Welcome to my WinGift app review.
When there are so many making money apps that exist, the competition is tough, and everyone is trying to make themselves better than whats already out there.
The app I will be delving into today immediately caught my eye for its claim of being the highest paying app that gives cash.
But if I had a dollar for every time, I heard that from my time reviewing games, I would likely be quite rich.
Now to cut WinGift some slack, they do look to be offering something legitimate.
Especially since the app owners have created other applications that have been a successful plus and have generally gone down well with its users.
So if you want to learn more about WinGift and want to know if it’s true that they are one of the best and easiest ways to earn cash, then this is the place to be to find out.
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WinGift App Review Summary
- Owner: GALA Mix Inc
- What Are They?: GPT App
- My Worth It Rating: -/5
What Is WinGift?
WinGift offers different ways for users to earn money while also claiming to give back as much as 70 per cent of the ad revenue they earn.
On the app, you also small tasks, which is what they call it, consisting of offers, surveys, games and more, which people can grind and cash out for rewards when the time comes to do so.
These rewards consist of mostly gift cards for retailers in your country and the opportunity to pick up crypto too.
The people who created this game are GALA MIX Inc. who have a history of creating different money-making apps.
Before launching WinGift on the 1st of April 2020, they created a similar app called WinWalk, which has it suggests pays you to walk.
How Does WinGift Work?
Being a get paid to type of app, you can choose what you want to and earn money when it pleases you.
Now since opportunities like this are quite accessible and don’t require huge skill sets, the amount you can earn is typically low.
But with that said, there are some good ways for you to work towards the rewards on offer with WinGift, which I will talk about in the next section.
The first aspect to talk about is setting up the app.
If you have downloaded it on your phone, you will be interested to know that is all you need to do.
That is because while you can create an account, you do not need one to use the app and get access to the earning opportunities.
In fact, minutes after opening WinGift, you are able to earn your first bunch of coins by watching one short video.
Now, if you do want to save your progress or want to use the app on another phone, it may be a good idea to make an account.
You can do this by going over to settings and clicking on save or recover account.
The options presented here are logging in with either Google or Facebook.
How To Make Money With WinGift?
From what I have seen reading reviews on WinGift, plenty of people are happy with the service they offer.
It’s easy to use, and the opportunities they offer are simple to grasp.
Now saying that I have come across a few apps recently that also work very similar.
In this section, I will briefly talk about each of the ways WinGift presents you with coins that can be exchanged.
Tap Research and Pollfish Surveys
The first way to earn money is through surveys.
But compared to the apps I listed above, you don’t have as much choice.
So what you have are Tap Research and Pollfish surveys.
These are two I have had experience with. However, I have found to be limiting in the past.
Pollfish surveys will give you typically one survey a day, normally a small study consisting of a few multiple-choice questions.
A lot of people like them, but back in the day, I hardly ever qualified for them.
The same goes for Tap Research, who while are the opposite and offer lots of surveys, pay very little and constantly disqualify you.
When I used to grind surveys with this router, I remember coming across countless studies paying cents for like half an hour of your time.
Now, as you can see below, the earning potential is up to 60,000 coins.
Those ones paying close to that amount are few and far between, and it’s more common to receive lower paying surveys.
So my advice is to keep to those that are worth your time.
PlayTime Rewards (Playing Games)
PlayTime rewards is an extension I have started to see frequently on earning apps.
What they do is give you the opportunity to earn for every minute you play a game.
Opening this up, you will see a list of recommended games that is suggested to you for playing.
From the main menu, it says to expect anything from 200-20000 coins.
However, from what I saw, a better estimate to give is that you can expect between 200 and 800 coins for every minute you play.
Its definitely a cool opportunity since if you find a game on there that takes your fancy, you will be able to earn without it feeling like work
I would also say this is much easier than the surveys, as you can have coins coming within minutes, while some surveys can take up to an hour to complete.
Offers And Videos
The final three ways to earn consist of two offer walls as well as video features.
Starting with the videos, it’s nice and easy. You get to watch one per five minutes.
Each one you do, you get awarded a handful of coins within the 40 regions, and each one runs for half a minute.
Moving on to the offers and you have two different offer walls that you can take a look through.
You have Fyber and Adgem.
Inspecting both of them, I found that were quite a lot of offers for me anyway, that came with a number of instructions you need to complete.
So in order to earn, you must carefully follow everything it says in order to be awarded the coins for it.
I also found that most of them were quite high paying, has some had payouts of close to the 300’000, which equates to nearly £30 in gift cards.
Of course not exactly a bad thing.
But they also seemed like either a pain to do or looked to require a lot of time.
Which you would expect, with such high payouts associated.
For instance, one offer shown above says I can earn 847’000 coins by playing Board King.
The catch tho is I must reach level 42.
How Do They Pay?
Something that doesn’t make too much sense is the rewards section for WinGift.
Now while the selection of gift cards and rewards you have are very good.
There is so sign or Crypto or even a cash option like PayPal.
Instead, all I see is a list of £10 or £15 gift cards for some of the most popular retailers in the UK.
This is cool because if I wanted food, gadget or a movie to watch on a Saturday night, there is a reward for it there.
The other good aspect is your rewards are offered to you depending on your location.
So if you are from the US or Australia, you will see different options popping up for you.
Like I was saying, though, the big con about this is the fact no cash options are stated.
Even though in the description for WinGift, it literally says ‘Highest Paying Cash App’.
Another small con I noticed is these rewards aren’t small either.
It will feel really rewarding to redeem a £10 gift card since that’s fairly expensive for a GPT site or app.
But requiring at least 130’000 coins means a lot of effort over at least a few months will be needed here.
Apart from a few misleading things said by the developers, WinGift offers a mostly good way for you to earn from your phone.
You have a fairly wide choice of surveys, games that look to pay out well, and some offers where you can be quite profitable if you have the patience.
I am a fan of apps like this because they are designed so that anyone can use them as long as your connected to the internet and have a compatible device.
The only negative for me, aside from the lack of cash options, is that it’s not going to be easy for you to reach the minimum threshold, for instance.
To put into perspective, surveys pay a maximum of 5000 coins, and even then, they will be few and far between, meaning you can expect to receive much less per survey. But let’s say you were awarded five thousand per study you completed. You would have to complete at least 26 to reach the threshold.
So, all in all, while apps like WinGift do pay, they always go in with the right expectations. You won’t get rich or anything like that, but if you take out 10-20 minutes a day, you could earn an extra £10-£30 a year, albeit in gift cards.
Thanks for reading my WinGift app review.
Been paid using this game? What are your thoughts on them?
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