Search for anything

Scavenge your bliss

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Most Common Passive Beermoney apps

Extensive comparison for beermoney apps

Link to original post

A lot of people are starting to request a revamp of this post since there have been a lot of changes, and there are now quite a few additions to this list. In case you missed my previous posting of the passive apps comparison, you can check it out here, even though it's not really relevant anymore since this one is more up to date.
I will be making a very similar post as the previous one that will provide more information about these different passive video apps. I won't be telling you for certain where you should be putting your devices. Even though one app might pay more than the others, that doesn't necessarily mean you will read this post and think that you should be putting your devices on that app. They all have certain benefits than the others. Let's just begin :).
In this comparison, I will now be rating apps based on their referral systems. Even though I absolutely hate the general concept of referrals, I will still be including the info since a lot of people like referrals.


Perk is known as being the 'original passive app'. With the release of Perk TV, several people have been paid thousands of dollars for running ads on their devices. Even though Perk seems to be the most original and classic, is it really the best?
Pros of Perk
  • There are a lot of different apps you can run.
  • Lots of rewards options.
  • Quick payouts (Instant PayPal, Instant Perk Plastik)
Cons of Perk
  • PayPal (not instant) has massive fees.
  • Rules are very unclear.
  • Constant decrease in payouts.

Perk's rating

SpecificationRating (out of 5 stars)
Minimum Cash Out★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Referral Program★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
Ease of Earning★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
Reward Processing Speed★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Amount You Make★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
Minimum Cashout: $0.25 for Amazon Gift Cards. $5 for non instant PayPal, $0.50 for instant PayPal, $1 for Perk Plastik.
Referral Program: "Get up to 500 points for every qualified referral when they redeem for their first reward". This type of referral program is good for Perk because they don't have to pay out more over time like some other apps do. For the referring user, this isn't too great. It basically gives you a $0.50 boost when your referral redeems for their first time. If they redeem for a $5 amazon gift card, that's essentially a 10% commission, but the amount you make does not increase as they continue to cash out. $0.50 is the most you will ever earn from a referral on Perk.
Ease of Earning: The amount of passiveness totally depends on which perk app you are using. If you're watching ads on Unlock and Win or Rewards Reader, or something like that, you'll find it isn't really passive at all.. You'll watch a couple ads and then that's it and you'll have to tap again. Apps like Word Search, Perk TV, Perk TV LIVE, and Pop Quiz are all more passive and can run for much longer. From my experience, Perk TV LIVE runs the longest of all the Perk apps.
Reward Processing Speed: 1-3 days (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) for gift cards and non instant PayPal. Instant for Perk Plastik and instant PayPal.
Amount You Make: Despite my remarks above stating that Perk continually lowers Payouts, you can still make a fair amount with Perk. Depending on the amount of devices you use, you can make anywhere up to $15 per day (burt don't go over $15 or the panda will bend over and shit on you). I actually wanted to leave this bit in because I find it humurous, but also crazy just how inaccurate this is now. 10 months ago the fact that you could earn $15 a day is great. Now you could use the supposed maximum amount of devices on Perk and walk away with maybe a couple dollars a day. The average earnings per video is actually still quite accurate. Average per video: $0.0012.

Overall Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆


Pros of CheckPoints
  • Helpful support.
  • Lots of reward options.
  • Low cashout minimum.
  • 10 Devices per account.
Cons of CheckPoints
  • Low payouts as fuck
  • Paypal has fees, but at least they have paypal now!

CheckPoints' Rating

SpecificationRating (out of 5 stars)
Minimum Cash Out★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Referrals★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
Ease of Earning★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
Reward Processing Speed★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
Amount You Make★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
Minimum cashout: $1 is the low minimum for Amazon gift cards. PayPal has a $5 PayPal.
Referrals: Checkpoints has a pretty cool referral system. They offer a 100% referral bonus for the first 2 weeks after your referrals sign up. That's pretty great because if your referral does a lot of earnings, you could earn quite a bit. The maximum is 7500, I believe. In the long run, that might end up making you less, but that bonus is still nice, especially since most of your referrals won't even be active after the second week.
Ease of Earning: 10 devices per account. What, is it a shittily 1 point per 6 videos now? Jesus that's bad, but the good news here is that Checkpoints is very passive. It runs well on the older devices, and you'll probably find it to run for quite a long time.
Reward Processing Speed: Sometimes your account will get 'flagged' for some reason... I get flagged about 1 in 10 cashouts I make with checkpoints, and I have to wait 1-3 days till I get paid (which is still quick). Some cashouts take quite a while to get sent more recently.
Amount you make: This is where Checkpoints loses a lot of its.. points. Checkpoints is known for having the lowest payouts. With one device running 24/7 you can expect to make less than a dollar per day (That was from the previous post. You'll probably make less than $0.50 a day per device at this point). It says there is a limit of 500 points per day per account. If this is true then you know you'r limit is less than $2 per day. Not very appetizing. Amount per video: it's hard to predict, but after considering that some of the videos are several minutes long, don't expect to make more than $0.0003 per video.

