is popular among punters. This app is easier to use than other exchange betting apps.