AppFlame is an app that claims to pay you to play games on your phone however how true is that, you are about to find out.
Personally I have tried many apps like AppFlame so I had an idea of what to expect however while checking them out I found 1 or 2 things you should probably know especially if you are interested in downloading the app.
So without further ado lets get right into it
Appflame Review Summary
What Are They?:
Making Money App
What Is AppFlame?
AppFlame is an app that like I mentioned pays you to play games, you will be required to install various apps on your phone and play them for an amount of time.
They are owned by the same company that made the apps MistPlay, Applike and Fitplay. What is interesting is that all three apps were released on different dates however have many similar characteristics between them
Anyway this app was released last year back in June 2018 and has managed to reach over 1 million installs. I have seen them on many ads so it seems this app is being highly promoted at the moment.
How Does AppFlame Work?
You can get the app on your Android phone and from the Google Play Store which at the moment seems to be the only platform its available on. You also get 5,555 points as a sign up bonus once you have made an account, this is just under half the amount needed to withdraw.
Once you have an account set up then you are good to go and make money. You will find a few games available to you on the dashboard which you can install on your phone and play.
How it works is for every minute you will earn a set amount of coins, what coins you get depends on the app. For e.g one app will pay 44 coins, one may pay 110, another may pay 70 coins it depends.
There is a star system which goes from 1 to 4, the higher the stars the more money you can make.
Each minute you pay that amount of coins will be credited for your account. There is a slight catch and that is the longer you play the app the reward does get lower.
So if you get 44 coins for 1 minute, the next minute may be 42 or something like that. Eventually the payout will get so low that it won't be worth playing it, this encourages users to download other games.
Get Paid To Refer Others
It seems like most apps have this nowadays but AppFlame just like Applike as a referral program where users can make 250 Mcoins every time someone joins through your link.
On top of this you can also get 25% of all your referral earnings for life and same goes for your friend who will get the same cut on what you make using AppFlame. This is good and very generous as I have found many apps and sites have paid out that much. Even a similar reward site Swagbucks pays only 15% of your referrals earnings.
How Do You Get Paid?
The amount needed in order to withdraw and also the payout options depends on your location. For me and since I am in the UK I was given payouts in UK Sterling Pounds.
The threshold is £0.50 and requires you to have 12,669 Mcoins in order to redeem. You can redeem rewards from PayPal and popular retailers like Amazon, Steam, iTunes, Pizza Express, Starbucks, TX Maxx and Zalando. Payoust range from £0.50 to £50 with the larger priced rewards requiring more mcoins.
The AppFlame Positives and Negatives
The 'Good' Stuff
1. Good Referral Program
When I review making money opportunities I like to keep an eye out for whether or not they have a referral program as these can normally offer a good way to make a passive income.
this program comes with earning potential as you can earn a fixed amount and percentage of earnings for your referrals.
2. Simple Concept
Another thing I found while checking them out is how easy the app is to work. The sign up process is easy and only takes you a few minutes to earn.
As well as that making money is simple as you just have to download apps, launch them and play them. It doesn't get much simpler than that.
3 Low Threshold
Which an opportunity that pays cents its good to see that they have a threshold that is very low and easy to reach. As you get 5,555 points straight off the bat this makes reaching a payout easy and you could request a payment within an hour or so from downloading them.
The 'Not So Good' Stuff
1. Not A Reliable Income Source
This goes without question but this app is not a good source of income and this boils down to many reasons, firstly the income is very low also it is an app targeting users who are looking to get paid to try out games.
Just like all the other apps like this one you won't be making lots of money any time soon so if that is your intention I would check out my full-time income recommendation.
2. Questions Over Reputation
From what I have seen it looks like overall most people are having success with AppFlame, this can't be said for Applike and Fitplay which many people complained about not receiving payments.
In fact a while a go I had to go back and edit my Applike review as I initially gave them a positive review however they didn't give me the reward I requested and also out of the blue stopped my account.
I wasn't the only one having this issue and this put me off all of these apps as it seems there is no guarantee that you will get paid, they do make that clear in the small print though.
3. Currency Is Hard To Understand
One thing that is hard to grasp is the currency, once you have converted the currency its hard to understand how much each Mcoin is worth. Most other apps would pay out at rounded numbers so that users have an idea of how much each coin/point is worth.
For e.g for a $1 reward a platform may require you to earn 100 points. In this case you need 12669 coins for $1 which is quite confusing. This means that for this reward for roughly every 126 points it is worth £0.01. The amount of points and the rewards do depend on your region,
Is AppFlame Legit?
At the moment it looks like Appflame is not a scam and a legitimate app as there are a number of people getting paid with them. I would still be careful with this app and if the last apps are anything to go then there are no guarantees you will make money with it.
If anything pops up with AppFlame I will come back and update the app as they are still fairly new having been on the app store for the less than a year.
My 'Worth It' Rating