NetEnt’s products have been available in the mobile market since 2011, following a decade-long development stage of the technology for such. Their product, known as NetEnt Touch, is the collective name for the range of casino games as developed by the company which can be played on mobile devices. This was created in response to the foreseen increased technology of such products, and the subsequent strong demand for a variety of high quality games that are able to be played any time and anywhere. The developer initially released some of its most popular existing slots on the system, although it was initially only able to be accessed via iOS operated devices. It didn’t take long for Android users to be given the access they required though, and once the company had added enough existing games to the NetEnt Touch platform, they began developing games for both desktop and mobile devices at the same time.
You’ll find that games accessed via your Android device are just about the same as the ones you’ll load up on your home computer. The only significant enough difference is that with the products found on your mobile device, you’ll be using the touch screen functionality, rather than having a physical point and click mouse button.
In the initial stages, players were able to find options such as Roulette Touch and Blackjack Touch available on their smartphones and tablets, and these would be shortly followed by popular slots like Gonzo’s Quest Touch and Flowers Touch. These products can still be very readily accessed by Android users, and, as mentioned, all new games are added to the market as both desktop and mobile ready products. To add to the growing catalogue of games being added to the Touch platform, 2013 would see the developer add its first mobile jackpot game alongside, which was the very well-known Mega Fortune Touch, which offers up a chance to win one of three progressive jackpots. Several others were added after, and now the full collection of NetEnt progressives can be readily accessed via your mobile device.