Welcome to my Free Recharge app review.
Now having a mobile phone is super useful, as it helps you stay connected at all time whether that be to the internet or with other people.
One of the cons of having one is that the monthly bill comes in every 30 days for it, which has some people trying to cover these monthly fees without spending money.
What exists that helps people pay for their phone bills is something called a ‘recharge’ which many services seem to offer.
This is where a company will send you mobile credit or data to your phone, however typically for money.
What this means is that some companies that aren’t genuine are trying to tap into this market to fake these services and mislead people into thinking they can get free credit.
Is this the case with this app? Or will they genuinely top it your phone for you with no questions asked?
Read on to find out the answer as well as my final verdict.
Table of Contents
Free Recharge App Review Summary
- Owner: N Developer
- What Are They?: Recharge Your Phone App
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is Free Recharge App About?
Like I mentioned above, Free Recharge is an app where the owners claim to give you credit and vouchers.
The word free in the name gives red flags off the bat, and when you first see the app, you already have a good idea of what is entailed.
That is because instead of the company coming up with an original name or icon, they have taken Google’s signature play button and put it as their icon.
Now I have no idea how the owners are getting away with it because they use their brand to promote their app.
Its details like this tell you a lot about the developer as well as their intentions.
If an app were truly offering a mobile recharge service, it would have something unique.
But from looking at their history of making apps, it seems that not only do they do the same thing with each, but they are all around offering something free.
They currently have other apps that say you can earn free cash, codes, etc., with specific apps for each, and honestly, it just looks rather spammy from N Developer and doesn’t give you any faith that they pay at all.
How Does Free Recharge Work?
When it comes to getting paid or, like in this case, having your phone topped up, it has to be funded somehow.
Funds aren’t just being handed to you for free, so whether that is the company themselves paying for it or a third party company supplying them, they have to be paid for somehow.
I mention this because developers like this one love to give people the impression that money can essentially be printed out.
So that when they go to use an app like Free Recharge, they expect to get a top-up then really easily.
Now in the case of this app, when you open it, you are presented with ways to earn rupees which can be used to withdraw for various rewards.
Mind you, the app is very basic, with only three ways to raise this virtual money.
Starting with you have a daily login, which gives you about 7 rupees.
You also have videos and scratch cards, and next to everything you see in the app, the word free is used frequently.
Amounts And Progress Reset
I could never imagine using some make money website and having all my progress reset.
It must be so frustrating, but for me, I have luckily not experienced it since I have only put my time into websites that are established.
Those though that have been using N Developers apps have found countless issues.
One of the main ones is having their balance reset when they reach certain amounts.
How I found this out was from reading several reviews on other apps made by the developers.
Where everyone was saying the same thing and were also clearly very disappointed from wasting their time.
N Developer has, though, since upped their game by putting Free Recharge into early access mode. Unfortunately, this means none of their 100 thousand installs will be able to leave any feedback.
Therefore, there will be no reviews and, importantly, no rating, meaning that not only will new users go into using this app having no clue if they pay.
But existing users won’t be able to warn anybody or be able to express their thoughts on it, which is quite annoying.
The fact that your progress is reset is no surprise for me, as both the apps and the developer are garbage.
As I spoke about earlier, this app isn’t the only one the developers have created to trick people into thinking earning free rewards is just around the corner.
There are in total 6 games, which all have things in common that are not good. All having bad reviews, loads of installs and no proof anywhere that they pay.
Something that is so expected when you consider the fact that no effort has gone into the app.
With a lazy daily login bonus feature and no ad in sight, which while no one wants to watch them, is how apps make money.
So if there are no ads, how exactly are they funding to give up to $50 worth of gift cards out to people.
I just don’t see any benefits of using this Free Recharge app, as I have reviewed so many other opportunities that I know there are better ways to earn gift cards by doing tasks.
This list of apps is a great place to start, and for those who want to learn how I make a full-time income, you can also check out this post here.
I hope this Free Recharge app review saved you the time and frustration of trying to earn money with it.
As always, if you have any questions, do let me know below 🙂