Gambling Apps for Windows Phones / Tablets

Both "Windows Mobile" cell phones and tablet devices can link with mobile casinos, if the proper application is available. Any owner of a WindowsMobile device who enjoys casino games has probably played a few of the myriad of casino apps to be found in the iTunes store or other online apps store. The free games are fun, but the thanks to Windows Mobile casinos, you can play your favorite casino games for real money.

Gambling Laws and Mobile Casinos

The Windows Mobile gambling applications I'm talking about won't be found in the apps store, though. Instead, you'll need to find a mobile casino which accepts players from your country, state, or region. More of these are launched all the time, though the real money gaming opportunities are completely different for players from any two regions. Even in the United States, I know online casinos which accept players from 43 states, but not all 50. At the same time, I've heard of some which accepts US players from only 5 states. I've seen a strange number of i-casinos which restrict players from the town (now city) of Markham in Ontario, Canada from playing on their sites. Since the proprietors of these sites are likely to get into the mobile casino niche, players from the United States or elsewhere might face the same situations. Any legal situation which applies for online casinos in your area are likely to apply for real money mobile casinos, too.

How Can I Play Real Money Casino Games on My Windows Phone?

Once you get to the mobile casino of your choice, click on the Windows Mobile casino app. This provides the software support so any device you own which runs the Windows Mobile operating system can interact with the casino. At this point, any games in the software package will be available to you.

New players will need to make a deposit before they can play for real money. This will require the use of an electronic money transfer method. Common methods for depositing cash includes VISA and Mastercard (credit and debit), web wallet services like Moneybookers and Neteller, and evoucher companies like UKash. Those who don't like any of those options can opt for a bank wire transfer. This is often the only method for withdrawing money, called a cashout. Other mobile casinos will offen one or two other safe options.

Which Windows Gambling Apps Accept US Players?

Although the Windows phone uses the Windows operating system, you will not be able to play or bet on sites in the same manner as your Windows PC. If you want to play casino games, bet on sports or play poker on your Windows phone, you will need to find a mobile site designed specifically for the Windows mobile operating system. For US players, this can be a bit tricky.

US players will not be able to play poker on their Windows phone. You can however bet on sports or casino games using the Windows real money gambling apps at certain US sites. BetOnline offers a USA betting app for Windows, as does Slotland. At the moment, the two sites mention are your only options if you want to gambling for real money in the United States. Both have a great reputation with their players and provide timely payouts on withdrawals. The difference between the two USA real money Windows gambling apps is that one is for sports betting while the other is for casino games.

Licensing Authorities that Regulate Mobile Casinos

Mobile gaming is licensed and regulated the way online casinos are governed. Licensing authorities including the Kahnawake Gaming Commission, Gibraltar, Antigua and Barbuda, The Isle of Man, Alderney, Cyprus, Panama, Malta, and the Netherlands Antilles (Curacao usually). Since we're talking about real money gambling with third party apps designed for Windows Mobile, it's important for players to know their site is legitimate. That's why companies like GamCare and TTS are used to test, audit, and verify the mobile casinos you intend on using.

Windows Mobile Casino Games

The games available through your "Windows Mobile" mobile casino are going to be the most popular games: blackjack, roulette, slots machines, craps, and video poker. New games like Caribbean stud poker and pai gow poker are available in many locations. Most sites have between 10 and 20 video poker games. Those same sites tend to have between 50 and 100 slot machine titles.

Windows Mobile Blackjack Apps

Since you're playing for real money using your gambling apps on your Windows Mobile devices, you'll want to know that the best odds of the games you're likely play. Blackjack can have a house edge of about 99.50%, meaning you'll (on average) lose a tiny amount of every bet you make. This also means you have a pretty fair chance to walk out of the casino with a win. Players looking to enjoy their real cash gambling for a longer period of time should play blackjack at bet limits they're comfortable playing at.

Real Money Slot Games for Windows Mobile OS

I suggest anyone wanting to get the full experience out of their Windows Mobile slots playing should try the tablet computers with a Windows Mobile OS, such as the 5" Windows Mobile 6.1/6/5 Tablet and the the 7" Windows Mobile 6.1/6.5 Tablet. The bigger touchscreen provides better graphics, which are so important in the slot machine niche.

Which Smartphones are Using the Windows OS?

Just a few of the smartphones using Windows Mobile OS are the HD Mini, Blackjack, Blackjack II, Touch Series, Touch Diamond, Touch Pro, Touch Viva, Smartflip, Incite, Nuvifone M10 and M20, Omnia, Omnia Lit, Omnia Pro, Propel Pro, Xperia X1 and X2, Treo Pro, the IP66 Ruggedized 4.3 Android/Windows for WinMo 6.5 or Android 2.3, and the HTC HD2 4.3" Unlocked Windows Mobile 6.5 phone. Windows Mobile is the operating system for a number of pocket PCs, otherwise known as handheld computers or personal digital assistants (PDAs). Examples of devices which fit in this category are the 3.5" Windows Mobile PDA, the IP54 Industrial Windows Mobile PDA, and the IP64 Industrial Windows Mobile PDA.