Overall rating: ★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆

Charger Pay Cake

I want to emphasize that as of posting time, nobody has been paid by cake, even though the month has gone by. I highly advise you do some research to see if they are paying out before jumping in yourself. I'm only adding this to the list because some people are still using it even though there's no payment proof.
Pros of Charger Pay Cake
  • Pays you even if there are no ads.
Cons of Charger Pay Cake
  • Takes a long time to receive payments.
  • Might not get paid?
  • Crashes often

Charger Pays' Cake's Rating

SpecificationRating (out of 5 stars)
Minimum Cash Out★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
Referrals★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
Ease of Earning★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆
Reward Processing Speed★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
Amount You Make★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
Minimum Cash Out: $5. It's more than the competitors, but it's not as high as some other things found around /r/beermoney, but it's nothing amazing.
Referrals: There is no referral system. No big deal. I'm fine with it. It won't affect the overall rating of Cake.
Ease of Earning: App constantly stops working, and doesn't pay very much in the first place.
Reward Processing Speed: Ummm. Supposedly 1 month? Maybe you won't get paid though?
Amount You Make: This app does not pay very well. At all. If an ad pops up you will get 3-10 points. 100,000 points = $5. Do the math. You're making almost nothing. Even if there are no ads playing, you will make around 1 point per minute without an ad.

Overall Rating: ★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆

SBTV (All the Swagbucks Video Apps)

Pros of SBTV
  • Pays rather well.
  • Links with your Swagbucks Account, so while the videos should not be your primary earning source (anymore, at least), it does go into the mix of all your Swagbucks earnings.
Cons of SBTV
  • Strict Point Limits
  • Hardly passive now that the limits are so low.

SBTV's Rating

SpecificationRating (out of 5 stars)
Minimum Cash Out★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
Referrals★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Ease of Earning★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
Reward Processing Speed★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
Amount You Make★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
Minimum Cash Out: $2 for Ebay, $5 for other gift cards. $25 for PayPal.
Referrals: Swagbucks has a general referral system where you earn 10% of your referral earnings. That's a pretty great referral system because if your referral earns $1000 with swagbucks, you'll make $100.
Ease of Earning: It's not hard to tap 'watch' and the app will just run for a while. It's easy to earn Swagbucks with the apps. The only thing that makes earning hard is that there is a limit of 10 SB per day per app. ($0.10). That's terrible. There is, however, a chance that you will get a bonus for the day and the limit for a certain app can be raised.
Reward Processing Speed: A very average pay time. They say up to a week. Some people say pay takes about that long. Others say it takes a matter of maybe a day or two at most.
Amount You Make: The average seems to be about $0.02 per 10-15 videos. So you should be making about $0.0013 per video. It doesn't really matter though because in theory the most you can make is $0.60 per day (though you will usually earn more).

Overall Rating: ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆


Pros of YooLotto
  • A very simplistic video app.
  • Custom PayPal cash outs.
  • Low minimum.
  • Unlimited Devices.
Cons of YooLotto
  • Low payouts (Ad time to pay out ratio is incredibly low).
  • Takes a long time to get paid for some people.

