Welcome to my Coin+ app review.
Now, after seeing multiple adds for this new money-making Game, I thought I ought to try it out.
Like many existing games on the play store, they seem to offer a way for you to make money from your phone.
Everyone wants to make money, and if it’s free, it’s going to interest a lot of people.
This is why Coin+ has already smashed 1 million downloads on Google Play with fair ease.
From watching the advert showing off the Game, it makes it look as if its really easy to earn using this app.
The reality is that they hardly ever pay though and when they do, it’s very little.
So today, I will be checking the app out, showing you how to earn and whether they are legitimate in this Coin+ app review.
Table of Contents
Coin+ App Review Summary
- Owner: Coin+
- What Are They?: Making Money App
- Cost: Free
- Verdict: Legit
- Recommended: No
What Is Coin+ App?
Coin+ is essentially made up of various games to give you the chance to win prizes from playing.
And without crushing your hopes of finding an app that pays out, they were all-time waisters.
So my expectations carrying out this Coin+ app were low.
Now don’t get me wrong you will find games that will give you free cash, however, they aren’t a lot of good ones.
This is the first game to be made by its developers who have only been active for four months.
However, despite being new like I mentioned earlier, they already have 1 million installs since launching in mid-January.
By the time you get to the end of this Coin+ app review, you will have a better idea of whether this one goes in the worth it or not bracket.
Now, of course, to get started, what you want to do is download the app.
The game is free to install and doesn’t come with any in-app purchases.
Which should always be the case with these free cash apps.
Once you have then gone ahead and opened the game you will see a game board with dice.
At first and for me anyway, this can be confusing, but what you have is 50 rolls of a dice.
And for each roll, you have the chance to earn a reward.
There is no sign up involved here which is different from other apps, as you are normally required to in order to save progress and to get paid.
Now once you have completed the setup, you will see many other games along with the board game that is front of you.
So let’s go through how Coin+ works.
How Does Game + Work?
There are a number of things you can win within the Coin+ app.
The two main in-game currencies consist of dollars and diamonds.
Dollars are the most sought after currency on the app as this is what you need to withdraw and get paid.
Once you have accumulated $50 in dollars you can redeem a prize from there catalog which is either through PayPal, Amazon, or Google Play.
The other currency that you can earn is diamonds. These are given for you to use on games and also for building your house.
By upgrading your house you will get more treasure chests per day which should result in more dollars theoretically.
The first level that requires 10,000 diamonds gives you two a day
The most expensive house you can get is 500,000 diamonds and gives you 6 chests a day.
I don’t really see the point of the diamonds, but they are there to make you feel like your earning something when your not getting dollars.
Next, we have the puzzle pieces, by collecting these you can earn prizes such as Airpods and iPhones.
You need 12 pieces for an iPhone X and 20 for a pair of Airpods. I have earned a few, but I can’t help but feel that getting the puzzle pieces for these rewards is next to impossible.
The final thing you can land on is question cards. When you land on one of these you will be given the choice of three turned over cards.
One of these will give reward dollars while the other two give you diamonds, so you need to basically guess which one as the cash reward.
Coin + Games
Now like I alluded to earlier there are are a few games for users to play within Coin+. Each one is included inside the app so you don’t need to download any other apps to play them.
Above you will see a game board and as you can see there are numerous squares.
You will also see on top of a number of them are diamonds, coins, puzzles, and question cards.
With each roll of the dice, you will make your way around the table picking up rewards along the way.
Once you have completed a few rolls some of the rewards will change.
So on squares where you would have got dollars, they may be swapped with puzzle pieces.
At first, it feels to easy to earn and that is the plan, as its to make you feel that this game will earn you a lot of money.
But as you play it more you find yourself landing on the cashless and less.
The lucky wheel isn’t exactly a game as such but more of a spin.
To enter it costs you 2000 diamonds and by entering you have the chance to either win more or fewer diamonds then you entered.
As you can you can also get another dice roll on the game board or cash if your lucky.
