Are you looking for a mGamer app review?
If so, then this post will be of great interest to you.
Now while I might be late to the party as this app was brought out last 2019, I have been hearing positive things from their members and have even been recommended to go and check it out.
mGamer is an app made by AG Pro Dev designed to offer ways for people to get paid to do tasks like surveys, offers, watch videos and even play games.
They offer a bit of everything, and with over 10 million downloads in just under two years, it has become an app to turn to for many people worldwide.
However, if you are familiar with different money-themed apps in the store, you may know that not every app is equal.
You have some that will pay you fairly, which are the ones you want.
But you will also have those that are just straight up not worth it.
That is what I am going to help with today.
To start with, I will tell you if this mGamer is legit, and if it is, I will relay my thoughts to you on whether it is worth grinding for its rewards.
Table of Contents
mGamer App Review Summary
- Owner: AG Pro Dev
- What Are They?: Get Paid To App
- My Worth It Rating: 3/5
How Does mGamer Work?
If you have gone ahead and already got mGamer on your phone, you may have tried to make an account.
This is the first step you need to go through to get access to what they have to offer.
Taking about a minute, you must create an account using either your email or connect your Facebook account.
Gmail is another option you can take; however, it was temporarily unavailable when doing this mGamer review.
Once done, you will be shown the dashboard, which not only is laid out simply, but you will also see that you have a 500 coin bonus for signing up.
Here is a picture of it below:
You will see above that scrolling from top to bottom are potential ways to earn coins on the app.
Every time you do complete something, your balance will be updated with a new amount of coins.
Before we talk about the individual opportunities that pay with mGamer, it is worth going over the currency.
It is simple in that you get paid coins. However, working the worth of it isn’t very clear.
Since the payouts, even the small amounts like a $2 payout require thousands of coins.
So what you are looking at is about 10 cents per 100 coins.
This is worth knowing early on because, with surveys, it says you can get 1000 coins per one you complete.
It sounds like a lot; however that equates to roughly $0.10, which is quite low.
So when working through the app, it’s good practice to convert points before you complete something, so you know whether you are getting your time for money.
How To Earn Money mGamer?
On the dashboard, you should see seven different ways to earn these coins.
Some of these ways are very simple and can either be done once or take you a few seconds.
While others will require a bit more time invested for you to earn.
As we pointed out in the last section, it looks like mGamer is trying to catch you out with payouts.
So this section will focus on each of these 7 opportunities, what they require to complete and if you should do them yourself.
Surveys are the first option for you, and generally, I have found them to be a solid way to earn money quickly over the years.
On mGamer, you have some good choice to start with, with over nine different ones to try.
None of these surveys is from the app developers themselves. Instead, they are with survey routers.
What these are, are companies that connect you with businesses that have surveys for you to complete.
Just a quick note I thought it worth mentioning since mGamer doesn’t handle these with all these being external.
If you want to complete a survey, you click on one of these routers, redirecting you to a page sometimes in the app or in your browser where you can choose one to complete.
As an example, I chose Yuno Surveys as they are the most familiar from the list, of which I was directed to their website.
Here is an image of all the different studies they have and the payouts associated with each one.
Mine ranged from 975-8450 coins, which in terms of actual value, I can earn between roughly $0.10 and $0.90.
You would think that a survey paying close to 10000 coins would pay you a few dollars; however, it’s not even $1.
So like I mentioned in the last section, do be wary of this.
I would also only recommend surveys that pay $0.50 or more.
As I found ones that pay less not to be worth the time.
On the face, and when you see that you can play some games for coins, it does look enticing.
However, this section is underwhelming, to say the least.
When you click on this, you are shown five options.
With only three of these being games you can play.
Now, these games aren’t anything special,
Similar to the surveys, you will be redirected to other websites and windows.
From testing a few of them, I found these to be very basic and even worse than the average game of the app store.
They are also quite hard to play since there are riddled with ads.
That isn’t even the worst aspect of these. That is because you are competing with other users on a leaderboard.
So your time isn’t translating to earning coins, but rather an attempt to win.
It’s probably not the best place to start if you want to reach the threshold quick.
(Update: there is another new feature to earn by playing games called Playtime, here you get paid coins for every minute you play a downloaded game they recommend)
The next way is to view videos to earn coins.
This is by far the easiest of the opportunities on offer.
Not only because you don’t have to spend minutes to complete it, but you simply click on a video in the dashboard, and it will load one up.
The negative to something that will take you seconds to do and passively is the payout.
Having tried a few of these, I got 50 coins each time.
So when the threshold is 19000 coins, you will need to watch 100’s of these ads.
Now while the focus is helping you earn, it’s also worth knowing that the cut you are getting is very low.
Task offers consist of many different offer walls, a lot like the survey routers.
This is because for these you get paid to complete offers, but with other companies.
When you complete some offers, you get coins credited to you back in your mGamer account.
Your selection of offers consists of:
- AG Task
- Adgate media
- OfferToro Monllix
- Adscend Media
Each one will offer the same types of offers. However, from my experience, you will find some of these offer walls paying better for certain offers.
So if you are interested in working on these, it’s best to go through all of them to see which one is paying you best.
These offers consist by way of more surveys, signing up, competitions, free trials and more.
Best Of The Rest
As I said at the start, you have some ways that don’t require so much time and are essentially mini opportunities.
This consists of Lucky Draw, Lucky Jackpot and Input code.
For the Draw, you can win coins by entering into a draw.
You can win between 100-1000 coins depending on what contest you choose.
Entries are also free. However, the cost is that you need to watch a video.
You can enter as many times as you want, but of course, you must view one for each entire.
For Lucky Number, you can win either 1000 or 5000 coins by predicting numbers.
If your number is announced, you will win the prize.
Lastly, you have Input Code, which isn’t an opportunity as such.
It’s a feature where you can put in your invitation code.
How Do They Pay?
A selling point of mGamer which might explain their massive growth is the variety in rewards.
Specifically, in-game currencies, similar to EZCash, a mobile gamer can redeem extra credit for PUBG, FreeFire Diamonds, Mobile Legend, Lords Mobile, and even Candy Crush.
For people who play any of those games, it offers a good incentive.
You could be earning stuff to take you to the next level in your game while not playing.
Now along with the games, you have an option that will appeal to a greater audience in PayPal. As I mentioned above, if you want the smallest amount offered to be $2, you will need 19000 coins.
The games offer faster ways for you to redeem, with 25 gold in Need For Speed and 63 diamonds in Lords Mobile, both being cheaper options at 5000 coins.
I wouldn’t lie to you by saying that mGamer is a must download for you, as it isn’t.
There are some good payouts as spoken about above, but it’s definitely nothing special, and with the amounts the developers give you, in general, you won’t be earning a great deal.
With that said, these types of apps are good for what they are.
If you want to earn a few gems or coins for a game you are currently playing or a few dollars, they will help you achieve that.
However, just don’t expect to either cash out fast or a lot, as it won’t happen.
As we looked at earlier, the highest-earning opportunity being the surveys will likely pay you less than a dollar for each one you complete.
If you’re more interested in earning money instead of getting to the next level of Candy Crush, I would recommend these apps instead.
Overall they pay better than mGamer and offer a better choice of opportunities to crack on with.
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