They have been pretty busy over the past couple years adding new games to the casinos, adding to their software to bring you a mobile version so you can access the games anywhere. On mobile you will have less games to play as they pick through and install the more popular ones where as the desktop version has over seven hundred games now. Having the ease of accessing the casino anytime or anywhere is a nice feature and some actually prefer to play on their phones.
If you have a lot of gig it would not be a issue but if not it can add up quickly and cost a bit of money unless you are hooked up to the internet. With Iphone6 at least the games are not to small however I have noticed you can make mistakes on your betting or if you are picking cards on video poker. Overall it is pretty decent to play and many have been winning large on their mobile devices so payouts are good. The main differences beside the obvious is that your promotion will be different when you sign up on your phone. For example if a casino is giving a no deposit bonus of 20 free spins, you may not get that offer on your phone but instead you will be encouraged to purchase if you want to play the games. I am not against this at all for a couple reasons but main reason is that on no deposit bonuses you have many rules and restrictions, on the purchase bonus you will not have as many rules but you will be still required to wager the money a certain amount of bets. Which if your having a good day is pretty easy to accomplish. When you click on the casino link it will take you to mobile site if that is how you are accessing the page, if not then you will be taken to the normal site where you will see the promotions which are listed.