Welcome to my Cash House app review.
Today’s app that we will be looking at combines fun with earning.
The game itself is centred around users making money playing different games for a set amount of minutes.
But that isn’t all there is to it.
As there is an aspect that as you earn money, you also make progress and build up a house, hence the name CashHouse.
The app as a whole looks quite put together, and despite not having that much attention, having only been released a few months ago, it’s showing a lot of promise.
Now the thoughts in your head, especially if you have come to this post straight from the app store or from downloading it, will be, is this legit, and can somebody make some good money from using the service.
That will be my aim for roughly the next 5-10 minutes, as I plan to go over all the details you need to know about them.
As a result, any questions you have now will be answered by the end.
Cash House App Review Summary
- Owner: Just Forge
- What Are They?: Paid To Play Other Games
- My Worth It Rating: 4/5
What Is CashHouse?
CashHouse joins an already competitive market of apps that pay you to play interesting new games.
While you may have been sceptical checking them out for the first time like I was since they don’t have many installs.
As I was saying, this game is new, having only launched on the 10th of May, and so far, they have just over 10 thousand downloads.
So while many reviews are saying they are pleased with getting paid out.
Only time will tell whether the owners behind it JustForge can keep it up, with looks to be their first venture.
How Does CashHouse Work?
Earlier I mentioned four games, that despite each looking like different types of apps, are all the same.
From the way they work to even to the amounts that they pay their users.
CashHouse is a lot like these, but what I did find is their overall look and set-up is somewhat unique.
While you will be playing different games to pick up coins, they have integrated a mini-game into it.
Let me explain how this works:
This is what you will be greeted with when you log in, a cartoon guy walking around a small house with a phone in his hand.
As you can, he is also accompanied by a few items of furniture to start with.
Now, if you new and on level 2 like me, you will see exactly that.
However, what is quite interesting and unique is that you will earn XP that will level you up as you play the games.
So if you look at the top left corner, you will see next to the level progress bar a bookshelf.
This will be added to the house as a piece of furniture.
Along with bonuses associated with earning these items.
Below is a list of the rewards you get for the first 6 levels:
As you play the games, your house will get bigger and full of different items.
With that said and with you likely being more interested in how money is earned, I will cover all of this in the next section.
How To Make Money With CashHouse?
If you want to get paid using CashHouse, you will want to direct your attention away from the building and to the games, you see at the bottom.
That is because, to earn the main currency being coins, you will need to download games on your phone.
You will be paid based on a combination of how much you spend playing them and the rate.
If we look at the two games I was offered, for example, here we have Coin Master and King Of Avalon.
Now one gives me 540 coins for every minute, and the other gives 640 coins.
Its all quite self explanatory in that if you do exactly that, that is what you will receive in return
Depending on where you are from, though, you may have fewer or more games.
You might also have different amounts offered to you.
This isn’t because the app is trying to get away with you paying you less. It’s because the coins they offer have to correspond with the currency of your country.
So that is something to remember if you don’t live in the UK like me, as what you will see is likely much different.
How Do They Pay?
To get paid with Cash House is a lot easier than you would initially think.
Common themes of any GPT site or money app is that you need to put in a few hours, sometimes a day, to have enough to get paid.
But since the reward options don’t require as many coins, and the number of coins given by playing the games is fair.
It means you can get paid that same day without too much hassle, that is, as long as you are offered games after opening up the game.
Now the options to choose all depend on your location.
For me in the UK, I was offered PayPal, Amazon, iTunes, Starbucks and Zalando.
However, while you will see some of the same rewards, what you get depends on what you have in your available in your country.
The minimum threshold is the lowest for the PayPal option, with only 500 coins needed for a £0.50 payout.
But if you wanted a gift card of £10, you will need at least 10000 coins and therefore will require some time investment to get.
Inconsistent Coin For Some Users
The feedback for CashHouse has generally been well-received so far after a few months of being live.
As with an app that pays people and is fresh, there are always hiccups, which definitely has some.
This being an issue with coins, where the payouts aren’t the most consistent.
So while someone might play a game for a minute and get 640 coins, they might then play for a few minutes and only get 10/20 coins.
This could very much be a glitch where playing time isn’t being properly recorded.
However, it concerns from the point of, if you get engrossed into a game for, let’s say, 10 minutes, and you only get paid for the first minute, well, that’s not good.
A few people have picked up on this and quite rightly left feedback for it.
So hopefully, this issue gets evened out by the developers Just Forge.
My Final Thoughts On Cash House
When I was doing some early research on this game, I found some people who were making okayish money.
This being playing the game for a day and getting just under $10 for their time.
It may be hard to believe, but I would say that is good money for an app like this.
Making money apps don’t have the best reputations for paying lots, and that is because the opportunities don’t require a high skill set to complete.
So when it comes to playing games for money, anyone can do this, meaning there isn’t a demand.
Because of that, you can never expect to make too much from using an app like Cash House.
For that user who got $10, they likely made that amount from playing it all day as well and going through all the games.
However, like with and only having two games, it means you are earnings are capped.
While you could make enough to cash out a nice gift card one day.
You may not be able to do so the next day or the day after.
So, all in all, these apps are definitely not the type you can rely on.
But since you are being paid to play games, you may originally have them on your phone. You also cant lose at the same time.
Now I do hope you found this Cash House app review useful.
Especially if you had just came across it and had no idea if they paid out or not.
Before I leave you to finish your day or even crack on with this game.
I thought it would be useful to leave you some extra apps to make money with.
Because if you like the look of this app, then you will find some of these other apps I use interesting.
Hopefully will help you to make more from your phone.
See you in the next post, guys 🙂