Dragonfish’s head and senior vice president, Yaniv Schwartz, says the company is really excited about the prospect of further extending their bingo platform into the mobile market, claiming it’s another big step in delivering a fantastic experience to the brand’s players and partners “by enabling them to access bingo throughout all Internet devices.”
Other sites which are due to roll-out the new Apple iPad app include Costa and Moon, although we’ll bet Foxy are pleased as punch to be the first to get their hands on it and that Foxy’s fans will be stampeding to be one of the first to play it.
Foxy Bingo already offer iPhone and Android players mobile games, such as 90-ball, chat games, and slots. Providing you’re an existing member of the online site, all you need to do is enter the URL into your mobile browser and log-in with your usual username and password. As long as you’ve got a compatible smart-phone, it’s a great way to keep in touch with all the goings-on with your favourite site, and it also means you never have to miss out on exciting jackpot games or time-limited promotions just because you’re out of the house. New players can also get a piece of the action by signing up via their mobile and, just like online newbies, they can claim £20 of free-play when they sign-up and deposit their first £10.
Dragonfish software powers many successful bingo operators other than Foxy, including 888Ladies, Wink, Costa, Iceland, and Moon; however, they also do a lot more too. The brand offers a full casino game suite, poker, poker portals, and sportsbooks, and both 888 Casino, Caesars, and ReefClub Casino use Dragonfish platforms.
We’re certainly looking forward to seeing Dragonfish’s new iPad app. The question is – are you? If you’re lucky enough to own one of these dazzling Apple gadgets, will you be giving the application a go? Are there any other brands you’d like to see offer these kinds of apps for your device?