Peppersports: Gambling Fans Get Betting Info Straight To Your iPhone (Sponsored)

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With Peppersports, you’ll be in the know about the latest odds and averages.

Did you have a feeling that Houston were going to trounce Colorado in the playoffs but you couldn’t find out whether the odds were good enough to lay a bet down on it?  Well, never lose out on a betting opportunity again with the brand new Peppersports app sends all of the information you will need directly to your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, all for free!

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No matter which team you back, this spicy little app will give you all of the inside info!

Peppersports is a really useful little app that doesn’t take up a lot of space on your iDevice but brings a lot of useful information to its screen.  Whether you’re an American Football fan, really into basketball, a baseball junkie or a hockey fanatic, you can scroll down Peppersports’ home screen and select your game from the simple boxes that say the home and away teams’ names, where they’re playing and which league that they are in, for example, ‘NFL Pre: Chicago @ Giants’.  Tapping the box leads to more detailed analysis about the kickoff time, starting pitcher and their averages (for MLB), predicted weather, trends and average odds for both teams and most importantly a personal Peppersports prediction for who they think will cover the spread!  The app also promises that Guest Handicappers will be able to weigh in with their suggestions soon, which will make predicting the odds a whole new, well, ball game!

The functionality of the app is really simple and smooth, with little to go wrong and no evidence of crashing.  It would be great if you could see more games for the rest of the week other than just today’s, however, with the way that handicapping and bet predictions work, this may be pretty useless as the odds can change right up until the starting whistle.

Summary

All in all, this is a really handy little app for anyone with even the slightest interest in sports betting; the fact that you can carry all of the relevant information in your hand right up to the bookies is undoubtedly useful, not to mention very cool and will definitely give you an edge over those old hacks still garbling into payphones about who the opening team is going to be!  The fact that is free makes it pretty essential for anyone who’s into gambling on sports games or even people who just like to know the starting time of a game…I know that I wouldn’t want to miss a second of my favourite team!

Pros

  • Simple layout and easy-to-use functionality
  • Up-to-the-minute updates on odds and betting changes
  • Peppersports covers all the major sports, including other ones not listed in the review

Room for improvement

  • The idea of Guest Handicappers sounds really interesting; perhaps there could be a forum for gamblers to discuss tips?  (Or would this defeat the purpose of a tip?!  If so, just a forum to chat about the games…)
  • Could the sports coverage be extended to British games, like soccer?  There would doubtless be a big market for this in the UK
Sponsored Review: This is a sponsored review. Every week we do one sponsored review where we put a new app to test and ask our contributors to comment about it.
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Developer:: peppersports
Released: 19 April 2011
Price: FREE
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Joe Hibbs
posted on 23 August 2011

As a sports fan and someone who has been known to indulge in the odd flutter this app has genuinely got my attention and I’d like to see it exported over to the UK.

I agree that simplicity is perhaps its most attractive quality.

There’s no fussing with registering an account, no flashy graphics slowing down the whole process, it’s just the basics that you actually need.

I think improvements could be made with the addition of categories and the option to favourite a team, which could then keep you updated as the odds change.

I also like the idea of sourcing expertise from users and I think this is the area the app could expand the most, with pundits earning accolades the more their picks are accurate.

Look forward to keeping an eye on how this app progresses as its developers have a really strong base from which to work.

Laura Barnes
posted on 23 August 2011

As someone who only places the occasional bet (mainly because I don’t really know what I’m doing) I found this app very useful. With the app giving you a bit of back story and detail about the teams, it really helps someone like me make better betting decisions.

This is a really useful app for people who are just getting into the world of betting and it also provides a quick and easy way for more hardcore sports fans to keep up to date with the ever changing odds on particular matches.

Don Porter
posted on 23 August 2011

Peppersports is an excellent, fun, informative, easy, entertaing App, with great data. Peppersports makes the games more fun as I have a greater interest now due to Peppersports.

Price is excellent FREE !

Rollo Dennison
posted on 23 August 2011

An interesting and potentially useful app – particularly if you’re into sports (especially American sports). It could give you the edge in backing the right team but having Guest Handicappers could backfire if it left the door open to less than scrupulous advisors.
Getting advice is easy, but getting good advice is tough to find. I would hope that this makes it very simple to track forthcoming games and most of all, puts it neatly into the palm of your hand. It’s main downfall is that it isn’t yet open to much outside the US gaming circuit, but should this be overcome, it’s likely to prove an essential app. Just remember – never gamble more than you can afford to lose!

Chris Maddern
posted on 23 August 2011

Great looking App & I love that it’s free. I’d love to see them introduce a more intuitive way of submitting the user-driven game predictions than emailing – definitely something to watch for in v2.

AppMaker
posted on 24 August 2011

Looks like a cool app, I’m a sports fan so it looks like my kind of thing. However, I’m from the UK, and, like Joe says, I’d like to see it over here!

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