Net Entertainment, better known throughout the online casino community as NetEnt, has recently joined many of its software developing competitors in the introduction of a mobile casino app for Apple iOS. The company followed that up with an Android-compatible mobile casino application and is now toying with the idea of converting all of its 100+ online casino games onto a mobile platform.
The software developer released its first mobile brand at the end of 2011, presenting Net Entertainment Touch to users of the Apple iPhone and iPad. The platform carries only a small assortment of Net Entertainment’s most popular games. Just a few days ago, NetEnt announced the release of a new update to the mobile platform, now compatible with iOS and Android-powered Smartphone devices, again featuring the most popular varieties of online slots, as well as blackjack.
According to the Net Entertainment website, “Significant changes have been made to maximise the enjoyment for mobile users and we have been extremely careful not to sacrifice any of the great gameplay and superlative graphics that made the games so popular in the first place.” The developer attests that by utilizing a touch-screen interface, they were able to incorporate more innovative features into each game, resulting in a superior mobile casino experience.
The mobile casino currently has many of the same games you’ll find on the desktop casino, with more being added all of them time.
NetEnt has affirmed to its commitment to continue providing a leading software platform in all relative formats; online casino games and mobile casino games. In an effort to maintain that stance, the company has expressed its desire to perform a full scale re-development phase of each and every game supplied in its online casino client.
The Microgaming software development company currently has the largest selection of mobile casino game apps, but that is no surprise considering they started all the way back 2004 with their first mobile casino app, long before the iOS and Android Smartphone devices took over the cellular device market. Net Entertainment are still lagging behind, because for every game they create, Microgaming create many more. But many players prefer Net Ent and that counts for a lot.