Yes, we know you’ve been expecting an app, but for now Stake doesn’t offer an app for iOS or Android. However, they have been working hard to design a seamless experience on their mobile version.
To use it, simply open your browser and search for Stake. It doesn’t matter if you are using Safari or Chrome, the layout of the website remains the same:
- Register and Log-in button located on the top-right corner.
- Games, promotions, search tool, bet slip, and live chat function all located on the bottom bar.
The the thumbnails of the hottest games featured at the center of your screen.
Good news is there is no learning curve with Stake’s mobile version. Usually with betting apps, you have to download a separate APK file, adjust your phone settings so you can install it, and then proceed with the app.
Here, all you do is enter Stake’s name in your search bar. However, there is one major you should consider when using Stake’s mobile platform:
- Games, bet slips, bet adjustments, chats, and other features will open in a separate window.
This can be a bit cumbersome at first but wouldn’t pose an issue further down the line.
As of now, there aren’t any rumors about a future app you can download. That’s probably due to the fact that both Google Play and App Store have prohibited betting games in their stores.
Many other bookmakers have tried bypassing the issue by producing an app that could be downloaded from their website. The drawback of this is that it’s cumbersome and some phones have multiple security shields, making it next to impossible to download the app.
Stake’s mobile version works so well as it is that there really isn’t any reason for designing a dedicated app.