UK Full Tilt Poker Customers Can Enjoy a Native iOS Rush Poker App

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Full Tilt Poker has released a native Rush Poker App for Apple’s iOS, replacing the web-based HTML5 app. Initially only released in the United Kingdom, players can now download the app from Apple’s App Store.

Full Tilt Poker released a mobile version of Rush Poker towards the end of 2010, but it was only available on Android powered devices as it was a Flash application. In May 2013, Full Tilt Poker released a HTML5 version of the app so that iOS – Apple’s mobile operating system – users could play the fast-fold variant on the move.

Functionality of the new app seems limited, with players only being able to play at one Rush Poker table at a a time, but PokerNews believes this will change in the coming months as developers work around the clock to bring Full Tilt Poker customers the best mobile experience.

Full Tilt’s sister site, PokerStars, has one of the best poker apps on the market today, one that supports Android and iOS platforms. Players using the PokerStars app can play Zoom Poker, Texas Hold’em and Omaha cash games, sit & go tournaments and multi-table tournaments from their favourite devices. According to the Full Tilt Poker mobile FAQ page, cash game and tournament support will be introduced in future releases.

The new iOS Rush Poker app allows players to create a Full Tilt Poker account and make a deposit from their device. It is possible to use credit cards, debit cards, Skrill or Paysafecard to make a deposit. Withdrawals, however, have to be made from the Full Tilt Poker’s downloadable client.

Now is the perfect time to sign up for Full Tilt Poker via PokerNews because in addition to a 100% match up to $600 first deposit bonus, new customers can also help themselves to more than $25 worth of free Rush Poker tickets. To find out more about the Rush Poker tickets promotion, head over to our dedicated landing page.

Lead image courtesy of Full Tilt Poker.

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