Welcome to my Wonder Time App Review!
If you’ve stumbled upon this game that’s offering a tantalizing $300 just for playing other games, your curiosity might be piqued.
Is it really possible to earn money by playing?
Well In this post, I’m going to dig into what exactly Wonder Time is, and tell you right here whether you can truly get paid for playing it.
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What is Wonder Time?
Wonder Time is a creation of Lazaro Oliveira, boasting over 1 million downloads on the app store already.
Screenshots in the app store depict various games you can play, hinting at the possibility to win rewards and make money.
These rewards include $100 PayPal, $100 eBay, and $50 Amazon gift cards.
Interestingly, this game markets itself as a reward game.
Despite being in early access mode (which is unusual for a game with so many installs), it’s very present in the app store.
Do an online search, and you’ll come up short on information about their payout history or legitimacy. Suspicious, right?
Getting Started With Wonder Time App
In a nutshell, Wonder Time pays you for downloading other games onto your phone and playing them.
This concept isn’t new; there are other apps I recommend that employ the same idea to earn rewards.
However, Wonder Time makes grand claims on earning potential, far outshining legitimate apps using this concept.
While legitimate games might pay a couple of dollars for playing at least from my experience.
Wonder Time promises to pay hundreds of dollars, explaining its 1 million app store installs.
However where is the reasoning for it?
Like why would they want to do this, makes no sense right?
Well giving you a taste for this earnings, when you start Wonder Time, you’ll get 100,000 tokens (equal to nine pounds).
With any additional earnings, you earn accumulated on top.
Which has ill go over there is plenty to be attained.
However once you have collected the bonus and reached the dashboard.
They will ask for usage access to record your playtime.
But here’s where things get dicey.
Unlike legitimate money-making games.
I’ve found that games claiming to pay above industry average often don’t track your game time at all.
They simply don’t care.
At least that is the impression I have had from playing a ton of them.
So, this might just be a ploy to gather data from you.
If you’re concerned about privacy, best press X and skip playing.
How Does Wonder Time Work?
Continuing that trend of high rewards for completely no reason.
When and if you do grant permission, they’ll give you an additional 50,000 tokens (£4.50).
This is bizarre when compared to other legitimate apps that don’t reward access, especially not as much as £4.50.
The games they offer are enticing, with huge token amounts.
But one things for sure and that is the conversion seems off,.
Giving you the impression that you are earning a lot when it might not be the case.
Wonder Time gives the impression that serious money can be made just by downloading one of their partnered apps.
But I noticed something odd.
Unlike popular money-making apps like Misplay.
Wonder Time promotes early-access games, which seems suspicious.
I also noticed in other sections of the app that there are also bonuses for downloading multiple apps.
Like an additional 150,000 tokens (around £13.50) if you install two apps.
How to Withdraw Money Through Wonder Time
Here’s where things get even murkier.
As if they hadn’t got there already.
There’s no payment minimum threshold or cash-out button.
You’re simply told to play for two hours, then withdraw your money.
But how will they pay you?
I am sure users and myself would really appreciate it.
So if lets say you wanted PayPal.
You would have no clue if they support it.
This lack of clarity is another red flag.
Hinting that they just want you to download games to make money for themselves before you realize you might not get paid.
Wonder Time has obviously gone viral for a reason.
But after testing it myself, I had a disappointing experience.
The access to games was limited, the themes were money-oriented, and there was no concrete evidence of payouts.
The payment per task was almost 10 to 15 times the average amount paid by legitimate money-making apps, which doesn’t bode well for Wonder Time.
As there is a reason why so many apps pay users are set amount for completing a task.
That is because that is how much they can payout while also profiting from a business sense.
So since this is completely out of the window with Windsor Time.
It essentially means there is no hope of them paying out.
The adverts were also massively overhyped.
And I even noticed some photoshopping in their proof of withdrawals.
This lack of care in making the game look legitimate is a huge red flag.
We get it your not going to pay out.
I mean they could of at least made it more convincing.
So In the end, Wonder Time seems too good to be true, and we all know what that usually means.
But hey, that brings us to the end of this Wonder Time app review.
Got any questions? Leave them in the comments section below, and I’ll get back to you. Peace!