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The top iOS apps for sports betting in 2020

With the 2020 seasons for most major league sports now in full swing, it’s the perfect time to equip your iPhone and turn it into a sports betting machine. One which can place wagers in-play or in futures markets at the touch of a button, at the most competitive prices. You’ll be pleased to know there are plenty of licensed and regulated US sportsbooks to choose from, many of which offer native iOS apps to download onto your iPhone.

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If you aren’t aware of the growth in the US sports betting industry, OddsChecker should be your first port of call to explore the rising number of sportsbooks. This comparison portal not only compares the best available prices on markets across a huge range of sports, it’s also home to a number of expert analysts and handicappers that can provide unique insight like picks for your NFL parlays or MLS predictions for the next round of games.

There are five main US sportsbooks with iOS apps worth your consideration, particularly if you are a newcomer to betting on sports on your mobile. Read on as we review the pros and cons of the most popular sportsbook apps in 2020.

FanDuel Sportsbook

If you aren’t familiar with daily fantasy sports (DFS), FanDuel has long been regarded as the biggest DFS operator in the US. Having dominated the DFS arena, where sports fans compete with one another by moulding a team of professional athletes in a specific sport or league and accrue points based on their athletes’ real-life performance, FanDuel has since moved over into the world of sports betting.

At the time of writing, the iOS FanDuel Sportsbook app is available to all sports bettors living within Iowa, Indiana, Illinois, Colorado, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Over 17 major league sports are covered, with futures and in-play betting markets available, along with eSports. It is totally free to register, with fast and secure deposits and withdrawals offered. Periodic bet promotions are also common for FanDuel bettors, with odds boosts, risk-free bets and parlay insurance offered on occasion, giving you refunds if only a single leg of your parlay lets you down.

PointsBet Sportsbook

PointsBet is another relatively “new kid on the block” when it comes to mobile sports betting in the US. Its origins date back to 2017, when it launched exclusively in Australia. The platform has since set its sights firmly on serving the US sports betting marketplace, securing licensing to operate in New Jersey and Iowa, with more licenses soon to follow in Indiana, Illinois and Colorado.

The PointsBet iOS app, which is also available within the App Store, offers sharp betting lines on up to 15 different major league sports. Spanish-speaking users will be pleased to read that the PointsBet iOS app is one of a select few betting apps to offer Spanish language throughout the app. Like FanDuel, weekly bet promos and offers are the norm, while an exclusive rewards program incentivizes players to use PointsBet as their regular sportsbook.

DraftKings Sportsbook

DraftKings Sportsbook is yet another platform that has evolved following the success of DraftKings’ original DFS portal. Once the PASPA legislation was passed in favor of New Jersey, DraftKings spotted a gap in the market to provide a reliable mobile sportsbook in New Jersey, becoming the first legalized mobile sportsbook app outside Nevada’s state lines. Since then, DraftKings Sportsbook has secured licenses in West Virginia, Indiana, New Hampshire, and Pennsylvania.

The DraftKings Sportsbook is powered by the same in-house proprietary technology that’s used for its DFS platform, which should give you confidence in the user experience and security of the app. There are thousands of ways to bet with DraftKings, with cross-sport parlays, special prop bets and even spread betting offered here. New customers can also download the iOS app, register, and receive a sign-up bonus worth up to $1,000.

FOX Bet Sportsbook

FOX Bet is an intriguing entrant to the US sports betting market. Operating as a fusion between the iconic FOX Sports broadcasting network and The Stars Group – a major player in the iGaming industry – FOX Bet has developed an iOS app that offers a first-rate mobile betting experience. At the time of writing, FOX Bet is available to citizens located exclusively in New Jersey, Colorado, and Pennsylvania, with more states lined up in the months ahead.

You can log in to the FOX Bet iOS app and get access to many leading FOX analysts, providing their unique insight and predictions at your fingertips. You will also encounter plenty of odds boosts on a daily basis to ramp up your potential winnings. The most exciting feature of all is the app’s unique #CustomBet section. This allows bettors to request odds on specific outcomes or scenarios, securing personalized odds that aren’t available elsewhere within the app. You can also utilize the cash-out button to lock in profits before the end of an event.

William Hill Sportsbook

William Hill is one of the most iconic names in the world of sports betting. Established by the man himself in the UK way back in 1934, the sportsbook has maintained a proud reputation for offering competitive lines and markets on a huge choice of sports markets. Today, it is the most popular sportsbook option in Nevada, and is now also available to users in Colorado, Florida, District of Columbia, Iowa, Indiana, Illinois, New Jersey, New Mexico, The Bahamas, and West Virginia.

To start betting with the William Hill iOS app, you will need to download the app and register your account. In some states, such as Nevada, you may be required to visit one of William Hill’s land-based sportsbooks to finalize the sign-up. Once you are in, that’s when the fun begins here, with the ability to place “Quick Bets” with just three quick taps on any pre-game or in-play market.

With all five of these mobile sportsbooks available to download directly from the App Store, providing you live within a licensed and regulated state, it’s never been easier to get started with betting on your favorite sports teams and athletes on your iPhone or iPad. As more states continue to license online sportsbooks, the anticipation is that competition within the mobile sports betting industry will continue to grow.

Remember when betting: When the fun stops, stop.

 

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