New United States real money iOS, Windows & Android Gossip Slots and Casino Games App

Discussion in 'Mobile Casino Games' started by Sebastian, Nov 6, 2013.

  1. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

    Up until a few months ago, United States casino gamers were not able to play slots, blackjack or roulette on their phone or tablets for real money. While a number of quality online casinos accepted players from the U.S., they did not have possess the technology to offer these games on iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry or Windows Phone tablets and handsets. Thankfully a new U.S. friendly mobile casino called Gossip Slots is now available that is compatible with virtually any phone or tablet. Here are a few key facts...

    • The apps are web based so you won't find them in the iTunes App Store.
    • The games can be played from any browser, including Safari, Chrome and Firefox.
    • Real money apps include blackjack, 5 reel slots and roulette.
    • Each casino game comes with an inbuilt chat facility so you can shoot the breeze with other gamers while you play.
    • New players get a 400% welcome bonus up to $1,000.
    • Special rebates are offered every Wednesday exclusively to mobile players.
    • Open the players in the US, UK, Russia, Ireland, Canada and worldwide.

    Visit Gossip's USA mobile casino today and sample the apps for free with their 25 free slot spins offer.
    Last edited: Jul 22, 2016
  2. Dice Man

    Dice Man Member

    I know Apple would never approve an App Store native app in the United States, but for players like myself in the United Kingdom, is there a downloadable version that I can install rather than using the HTML5 web app?
  3. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

    No at present Gossip Slots have opted to only develop web based apps as these casino games will work on the widest range of devices. I'm sure in time they will also develop native apps for both iOS, Android and Windows Phone, although the iPhone/iPad versions will only be available in certain jurisdictions where mobile gambling is legal.
  4. Dice Man

    Dice Man Member

    That makes sense I guess. It would be nice if some of these iOS and Android casinos started to offer a wider variety of games like Keno, scratch cards, virtual sports, pachinko, video poker, baccarat or dice though.
  5. Lizzy

    Lizzy New Member

    Does this mobile casino accept Bitcoin or does anyone know of a US casino that does?
  6. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

    This mobile casino currently does not accept Bitcoin at present although U.S. customers are welcome to make deposit and withdrawals using MasterCard, Visa, QuickCash, Direct Cash, Bank Wire and Check by Courier.
  7. Dice Man

    Dice Man Member

    The websites says that these are Flash games but I thought iOS phones and tablets didn't support Flash so how do they work?
  8. Terry W

    Terry W Member

    The online versions use flash but when you use an iPhone, Windows or Android device you are redirected to their HTML5 web based games that work from any browser.
  9. Dice Man

    Dice Man Member

    I wouldn't worry too much about Flash as even Adobe stopped supporting it on mobile devices a couple of years ago so you'd need to be insane to develop any type of gaming app using this antiquated technology. It's been almost 4 years since Steve Jobs wrote this essay which highlighted Flash's unsuitability for mobile devices due to it's instability and inefficiency.

    Flash is installed on some older Android devices but it's basically dead when it comes to smartphones and tablets.
  10. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

    I don't think Apple every really bought into the whole Adobe Air thing, it was more of an Android development. I've never been asked to install it anyway for any Texas Hold'em or casino game that I've ever played on either my iPhone or iPad. I do recall having to install in on my Samsung Galaxy a couple of years back in order to test a particular native casino app.
  11. Lizzy

    Lizzy New Member

    Can I play real money Texas Holdem on my iPhone at any of these United States mobile casinos? I know they offer video poker games but what if I want to play Omaha or Texas Hold'em cash games on my iPhone 5C or Samsung Galaxy Tab 2?

    It would be great if I could compete in poker tournaments too but I'd settle for an app that offers rings games in the USA to begin with. Can anybody help?
  12. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

    Hi Lizzy,

    If you live in the United States and you would like to play real-money poker on your iPhone and Samsung Galaxy we would recommend you try Carbon Pokerapp. They offer ring games, turbo poker and Sit & Go tournaments on most types of phones and tablets.

    You can find out a little more about Carbon Mobile by reading this discussion thread.
  13. Tassie

    Tassie New Member

    The Gossip Slots games have improved a lot over the past few months. They used to be a little slow to load on my iPhone and didn't fit the screen perfectly but they seem to have resolved these problems. They've also added some new iPhone casino apps for "Single Deck Blackjack" and "New American Blackjack".

    I just wised they accepted Bitcoin :-(
  14. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

    Yes Bitcoin would be a great addition for their US based casino gamers. Hopefully in 2015 :)
  15. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

    Casino tournaments have been added to Gossip Slots. This is the first time that slots tournaments, roulette tournaments and blackjack tournaments have been made available on iPhone and Android to United States real-money gamers.
  16. cevans

    cevans Member

    they run a daily freeroll with a $100 prize that's worth entering. the entry fee is zero so what have to you got to lose.
  17. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

    Fans of bitcoin can now deposit at Gossip using the crypto-currency but unfortunately this cashier option isn't open to US gamers just yet.
  18. OKC Thunders

    OKC Thunders New Member

    this seems quiet stupid. surely real money casino gamers from the USA have the most to benefit from making anonymous bitcoin deposits and withdrawals.
  19. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

    I guess they are using a bitcoin payment processor based in the United States who is not able to facilitate gambling transactions. I know that CoinBase and BitPay will not process gambling related bitcoin transactions in the USA.
  20. rocky dennis

    rocky dennis New Member

    is there a way to get around these restrictions on bitcoin gambling?

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