Centrebet Android App Top Features
- Option to set up bet alerts on particular horses or teams
- Form guides and results on greyhound and horse racing
- Great choice of payment methods available
How to Download and Install the Centrebet App
It is quick and easy to install the Centrebet App to your mobile device. Simply visit the Centrebet website and create a new account. Follow these simple steps:
- Create an account at this site Centrebet website
- Once you’ve set up an account, you’ll return to the home page
- Press the + sign at the bottom of the screen and tap ‘add to home page’.
- This app is compatible with the majority of Android smartphones and tablets.Centrebet Android App Review
As one of the world’s leaders in mobile betting app development, Centrebet have worked hard to design an easily navigable Android app in its own iconic gold and blue colours. It is extremely user friendly, even for beginners, thanks to its innovative yet intuitive approach. One excellent feature of this app is the ability to stream live Centrebet Radio directly from the app itself which offers a live commentary on a great range of events as well as tips, interviews and previews both before and after the events of the day. The app offers its own help section, however more detailed guidance can be found by using the live help facility.
All of the major Australian markets are represented on this app, with the most popular (such as cricket, rugby league, horse racing, greyhound racing and Aussie rules football) being displayed on the main page as clearly identifiable icons so that they can be accessed quickly and easily. There is an impressive range of sports to bet on, with everything from snooker to boxing and from UFC to E-Sports being represented. The international markets are also prominently featured with the chance to bet on golf, tennis and soccer as well as the top American leagues like the NBA and NFL. For those who like to place a novelty bet, there are also some non-sports markets such as reality TV show outcomes and political betting. As well as offering the standard win lines, several markets offer a range of other betting types such as exact scores, half time leaders and even season-long bets on top trainers or champion jockey.
Centrebet’s racing line up is very strong, covering harness, horse and greyhound events all across New Zealand, Australia, the UK, Ireland and South Africa as well as certain races from France and Hong Kong. Numerous markets are offered including Win/Place, Exacta, Quinella, First 4, Trifecta, Multi and Super Exotic. Fixed Odds, Best Fluc and Best Tote are also available on the majority of horse races with Fixed Odds and Tote available on harness events and Totes being available on greyhound racing.
A couple of downsides to the Centrebet app include its average bookmaker’s margin which, at 5.1%, is higher than the median which is currently around 4.9%. Also, due to current gambling legislation, Australian punters are no longer able to participate in live online betting, having to place live bets through a phone line.
The Centrebet app offers an excellent range of deposit options to suit the preferences of a broad spectrum of punters. Those who prefer traditional methods will be happy with using their MasterCard or Visa or bank transfer option to place funds into their account while those who have a preference for more contemporary methods will probably choose to opt for PayPal or Skrill as their deposit method of choice. BPAY and POLi are also available options for deposits. Most of these methods have very low minimum deposit amounts, with no minimum set on bank transfers, a minimum of just $1 for POLi deposits, $5 for using a credit card and $30 on PayPal or Skrill deposits. There is also a greater range of withdrawal methods available than via many other bookmakers, with the option to withdraw profits via PayPal, BPAY and Skrill as well as the more typical yet slower bank transfer option. Withdrawals, however, can only be made in increments of $1, and therefore any balance in cents cannot be withdrawn from an account. The minimum amount of wager that can be placed is just $1, and only $0.25 on exotic bets. This makes placing a bet accessible even to novices and casual punters. The maximum payout for a single online wager is $50,000 with the maximum payout on a multiple online wager being $100,000.
Overall, the Centrebet app offers an excellent betting experience to both experienced and novice punters alike, as might be expected from one of the biggest Australian licensed bookmakers. With its impressive range of markets and good choice of deposit methods, it has a lot going for it, and fans of Australian sports will not be disappointed by the range on offer to bet on. The low minimum deposit amounts and low minimum wagers make this app extremely accessible and when this is combined with the intuitive and appealing interface, it is easy to see why this app appeals to newcomers to betting.