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Full Tilt Poker brings real gambling to Android 2.2, Flash
Monday 22nd of November 2010
The first Android app that lets people play poker against real opponents for real money has landed in the Android Market. Full Tilt Poker Rush Mobile is available now for devices that have Android 2.2 and support Flash 10.1. Users who meet those requirements can sign-up now and start playing poker for actual money deposited into their Full Tilt accounts rather than the virtual currency typically used in mobile poker games.Full Tilt reports that this is just a beta app and users may experience some lag or connectivity issues. However, the app uses Rush Poker to increase speed and action at the table, so that may help decrease the chance of a long round leading to problems.A FullTiltPoker.com account is required, as is a deposit of money into your account. A 100% deposit of up to $600 will be matched for your initial deposit. Open the Android Market and download the app to begin play. A list of compatible devices and frequently asked questions can be found here.The legality of online poker varies depending on your location, so I’ll leave it up to our readers to determine if they
Casino Games For Android - Now You Can Gamble Your Money On Mobile
Wednesday 14th of July 2010
14. Jul, 2010 written by Tal Schechter / Androidheadlines.com You don’t have to play your internet casino games just at your desk any more. The All Slots Mobile Casino is now available for Android. Ok, ok, so it has been available for a little while now, but only in the browser. Now there is an app, soon to be added to Android Market. What is better about the app, you ask? Mostly, sound effects. The parent company, Jackpot Factory Group, has been working on this for a little while, and they are quite proud to be the first mobile casino app in the Android Market. It’s not in the Market quite yet, but if you need it right now, go to i.allslotscasino.com on your Android. One might wonder about the safety and security of gambling real money over your phone. Well, the app was developed by Spin3, makers of lottery and casino platforms for lots of mobile devices. It’s powered by Microgaming, which apparently has a good history with dealing with mobile money. The mobile site for All Slots Casino has Royal Derby, Roulette, Blackjack, Video Poker, a couple instant win games,
Featured: MobilePokerClub.com Android App Review
Wednesday 29th of February 2012
Game Name: Mobile Poker ClubDescriptionThe Mobile Poker Club app for Android is designed specifically for mobile devices giving its members the ability to play whenever and wherever they wish. It has cross platform support and with over 1 million players there is never a shortage of action. Not only does Mobile Poker Club allow you to play on the go it offers the option to play for fun and is one of the few mobile poker apps that allows users to play with real money wagers. If your a poker player there is a Texas Holdem table ready for you right now. With real money tournaments, limit/ no limit games, and daily free rolls Mobile Poker Club has something for everyone.How It WorksWhen first starting the app you will be prompted to make an account, after logging it you will arrive at the default screen which is the lobby of no limit fake money tables. The lobby allows you to see the average pot of the tables and how many players are currently playing. The max table limit ten players and you can select micro, mid, or high as the average pot size you wish to select from. The layout is sim
Full Tilt developing Android app to play poker with real money
Friday 15th of October 2010
Online poker players will get the opportunity to hold ‘em or fold ‘em directly from their Android phones. And instead of virtual money or fun, the stakes will be for real cash.Poker website FullTiltPoker.com sent invitations to select members to take part in a beta for Rush Poker Mobile, an Android based version of the website’s fast-action poker games.According to an email sent to members, players on select Android 2.2 devices would play poker with real money, a first for Android as far as I can tell. The legality of online poker has not been clearly defined in the United States, but there are U.S. phones among the list of devices that will be supported by Rush Poker Mobile. Other phones named include:Acer Liquid Stream S110HTC DesireHTC Desire HDHTC Droid IncredibleHTC EVO 4GGoogle Nexus OneMotorola Droid 2Motorola Droid ProMotorola Droid XT-Mobile G2The status of the app is only in beta, but we may soon see this app pop-up in the Android Market or available via a downloadable APK. Here’s a video showing off the app.Full Tilt via [Phandroid]
Real Money Games on Android
Wednesday 02nd of November 2011