YooLotto's Rating

SpecificationRating (out of 5 stars)
Minimum Cash Out★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Referrals★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
Ease of Earning★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆
Reward Processing Speed★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
Amount You Make★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆
Minimum Cash Out: $1. They offer PayPal and gift cards. PayPal is custom, so if you make $11.32, you get paid $11.32.
Referrals: YooLotto has a pretty standard referral system... but it is a bit confusing. You'll make 10% of your referrals earnings, but it isn't permentant. For a lot of months now, it has been earn 10% through January of 2018. Hopefully they'll push it back to 2019 and so on once it gets closer, because as time goes on, you'll have reduced referral earnings if they don't change it. That's where it loses 1 star.
Ease of Earning: Earnings are really nice on this app.. If you can get ads. It can be totally hit or miss. Today there are nonstop ads playing one after another. Tomorrow you could get 'could not find ad'. In addition, even if there are a ton of ads, the app does seem to crash rather frequently, or the ads will stop playing eventually. I decided to leave this bit in since the last time I reviewed YooLotto. I'm actually leaving a lot of things up about YooLotto since there are a lot of changes, and I want to make these changes clear. Earning with YooLotto isn't difficult per se, but it has gotten a bit harder. The app still crashes, but they have made that a lot better so most people will claim it will run for quite a while (maybe 12-24 hours). The issue is that the app is still glitchy, and there is uncertainty when it comes to earning. It isn't a set payout, like $0.0001 per ad (if anything it is less than that). You could run the app for 40 minutes, see loads of ads, and then restart the app and notice your balance has not changed. Really the app does seem poorly coded (points wise), and with YooRewards coming out soon, I really hope they fix the issues... but from what I've seen in beta, the app is basically a copy and paste of YooLotto without the lottery/games. It makes me a bit sad that they aren't making additional changes, but the app has not been released yet. Depending on when you're reading this, YooRewards might be released, and it might be better than YooLotto, but for now it is the same.
Reward Processing Speed: All of my Payments have been sent within 1 day. That's no instant payments, but that's pretty damn good. YooLotto is probably a 2-3 day average, but I have waited as long as 5-10 days in more recent times.
Amount You Make: YooLotto pays you $0.01 per every 7 ads you watch. Amount per video: $0.0014. From time to time (like just last week they had a 50% bonus on your cash outs). In this case you'll make $0.0021 per video. The amount you make has to be reduced due to ad unavailability and the crashes. Oh my... how things have changed :(. YooLotto's rate per ads have become more unclear than the rules of Perk. Some people say you'll get paid 1 in every 30 ads you watch (which is painfully low). It makes sense that they will pay less for the static/banner ads, but I could swear I have seen 30 second video ads greater than 7 times in a row, and I restarted the app and I did not earn 1 YB. Really the reason they said they reduced it to begin with is because of the 15 second video ads and that they didn't get paid as much. I'm thinking that might be an excuse to a larger reason (greed). Despite the insane number of ads you have to watch before you get paid, YL doesn't have filler videos at all. All you will see is ads, or spinning circles looking for ads. This doesn't really benefit you, but it certainly does make YL more.

Overall Rating: ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆

Rewardable TV

Pros of Rewardable TV
  • High payout per ad
Cons of Rewardable TV
  • $10 minimum.
  • Slow payouts.

Rewardable TV's Rating

SpecificationRating (out of 5 stars)
Minimum Cash Out★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆
Referrals★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
Ease of Earning★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Reward Processing Speed★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
Amount You Make★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Minimum Cash Out: $10. It's a bit steep, but the app really makes up for it in other ways.
Referrals: "Give your friends a $0.50 bonus on their first task with your promo code. You'll get a 10% bonus of their earnings for 20 days. Everyone wins." Whew this is pretty bad. Only 10%... only 20 days? Jeez. The $0.50 bonus is good for the referral though.
Ease of Earning: You can really earn with ease with this app. The app runs for hours for most people, and the videos run great.
Reward Processing Speed: They used to take about a month to pay... now it looks like they're down to about 2 weeks. It's still shit.
Amount You Make: This is where the app really takes it and runs. You can expect to earn about $0.003 per video - the highest we have seen! Similarly to YooLotto, there are much less of the filler content. They do have some filler content, such as about 10 seconds of gifs after an ad, but the payouts are still very high, all things considered.

