Thanks for taking the time out to seek out a PushRewards Review.
From my experience, any opportunity to make money that says ‘very easy and fast’ is usually the opposite.
This is what I found from checking out the description of PushRewards.
So if you have read that and become skeptical, I don’t blame you as I would be too.
Now today, I am going to check the app further.
If you want to know if they live up to there claims and whether at the end of it you will have a payout, then this is the place for you.
PushRewards Review Summary
- Owner: CrazyMobileApps
- What Are They?: Get Paid To App
- Cost: Free
- Verdict: N/A
- Recommended: No
What Is PushRewards?
PushRewards is a get paid to app, which, according to them, will help you earn rewards and gift cards.
GPT opportunities are so popular these days, with there being hundreds of them out there.
Testing time, 20Cogs, and InboxDollars, to name a few.
This app, on the other hand, caught my eye because there claim is that there the easiest to earn app.
Which is a bold statement considering that they are new and also the competition they have out there.
It is developed and managed by CrazyMobileApps, who have released various apps, including Walking Money, another app that offers rewards.
Since there release in mid-June, they have driven 100k installs and have 10k reviews on the app store.
In the PushRewards review section, they have an average rating of 4.2 out of 5.
How Does PushRewards Work?
When you have completed the first action of installing PushRewards, you will be left with a few steps to go through next.
This starts with giving the app-specific permissions.
On Android, you will get a pop up saying whether to allow PushRewards access to your current location.
The other pop up will be the accept the conditions of the game, again you will need to press accept to continue.
That brings you on to the final step, and that is to create an account, you can do this by selecting a google account to continue with.
Once you have finished the sign-up, you will have a screen with different tiles, like the image below.
Of these, you will see there are few ways to earn, which I will go over in the next section of the PushRewards Review.
How To Make Money With PushRewards?
In total, PushRewards have brought four ways for you to earn to the table.
The selection of opportunities is underwhelming, as, within each way, you are limited.
It’s not an app where you can spend a lot of time grinding rewards.
There are two currencies available; this is Coins and PayPal.
From playing the games on offer, it seems as if coins are more easily accessible. Has from playing all four games, I didn’t earn anything towards a PayPal payment.
But now you know what you get within the app, let’s talk about what’s on offer.
Scratch and win opportunities are ubiquitous with apps; the amount of them who have incorporated this feature into there game is high.
Some of the games I have tried that offer this include Lucky Party, Spin Day, and Lucky Go.
On PushRewards I found the scratching game very simple,
What I mean by this is unlike other games and the ones listed above, your not looking for three matching symbols.
Instead, you are scratching to reveal a number of coins.
Whatever you get is added to your balance.
I tried a few of these, and an example of one is like below.
As you can see from the above, I got 5.4 coins.
There also doesn’t seem to be a cap on the amount of these you can do, which is cool.
However, the one catch is that you must watch a video before each one you do.
A Captcha is a way to distinguish whether or not someone is human or not.
You will often find them when logging into websites or filling out forms.
When shown, they are required; however, only take a few seconds to do.
But as you can tell, this is something that you can make money doing on PushRewards.
As for each one you complete, you will receive a few coins.
To do them, you must find all the images of a particular object.
One example would be that you are asked to find ‘cars.’
So you may have nine images, and from these, you must pick out the ones with cars.
Next up, we have the Fortune Wheel, which just as it sounds, is a wheel with rewards on it.
For each time you watch a video, you will get a spin.
As you can see from the picture below, you can win a number of coins.
This goes from 0.5 to 7.
So you don’t get many coins, but you can spin it as many times as you want.
PushRewards Refer And Earn
On the dashboard, you may have noticed a refer and earn tab.
This is where you will find instructions on how to get paid for inviting others to the app.
You will see a referral code for you to share around.
If someone downloads PushRewards and inserts your code, then you will get ten coins.
As an incentive for your referral to use a code, they will get 20 coins.
This might sound good to you; however, from looking into it more, it’s not worth it.
That is because each referral equates to a cent.
I have tried other referral programs like UserCrowd and Honeygain.
Nowhere have I seen such a low paying incentive program for getting new users to join.
So if this something you want to utilize, I would check out other ones, as you will get much more for your time and effort.
How Do They Pay?
Since there are two currencies on the app, you can withdraw from both.
You have rewards for both coins and PayPal.
If you earn any PayPal money through any of the opportunities on offer, you can withdraw at any time.
There isn’t a minimum threshold; however, from using the app, it’s not clear how you can get this currency.
As from trying out the four features I talked about earlier, I only got coins.
But with these coins which are easy to acquire, you can get paid once you have earned 2500 coins.
These start at $5 and range to $25.
There are multiple rewards you can redeem this includes:
- Google Play
- Free Fire
PushRewards pay differently to other apps and sites as they do so on a net basis, this means you will get your rewards on the 1st of every month.
What I Am A Fan Off
1. Excessive Ads
From trying out PushRewards, I found that just navigating the app will end up with you having to watch an ad.
Something of which I thought was too much.
Not only that, but for each spin, captcha, and scratchcard, you have first to watch a video.
This does become quite time consuming as you only get a few coins for each task you do.
You don’t get value for your time, as you are only getting cents for your time.
So it’s safe to say PushRewards are getting much more out of the ads then you
2. Not Many Ways To Earn
The claim PushRewards make is that they are one of the easiest apps to make money with.
But as Get Paid To apps go, this one is up there with some of the lowest-paying apps I have tried.
You need to get 2500 points to cash out. However, you get only a handful of coins for each task you do.
So if you have any hope of getting a quick and easy payout, this won’t be it as it will take at least a month or two.
That is if you put in some time into the game.
Which is something I don’t recommend.
3. 2500 People?
One of the most shocking aspects I found with PushRewards is the incredibly low paying referral program.
From doing some calculations, I worked out you would need roughly 2500 referrals to get the lowest payout of $5.
To put that into perspective, some affiliate networks I have joined offer as much as $5 for just one referral.
So when you compare the rates, you will have to put in some serious hard work to make money from this feature.
I am not a fan of PushRewards; they don’t offer to much in terms of options to earn.
With what’s on offer, it will be a slow earner as opposed to a fast way to earn, which is what they initially make it seem.
The game has only been live for over a month, so because of that, I am not surprised there aren’t any payouts arising.
However, I don’t expect too many to come through as it isn’t easy to reach the minimum threshold.
At this point, I don’t know whether PushRewards is a scam so that I will put it as N/A for the time being.
Since it is new and there aren’t many reviews active, I will have to give it more time as there is a chance they might payout.
However, for the time being, and until there is evidence that they payout, I would stay away from them.
There are far easier ways to raise that amount of money in a shorter time span, which defeats the claims that they make.
For instance, you could complete surveys with a site like Swagbucks and be able to cash out on the same day.
I hope this PushRewards review answers any questions you had, especially if you came across this post was looking for more info on the app.
If you have tried them do let me know by leaving a comment below 🙂