How iOS casinos are launched on the App Store
Developers are releasing casino and slot machine apps to attract new customers.
How casinos for iOS are launched on the App Store. There is a special section for gambling games on App store.
Atlas Gaming has published a casino app for iPhones on the App Store. The app was adapted for iPad, iPhone 4 and iPhone 5. It was written in C++ and changes were made in Objective-C. There are already more than 100 thousand such applications in the app store. Without promotion, they will remain little known.
The product needs to be adapted for three generations of iOS devices and for the AppStore API technology. Downloadable files shouldn't weigh more than 100MB.
The first casino app appeared in the iOS app shop in 2012. It was a joint project between Big Fish and Betable. The app offered slots, Texas Hold’em and roulette. In September the project launched successfully.
Apple has outlined its requirements for apps in its App Store Review Guidelines. Failure to comply with them will prevent the app from appearing on the App store. All winnings must be sponsored by the owner and there must also be a page inside with a clear description of the rules. The owner must have a gambling licence valid in each country where the game is available. It is forbidden to sell any real product, in particular lottery tickets.
All winnings must be sponsored by the app owner. The owner must have a gambling licence valid in each country where the game is available. App must not be advertised and images inappropriate for children mustn't be used.
All games on iOS can run exclusively on the HTML5 platform. The range of entertainment for iPhone casino is slightly inferior to that for Android. Users will have access to a wide variety of slot machines with a variety the themes. Live mode allows players to watch live broadcasts from real casinos and play with live dealer. It's possible to play for free or for money.