BetBlocker Goes Live on the Fire OS Platform for Responsible Gambling

Ivan P. - September 11, 2019

The team behind BetBlocker, a tool designed to help people keep control over their gambling habits, has launched the product version for the Fire OS Platform.

BetBlocker, a piece of software developed to help people re-assert control over their gambling habits, has been launched for the Fire OS platform as well. With this latest development, the software is now compatible with a truly wide range of operating systems, including Windows, iOS, Linux, and Android.

Effective & Free Responsible Gambling Tool

BetBlocker was developed by the team of people from ThePogg with extensive experience in all areas of online gambling. The main function of the tool is to restrict access to more than 6,400 different gambling sites, helping those struggling with compulsive gambling regain control and keep their urges in check.

Developed in cooperation with an online gambling dispute resolution service, BetBlocker is completely free for the end user and it can be freely installed on an unlimited number of devices. The software doesn't use ads or collect any personal information from the players.

Tackling Challenges of Modern Age

With all the developments in the recent years, people now effectively have a casino, a poker room and a bingo hall in their pocket wherever they go. Access to gambling has never been easier, which has its upsides but also creates many new problems for those with gambling issues.

BetBlocker represents an attempt to answer these challenges and provide people with the assistance they require while allowing them to remain completely anonymous. The latest addition of the version for the Fire OS platform means that now even more people will be able to use BetBlocker with their devices.

The tool provides users with a number of options to exclude themselves from gambling sites included in the BetBlocker database, starting from just 24 hours and going all the way up to 5 years or even forever.

It is important to know that once the self-exclusion has been initiated, it can't be removed before it expires as even removing the app and deleting associated files won't lift the ban.

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