Overall Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆

MyPoints TV

Pros of MyPoints TV
  • Familiar to SBTV users
Cons of MyPoints TV
  • Very limited earnings

MyPoints TV's Rating

SpecificationRating (out of 5 stars)
Minimum Cash Out★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
Referrals★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Ease of Earning★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
Reward Processing Speed★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
Amount You make★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
Minimum Cash Out: Before I say anything, I want to say that the information about this app is probably very inaccurate. Any comments correcting me would be greatly appreciated. I believe the minimum cash out is $5. Nothing special. Very average.
Referrals: The referral system is the same as Swagbucks (please correct me if this is wrong. I don't use MyPoints). 10% for life.
Ease of Earning: This app is just like SBTV. Almost the exact same. Earning is easy, but the daily limit is just as strict as SBTV's. You won't make very much per day with this.
Reward Processing Speed: I have never cashed out, so again, no experience. I'm guessing their processing speed is similar to swagbucks, so possibly 2-3 days. Please feel free to comment additional information.
Amount You make: The rates are probably the same as SBTV (above), but you are limited to $0.10 per day (I'm guessing that's what the conversion is). You won't make very much with this app.

Overall Rating: ★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆


VideoLab is a passive earner found on OfferToro. You can complete Videolabs mobile, which can be found on the mobile version of the wall, or texted directly to you from the desktop wall.
Pros of VideoLab
  • Found on OfferToro on most GPT sites (can be completed on Mobile or Desktop)
  • Instant deposit into your balance.
Cons of VideoLab
  • Ad availability is inconsistent.
  • Only one device.

VideoLab's Rating

SpecificationRating (out of 5 stars)
Minimum Cash OutN/A
Ease of Earning★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
Reward Processing SpeedN/A
Amount You make★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
Minimum Cash Out: The minimum cashout technically could be said to be $0.01ish, but the actual minimum cash out depends on the site/app you're completing this on.
Referrals: This depends on the site/app you're completing this on.
Ease of Earning: There is a huge inconsistency with this one. You'll probably have to fix it because something will stop working, but it is simple enough that you can tap to fetch the videos, and after 12 minutes you'll get credit.
Reward Processing Speed: N/A. Depends on the site you complete it on.
Amount You make: There are a few factors to consider here. It depends on 1) Where you complete the offer (different sites have different payouts), and 2) How many ads are available for you. 12 Minutes can take 12 minutes, or it can take 30 minutes if you run into a hole in the sites you can visit. I've found an average of 20 minutes for each completion. On average, I will get it to run (without requiring a total reset of the offer) for roughly 12-24 hours). As of the time of this post, the best site to complete this offer is on Earnhoney, with a high $0.01.4 payout per completion. If you want to do the math, completing this for 24 hours on earnhoney with a rate of 20 minutes for each, you'll be able to earn $1.008 each day on one device. That's pretty decent, but the downfall here is that you are limited to one device for this. I am pretty sure it is per IP address. If you start earning on another site or device, it will cancel the offer and take over on the new device. Nonetheless, VideoLab is a great use of one device if you have one laying around. I'll actually recommend you run it on mobile rather than on a computer because a computer has better options (in my opinion).

Overall Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆


Pros of Earnhoney
  • Goes into your balance.
  • High Payouts (in general).
Cons of Earnhoney
  • Ad availability is inconsistent, especially for mobile.

Earnhoney's Rating

SpecificationRating (out of 5 stars)
Minimum Cash Out★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
Referrals★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Ease of Earning★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
Reward Processing Speed★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
Amount You make★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
Minimum Cash Out: The minimum cashout is $5 to Amazon or PayPal. This is average.
Referrals: 10% for life, unless you're lucky enough to get enough referrals to make 15% (you need thousands of referrals).
Ease of Earning: Videos will play between ads. After each ad you will earn an average of $0.003 (match of Rewardable). The issue with Earnhoney is that there are not as many ads available in comparison to most other apps. You could go hours without seeing a single ad, and you'll just be watching ~1 minute long videos for hours while making nothing (in my case I never get ads on TVGlee. I'm not even lying, I've never seen a single ad on that app). The bonus here is that the app runs for a long time.. just as long as you don't get stuck on a play button, which is probably going to happen eventually.
Reward Processing Speed: "Redemptions will be paid out on Mondays and Fridays. Submissions between Friday to Monday will be delivered on the following Friday. Submissions between Tuesday to Thursday will be delivered on the following Monday." Not impressive.
Amount You make: Everything depends on whether or not you're getting ads (obviously). The payouts are fairly high, but this app has a lot of variables.

Overall Rating: ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆


Pros of EngagemeTV
  • Found on Adscend on most GPT sites (can be completed on Mobile or Desktop, there is an app now).
  • Instant deposit into your balance.
Cons of EngagemeTV
  • Ad availability is inconsistent.

