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The Betting Platform of Paddy Power App for Android Review

We encourage you to read our Paddy Power app for Android review. It will discuss a few essential things about the platform, from how to obtain it to what alternations you need to make to your phone in order for it to work. We will also discuss briefly what you can do on the app. In other words, we will be telling you everything you need to know about the PP platform before you install it on your device. Be sure to check it out.

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Starting our Paddy Power Android app review, we would like you to know that you need to do a few things prior to installing the platform on your phone. First off, you need to register an account if you haven’t done so already. You can sign up on your computer, or you can use the mobile version via your phone, meaning you need to enter the web address of the site in the browser of your device and you will be taken to the mobile-friendly version. Having done that will allow you access to the main features of Paddy Power.

That, however, will not be enough. In some cases, you will also have to make a change in the settings. The reason you are going to go through these steps is that Google does not encourage applications that promote or feature gambling and betting content. Hence, you will not find the Paddy Power platform in Google Store, and you will have to obtain it via the Paddy Power site. But back to the settings alternations, we were talking about in our Paddy Power Android app review.

Here is what you need to do before you install the platform. Go to “Settings” and find “Security”. Scroll through the options and check out the “Unknown sources” tab. Is the box ticked? If not, make sure to put a tick next to it. This will enable installation of apps from unknown sources, i.e. all non-Google platforms. If you don’t do this in advance, you will probably get a message prompting you to allow the app to run on your phone when installation begins.

User experience regarding the Paddy Power Android navigation! Before we close our Paddy Power Android app review, we will tell you about user experience. Since you cannot use a mouse with your phone to navigate the pages, an app has to be done very precisely so that it is easy to use with just a few taps on the screen. On that note, the PP app is very well-designed, and it works just fine. The pages load in a flash and the mobile platform is very responsive to the fingers. It is easy to find your way around. The menu is very comprehensive, and the links are understandable. The app echoes the colours of the full site. Hence, the background and some of the tabs are in different shades of green.

The betting slip is located in the top right corner. When you click on it, it will expand and populate as you add selections. The tabs on the top are reserved for types of bets. You can choose from the most popular wagers to other less common wagers. The options are endless. The main menu, which lists all of the sports from A to Z, is placed in the left corner at the bottom of the page. Next to it is the Cash out feature, which allows you to withdraw your winnings. Although the app is centred on the sportsbook, there are some casino links, including Slots, Roulette and Blackjack. Super convenient.

And this is how the Paddy Power app works. Make sure that you check out our article about the platform for Apple users too.

Bonus Offers

As a new Paddy Power customer, you are someone who has not had any previous account with the bookie, you are eligible to receive a 20 pound risk-free bet. All you have to do is sign up and wager a single bet of £20 on a market of your choice. If the bet loses, you will get your wager back so that you can withdraw it or use it on something else.

Review of Live Streaming and Betting

Live streaming and betting via Android at Paddy Power! Paddy Power currently offers a tiny but useful in-play streaming service on their site that features a number of sports. However, this feature is mainly focused on tennis, rugby and football. This service is completely free to Paddy Power’s customers, but you need to be logged into your account to access it.

The streaming of greyhounds and horse races is separate from the main service and are active only several minutes before the race starts. On these races, you have to place a wager of at least 1 pound.

Withdrawals and Deposits

A betting feature in the Paddy Power app is the Cash Card Plus. This debit card is linked to your account and thus, all of your winnings can be withdrawn from any ATM or to buy things in stores or websites. Once you sign up, it is simple to request such a card directly in the application. Also, you can use Skrill, Neteller, Entropay, PayPal, Visa and MasterCard debit and credit cards.

Devices that the Paddy Power Android App can Run on

Any Android device that uses Android 1.6 Donut or above.

Questions and Answers

What are the necessary requirements for the PP Android app? What are the necessary requirements for the PP app? Accessibility is a feature that even a giant like Paddy Power cannot overlook. What is the point of the company’s controversial attitude if no one can see it? Fortunately, this is not the case with this bookmaker. Paddy Power’s app can be run on almost every modern day device.

Can I get the PP betting app on my Android device? Yes, you can, and it is not that hard to download it. Firstly, you need to open an account with the company, since this will save you time. After that, all you need to do is find it in the company’s mobile version of the site and download it from there. Keep in mind that it is only accessible to Android versions 1.6 Donut and above.

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Last edited by Anthony Graham at September 8th, 2017
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