Americas Cardroom has announced that their newly updated software client is now stable and fully ready for action. The platform has been working hard behind the scenes to complete the update since it was first rolled out on May 20th 2019.
All the missing components that players were eager to see are now finally running exactly as they should be.
Why Poker Software Is Crucial to Get Right
It is crucial that online poker platforms get their software perfected in order to give players a smooth user experience. This matters from the greenest beginner, all the way to the world’s best high-stakes professionals.
In today’s world, any company offering services such as those found in online poker must be able to offer both mobile and tablet options for any potential customer. The software project team realised at an early stage that this was best achieved by switching to a HTML5 coded client over the original C## one.
Now, no matter where you log into your ACR account, you will see a visually appealing screen that operates exactly how you would want it to.
New players want to see slick graphics on a colourful screen, and this has been much improved with larger and more colourful poker chips. New avatars and name plates are also much more visually appealing than before. The whole user-interface is a lot cleaner than it was earlier in the year. This includes the lobby, making it easier to find exactly what you are looking for.
For the more experienced player, the faster, smoother operation allows for more hands to be played per hour. And with the graphical improvements in place, the chances of misclicks have been reduced manyfold.
This is just the tip of the iceberg, though. This update project was first conceptualised back in 2015, and has taken more than two year of hard work to put into place. But, the management team are not going to rest on their laurels now that the present update is completely stable. Month-by-month updates will be fed into the client depending on what feedback the customers are giving, based on their playing experiences.