EnagemeTV's Rating

SpecificationRating (out of 5 stars)
Minimum Cash OutN/A
Ease of Earning★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
Reward Processing SpeedN/A
Amount You make★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Minimum Cash Out: N/A, depends on the site/app you're completing it on. If you're using the app you'll get paid for every 6 ads you watch (as of posting they have a promotion where you'll get paid for every video you watch, not ads, so the ad count doesn't matter. Depending on when you're reading this, the promotion is long over). If you're watching on the mobile site or desktop site, you'll get credited instantly after 3 ad views.
Referrals: N/A. Depends on the site/app you complete it on.
Ease of Earning: EngagemeTV has really come a long way. You'll get the app, mobile site, or desktop site to run for quite a long time without auto refresher. According to engagemeTV, they're actually starting to disallow the use of the autorefreshers becuause they have fixed their issues so much. Just because it will run for a long time, it does not necessarily mean you will earn a lot because there may not be any ads available.
Reward Processing Speed: N/A. Depends on the site/app you're using.
Amount You make: This depends on where you are completing the offer. As of posting, Earnably has the highest payouts for this, at ~$0.01 for each completion. On the mobile site/desktop site you'll earn $0.0033 for each ad you watch (a minute (average) between each ad). This is the highest payout for any site. On the app, you'll find slightly reduced earnings, at roughly $0.00165 for each ad you watch. This is still on the higher end, but there are much better alternatives if you're looking for high payouts. There are still some major advantages to using EngagemeTV.

Overall Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

App Trailers

Pros of App Trailers
  • Instant PayPal (max $2 per day).
  • Instant deposits into Perk Balance (might be a con for some people).
Cons of App Trailers
  • "Are you still watching?" Frequently.
  • Payouts decrease over the day.

App Trailers' Rating

SpecificationRating (out of 5 stars)
Minimum Cash Out★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Referrals★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆
Ease of Earning★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
Reward Processing Speed★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Amount You make★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
Minimum Cash Out: Currently android there is not a full Perk integration, so there's still options to cash out on App Trailers, or move your points over to Perk. If you choose to cash out through app trailers, you can get PayPal or gift cards at $1 or $0.50, but might as well move the points over to Perk. You can use App Trailers to get instant PayPal with your perk balance.
Referrals: The referrals program is kinda double here. Once App Trailers switches over to become 100% perk, it is safe to assume that the referral program that app trailers has will go away and become the same one as Perk.
Ease of Earning: If you tap to watch a video playlist, you'll be able to watch passively for a short period of time. Generally less than an hour, depending on how fast you're able to go. This is technically passive, but really you'll have to babysit.
Reward Processing Speed: Same as Perk.
Amount You make: At first you'll probably rake in roughly 7 points per video you watch (prior to the videos you will have to watch ads, usually 2-3). Each video will probably take a couple minutes to get through. As time goes on you'll see the number decrease. Now it might be 7. In 30 minutes it might be 6.. Then 5, 4, 3.. and eventually you'll realize it is best to just put your phone on something else.

Overall Rating: ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆


I wrote a pretty long post about Adfun here. I still agree with a lot of what I said.
Pros of AdFun
  • The app runs really great. I'd say if you check on it once every 24 hours, that will be enough.
  • At least they have amazon as a cashout option.
Cons of AdFun
  • Terrible Support
  • 10-20 days to get paid
  • High $25 minimum
  • Amazon has fees
  • No PayPal

AdFun's rating

SpecificationRating (out of 5 stars)
Minimum Cash Out★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
Referrals★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
Ease of Earning★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Reward Processing Speed★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
Amount You make★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
Minimum Cash Out: The minimum is $25 for a gift card. It's less than impressive.
Referrals: Does Adfun have a referral system? I think there's a sign up bonus, but would love to find something on this.
Reward Processing Speed: 10-20 days.
Ease of Earning: The one good thing this app has going for it is how long it can run unattended. From my experience, the app will run without crashing or getting stuck on any x out ads for 12-24 hours. Depending on your device you could find it running longer than 24 hours, but it might be best to at least reset it every day.
Amount You Make: Each ad is 15-30 seconds long. Each ad pays out 8 tokens on channel 1. Average is about 22 seconds each. The video after the ad plays is 15 seconds long. After the video, there is a 5 second cooldown. Also factor in ~7 seconds for loading of each ad. That brings the total for 8 tokens to 49 seconds. You will be able to earn 5 tokens roughly 73 times an hour (365 an hour). To put this in perspective, your phone will have to run this app for 410 hours (17 days) in order to hit the $25 minimum. This is also considering that the app runs without pauses, and also assuming you get an ad each time. I'd say you will actually only get an ad around 20-40% of the time, so that's probably closer to 29 days. It's about 33.5 days if you want amazon.

