Review of the Bingo At Home App

Founded in Spain and available at the Bingo.es website, the ‘Bingo at Home App’ is a uniquely different but fun way to play a game of bingo.

Over the last two decades, we have watched the bingo industry experience numerous advancements and improvements, driven mainly by ambitious technological developments.

Traditional bingo fans were treated to an influx of convenience in the shape of online bingo sites courtesy of some of the biggest bingo brands in the industry. In addition, there was a big move away from bingo halls as players began to realise the ease and convenience of playing from home via their computers.

This soon transitioned as mobile technology became more advanced, which saw bingo brands start thinking ‘mobile first’ for their sites to ensure they looked as good as they could for mobile users.

Technology has moved on once more, with interactivity and integration seemingly being a subsequent industry phase. Below we will talk about the latest bingo innovation as the industry introduces even more fun ways to enjoy the game!

Review of the Bingo At Home App

What is the Bingo at Home App?

The Bingo at Home App practically does what it suggests. It means that players can download the app onto a device of their choosing; however, arguably, the best development is that this is also available for your smart television.

As a result, the whole family can play bingo via this app with their own bingo cards (easily printable for free). This means that the app, via your device, then proceeds to call out your numbers.

This is undoubtedly a lot more effective via your smart television because of the sound and visual quality. However, it works just as well via any other device, such as a tablet. This funny bingo caller app is the perfect excuse to play bingo at home with friends.

With this free bingo caller online and available via the iOS and Android app stores for a quick, easy and convenient download, it means that you could all literally be playing within minutes, assuming that you all have your bingo cards.

The app has a fun element to it, which adds a new dimension to the game that, perhaps, even contributes to the player experience – this is especially true for players who are new to the game itself.

This bingo simulator certainly provides an edge to the bingo industry, and it would be great for beginners due to the fun associated with it.

 

How do you set up the Bingo at Home app?

Once you have decided that you want to play bingo using this app, the first thing to do is to make sure you have the relevant app store on your chosen device. Then, you can search for it and select it to download.

Once you have done this, the next important thing to decide is how many players are playing because you will then need to print off free bingo tickets at any bingo ticket site that offers this. Again, a quick internet search will give you plenty of free options.

Following this, you should then decide what type of bingo game you all want to play – making sure that you have the relevant tickets. Meanwhile, via the app, you can then choose from 90-ball bingo, 80-ball bingo or 75-ball bingo.

If you need help deciding which game you want to play, you can always play one of each, assuming that you have time. It is then worth making sure that everyone who is playing knows the rules and take the time to explain these if people have any questions.

Although you can decide to play for fun, it is also possible to incorporate an element of gambling to make it more interesting. For example, every player could bet a certain amount, which does not break the bank, but still makes the game more interesting.

When everyone has decided which game to play first, you can select this on the app and proceed with the game. As well as hearing the voice of the caller, you will also see the number on the screen, so simply check your card to see if you have it.

At home bingo could become big over the next couple of years because you could centre this around social occasions and have ‘bingo nights’ in people’s homes, where each friend takes it in turns to host an evening of bingo.

The incorporation of the funny voice also adds a light twist, while you could even mute the app if someone wants to do it themselves!

Once a game has finished, restart if that is the general consensus, or choose a different game if the majority of players would prefer to do that. Should you be using a smart television, you can use the remote control to navigate the app, while hints are available to help you out.

Ultimately, the bingo at home caller can provide hours of fun and the best thing about it is that the app is free of charge to all players!

Lillian Grey

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Lillian Grey is a long time online bingo and slots player who started putting her thoughts down on digitial paper around 2008. Having been covering the industry for quite some time, she is able to spot the good from the bad when it comes to online bingo. An ever present at indsutry conferences and events, Lillian likes to meet fellow bingo enthusiasts to share stories and ideas, with maybe a glass of wine (or two) involved! When not covering the ever changing world of online bingo, she likes to read a good book and go for family walks in the forest.

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