More Online Gamblers Becoming Mobile in 2010
2010 Is a year that is continuing to see communication technologies cultivate, making the internet more accessible than ever. Many are taking the advancements to extreme measures, connecting themselves to social networks and entertainment on the internet around the clock. The past year has particularly seen a large spike in the amount of mobile users turning on their phones to connect to online casinos.
Gambling at online poker sites and internet casinos is nothing new, but improved technology has caused more people than ever to use mobile devices to enter online gambling destinations. Statistics from a study provided by at Lucky Blackjack, an authority site for online blackjack information, asserts that the first two months of 2010 saw a 18% increase in bets being placed through mobile devices. This percentage of mobile gambling is projected to continue to grow because transportable technology will see more expansion to the public consumers.
Better cell phone technology is bringing more players to online casinos in 2010.
Over the past few years PDAs and cellular phones have increased processing capabilities to make connecting to the internet easier than ever. A new generation of consumers has embraced the technology to enter the internet through their phone. This is no doubt the outcome of people who are on the go who are using technology to assist them in executing their everyday online needs.
Currently the iPhone and Blackberry have dominated the market with but two new mobile phones are expected to challenge with their improved technology. Analysts expect Window’s HDT HD2 and the Google phone to put even more users onto the internet through mobile technology. In preparation more and more online casinos are popping up, ready to serve the future customers with mobile casinos, who will be connecting through their phone.