If you were to pick one element that defines the way the average person interacts with technology in the 21st century it would be mobility. Once to do anything internet-based – checking e-mail, using social media, shopping, booking holidays, checking maps or using a gaming client like poker.ladbrokes.com – you’d need to be sat at home with your personal computer or at the very least sat somewhere with a laptop. These days, thanks to the new generation of smartphones like Apple’s iPhone or the Samsung Galaxy S3, none of these activities needs any longer to be limited to a single location. Now, for example, if you were to use the Ladbrokes Poker software on an iPhone you could jump into a cash game while you waited for the bus to take to you to work, play all the way there and then sit out when your other professional commitments required your attention. You could play while you were waiting for your laundry to stop spinning or for your call to reach the front of the queue. Essentially, gaming giants like Ladbrokes Poker and others like them have allowed the experience to become available wherever and whenever you want it, and thanks to the quality of the technology and the consistency of the internet signal if you have one of the new smartphones the experience is as smooth, colourful and downright enjoyable as if you were playing at home on a computer. The point is you no longer ever have to feel like your average working day need automatically contain a series of given wasted spaces – get one of the new generation of smartphones, get a mobile gaming app (like the one available for free download from Ladbrokes Poker) and start turning the dead air into sweet sweet profit.
Gaming on the go
September 27, 2012 By Leave a Comment