SupaBets Mobile App in 2023 [Mobile App Review]

On the mobile version of SupaBets, you will find all the features of the website version. So, you can bet wherever you want and whenever you want. You can do this on your favourite sports, whether live or on upcoming matches. Moreover, can make deposits or withdraw and watch video broadcasts. Furthermore, you can use the cash-out option available.

Supabets Mobile Website

You can access the mobile version of Supabets via a responsive web app that works for the desktop version. You can reach them under the URL’s, and, too. Additionally, SupaBets employs their old mobile version in South Africa. It has the URL

  • Supabets Mobile App South Africa

Due to the narrower screen of a phone, the excess of information can firstly make you feel a little lost. But when you get used to it, the navigation makes sense. You can reach important menu / items quickly. The drawback lies in the fact that the navigation takes too much of the available space of the display.

The site is divided into the following sections:

  • On the top: a banner with a green “login” button and the different menus and a quick-navigation. You can choose the kind of sport, but also decide to switch to the “games/casino”, “book-a-bet” or the “results/stats” sections by using the text based quick links at the very top. Additionally, you’ll find a “hamburger icon” which allows you to access the different sections also from that point.
  • At the bottom: A “home” icon allows you to go directly back to the home page at any time. Next to it, you’ll find icons for “in play”, “lotto”, “live chat”, “bets/cash out” and “betting slip”.
  • In the middle: here you can see the upcoming matches and their odds, filtered by “top leagues”, “last minute” or by “country”. Via dropdown, you can even filter for the betting market of interest.

The mobile version helps for continuing to bet when you travel or for top reactivity during your favourite events. But it doesn’t quite replace the web version. In our experience, the main drawback of this version lies in the fact that they stuffed everything from the web-version into mobile. This makes it feel a bit crowded. All navigation elements in the top and footer together seize approximately one half of the available display-size. The actual content (the betting offer – the events, odds etc.) is just using the rest of the remaining space. The mobile version is not as easy to use as the desktop one.

SupaBets Native App

There is only one Supabets mobile app, and it’s dedicated to the Andrоid system. To get this mobile application, you’ll must download an APK file. Here, you must follow follow the instructions detailed on the web page

Thus, Supabets doesn’t have a dedicated mobile application for iOS systems, but iPhone users can use the mobile web-version instead.

The native app of SupaBets has the same design as the mobile version. The only difference lies in the absence of browser perimeter blocks (URL, …). So, the app is more convenient and gives you a similar immersive live experience as the web version.

On the app, a good feature that can still be noted is the “switch to Lite navigation mode”. This mode reduces the quality of the design but allows gaining a bit of connection speed. Therefore, it constitutes a good advantage for bettors who have battery or internet problems or who wager live and depend a lot on speed and reactiveness.

The version of the native application is also still not independent enough. If a player clicks on f.e. the “Promotions” link, the bookie redirects him to the basic version of the mobile site.


The Supabets native mobile application offers very little more than the mobile web-version. They must develop it further as a standalone-product. Furthermore, the bookmaker must fix many of the bugs to make the experience as good as the one offered by the website. The speed and loading times of both mobile versions can convince, the usability still offers room for improvement by using modern mobile navigation and usability instruments. So, they utilize the the available spaces on mobile in a – out of user perspective – most effective way.