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The Money App Review

Money app review

Money app is among the many apps that promise to pay you for completing some simple tasks like filling online surveys, downloading and playing games or reviewing apps.
All these apps have developed good ways of entecing you to join (otherwise they won't get members) some promising huge returns.
You must have come across a number of sites that display the amount they have disbursed so far with recent cash outs.
Imagine seeing that someone has just cashed out over USD.1000. You will definitely want to try and who knows, you could be the next one smiling all the way to the bank or rather your PayPal account.
And What are you to do? Very simple. Just head to the play store, download the app, register and start making money.
Yo do that exactly, and after completing the registration you are welcomed by this:" sorry there are no tasks available in your region now, please check back later"
You feel disappointed but since you don't want to give up that easily you keep checking back after a day, a week, and after some months you decide to get rid of the 'stupid' app.
But then was those figures you saw real or fake?
While doing a research on online apps that actually work, I stumbled upon the money app when I was almost giving up and was about to write an article on such useless apps and to warn my readers to avoid wasting their time with them.
Up to now I still have the money app on my phone, but the question is; what is different with this app?

What is the money app?
Just like the name suggests, this is an app that allows its users make money doing various simple tasks including watching videos, online surveys and much more as explained below:
The app awards you points for every task you complete and later cash out through PayPal. We will come to this later.
To start, download the app and complete the simple sign up process. Once completed you are welcomed with 100 free sign up points. If you signed up through a referral link, you will get an extra 200 coins once you complete tasks of more than 400 coins.
When you log in to the app you are welcomed by a screen like the one shown below.

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At the top is the attendance rewards which awards you 20 points every 24 hours for just checking in. Whenever you click on this offer, you will be awarded the points and reminded if you would like to earn more points by watching short videos. If you click OK you will be given a short video to watch, most of them less than 2 seconds. Immediately each video ends you will get your points.
Some of these videos can award more points if you click on the icons displayed like 'download now' or 'learn more'.
Next is the popular offers wall that lists a number of 'hot offers'.
Each of these offers display the task you are required to perform and the number of points you will earn from completing the said task.
Most of the tasks in the offer wall require you to download games or play a downloaded game up to a certain level to get the points.

 click on more offers and you will get a wall looking like this one below:

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This takes you to more offers under the fantasking offer wall, the awesome offer wall or the super offer wall.
Most of the tasks available in these money app walls are either downloading a game or playing a game to a given level to earn the points.
The super offer wall is slightly different as it also contains offers to complete online surveys.
Scrolling down takes you to one time tasks like giving the app a five rating on the play store, sharing the app on Facebook or inviting friends to sign up to the money app.
All of these give you varied points depending on the task.
On the bottom right corner is the menu bar. Clicking this takes you to general information including how the money app works, take a tour of the app, get help, terms of service or the privacy policy.
Also Read: Online paid Surveys In Kenya
What is the value of the money app coins?
As stated above, this app pays you through points. Once you have earned enough of these points you can redeem them for cash through PayPal.
5000 points can be redeemed for USD.5.0, meaning that 1 point is equivalent to 0.001 USD, or 1 USD is equivalent to 1000 points.
Since most tasks are between 100 and 400 points, it means you earn between 10 cents to 0.4 USD for every task completed.
Cashing out
Money app review

Once you have earned a reasonable amount of points depending on the number of tasks completed, you can request a cash out through PayPal.
You can choose from 5, 10, 20 or 50 USD depending on the number of accumulated points.
To request a cash out, click on the rewards button and select the desired amount on the four categories.
Money app referral.
Apart from the tasks discussed above, you can also make money by referrals with this app.
For every member that signs up with your referral code, you ern 200 coins. You friend also earns 200 points once they complete tasks worth at least 400 points, so that this is a win win situation.
Money app pros.
From the above discussion you now know why I still have this app on my phone.
Though I don't do alot of tasks(I am not a games person), I feel this app has a lot of advantages which include:
  • Readily available tasks. It would be of no use to sign up and not get the tasks that should earn you money. With the money app, you get tasks to complete right from the start, and there are so many of them
  • No hidden charges or penalties. Some online money making apps or sites have penalties or conditions that are usually ment to trick its users. With this app have not seen such.
  • You get paid immediately you complete a task. I once downloaded an app almost similarly to this, but each time I watched a short film, I never got the rewards. With this app, you get your points immediately you complete a task.
  • Pays to just check in. The money app gives you 20 points each time you open the app once per day.
  • Pays cash which can be cashed out through PayPal.
  • No ads. Most of online money making sites and apps display ads as an extra way to make money. Remember as a member you will never get a share of the ad revenue, yet you signed up to make money.
  • Accepts members from all over the world.
Money app cons.
Despite many positives there is only one or two undoings about this app.
  • Most of it's tasks are about games. Either downloading a game or playing to earn points. In some instances, the amount you will spent downloading such aps, especially the paid ones might be way higher than what you will earn doing so.
  • It only accepts referral invitations through a code.I.e, the invited person should key in your referral code when signing up. This is a poor way of looking for referrals, and what they should have done instead is use links and email
Conclusion.
If you are seriously looking for an app to make money doing odd tasks online, then I suggest you first try the money app.
It is very unlikely you will get an app that will outdo this one, but in case you know one let us know on the comment's section below.

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