Overall Rating: ★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆

Inbox Dollars

I put this at the bottom because I know least about it and the information here is pretty likely to be inaccurate. Hopefully not too many people made it this far down the list and got bored along the way. Since you are reading this, please realize that the information might not be 100% accurate. If you wish to correct my errors, please leave a comment. It's greatly appreciated.
Pros of Inbox Dollars
  • High payout per video
Cons of Inbox Dollars
  • No paypal (Check only).
  • $20 minimum
  • $0.50 per day limit
  • "Are you still watching?"

Inbox Dollars' Rating

SpecificationRating (out of 5 stars)
Minimum Cash Out★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
Referrals★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Ease of Earning★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆
Reward Processing Speed★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
Amount You make★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆
Minimum Cash Out: You'll have to reach $20 in order to redeem for a check. Not convenient at all.
Referrals: 10% of your referral earnings for life. Pretty good!
Ease of Earning: You'll have to do quite a bit of babysitting here. There are AYSW popups from time to time, and the app freezes quite a bit. Combine this with the $0.50/day limit and you'll find inbox dollars to be quite a hassle.
Reward Processing Speed: It must be slow if you're going to have to wait for a check in the mail. Even if they send the check the moment you request it, you'll have to wait probably 3-5 days until you actually see any money.
Amount You make: It looks like you'll earn $0.01 for every 5 videos you watch, so you'll make $0.002 for each video you watch. There are a few hidden bonuses in there, but the most you can make in a day is $0.50 from videos. To reach the minimum of $20, you'll have to earn for 40 days at the very least. That might not be too worth it IMO. Couple all this with AYSWs and you'll probably just want to skip Inbox Dollars.

Overall Rating: ★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆


There is no TL;DR for this post. Sorry. Feel free to read all 30702 characters this post is for the most information, or just read about the apps that you are interested in knowing more about.
Which app do I recommend for you? That's really a hard question to answer. If you prefer fast payments, go with one of the instant paying apps. If you like to get paid more, find one that pays a lot. Here's my recommendations based on the devices you have.
If you have a farm of just one phone: I recommend you use EngagemeTV or VideoLab. These both pay out decent amounts, but you're not limited to the power of your device. Most of the site you'll find EngagemeTV or VideoLab on will have other ways to earn, so even if you're making less than a dollar a day from your one phone, you'll still be able to just add that on top of your other earnings from the site.
If you have a farm of 2-5 phones: If you have a small farm, you might want to just put them all on one app. Maybe have all 5 devices running Perk, or some of the apps that have low minimum cash outs. You'll be able to reach the minimum eventually on 2-5 phones, but if you pick to run an app that has a high minimum, you might get tired of your small farm not earning enough and never even make enough to cash out.
If you have a farm of 6-10 phones: You might want to split your devices a bit. I'd pick two of your favorite apps to spread out a bit. Maybe you'll want to put all the phones on one thing so you're able to get a steady flow going. At this size of a farm, you might want to start looking to see what different apps have different device limits.
If you have a farm of 11-20 phones: You really will want to spread your phones out. At this point you should probably just look for the apps that will earn you the most regardless of the minimum cash outs. Your phones should be able to earn fast enough to reach even a $25 minimum quickly, but it would still be recommended you try different things.
If you have a farm of >20 phones: Try everything. You have enough phones to run every app on this list, and some of them on more than one device. If one app goes under, you'll be able to feel safe to know that you can rely on the others. The only apps that currently have "unlimited" devices are YooLotto(YooRewards) and Adfun (limit 1 account per device, one device per account. Gift tokens to use multiple devices).

I hope this guide was helpful. The now 31000+ characters or 5,800+ words I typed. This took me a very long time. I couldn't do too much proof reading, so please feel free to send me a PM if you have any edits I should do. I know there is quite a bit of uncertainty.
Post a Comment