Welcome to my Chronicle app review.
Now, if you’re scratching your head wondering whether you can pocket $500 in just six days by using some money-generating app on your phone.
Well if that is the case then my friend, this post is tailored just for you.
Now while its initially confusing on what this app seems to offer.
Mainly because they only go over the money side in the advert.
I am going to dig deep into what exactly this is all about and whether you can actually get paid from it.
So, grab a seat, and let’s dive right in!
Table of Contents
What is Chronicle?
So if like me you found yourself watching the advert for Chronicle pondering, “How does this company work?”
The truth is, going off the advert itself, you wouldn’t actually grasp what Chronicle is all about.
What you see in the advert are flashy claims of making hundreds of dollars effortlessly.
Along with people showing off wads of cash, suggesting that this could be earned through using this app.
Now its clear to see why the developers do this.
They want to get you hyped up.
But you can’t help feel why not just give us some idea of how these hundreds of dollars are going to be made.
So yeah Chronicle does leave you in the dark. No information whatsoever!
But after some digging a little deeper, I found that this is an app that essentially pays you for doing, well… something.
Now, what I eventually found to be a job-searching app.
Is owned by Oleksandr Dyachenko, which has already hit the 100,000 downloads mark.
Now I’m sure it’s been racking up these numbers over the last few months, with myself stumbling upon this app months ago.
However, while it’s had its time to build up a reputation and set itself up as an app on the App Store that might make people money.
The big question looms: Is it genuinely going to help you rake in cash as easily as they seem to portray?
How Does Chronicle Work?
Once you’ve downloaded Chronicle and installed it on your phone.
Which you can do via the Google Play Store or the advert, you’re whisked straight into the main dashboard.
Here, you’ll find a list of job offers, which for me being in the UK was conveniently UK based.
With attractive opportunities with brands like Shine, Asda, JD Sports, and various other UK brands.
Initially, the app caught my eye with claims like making £421 in just an hour for a brand called Shine.
But here’s where things start to unravel.
While some hourly rates and daily payouts align with what these companies might actually pay, the application process is peculiar.
Whether you press the blue or purple button to apply and then click on a green button.
You end up at a WhatsApp number where you can allegedly apply for the position.
No face. Nothing.
So it’s all a bit odd.
Phone Number Jobs – A Dodgy Approach?
When you’re taken to WhatsApp, all you see is a phone number with some generic profile pic, and it all seems fishy.
Traditional job application processes for brands like Shine or Asda would normally require you to go through their website or send an email with your CV.
But this app? It sends you to a random phone number.
I also noticed that no matter the job, I was directed to the same WhatsApp number. Something’s not right.
I haven’t attempted any jobs through Chronicle, mainly because it’s raised too many red flags. From the flashy advert to the absence of information on the developer, it’s all a bit mysterious.
Add to that the fact that the app is still in early access mode, despite having been around for months, and it starts to feel like there might be something fishy going on.
For these reasons, I’d advise you to tread carefully with this app. Be mindful of sharing any personal details over WhatsApp, especially when you don’t know who’s really behind that phone number.
That wraps up this Chronicle app review. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to drop them in the comment section below. Thanks for reading!