I think it is fair to say that Windows Phones have struggled against the competition of Android and Apple phones.
Despite global smartphone sales continuing to rise, Windows Phone sales are dropping- sales are now down to around 2.4 million units a quarter. Blackberry is also struggling at 0.2 percent market share. In comparison Apple’s iOS holds about 15%, and Android mops up almost 85% of the market.
But there is no doubt that Window Phones are great phones- but they never seem to have built up enough momentum, particularly with their apps. Having said that, Wombat Casino is fully optimised for the latest Windows Phones. We are hoping that they finally crack the market- a bit of competition in the market is a good thing!
How to play Windows Phone Casino Games
- Wombat Casino will recognise you as a Windows Phone player when you first visit, and will display all of the games that are compatible with Windows Phones – there are a lot of them! You can test out the demos, sign up, purchase credits and bet for real all from your Windows phone
- Just head to wombatcasino.com and
- Register for a new account
Best Windows Phone Casino Games?
As soon as you visit WombatCasino.com, you will see a list of games that are compatible with your Windows phone.
Some of our favourite Windows Phone slots include Lucky Leprechaun, the Big Kahuna slot, Starburst, the Aztec Secrets slot and Deck the Halls.
And we also have a great line up of table games, both virtual games and live dealer games, so if you want to discover your all time best roulette system on your phone, you can.
What Next For Windows Phones?
So what can we expect in the future for Windows Phones? Will they survive?
It looks like Microsoft is working on a new range of phones, but these are likely to be called Surface Phones following the successful launch of their Surface tablet range.
The Microsoft Surface Phone 2017 should launch next to the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 in early 2017. This will be a powerful Windows 10 smartphone. We’ll hang on for the Mobile World Congress 2017 shall we?