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The Top 10 US Sports Betting Mobile Apps: How to Bet on the Bounce

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Gaming on the go has become a common phrase in the casino world over the last decade. However, thanks to the advent of regulated sports betting in the US, a new craze is sweeping the nation. Otherwise known as betting on the bounce, this trend takes the latest mobile technology and combines it with odds, offers and more. Put simply, if you want to speculate on your favorite teams, you can now use mobile sports betting apps.

Now, before we go any further, it’s worth noting that not all states currently have mobile betting provisions. However, it’s also worth pointing out that this is a copycat industry. In other words, when one state or operator sees another having success, they invariably follow suit. So, even if you’re in a US sports betting state without mobile options, fear not because they’re probably in the pipeline.

The Best Mobile Sports Betting Apps in the US

For those that can “bet on the bounce,” here are some of the best US sports betting mobile apps on the market today:

1. DraftKings Sports Betting Mobile App

DraftKings App. (Image: Casino.org)

Long before the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) was deemed unconstitutional, DraftKings had a mobile app. Going live in New Jersey on August 1, 2018, the DraftKings sportsbook app is available for iOS and Android device. What’s more, it features pre-event and live betting markets. Finally, the minimum deposit is just $5.

2. SugarHouse Sportsbook Mobile App

SugarHouse app. (KYW Newsradio)

Available for iOS and Android devices, the SugarHouse betting app stands out thanks to its integrated casino suite. In practice, this means you can swipe across from its betting options and into a lobby filled with over 450 mobile casino games.

3. 888sport Mobile App

888sport app. (Image: iTunes)

Perhaps the most experienced sports betting provider in the US, 888sport has an app to match its lofty status. If you’re an iPhone user, the app allows you to swap your password for TouchID login. Alongside that, all users can opt to receive push notifications so you never miss the latest odds and offers. Additionally, you’ll find plenty of bold boxouts to help you scan the latest betting lines with ease.

4. BetStars Sports Betting Mobile App

BetStars app. (Image: BonusSeeker)

Like 888sport, BetStars comes from a long lineage. Starting with PokerStars over in Europe and now a part of the US betting scene, this app is the most user-friendly on the market today. Indeed, swiping between sports, poker and casino is as easy as scrolling through the latest odds. Another selling point to this app is the fact you’ll find betting lines for European sports that you typically won’t get with other US sports betting apps.

5. FanDuel Sports Betting Mobile App

FanDuel App. (Image: FanDuel)

Although this operator doesn’t offer as many odds as some of its peers, that doesn’t matter. Indeed, what it lacks in betting lines, it more than make up for with information. Thanks to the influence of its partner Betfair, FanDuel Sports provides a wealth of stats within its live betting lobby. This means you can get a better overview of the action and, in turn, make better picks when the time comes.

6. PointsBet Sports Betting Mobile App

PointsBet app. (Image: SportTechie)

If you’re looking for some of the best offers around, PointsBet Sports is right up there. As well as pre-event, live and props betting, this app has something known as “name a bet.” Basically, if you tweet @PointsBetUSA with a betting market, the oddsmakers will make it for you. Naturally, they won’t accept every bet and you might not always get the best odds. However, if you ask, there’s a chance your wager could appear inside the PointsBet Sports app.

7. William Hill Sports Betting App

William Hill app. (Image William Hill US)

Active as a bookmaker in the UK since 1934, William Hill is a major force in the sports betting world. The reason this mobile sports betting app shines is due to the company’s longstanding presence in Nevada. By taking lessons learned over in Europe and refining them for the US market in Nevada, William Hill has created an app that’s a perfect blend of the two. From its simple yet immersive interface to one of the best selection of odds out there, this app is an example of how mobile betting should be.

8. PlayMGM Sports Betting Mobile App

PlayMGM app. (Image: Yogonet)

Pre-event, in-play and parlay boosts are all available with the PlayMGM Sports app. In total, this operator’s iOS and Android software cover 12 different sports, including soccer, football, basketball, boxing and baseball. However, the feature we liked was Behind the Book. Powered by sports betting experts Jay Rood and Gill Alexander, this feature gives you inside tips on the best bets of the week.

9. Caesars Sports Betting Mobile App

Caesars app. (Image: G3 Newswire)

Available in Nevada and New Jersey, the Caesars Sports app gives you access to a free welcome bet worth up to $300. When it comes to deposits, the iOS and Android software allows you to fund your account with the following secure methods: ACH, PayPal, Neteller, Caesars prepaid card and inside Caesars Atlantic City. As an added bonus, you can also access 500+ casino games via the sports betting site.

10. Hard Rock Sports Betting Mobile App

The newest kid on the mobile sports betting block is Hard Rock. After launching its retail sportsbook in New Jersey ahead of the Super Bowl, this operator is now looking to launch a mobile app. Working alongside UK betting giant bet365, Hard Rock is aiming to release its mobile software at some point in 2019.

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