Betdaq Android app – Exchange betting app
The Betdaq Android app is a good alternative to the Betfair app if you like trading on an exchange market. The Betdaq app is good to use for exchange betting but it is lacking in terms of multiples (accumulator) betting, with the maximum legs in an acca being 7 (most other apps allow up to 15 legs).
How to get Betdaq on Android
There are two ways to install the Betdaq Android app, you can either add the mobile site to your home screen or alternatively, you can download the third-party app once registered. The first step for either method is to register as a Betdaq customer. This can be done on either your mobile, tablet or computer via the link below to qualify for the free bet.
Once registered we recommend you add the link to your home screen to install the Betdaq Android app rather than the third party download. This is due to the snags that you get with some third party apps. If you do wish to download the Betdaq app then follow the link that appears on the home page to do so.
Betdaq Android app review
The best way to describe Betdaq on Android is simply to say “its okay”. It’s not the best-designed app or the most interesting looking app but it is secure and reliable. But there are some advantages to using Betdaq as an alternative to the Betfair exchange app. The main one being that you only pay 3% commission on your trades meaning a little more winnings in your pocket. They also have some 0% commission events around live football matches that you can take advantage of.
One of the best features of the app is the search facility. This is something that is a bug bear our ours that more apps don’t have this. If you’ve seen a tip on Twitter or Facebook, or on from a mate, and you don’t know the teams it can be hard finding them at times. With Betdaq it isn’t! Just type in the name of the team and the app will find the match for you. Then just navigate to the market you want and get your bet on – simple!
The app runs well even over 3G/4G and is easy to use, it does look very similar to most apps in terms of the quick sports links across the top and featured events/ in play on the home screen. Across the bottom of the app, you will find other handy links including the multiples link for placing accas.
The multiples section works more as a standard bookmaker rather than the main app which is for the exchange market. If you switch to the desktop site the multiples section is branded as “1 bet”. We would expect this to change and for the multiples section to become more in line with the offering from Ladbrokes.
There is the potential for Betdaq to be fully integrated into the Ladbrokes app at some point but we’re not really expecting this to happen any time soon. Overall the Betdaq Android app is worth using for exchange betting and as its easy to download and you get a £25 risk free bet why not give it a try today.
The app has a few interesting extras including pro form guides on the UK and Irish horse racing. This gives you all the form and a write up of each horses chances – this is a variation from the racing post information a number of other bookies use. This information is free for all to see on the app – you don’t even need to login to see it if you want to have a quick read.
They also have their unique horse finder on the app which allows you to select options and the app will find horses based on your rules. So if you fancy a 4-year-old who previously won at Kempton Park to win then it will find them for you. There are others like the BetVictor app which have a similar feature but it works on a slightly different algorithm.
According to the listing on iTunes, there are over 35,000 people who have downloaded the Betdaq app and I’d expect the Android number to be the same. Whilst it’s not a major player in the betting market at that size its an app worth using for backs and lays on the big games.