Aug 16

All Play – No Work

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We all lead busy lives, whether we go out to work or stay at home, there never seems to be enough hours in the day to get what we want done, and very often this leads to the ‘all work, and no plya’ scenario which is damaging to our well-being.

Luckily there is a way to turn that ‘all work’ scenario on its head by using your mobile phone.

We have forged an intimate relationship with our phones ever since technology advanced, and Wi-Fi became more reliable and wide-spread. We eat with them, sleep with them, and on average we check them 50+ times a day, and this number rises significantly if you happen to be between the age 18 – 24.

Our love affair with our smartphones is frowned upon by some, but for many users this love affair is for a good reason. Our smartphones tell us the time of day, tell us what the weather is going to be like, they even tell us how many steps we have taken.

We can find dates, and sex, using our phones, and they can keep us connected with friends and family, play us our favourite tunes, and take us to sites like Swanky Bingo Slots where we can spend some time in an entertaining and exciting environment playing on our favourite games.

In fact, the gambling industry was one of the first industries to see the potential of the mobile phone, and because of this sites like Swanky Bingo have games optimised for mobile devices, players can even pay for their games using their phone bill, opting to have the cost added to their monthly contract or deducted from the ‘pay as you go’ balance.

Slots have actually moved over to our smaller screens perfectly, and have proven to be one of the most popular games played by mobile users. This really isn’t that surprising as players can take advantage of some excellent bonuses and promotional offers, going on to win some amazing cash prizes, and this July saw one lucky punter win an incredible 3.6 million on his favourite slot.

Being mobile means that you can pick up your game when and where you choose whether that is in the bath on your lunch break, and now ‘all play’ rather than ‘all work’ is more than ‘just possible.’