Some casinos are only playable through download, others are only playable online, and some others give you the option to play through either download or online.
So if your casino has both, which do you choose?
For some of you, that is. Mac and Linux users, your systems don’t support the downloadablesoftware, so don’t waste your time here. Head straight to instant play and have fun!
The rest of you … keep reading! And closely. It all comes down to your playing habits and the shortcomings you can live with.
Download: While you need an internet connection to register, deposit or cash out when playing on downloaded software, you don’t need a fast connection – which, if you know the grief of my service provider, is a GOD SEND. You don’t have to log in; the graphics and sound quality are way superior, the games are glitch-free and run faster and sometimes there’s a larger selection of games.
But you can’t play on any device other than your own; it takes up space on your drive, you’re unlikely to install more than one casino’s software, and you risk downloading malware.
Instant Play: It’s rad that you don’t have to download software, which means no filling up storage space, no risk of malware and no tedious install procedure. You can play anywhere, anytime on any device and operating system. If you’re a beginner still looking for the right casino or like to bet on different casinos, you should most definitely opt for instant play. Then again, you have to log in every time, the graphics are meh, and you need a fast internet connection if you’re going to avoid constant freezing and jerking. It seems though that the download option is slowly becoming a thing of the past. But if you’re a nerd with a service provider like mine, you will download purely to experience greater graphic quality and speed.
So did you make your choice?
Remember, choose wisely for while the true path will bring you life, the false path will take it from you. Just kidding.
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