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Dec
9th

New Internet Bingo Technologies

Online bingo is popular around the world. The United States ranks first in the number of internet bingo players, Japan ranks second and the UK is in third place. When the first internet bingo site was launched in 1996 games were slow, had limited graphics and required players to download software. Since then technology has evolved and internet bingo operators have spared no expense to bring players the latest internet gaming technologies. As has been mentioned early bingo sites required players to download software to their hard drives. Once installed the software provided players with high quality graphics and sound. Downloading software on the internet carries some risk especially at file sharing sites but most internet bingo operators offered safe internet downloading.

Today’s online bingo games use new Flash technology and most players have expressed a preference for flash based games. Players no longer have to download software and have instant access to games. Flash technology dominates the internet bingo industry. There are several reasons why players prefer flash games. Ease of use is easily the main reason for the popularity of Flash based games. Most people want instant access to bingo games and flash technology provides instant access and gratification. Today players can play bingo games with a click of a mouse. Even better flash technology provides players with superior graphic capabilities and sound.

Internet bingo operators have taken flash technology to new levels. The new technologies have allowed operators to introduce live bingo callers at their websites. Flash technology has also allowed the introduction of web cams. It has also eliminated the need to download software and the risks that come with it. The loading and access times for site access have been cut to a minimum by flash technology.

Java platforms are one of the newer innovations at online bingo sites. The only thing necessary to play games powered by Java platforms is an internet connection. Java platforms have also allowed bingo operators to provide players with access to bingo games via their cell phones and mobile devices. The ability to play bingo games on mobile devices has driven industry growth and has attracted large numbers of young players. Sites powered by Java platforms offer players excellent sound and graphics.

Some experts predict that the new HTML5 technology may replace Flash in the near future. Adobe has said that they will not develop any new Flash programs and internet bingo operators are concerned that Flash may become obsolete. The good news is that HTML5 offers more security for online financial transactions. Since HTML5 offers a better solution for the development and delivery of browser enabled gaming content gaming operators may embrace the new technology in the very near future.