With more and more mobile sportsbook experiences evolving to the point of being able to place a wager with one touch, it was only a matter of time until one swipe was all it took to bet on sports. Using a mechanic similar to that of Tinder, the Bookee app has done just that, allowing players to swipe through a series of wagers until they find the one for them. While this may not be as romantic an experience as Tinder, it can be just as enjoyable.
Geared toward more casual bettors, Bookee takes a lot of the analysis out of iPhone and Android sports betting. Showing a series of bets on your screen one at a time based on a sport or category selected by the user, users can swipe to decide whether or not they want to take those wagers, selecting their stake via a slider. Instead of researching and line shopping, all Bookee users have to do is decide whether they agree or disagree with what is on the screen and then hope for the best. Bookee will also be able to use bettors' preferences to serve them bets that cater to those preferences.
Parlay betting is also possible within Bookee in a couple of different ways. While users can create their own parlays by simply stacking bets that they swiped an interest in, the curated parlay feature is much more interesting as suggested parlays are presented to the user for them to simply approve or move on from.
Bookee's Splitbet feature is also an innovative one, as players can split their wager with a friend through the app, which is a much easier way of splitting a bet than having to rely on your friend to keep everything on the straight and narrow at a physical betting window.
As of now, Bookee is available for iPhone and other iOS devices, and is coming soon to Android devices.
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