Bingo Hut

There are so many mobile bingo games on offer on Google Play – in fact, there are over 1,000 of them – that some of them were bound to be given the same name.  How are you to know which is the best?  That is where we come in! Two of the best bingo apps for Android available at Google Play just so happen to be called Bingo Hut – and we have given our expert comparison so that you know what’s what! [Read more]

Bingo Hut by Apostek Software

This bright yellow bingo app looks excellent, and at just 62p, we think it’s an absolute bargain.  Holding both 90 ball and 75 ball bingo games, this app allows users to input their own wacky usernames, offers bingo calling in your choice of a male or female voice, glossy animation and even the ability to pause the game.  The graphics are very big and bubbly, which is great for small screens and newbies to get the hang of.  Unlike the other Bingo Hut app featured below, this is a very straight-forwards game that doesn’t require you to unlock levels – just easy bingo gaming. This app was launched in 2010 and since then has been installed on thousands of phones with an average star rating of 3 out of 5.  It is compatible with all Android phones of 1.6 and above.

Bingo Hut by Crompts PVT Ltd

It has to be aid that the Bingo Hut app launched by Crompts PVT Ltd looks far more impressive than that of Apostek Software, and seeing as it is on offer completely free, that swung this app in our favour already.  This is also compatible with all devices of 1.6 and above, though it is 2 years younger than Apostek’s Bingo Hut and it looks it!  It boasts a far more impressive yet slightly more complicated look than Apostek’s game, which makes this far better for more advanced bingo players.  However, unlike the Apostek Bingo Hut, it offers just 75 ball bingo.  This is a far more engaging game, however, and boasts the chance to unlock levels and new achievements, putting a much more competitive edge on the game of bingo.

It looks like the Apostek Software’s Bingo Hut is the clear winner in this heads-to-head battle, with over 10K downloads since November 2012 and an average star rating of 4 out of 5 as oppose to the Apostek’s 3 out of 5.  Though both are multi-player social apps and both boast their won perks, it would appears that the newer, more advanced version is the King of the Huts.