1. LadyLucks, UK players get 5 pound no deposit bonus. This site only accepts UK gamblers.
2. Jackpot City, play the Bingo Bonanza game on your iPad. Jackpot City accepts players from all over the world.
3. Virgin Games, play mobile bingo and get up to 25 pound if you’re from United Kingdom.
*The casinos above have binog available on every iPad: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th generation etc.
Computers are getting smaller all of the time. A few years ago the cutting edge in computing technology was a lap top, then netbooks were invented as a more portable way of browsing the net while on the move. Even smaller than the netbooks is the new generation of tablet computers, which are the ideal way to surf the net and keep in touch, wherever you are in the world. The best-selling of these tablets is the Apple iPad.
The iPad was designed to do all of the same things as the hugely successful Apple iPhone mobile phones. There is a touchscreen, and the user can download all manner of apps onto the tablet. Some of these apps are purely practical and can be used for things like tracking banking online, using social networking sites and accessing email. There are a lot of other apps which are designed to be fun, and some of the best of these are apps for playing bingo or slot machines.
Apps are easy to install onto an iPad and although some of them have to be paid for, there are literally millions of apps which are completely free of charge, including most of the bingo gambling apps. Most of the bingo sites offer a huge number of different games to play online for real money. For many users there is a real social side to playing online bingo, and many sites have forums and chat facilities where you can get to know the other people who are playing bingo on the site. Bingo is enduringly popular as it is very easy to pick up the game for complete novices and no particular skills or strategies are needed to successfully complete the game. Bingo is quick and frantic, and as the game moves quickly there is no time to get bored or lose interest. The aim of the game is traditionally to complete the card, but some prizes are given for completing a line, or covering all four corners.