Playing Poker on UK iPhone and Android Devices

The most frequented online poker site worldwide is PokerStars, and recently it  proved itself to be leader of innovation in the area of mobile poker with the launch of its new PokerStars Mobile app.

It took a few years for poker apps to really make their mark online, and it is only recently that the biggest names in poker have embraced the mobile market. As with most apps, poker or otherwise, the difference between each one is varied, with some being more user friendly than others. PokerStars has come up trumps with the development of an app, which works and plays supremely well. The sophisticated auto switch technology and the use of flick navigation defies any restrictions that could be encountered by playing on a smaller screen. This means that those poker players who are able to play multiple tables at once will still be able to do so without any negative effect on their game.

The app has been designed for play at all levels, so it is not solely for the experienced poker player. As a beginner, players will be wary of playing with too much money until they have more experience, so the option to play for micro stakes and even to play for free will be welcome news for those just discovering the game. However, there are still high-roller stakes to be played for, as each player at every level of experience is catered for here.

Tutorials and customer support are also available on the app, just as they are on the original PokerStars software. Both have been modified for mobile use in order to create a simple yet effective user experience. Players can also choose the quick seating option on the app, and also the chat function is installed, just as it is on the original site.

PokerStars has more than 40 million registered players so finding a tournament to play is never going to pose any problems! The app connects to the whole PokerStars network, so no member is ever going to be left wanting. Whether Texas Hold‘em is your game of choice or Omaha, you will find your favourite on the app. The app has been available since February 2012  and is supported on iPhone, Android, iPad and other tablet devices.

So, what are you waiting for? If you do not already have a PokerStars account, pokerstars to download the software needed to your desktop device. Follow the simple instructions to create a free account. When this stage is complete, it should only take a few minutes to search for Pokerstars UK on your mobile device and simply click on the download link for PokerStars Mobile. The same for those who already have an account, just click on the link on your mobile device and off you go! Play poker whenever and wherever you may roam.

When you have become familiar with the app, or if you would like to find out more information about the game and the people who play for PokerStars, or even what tournaments are being held , when and where, take a look at PokerStars TV. It is THE place to watch interviews with the top players and shows such as the European Poker Tour. You may even learn valuable tips on how to improve your game!

If you enjoy poker and want the freedom to play when you choose, wherever you choose, install the PokerStarsMobile app today!

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