This is our collection of free slots apps reviewed by our staff. These are apps that are available as a completely free app or as a free trial app at either the Google Play App Store or the iTunes App Store. We give our readers an idea of what they can expect from the slot app and cover important information such as in-app game purchases, recent updates, and planned updates. Often we find that even though an app is getting high reviews and great remarks at either of the app stores, the information often does not line up to the actual gameplay and overall experience with the app. We are really glad you found our site because we want our readers to get unbiased casino reviews and the best slots experience online.
We love games. Actually, we really love great games where a developer has put thought into the experience of the app user. Factors such as graphics of high-quality, high re-playability, excellent code that doesn’t show too much repetition. As any slot player knows, when you spin the reels of a game long enough, you actually do start to see patterns in the behavior of the game.
Good coders are able to tweak this effect so that patterns are either less obvious or prolonged by better bonus rounds. We pay close attention to RNG when scrutinizing the code. In our reviews of free slot apps, we also determine if the free game requires an in-game purchase. We ask if the game is designed to give unlimited fun and free play or if it is fixed to where a player has to make a purchase to continue gaming.
Random number generation is a super important aspect of an app game. Because there is little – actually none that we can think of, regulation for random number generation verification for app games, it makes them open to a lot of speculation. Even though these are not real money wagers being placed in-app, they can represent actual real money being spent to stay in the game.
Those that partake in acquiring slot apps in-game coins should be aware that there will never be a real money return for the purchase. The only entertainment is returned whether the randomization of the game is fair or not. It seems to stand, that the larger gaming companies should have stronger ethics in their stance on Fairplay because they have more to lose than smaller companies. Some of the top companies – namely Zynga, do appear to be more reliable and trustworthy.
When it comes down to it, it is the responsibility of the app playing public to keep others aware of any misdealings in the apps that they play. Even though iTunes / Apple and Google are working towards creating a safer gaming environment, it is not entirely their responsibility to keep bad apps out of their marketplace.