Paid probability calculator
Predictor Aviator is a paid probability calculator by MobisMobis that aims to help you by increasing your chances of winning the game Aviator. It’s a unique proposal, very unlike other predictor apps such as FIFA World Cup Predictor Game or even more complex probability calculators for lottery and other games, because it’s very specific in what it does.
With this app, you get a potential outcome in real-time for the current round of Aviator, the crash game. It does little more than that. You need to be taking part in a current Aviator round for it to make sense.
How it works
Aviator is a game of chance where you place a bet, a plane takes off and every moment it’s in the air, a multiplier increases. You can decide to leave the game at any moment and win money according to the multiplier. Wait too long, however, and the plane leaves the screen taking your bet with them.
What Predictor Aviator claims to do is predict the outcome of the next round, with a claimed 95% of accuracy. It doesn’t explain how it arrives at those predictions, however, and there’s currently a hefty price of $120 for using the app.
But does it really work?
Aviator works with an undisclosed complex algorithm, and you must wonder how it correctly predicts outcomes. Furthermore, the developer claims you can win up to £900 by simply following the app’s predictions., which we view as a red flag.
You need to create an account, log in, and link the app with your favourite casino, which of course needs to offer Aviator. One has to wonder why this is the case
since Aviator operates from a central server property of its developer.
Use at your own risk
Predictor Aviator offers the privilege of throwing numbers at your phone screen for a fee. How it does it or how it accurately depicts what’s happening on the game’s server is unclear. If the developers have some inside information, it could be problematic because it could be considered cheating.
Additionally, the game Aviator has a return-to-player rate of 97%, meaning your chances in the long term are higher than Predictor Aviator’s claim of 95%. However, the app doesn’t say whether that’s in the long or short term. Given that a random number generator creates the outcome of each round of Aviator, it would seem to follow that there’s no get-rich-quick formula to beat these games.