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Fitplay App Review: Make Money Playing Games! - Payment Proof

Updated: Sep 13

Hey everyone it's Vince here and welcome back to another post. Today I want to share my experience with a money making app called Fitplay. In this review i'll be exploring whether Fitplay is a legit app that pays you real money or if it's just another scam.

Is Fitplay Legit or a Scam?

The burning question on everyone's mind is whether Fitplay is a legitimate app or a scam. Based on my experience I can say that Fitplay is a legit app that offers real money rewards. I was skeptical at first considering the app's simple interface and limited options. Fitplay surprised me by actually paying out the rewards. That being said there are a few drawbacks to keep in mind, which I'll discuss further in this review.

How Fitplay Works

Fitplay is an app that allows you to earn money by using other popular apps and playing games on your mobile phone. The available apps may vary depending on your country. here in Australia Fitplay offered opportunities to earn credits by using TikTok and Current and the actual concept is simple you just have to use these apps through Fitplay and the app tracks your time and rewards you with credits.

Fitplay operates on a scaling reward system. Initially you earn credits for every minute you spend using the app. As you continue to use it, the reward intervals increase such as every 10 minutes or 20 minutes. It's worth noting that the increase in credits per interval is relatively small compared to the time so this means that the earning potential becomes slower as you progress.

Exploring Apps and Earning Credits

Fitplay provides a selection of apps and games for you to use and earn credits. When I started using Fitplay I was presented with around eight different apps to choose from. Interestingly the highest paying apps were featured prominently at the beginning while the rewards gradually decreased as I scrolled through the app's offerings. TikTok and Current were the apps that rewarded the most credits.

If you're unfamiliar with Current it's an app that pays you to listen to music, complete surveys and participate in offers. While Fitplay offers a variety of apps and games it's important to note that the options may be limited depending on your preferences and availability in your country.

Earning Potential and Cashout Process

Now, let's talk about the earning potential and the cashout process on Fitplay. The app uses a credit system, where you accumulate credits by using the recommended apps and games. The minimum cashout threshold is 4,999 credits, equivalent to 50 cents. To put it into perspective you would need 24,000 credits for $2.50, 47,000 credits for $5, 93,000 credits for $10, 138,000 credits for $15 and 180,000 credits for $20.

It's important to highlight that earning credits on Fitplay can be a slow and time consuming process. It took me nearly eight hours to reach a one dollar cashout. This slow earning potential can be discouraging especially considering the high number of downloads the app has received. Fitplay has over a million downloads which indicates its popularity but also highlights the need to manage expectations when it comes to earnings.

Fitplay also offers Apple gift cards for Apple product users, with a minimum cashout of $10 (equivalent to 93,000 credits). When cashing out, Fitplay requires face verification, similar to other apps developed by the same creators, such as App Flame and CashMagnet. Although it's not ideal to provide face verification, Fitplay did deposit the money into my PayPal account after one day of waiting, which was a pleasant surprise.

Final Thoughts and Recommendations

In conclusion, Fitplay is a legitimate app that rewards users with real money. However, there are some caveats to consider. The app's slow earning potential and limited app options can make it less appealing to users seeking substantial earnings. Fitplay seems to work best for those who enjoy using TikTok and Current, as these apps offer higher credit rewards.

While Fitplay does pay out, I believe there are better alternatives available from the same developers, such as App Flame or CashMagnet. These alternatives provide a more efficient way to earn money compared to Fitplay's slower reward system.



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