Mobile Slots

Mobile slots are a great way to enjoy gambling on slots, when on the go.  To get started, we recommend the following casino apps that focus on mobile slots play:

Casinos with the best offers

About Slots Apps

A mobile slots app is an app designed specifically for slots play, like the Spin Casino app offered by Coral Casino. Most casino apps, however, offer mobile slots as part of their overall offering, accessed from the main menu, like any other game, and not as a standalone app.

Downloading Android Slots Games

You can download almost all of the casino apps we have reviewed on the Gambling App Store to any Android device. These Android casino apps are perfectly designed to fit the small screen and operating system of any compatible system. This includes a wide range of smartphones and tablets brought to you by leading vendors like Motorola, Samsung, Sony, LG, Google, HTC and more.

Remember, in order to get started, you will need to unlock your mobile for third party app downloads, from the Security settings. If you don’t know how to do that yet, we have an easy walk-through on each review page, as well as a comprehensive FAQ page to help you out.

Playing Games from Your Slots App

Once you have downloaded the casino app and created an account, you are free to explore its mobile slots offering.

Slot games can usually be found as a separate heading in the navigation, if not on the homepage screen itself. There may be slight differences in the way that each casino lists its slot offering, but usually it’s something along the lines of three-reel, five-reel, video slots, and progressive jackpot games. Some casinos with, say, a lot of Marvel superhero games may also have a separate Marvel option.

Once you’ve made a selection, it’s time to play. If you’ve yet to do so, it’s time to fund your casino account so you can make real money wagers. Or if you want a few practice rounds first, most slots apps will indulge.

The next step is to decide how many paylines you want to bet. The number of paylines available will depend on the game you’ve chosen. In most cases, if you want to win the maximum payout amount you will need to play the maximum number of paylines. Keep in mind, however, the more paylines you play, the more money you’ll need to wager each round. It’s a balancing game, and entirely up to you.

Once you’re ready, tap the ‘Spin’ button to put the reels in motion. If you have a winning combination your winnings will automatically be added to your account. If not, it’s time to proceed to the next bet, and repeat, for as long as you desire.

Mobile slots variety

If you’ve played at the online casino of the same brand, you may note that there are fewer options available for mobile play. That being said, some, like the Mr Green casino app have a huge range of slots, and in this case, 25 progressive jackpot games!

In fact, because of their simple game play and graphics that work well on a small screen, slots tend to be the most prevalent form of games offered in all the mobile casinos we’ve reviewed.

Plus, to keep things consistent, most brands have made an effort to include their top slots in their mobile offering, knowing that they’re a huge draw and help build loyalty.

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Finding the right slots app

We all love recommendations, but there’s only so far a recommendation can go. In order to find the right slots app for you, we suggest going through our top slots apps list (above), and reviewing each casino’s offering for yourself.

Note the bonus, the game offering, and the payment options. If user-interface and graphics are important to you, then consider them as well. Other than that, just give the app a try. You may surprise yourself when discovering what you like.

Are slots apps legal?

The short answer to this question is, yes, so long as the slots app has met certain UK legislation. If you come across a slots app yourself, you might want to put in a bit of effort to do the research. If you download from Gambling App Store, on the other hand, you know the research has already been done, and the app is legally in the clear.