Caesars Sportsbook App
Caesars Sportsbook (previously known as William Hill), has some of the best bonus offers on the market. It has a good variety of betting options and is known for partnering with celebrities to get its name and odds out to the market.
DraftKings Sportsbook App
DraftKings Sportsbook’s betslip is easy to navigate, and the odds on the same-game parlay feature make it easier to choose picks. DraftKings is also a staple in the Daily Fantasy community.
FanDuel Sportsbook App
Another Daily Fantasy giant, FanDuel has one of the best cashout features of any sportsbook. It also offers new users a promo where they can bet $5 and receive $150 in any market.
BetMGM Sportsbook App
BetMGM’s mobile app is easy to navigate for betting on games, but getting to player prop screens may be a bit more difficult than options such as DraftKings. However, in Colorado BetMGM was one of the first sportsbooks in the state, giving it an edge over books that opened later on in the process.
PointsBet Sportsbook App
The interface for PointsBet is really fast, which is always great for bettors looking to place a wager quickly before a game. PointsBet also allows for Points Betting, which means your profit or loss on the game will depend upon how many points your bet wins or loses by.
BetRivers Sportsbook App
BetRivers has a solid betslip functionality, and it is also easy to withdraw your money at BetRivers, which is obviously important. BetRivers also offers slightly less promos than some other books.
WynnBET Sportsbook App
WynnBET Sportsbook has an easy navigation, with each sport and the league’s logo at the top of the page. WynnBET doesn’t offer as many props at times, but its Build Your Own Bet feature is very comprehensive for same-game parlays.
That being said, there are other books with more complete offerings.
All of these apps are great options, and I’d recommend taking advantage of several of their different promo options and testing them out to see which app best fits your needs and what you desire when betting on sports. Everyone’s preferences are going to be different, so there is no harm in testing several out.