Aviator’s gameplay assumes guessing an escape point of a flying plane and placing a bet for a multiplier below this value. The predictor Aviator app must forecast an escape point.
However, Aviator’s results are random and cannot be forecasted.
Any predictor Aviator app is fake, unable to provide you with valid information. Moreover, some predictor apps and extensions contain viruses that can empty your e-banking apps or break the smartphone itself.
Besides the apps, some developers create groups on social networks, channels and bots in messengers. They use the same predictor apps and send the same low-quality forecasts.
If you still want to try your luck with an Aviator predictor bot or app, detain these simple precautions:
- Prefer a bot over an app, it has less functionality to harm your device and wallet;
- Download apps from the official OS stores only;
- Avoid paid versions of predictors;
- Upgrade your antivirus;
- Monitor Aviator predictions and compare them to game results for at least an hour before placing the first bet.
Besides, choose at least a reputable predictor provider. The most known developers of Spribe Aviator prediction apps are:
- NC World;