Best Mobile betting apps for US and Canada players


iPhones, androids and other smartphones have become the most ubiquitous gadgets in North America, rendering things like sat nav, alarm clocks and torches obsolete.

Traditional bookmakers and desktop sites are also victims of mobile technology’s success, and sportsbooks are all developing mobile offerings to move with the times and protect their businesses. Apps are the future, and they are improving all the time. Here we roundup the best mobile betting apps for US and Canadian players:


5Dimes is one of the largest and most established sportsbooks catering to the North American market and has a long history of paying out fairly and on time, with strong liquidity and good customer service. Its popularity speaks for itself, and its app is simple and easy to navigate. Few can rival the 5Dimes app when it comes to offering players a broad and deep range of betting lines – read their review and go to 5Dimes so you can check odds and access their mobile app and you will see markets on pro and college sports, and more obscure offerings like cricket and wrestling to complement NBA and other more mainstream sports. This is definitely one of the best apps for North American players and it should definitely be on your smartphone if you have any interest in sports betting due to its comprehensive market coverage.


Bodog is Canada’s leading sportsbook and caters to sports fans and casino lovers, also offering horse racing and a broad range of games. It does not have a native app for Canadians, but the universal app is great and optimized for all mobile devices. It has competitive bonuses upon signing up and covers a really wide spectrum of sports. There are all the usual sports you would expect for a North American audience, but it is also strong on European soccer and more niche sports. The app is intuitive and easy to use. You can check BoDog review, access their site and mobile app easily and be betting quickly, with minimal fuss. The limits are not that high, so it is not the best choice for high rollers, but for everyday players Bodog is a great option.


BetOnline’s app is similar to Bovada’s in that it requires just five touches to place a bet, making it a very handy tool to have at your disposal on your mobile device. It is not quite as smooth as the Bodog app, but it is very user friendly and a pleasure to navigate. Its 25% lifetime deposit is a game changer and this is fully applicable to its mobile app. The app also supports in-play betting, which is a great benefit as in-play betting has long overtaken pre-match betting.


The Pinnacle mobile betting app allows you to place a bet with just four touches, and which means it leads the market in this metric. The push technology updates the app without requiring you to download any updates, so you always have the latest version of an app that has established itself as one of the best in the business. It offers a wide range of lines but it does not have as many betting options as some of its competitors.


BetDSI is constantly improving its app to keep up with its rivals and the on the go withdrawals and deposits it now offers have helped. At seven touches to place a bet, it is a little more long-winded to use than some of its competitors, and withdrawal can be on the slow side, but you can get access to a fantastic range of lines and it is a sportsbook with a solid reputation. Definitely one to have in your arsenal as it offers competitive prices.

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