A friend of mine is very good at betting on football.
He also has an instagram page where has collected over the years more than 95.000 followers.
He asked me to make an app that simply shows his predictions (for free and premium users) over the football matches and, inside the app, provide a button where users can click and open a WebViewer component for place the bet directly on the website (like bet365, Sisal or others…).
It seems a grate idea to me, as loads of his users will actually use the app but my question is:
Is it against Google or Kodular policy?
The last thing I want is to work hard on a project and being rejeceted!
For my understanding they don’t allow the actually company to provide an app that you can place bets from inside the app. They don’t say that is not allowed to provide betting tips. It’s two completely different things.
Thank you for your answer, I have read the policy in my native language and it doesn’t use the word “gambling” or “betting” at all, it defines just “games from distance”.
By the way i found a fact in contraddiction with Google Policy:
I just typed in Google Store in the research box the word “bet” and there are more than a few apps that do exactly what i’m willing to do:
Why are they allowed? (I have read loads of reviews in my language so it means people from my country had downloaded it).
I think you are confused. A betting app and a betting tips app are two different things. The first one let users to place bets from inside the app. This consider a gambling app. The second kind of app it just provides tips for what to bet. They not allow users to bet from inside the app.