SpinSport is designed to run on popular Apple mobile devices iPhone, iPod, iPad. It’s powered by Sports Betting Tech, and the online gambling operator 10Bet was the first to launch the app to the public.

The new mobile app is aimed directly at those companies “wanting to branch out into mobile betting, such as online sportsbooks and other online and mobile gambling companies,” per OnlineCasinoReports.com.

“The last year has seen an explosion in the use of mobile gambling apps, but nowhere has the trend been felt more than in mobile betting, which according to a recent report from Juniper Research accounts for more than three-quarters of all mobile gaming activity,” the article adds.

On top of that, Microgaming’s Spin3 has also announced the launch of the first Tomb Raider slot for Android smartphones.

The game is “designed to run at any resolution across all Android-powered devices including smartphones and tablets,” explains a Microgaming news release.

“Canalys has already named Android as the world’s leading mobile platform, outselling Nokia’s Symbian platform for the first time,” Matti Zinder, Head of Spin3, notes in the release. “While Android devices are penetrating every level of the market — from low resolution devices such as HTC Wildfire, to the high-end Google Nexus S, as well as tablets — fragmentation of handsets represents an added level of complexity for developers and can result in a limited gaming experience for some consumers.”

“Tomb Raider as a native Android App runs at any resolution and cuts through the fragmentation of Android devices to deliver a superior gaming experience across all handsets.”

Spin3 is moving forward fast, with plans to add many more native Android app games like Mermaids Millions and Mega Moolah in the coming months. Spin3 Android apps support all Android device resolutions.

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