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Best iOS Betting Apps in 2021

Mobile betting continues to grow. The power of smartphones has made betting accessible wherever you are and whenever you please. Sports betting apps have improved, offering more features and in-play options than ever before.

Having a functioning and reliable iOS app is a must for any betting company. Giving bettors the best app is at least as important as a good website – for many sports gamblers, the app is their main platform. Get it right, and it can win over customers. Get it wrong, and gamblers will be frustrated.

7 of the best iOS Betting Apps in 2021

Here are our seven best iOS betting apps.

Points Bet

As the name suggests, Points Bet’s app is focused on points betting. They offer expansive fixed-odds options, too, and provide bettors with an app as easy to use as any on the market.

Quick to load across the board, and with a smart black and red color scheme, Points Bet is one of the premier names in American sports betting and it’s easy to see why.

An average of 4.6 stars on over 2,000 App Store reviews is seriously impressive.

Bet 365

The biggest betting company in the world by many metrics, Bet365 is arguably the most recognizable brand in sports betting.

With such a reputation comes an impact on the industry. Bet365’s decisions and strategy shape many sports betting trends – they boast thousands of live streaming events every year and odds on every sport any bettor could wish to place a wager on.

Their iOS offering is solid and intuitive. It’s not ground-breaking, but it doesn’t need to be when you’re as successful as Bet365.

Bet Rivers

The first online sportsbook and app in Illinois, Bet Rivers’ iOS app has received mixed reviews. The headline is the bonuses for this one, though.

Bet Rivers have run several major promotions, including a $250 bonus for customers in Indiana, Pennsylvania, Colorado and Illinois.

It’ll be interesting to see what sort of market share Bet Rivers establishes as sports betting is legalized across the US.


Bet MGM’s iOS sportsbook app has an average rating of a whopping 4.8 on the app store from almost 10,000 reviews. The company best known for casinos has leapt into the sports betting marketplace and done so successfully to date.

An aesthetically pleasing and smooth-functioning app, Bet MGM is already one of the predominant forces in US sports betting.

William Hill

William Hill’s app is straight forward to navigate. Its loading times are better than most.

Where William Hill excel, though, is their range of odds. From the #YourOdds parlay builders to hundreds of price boosts, bettors have endless options in the search for betting value on William Hill.

The company, ranked as the fourth-largest betting business in the world, also offers bingo, casino and poker apps on iOS.

Draft Kings

As with any bookie, Draft Kings’ iOS reviews feature more than a handful of customer service complaints, but the majority are from very happy punters. Since expanding from daily fantasy into a sportsbook app, they have received an average of 4.8 on the App Store.

In-plays are a big part of Draft Kings’ promotional efforts – they offer more options than many of their competitors. Their boosted odds are good value too, and they are clear to see on the app.

Withdrawing funds is quick and easy – unfortunately that’s not the case for every sportsbook app.


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