Online Mobile Casinos

A-Z of Mobile Casinos

The Best Mobile Casino Apps of 2014

The Best Mobile Casino Apps of 2014

March 1st, 2015

As technology continues to strive onwards; and the borders between what can and cannot realistically be achieved in terms of handheld casino real-play stretches beyond the limits of this writers wildest imagination, surely we competitive gamers must all realise how lucky we are to be alive in such an era?

2014 was a year of unparalleled success in the Mobile Casino App business. Here, in no particular order, are the top five reasons why:


Big Win Slots

A solid choice of app for slot machine lovers of both iOS and Android leanings, Big Win Slots offers 3 reel and 5 reel games, dozens of them in fact. Themes are updated on a monthly basis, Las Vegas rules abided by and loyal players earn VIP credits which can be used in all Mobile Deluxe gaming suites.

GSN Casino

Offering players a modern and fun twist on classic Vegas-style gambling, GSN Casino has proven itself very popular over the past year on account of its vast collection of free slots, poker, blackjack and even bingo! Within the context of these traditional offerings, players can undertake a whole range of exciting themes – ranging from Deal or no Deal to Ghostbusters!

Zynga Poker

Topping innumerable best-of lists last year, Zynga poker offers iOS users a gambling experience that very few other games are capable of replicating. Starting off with 20,000 chips, newcomers are immediately immersed among some 6 million daily players – what could be more exciting?!

Royal Baccarat

Bringing the magic of Baccarat to users of both iOS and Android operating systems, Royal Baccarat is certainly one of the most sophisticated mobile casino apps to hit shelves in 2014. With its sleek disturbance free environment – it is simply used to perfection and perfect for learning the game.

Big Fish Casino

Showcasing all of the classics such as poker, blackjack, slots, craps and roulette, Big Fish Casino brings out the social side to gambling via these games – offering players the chance not only to fully customise their experience through avatars but to interact with one another and play alongside friends. Ideal for users seeking a more casual experience, Big Fish nonetheless functions well enough to attract serious players.