AskGamblers is Now Available in App Store

AskGamblers has just released a superb iPhone App. The award-winning casino portal is one of the first in the industry to explore the mobile market and is definitely pushing the boundaries and raising the standards in this field as well.

The AskGamblers iPhone App is designed to keep players, affiliates, and gaming professionals up to date in a smart and clear-cut way. All the information and services that are available at the main AskGamblers website are now at your fingertips via this convenient mobile app.

With AskGamblers iPhone App users can stay in touch with the latest happenings in the world of online casinos, read most reliable casino reviews, get real players’ opinion, and bonuses on the go. What’s more, the AskGamblers superior live notifications system will ensure you never miss an important update.

And of course, whoever has a dispute against a casino, the AskGamblers app provides full access to the portal's complaints service. All users are able to see the complete list of published complaints at any time, and also track a specific complaint.

Igor Salindrija, the CEO of AskGamblers commented on the launch: “Our new iPhone App is in agreement with the AskGamblers high standards. Like everything else, it is developed with our users in mind to deliver the best possible experience, and accurate and unbiased information about online casinos. However, it's just the beginning and we'll continue pushing further into the mobile field.”

Be sure to check out the new AskGamblers iPhone App. Don’t waste a second more and download it on the App Store free of charge today.

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