Welcome to my Tap Money Rain app review!
I was recently watching this advert, which you may of too, where someone was going through a wad of cash.
They were tapping on the screen, and each time dollars were being added to the balance.
I have seen so many of these games, and nothing is more ‘bait’ than a game where simply tapping on a screen is supposedly going to make you $1 every time.
Now, if what I saw in the advert is possible, then it would seem that making hundreds of dollars is a piece of cake.
However, since you are here, you have likely tried out this money-making game and stumbled into a roadblock.
Well, that is where I come in as I will be answering the questions you are asking.
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Tap Money Rain Review Summary
- Owner: lilytyrellgo
- What Are They?: Money Making Game
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is Tap Money Rain?
Tap Money Rain is the latest game on the store that portrays the image that anybody can make hundreds of dollars of practically doing nothing.
We have seen a few games in particular that have revolved around giving people the idea to print out money essentially.
The developers of those games made a fair bit of money, I can imagine.
But for the users, it was just disappointment and frustration from what I saw.
How this relates to this game is because the concept and the outcome are the same.
The smart people to come up with this raining money-based game are lilytyrellgo, who made Tree For Money.
But from looking on the app store, it does look like that game was either banned or removed.
Either way, there is another game in its place called Tap Money Rain, and not to spoil it for you, but this game is as big of a joke as the other games this developer has made before.
How Does It Work?
When you think of it raining money, you probably either imagine one of those money guns or someone holding a wad of notes spraying them everywhere.
What the developers have therefore done is take inspiration from that to create a game where it feels like your making it rain money and to build your hopes that you can make lots of money.
So what you have in the game is a sunny sunset in the background and in front of you a neverending wad of money, which you flick through by tapping on the screen.
Every time you press on the notes, one note flies off, and you get $1 added to your balance in the top left.
Do this repeatedly, and you can see how reaching numbers in the thousands could well be doable.
Now lets move onto the money aspect of this Tap Money Rain app review.
How Do You Make Money With Tap Money Rain?
Now to test it out, I had a go and tapped as much and as quick as possible to see how much these people are fooling their users.
Well, in about 30 seconds, I got to around $145 at the top.
Which you can see in the screenshot below.
However, you may have noticed another figure to the right, with a PayPal icon.
It gets confusing because the money on the left means nothing in terms of trying to withdraw it.
Instead, it’s the balance on the right that carries any weight, if you can call that.
To explain what this is, well, this money is given to you at sporadic times while playing the game.
Here is an example:
So if you tap 25 notes, you might get a $90 bonus as I did.
That money with the pound sign is what you get from tapping the notes and can’t be cashed out.
This is quite key to understand because, unlike what you see advertised, you aren’t actually getting paid every time, even though it may feel like it at first.
How Do They Pay?
The developers have gone full out with their games because, unlike others, they don’t have a threshold you have to meet.
They are basically saying to their users. You can make as much as you want, whether that be $100 or $100,000.
However, what figure you cash out, we won’t honour by paying you out.
So there isn’t a threshold that you must meet, and therefore you can press the cashout button when you feel like it.
What You Need To Know About
1. They Are In Control
Now any money-making app or website you decide to join is in control of the money.
They are the ones who pay you the money. Some are fair, while others aren’t.
These developers are an example of a developer who isn’t fair because they string their users along, making them believe they are earning.
But really, they aren’t and never will with Money Rain.
I alluded to earlier about the two different currencies, one is worthless, and the other could be cashed out, even though they aren’t likely to pay you.
With the money on the right, they give you these cash amounts when they want.
These are in no correlation to the pounds you earn but are awarded at random points.
Like the other games made by this lilytyrellgo, you don’t know what to expect or what you will get.
2. Flooding You With Money
I will be honest with you because that is what I aim to do with all my reviews,
All the money it looks like your earning effortlessly. I can tell you right now you won’t receive it.
How I know this, well, there is the fact I have tried out an almost identical game made by these same people.
But the other giveaway is that I had a PayPal balance of $284.66 within about a few minutes.
The game essentially gave it to me in 3/4 amounts of about $80 and $90.
Now, do you think that money is that easy to be made?
Do you think that someone would genuinely pay you to tap on a screen?
The answer is obvious for me, and that is no, but if you believe it’s yes to any of those two, then, by all means, continue to play the game.
The developer making fake money-making games have evolved to the point where they are designing ones around claiming to hand people cash.
It looks too good to be true, and that is unfortunately because it is.
While it could never be a reality, I would love to see an opportunity where users only have to tap on a screen to pay their bills.
But as you would suspect, it just isn’t possible and almost certainly will never be.
I honestly don’t know how the owners live with themselves, knowing that they are making a mockery of millions of people.
Sadly though, where there is a demand, there is a business, and with so many people wanting to make money, developers like these have simply found a loophole.
Thanks for reading my Tap Money Rain app review.
If you do have any questions or want to pick me up on something I haven’t answered, then do let me know 🙂