Gaming solutions for your iOS devices

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Everyone likes the odd flutter now and then, and with online and mobile gaming on your iOS devices, it’s easier than ever to put bets on any sporting fixture you can think of. This year, we’ve had a glut of events to bet on – from the FIFA World Cup, the many F1 events through to the Tour de France and the Commonwealth Games. Not to mention, the gaming iOS apps specifically developed to support and run these gaming platforms.


For anyone who places bets on a regular basis, they probably are already using a betting exchange to place and lay (accept) bets. The margins are tighter and consequently the odds are much better than on a normal bookmaker’s site.

But if you’re watching several markets at once, your betting can be slowed down by having to switch screens to look at the different markets. People who place multiple bets all the time are known as betting traders. And just as traders on the stock market aren’t always that interested in what the companies on the market produce, but are more interested in the movements in the values of those stocks, so a betting trader isn’t always that concerned with the details of each sporting fixture, match or race that is going on. What does interest them is the movement in the different betting markets and placing a series of multiple bets to profit from the variations in odds.

That’s when a betting trading app can be really useful addition to your betting armoury. There are a lot of different betting trading apps that have been developed for use with Betfair, the world’s biggest betting exchange. Traderline is one such example. It’s an app that allows the user to see multiple markets at once, place bets with a single click and use Dutching and Bookmaking modes to place or lay several bets simultaneously, so that they can lock in as much profit as possible.

Whatever platform you use, you’ll find a trading app that is suitable. There are quite a few trading apps that have been developed specifically for use on Apple Mac or iOS. Most of them come with a free trial so that you can test them out with real or simulated bets before you decide to subscribe.

Traderline comes with a free 30-day trial so it’s ideal for testing out the system and seeing if it would help a bettor make the move from simply placing and laying bets to trading them as well. When it costs nothing to try and you don’t even have to place real bets during that process, why wouldn’t you give it a go?

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