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Social Bet Placing Website

Published 08/13/2010 and rated Ratingstars4 4 out of 5 stars
by AppAppeal Editor
What can you use the app for?

Betable is a site dedicated entirely to betting. Rather than limit wagering capabilities to one specific sport or event, Betable lets the users come up with their own bets. By joining the Betable community, users can create their own specifically tailored bets and invite others to join in and make a wager. Tracking tools are available so that the bet’s creator can observe its progress and popularity. Those who place a bet are given the opportunity to win bragging rights, respect, and even actual cash as a result of their well placed wager.

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What is the history and popularity of the app?

Betable was founded in 2008 by Christopher Griffin. At the time, Griffin wanted to come up with a new way to introduce betting to the virtual world. By bringing together numerous tools and building a community of users, Griffin managed to create a fun environment for users to make a bet. Betable also offered social networking features through member profiles and friend finder features as well as bet searches. Users can connect on topics they feel strongly about or have an interest in.

What are the differences to other apps?

Betable offers something different in its atmosphere and flexibility for the user. Rather than focusing on one specific area, such as sports or politics, Betable allows users to create any bet imaginable. If the user can think of it, they can post it on Betable. This leaves plenty of room for entertainment and a little bit of “I told you so.” Betable is easy to use and gives members another way to connect and have fun together through friendly wagers.

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How does the web app look and feel to use?

The Betable website offers an attractive green and white color scheme with a stylish logo. The design is welcoming for new users. Visitors can easily navigate through the prominently placed links. The homepage features current bets so a new user can easily get in on the action or search for a bet on a topic they are interested in. The homepage listings include the topic as well as the total of the current pot so the user knows right away if they want to join in.

How does the registration process work?

New users are provided two registration methods. The first works through an existing Facebook profile and can be performed by clicking the blue Facebook button beside the sign up link at the top right hand corner of the homepage. Users who wish to register without Facebook can either click the sign up link or the gold “sign me up” button, also found on the homepage. A pop up box will appear requesting a first and last name, email address, password, and gender.

What does it cost to use the application?

Betable offers new visitors the chance to register for an account at no cost. This allows access to all existing bets and the bet creation tools. How much money a user spends on the site really depends on how much and how often they make a wager. New users are given a small amount of betting money to start with as a bonus for creating an account, however there does not appear to be a limit to how much can be wagered.

Who would you recommend the application to?

Anyone who loves games of chance and betting can really get into Betable. The site allows room for flexibility by giving the user total control over what bets are made. The betting system is also ideal for smaller bets, so the user does not feel pressured to risk a significant amount of money, which also further encourages participation. A small bet here and there could yield a much larger win should the user wind up making a wise choice when placing their wager!

  • Popular bet listings on the homepage
  • Share a Bet feature that allows users to post their bets through Twitter, Facebook and email
  • Total user spending control
  • Complete flexibility by allowing anything to be entered as a bet
  • Social networking elements that work through Facebook, Twitter and on Betable
  • Monitoring tools that let the bet’s creator stay on top of the bet’s progress

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