Bet.co.za app download and review
Bet.co.za is a leading South African betting site with this our extensive guide to the company’s mobile and app offerings. Unfortunately Bet.co.za app was discontinued for the time being in 2020, because of changing requirements from the Google Play store. This means both Bet.co.za Android users and Apple (iOS) smartphone fans will not be able to download the Bet.co.za app, instead they can bet via the mobile website.
Bet.co.za mobile website: https://bet.co.za/
Bet.co.za iOS app: Download
Bet.co.za Android app: Download
How to access Bet.co.za via mobile apps
Accessing Bet.co.za via mobile is straight-forward in 2021, with their website the only option, following their decision to discontinue their apps. The Bet Android apps were cancelled following Google’s decision to update the terms and conditions of the Google Play store. At the time, management of the website said the decision was based around the need to rebuild their apps to remain compliant.
Bet.co.za Android app download
The Bet.co.za Android app has been discontinued, following changes to the Google Play terms and conditions. The Bet.co.za management sent out a note to Android users in mid 2020 saying it was in their and our best interests that they made the Android app inaccessible.
Prior to these Google Play changes, the Bet.co.za APK had been available to download directly from the SA betting company. This was in-line with most Android betting apps in South Africa, but these types of applications can now be downloaded via the Google Store.
Bet.co.za iOS app download
Unfortunately Bet.co.za does have an Apple app available in 2021, with iOS users able to use their mobile website instead.
It would not surprise in the future if Bet.co.za Apple app is launched, with this sports betting company showing great promise as a betting destination.
There are other SA sports betting sites that do have apps available for Apple smartphones and tablets.
Bet.co.za mobile website access & review
More: Bet.co.za review
Accessing Bet.co.za via mobile is still a straight-forward process in 2021, with their mobile website essentially the same as their desktop website. In-fact it is actually a lot easier to use than their desktop offering, which can be cumbersome at times.
We wrote our Bet.co.za mobile review on an iPhone 10 and found it to be a very serviceable website, much in the same vain as other betting sites you might have encountered. With easy navigation via a hamburger menu and a scrolling sports wheel, you will be able to find what you want quickly.
We quickly realised writing our Bet.co.za app article that they are football specialist, with their soccer betting markets right up there with the best-of-the-best in the Rainbow Nation. Cricket, basketball and rugby union are also exceptionally popular and well covered at Bet.co.za.
Everything accessible via desktop is seemingly included on mobile, including the Bet Games and live dealer offering, which is in contrast to other SA bookmakers which don’t have their casino offering on mobile.
Bet.co.za mobile includes company things like payment options and customer service, which is important, because often these areas can be neglected via mobile.
One area that Bet.co.za mobile could improve is that they don’t offer horse racing betting, which is one of the biggest things to wager on in South Africa. The lack of racing markets extends to both overseas and local thoroughbreds.
Bet.co.za app promotions available in 2021
Bet.co.za has a variety of app promotions available to WGL readers in 2021, with these including bonus bets, cash back offers and basically anything else you can think of. Bet.co.za app promotions are free to claim but some might need you to make a real money deposit to claim them. Just be aware that the Bet app promotions will have wagering requirements attached to them, meaning you can’t withdraw the money straight away.
Bet.co.za app Q and A
The Bet.co.za app download can be confusing if you are new to this online betting company. In this section of our Bet ZA app download guide we answer questions our readers put to us about their mobile offering. You can reach us via the contact us box below or at email@example.com.
Yes, the bet.co.za apps are free to download, although the best way to use their services on mobile is via their website.
Unfortunately the bet.co.za android app was discontinued because of changes in the Google Play store policy.
No, Bet.co.za does not have a mobile app for Apple smartphones and tablets, visit their mobile website instead.
Bet.co.za app download review verdict
Bet SA is among the sports betting sites that we are keeping a close eye on, because they have the potential to emerge as a leading bookmaker in South Africa. While Bet.co.za does not have racing betting available, or downloadable apps their accessibility via mobile is first-rate. WGL South Africa will update our guide to the Bet.co.za app downloads when more information emerges about future mobile applications from this wagering company.