I play poker for a living and I would like to switch my iPhone with the new Galaxy. The only problem is that I couldn't find a poker site that is compatible with Android. I know bwin has an application but I would like to play trough my browser. I found this resource for poker on Android and they claim that a new poker site is about to release its latest version for Android poker. If someone play poker on Android, I would love to hear some comments...Cheers
Gamble REAL $$ with FULL TILT Poker coming to Android
Saturday 16th of October 2010
If you weren’t lucky enough to be a FULL TILT “Black Card” member, then you’re gambling habits will have to wait. Email invitations have gone out to those members giving them a BETA peak at what I’m sure will be another hit on Android. The app is currently being called RUSH POKER MOBILE and will be on devices running Android 2.2 froyo. I know there are plenty of poker games on the market so no big deal right? Well FULL TILT is looking to one up the rest of those apps by allowing the use of what? REAL MONEY, that’s right, your hard-earned cash. The poker app itself will be based on FULL TILT’s Rush Poker format, where players can fold hands right away and move to another table to be dealt back in. From Full Tilt:It gives Android devices another advantage as Apple refuses to allow real money gambling via its app storeBelow is a shot of the message that went out to those “Black Card” members, take a look and see if your device is supported and don’t let that money burn a hole in your pocket.
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Saturday 27th of July 2013
Did Asphalt 5 and Asphalt 6 not quite cut it for you when it comes to racing games on Android? Can I not tempt you with N.O.V.A. 2 either? Fear not! Gameloft is back with a new title, GT Racing: Academy Free+, which is available to download right now on the Android Market.Although the title is free, you will probably have coughed up some money by the time you've finished playing. In-app purchases include XP multipliers and credit packs to buy new cars, of which there are 111. It's probably safe to assume that the in-game models are somewhat cheaper than their real life counterparts, though, so there is a realistic chance that you'll be driving a Ferrari by the time you're done.
Real-money poker app!
Friday 15th of October 2010
Hi guys,I read this morning that Google and Full Tilt have joined forces to launch a real money poker app for Android. Does anyone know any more about this or whether there are any other poker apps in the pipeline?I play cash games at Pokerstars and Purple Lounge and would like to know if I'll be able to use my existing accounts on my phone - or will be forced to switch to Full Tilt!?
Mobile [Android] Casinos- The best the gaming industry has to offer
Friday 31st of May 2013
Just the other day, we featured a post on casino games for Android. The games, offered by the William Hill Casino Club, allow you to play slot-style games from anywhere. You can start out playing with virtual money, or you can even up the stakes and play for real money.That topic, of course, introduces a series of questions, namely where can you find more games like that? We’ll get to that in a bit.Is it safe to play Casino games on an Android device?While I can’t provide exact details on how safe the practice is, virtual casino operators claim it is indeed very safe and secure to play the related games. Personal information including sensitive data and banking details are encrypted which makes it more difficult for third parties to gain access to said information. In addition, operators claim that they use state of the art security software for all of their games and apps. Take that for what it is.How do you play Casino games on Android?There are a couple ways to go about it, one of which is to play the games right within a browser. Mobile casino operators recommend installing t
FIFA 14 lands on Android
Tuesday 24th of September 2013
Title arrives today on Google Play and Amazon AppstoreFollowing Madden 25 last week, EA's leading soccer/football title FIFA 14 is now available on Android through Google Play and the Amazon Appstore. Like the console version, FIFA features a wealth of real-world clubs, tournaments and players, as well as commentary inEnglish, French, German, Italian and Spanish. EA'sFootball Club Match Day feature also lets you play along with real-world fixtures from this year's leagues, including real-time updates of injuries and suspensions.Like Madden, the new FIFA follows a "freemium" pricing model — there's no charge to download the app, but you'll pay real money for in-game stuff. As we've come to expect from big-name EA games, the graphics are slick and the controls work reasonably well too.But you're also looking at a pretty big download for FIFA 14— 1.35GB in fact, so you might want to check your internal storage before you download. Grab it from Google Play using the button above — which will get you a free gold premium pack —