If you are a gambler who wants to try and win more cash then this is the way to do it.
However with all of these types of games, they are set up not to favor you, so I wouldn’t be surprised if the weight of landing on cash was near rock bottom.
Knife hit is similar to another game I played months ago called Knife Bounty.
The idea of it is to hit the rotating circle with knives until all of yours have gone. On there you will find cash and other rewards that if you hit and complete the level will be added to your balances.
You only have one life and you will lose it by hitting any of the knives you’ve put on to the circle.
Now the reason why you only have one life is they want you to watch an ad.
So they give you the option to watch a video in order to carry on playing and get that life back.
As the levels go on they do get much harder to the point where you need lightning-fast reactions.
What I Am A Fan Off
1. Games Can Be Fun
Now without one of the negatives that I will talk about in a second, the games can be quite fun.
The knife fit is one that can be quite addictive and enjoyable, and the game board is something unique that isn’t too bad too.
However, with the ads the games are at times unplayable.
With that said you don’t need to use the app to make money and you can just play it for the games.
Which is what I recommend as getting paid will be hard.
So if you like the sound of what I’ve talked about so far within the Coin+ app review I don’t see the harm in trying it out.
What I Am Not A Fan Off
1. Far Too Many Ads
Coin+ has undoubtedly capitalized on the early hype by cashing in with ads.
Since downloading the app, I have found using it for a few minutes without being presented with an ad a stretch.
I have had the Game for a few days now, and today when starting it up, I was presented with a minute’s worth of ads.
Now I know these apps need to make their money.
However, having too many adverts reduces the user experience.
As I spoke about earlier, you have 50 new rolls every day.
But the thing is, for every roll, you make, which takes you a few seconds, you are shown an ad.
So it drains your time.
For me, I think that is just too much and was quite annoying.
2. A Time Waister
Now let me explain what I mean here. This app is a time-kill if download it with the focus of making money with it.
It’s just not the best opportunity to make lots of money.
But unfortunately, with the way these apps come across, they make it seem like making hundreds of dollars from them is possible.
E.g., while using Coin+, I was shown other similar making money apps within the ads.
In these ads, they all make it look like you are getting lots of money from a click of a button.
However, it could be more contrary. The reality is that if you want to make any money, you will need to grind all your time into it.
You also have to be really patient.
Just check out this recent review of someone who has only just got enough to get paid.
The user has played it for two months; however, they only recently managed to reach the minimum threshold of $50 to get paid.
Not only does that show you what to expect, but its an eye-opener.
I made $15 with the app in my first days.
However, I won’t receive it because I’m not willing to waste my time.
But the fact they give you so much at first shows you how at first they give you the belief that you will earn quick money.
If I were to continue using it, I would only make another $15 in 30 days.
It’s just how all these apps work, and because I have tried too many out, I have become used to the pattern of them.
3. Spammy Notifications
Be careful downloading this app as once you have installed it, you will start to get spammed with notifications. You will be told about games, chests, rolling dices throughout the day.
I woke up the other day to find many notifications from Coin+. And honestly, it is quite annoying, which is why I have since uninstalled it.
You can see why they do it, and that is, of course, to get you spending as much time on the app as possible.
But I feel they do go overboard with the notifications.
Is Coin+ Legit?
From reading the reviews, I have seen enough for me to clear them as legit. However, Coin+ is not an app I recommend.
The income potential is too low and will leave you grinding for months just to get $50.
This is a poor return on your time.
In my opinion, there are better things you can do with your time. Even if you were to freelance you would be able to earn that amount of money in a much shorter time frame.
Ultimately because they are legit, whether they are for you depends on you and what you’re looking for.
If you want a game that you can have fun with and maybe earn along the way, then I don’t see the harm of trying it out.
However, if you are struggling for money and as seen an ad for Coin+ showing someone making $100+ effortlessly, I recommend checking out other options.
That brings us to the end of this Coin+ app review. If you have any comments or have played the game yourself, then do let me know by leaving a comment below.