Best NFL mobile sportsbook apps for U.S. sports bettors?

Discussion in 'Mobile Sports Betting' started by Sebastian, Sep 3, 2015.

  1. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

    Most of us are celebrating the fact that NFL pro football starts again in just a few days. It remains to be seem whether Tom Brady can emerge from deflategate to lead to the New England Patriots to a second straight Super Bowl. I fancied the Green Bay Packers to do well this season until it was announced that Jordan Nelson's injury could see him out for the whole season.

    Every year we ask our readers to nominate their favourite National Football League betting app for iPhone and Android and this year is no different. Here's our pick for the best NFL bookmaker app 2105....

    • Bovada has been servicing US-based sports bettors since the mid 1990's.
    • Bovada Mobile works on any iOS, Windows Phone, BlackBerry or Android device.
    • Bet from your phone on any NFL Preseason, NFL Futures or NCAA game.
    • Bovada have a wider selection of NFL Props and Futures bets than any other US betting site.
    • Wager during a games from your iPhone or Android with automatically updating odds.
    • Make your first deposit and Bovada will add on an extra $50. The bonus will be available within 30mins.
    • Most importantly, Bovada have the highest US credit card acceptance rate in the industry and guarantee in 7 business day. Click Here for a full review.

    So the Bovada (or Bodog if you live in Canada) is our pick for the best U.S. friendly NFL betting site for the 2015 season. As always, we'd love to hear which apps you'll be using to compare odds, get betting tips, place bets and more.
    Last edited: Sep 6, 2016
  2. Roger

    Roger Member

    what about carbon sports? does anyone recommend them for sports bettors in the United States? they're running some pretty good betting promotions to kick off football season but I don't know how trustworthy the company is.

    the draft kings app is pretty good for anyone looking to gamble on the NFL or college football. they're not an internet bookmaker but they run daily contents and give out cash prizes on the PGA, NBA, MLB and of course football. like regular US internet bookmakers they also offer a first-time deposit bonus. here's their iPhone app although you can also use the mobile site if you use windows phone or android.
  3. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

    Right now we don't recommend you deposit money at CarbonSports because you would be waiting months to collect your winnings. Carbon Sports have said that their biggest payment processor ceased operating earlier this year during the Super Bowl period which caused a huge backlog of payments. Things seem to have slightly improved with some United States sports bettors reporting that they are now receiving cheques and bank wires within 4 or 5 weeks. This is still quiet a long delay in comparison with Bovada who guarantee that you'll get your money within a couple of weeks and so far they've always followed through on their promise.

    Anybody who watched the start of the NFL season on TV last week can't have missed all the adds for both DraftKings and FanDuel. These gambling sites seems to be sidestepping legal restrictions in the United States by calling themselves fantasy sports sites even though users win real money. There does appear to be some legal challenges brewing for these fantasy gambling apps so it'll be interesting to see if they make it to the end of the football season.
  4. Terry W

    Terry W Member

    i really like the new bovada redesign. betonline offer slightly better odds but their app looks really ugly and doesn't work as well.
  5. Fan Boy

    Fan Boy Member

    I've been betting on the NFL using the DraftKings app since the American Football season started but now I'm getting a little nervous following the fantasy gambling sites withdrawal from New York. I only have a couple of hundred bucks in my account but I'm still concerned the site will be shut down across the US and I'll lose all my money. Should I withdraw my cash?
  6. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

    I think your money is safe with these US based fantasy betting apps. Even if they are prohibited from operating in you state, you should still be able to withdraw your money from their site. They are different to off-shore betting sites who do not have licenses to operate in the USA.
  7. do any of these US gambling sites offer free bets to new customers? i'm a little short of cash right now but i'd love to bet on the 49ers to take the bears on sunday.
  8. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

    BetOnline give new mobile players a $50 free play so if the first bet you place from your phone loses, you get a second chance. You'll find more information here.
  9. Dice Man

    Dice Man Member

    Superbowl 2016 is just a few weeks away. Where will you guys be placing your Superbowl bets?
  10. UKProud

    UKProud New Member

    i think betonline offer the best odds although i prefer the bovada iphone app.
  11. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

    Don't forget that Betonline, 5Dimes and Bovada now accept bitcoin. This should make funding your player account for the new NFL season much easier.
  12. Are there any American football tipping apps that are free. I think come the super bowl it's going to be between the New England Patriots, Green Bay Packers, Seattle Seahawks and Carolina Panthers.
  13. Mr Ellen

    Mr Ellen Member

    Personally I use the tipping app. You'll find plenty of tips from NFL pre-season right up to the super-bowl. What I like about the app is the fact that you can see how successful each tipster is before you decide to follow their betting advice or not. The iOS and Android app is 100% free to use and it has a dedicated American Football section.
  14. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

    If fantasy sports betting on the NFL is your thing then you should check out this new NFL fantasy data app called DK Live. It's a free iOS/Android app that will give you play by play stats on every American Football game.
  15. if you want to gamble on the NFL from Europe or Australia, which app would you recommend?
  16. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

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    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

  18. seamus

    seamus Member

    Is Bovada available to European sports bettors?
  19. Ana

    Ana Member

    What are your views on Carbon sports?
  20. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

    I would avoid Carbon Sports. They started off primarily as a poker room and then they added some sports betting a few years ago. They then ran into problems with payments, leaving most playing waiting about 6 months to receive their withdrawals. They eventually did pay all their players but it left a bad taste in the mouth of many gamblers who left and never name back. Last I heard they were only accepting bitcoin now and you can no longer deposit with Visa or MasterCard.

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