In this Cash for Apps review, we're going to go over how Cash for Apps works, if it's worth it, how much you can earn, and if this app is a scam.
I have always liked earning money from apps in my spare time. If I am going to be watching Netflix or Hulu why not be earning some cash while I relax?
There are always apps coming and going, but Cash for Apps is one that has been around for a while now.
Cash for Apps claims to be the fastest way to get free gift cards and in-App purchases. In this Cash for Apps review, we'll see if that's the case.
If you just want to get the app without reading the rest of the review, here's the link.
Cash for Apps is a smartphone app that pays you to download and use new apps on your phone.
This is a pretty standard operation for apps in this category. If you have other apps that pay you to download apps, you won't get credited for installing the same app through different apps.
Cash for Apps gets paid by iOS and Android app owners to increase the number of installs their apps get. Their hope is that you will like the app and keep it on your phone.
Those companies pay Cash for Apps and then you get a portion of the proceeds for downloading the app.
This is a pretty easy one. In just a few steps you can be on your way:
As soon as you are rewarded for downloading and finishing the required tasks you are more than welcome to uninstall the app you were rewarded for installing.
Your points can take up to 24 hours to be awarded. Make sure to use those points to redeem for gift cards.
Cash for Apps is available to iOS and Android users.
I couldn't dig up a minimum age anywhere, so I will have to guess and say it is 18 and older. If you find out something to the contrary please let me know.
As mentioned above, this app is fairly simple.
Make sure to download the featured apps, and complete the necessary tasks. Whether it is to level your account to a certain level or to fill out a few surveys.
Here are multiple ways you can earn with Cash for Apps:
This option is Android only, but Cash for Apps has a sister app called Lock Screen Points.
You can install a lock screen on your phone, and get paid to view ads whenever you unlock your device. The points get added to your Cash for Apps balance.
As soon as you have downloaded and used four apps you unlock tasks.
Occasionally, Cash for Apps adds bonus tasks to the app.
These offers could be surveys, advertising videos, sign up for a free trial or paid offer from an advertiser.
Complete the offer, you will be getting extra points.
The con of the bonus offers is that they are random and few and far between. You can't find them by logging in and looking for them, you just have to wait for them.
Cash for Apps also offers surveys as part of the unlocked tasks.
If you have used other online survey sites, I am sure you are familiar with those providers and their surveys.
You will go through multiple questions to qualify you for the survey. You will be asked about your interests and demographics. Once you qualify, you will be asked your opinion on a plethora of things. The market research companies then use your responses to let brands know what consumers want.
In exchange for your time, Cash for Apps will give some points.
A drawback of Cash for Apps is that they only have a few surveys available at a time, and they are usually hard to qualify for.
Something also to look out for is that compared to other survey sites Cash for Apps has a low payout on surveys.
Like other apps, this is where the money is at. It is always worthwhile to have an audience you can give good recommendations to.
Each iOS referral is worth 90 points. Each Android referral is worth 45 points. If you do the math, just one Instagram post could make you a couple of bucks.
You can redeem your points for one of many gift cards.
Here's a list of my favorite gift card reward options (ranked from high to low):
The minimum redemption value is 3000 points, and that will get you a $10 gift card.
They usually arrive within 48 hours, so if you haven't received your gift card after that make sure to check your spam folder.
Everyone's experience is different depending on the number of referrals, how many surveys they qualify for, time spent watching videos, and your location.
Most apps that you download will get you between 50 to 300 points.
Let's do some math. If your average is 100 points per app, and you are in the app for five minutes each you could make 1200 points in an hour.
That is right around $3 per hour. I imagine that isn't very sustainable, as there is a finite amount of apps available to download.
Everyone has their own experience with Cash for Apps, but there are some common threads that seem to pop up by those that have discussed or reviewed the app online.
As you get over 1000 points the available apps for download seem to dwindle. Which is a bummer because that makes it pretty hard to get to 3000 points.
The most common reviews on the Google Play Store show that the app currently is fairly bug-prone. As those reports clear up, we'll update this review.
As you may have surmised during reading this Cash for Apps review, the app doesn't pay very much.
Once you start the app, it walks you through the signup process and how to earn.
No! Cash for Apps is not a scam.
However, I feel like they could put more effort in on their end and they could become an amazing app.
If you currently do not have a preferred method of making money online then the time could be worth it to you at this time.
I personally think that with the same amount of time you could earn a lot more using more proven systems to earn cash in your spare time.