Many online scratch cardplayers are relying solely on their tablet and smartphone devices to get their daily fix of scratchcard entertainment.
The days of physically having to buy your scratchies are long gone and with the advent of mobile technology entering our daily lives, scratchcards are just a touch away.
With our daily hectic lives mobile scratch card apps enable us to control our gambling experience whenever and from wherever we choose.
After many rumors there are reports on the Android enthusiast site Android and Me that Google has entered into a contract with Asus to manufacture their Nexus Tablet.
The most interesting thing about the tablet is the price range. Despite earlier reports of pricing between $199-$249,the rumor according to Android and Me is that the revised target price will be between $149-$200.This new price range is aimed at directly competing with the successful Amazon Kindle Fire which has a price tag of $199.
Top notch scratchcards sites like Hopa have developed cutting edge mobile apps that bring all our favorite scratchgames to within grasp of our fingertips.
According to estimates Google and Asus intend to unveil the 7-inchtablet as early as May. The Tablet is reported to feature a 1,280×800 resolution and production run is set to run between 1.5 to 2 million units.
In terms of the operating system, there are rumors that the tablet could run the latest Jelly Bean Android operating system. This is an improvement in what previously was planned in the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich system.
The fierce competition in the Tablet and smartphone market is great news for the scratchcard industry .With mobile devices becoming the standard choice for global consumers, it has never been so easy to partake in the winning and entertaining world of scratchies.