Sim, August 1, 2018
Review of : Qriket.com
Use : Soft gambling app
It’s an app you can try to make money from. Basically, all you have to do is watch ads to get spins, then pick a color (either blue or yellow) and spin the wheel.
You can earn anywhere from 5 cents to 500$. It’s really simple.
How does it work? Well, the app owners get paid every time one of their users watches an ad and/or click on it. They then share a part of that money with the users.
While it’s a “fun” and super easy way to earn some spending money, is it really worth your time? That’s what I’ll be covering in this review.
It’s a legit app. If you ever reach the 25$ threshold, you’ll get your money through PayPal, under a couple of weeks usually.
It’s super, super simple and I must admit, more enjoyable than other apps and websites like it.
THE thing I like the most about it is that it’s a young company, created by young guys from Canada (where I’m from) and they are more active on social medias, especially Twitter, than most of the others I’ve seen.
They also have a live event called Qriket live. Kinda fun and you can win even more money by participating in live events with people from around the world. How it works is that you pick one of the two colors and you go through multiple rounds of spins and try to get as far as possible to win the grand prize.
THE thing I hate the most is that you clearly don’t have 1/2 chance of winning like they let you think with their blue/yellow system. It’s true what some users said about the app being “rigged” in the code so that you only win when there’s something to be won. They make money from advertisers so it’s only normal to think that they’re aren’t going to take the chance to go bankrupt if too many people are lucky enough at the same time right?
So, yes you have to be lucky, but not in the way they let you think. I think it’s a timing question and that you have higher chances of winning something if they generated enough money from other people approximately at the same time.
Also, there are so many other apps and websites that pay you for watching ads, directly. With Qriket, you watch ads, get free spins and hope to make some money. With the sites and apps I’m talking about, you watch ads and get paid, that’s it. Yes, I understand it’s fairly funnier the Qriket’s way, but it’s not the most effective when talking about time investment.
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You can also participate in Qriket live events to win prizes and there’s a challenge option you can try, where you play against other players. You decide how much you want to play for (kinda like in Mario Party when you challenge someone) and wait for the app to find a match.
It always changes. Since the first time I heard about Qriket, they went from 1$ per referral to 0.25$, 25 free spins and now it’s 10 free spins.
I read in this article that they’re looking to grow slowly and it might have been a problem for them that too much people started using the app quickly. It might be for that same reason that they’re no longer offering high incentives to refer people.
Well, it’s free so you won’t waste any money. Lucky you. But, you still are going to waste some time on it.
There are only two ways to get additional spins:
So basically, you’ll be watching ads (between 5 seconds to a minute each) to get a couple of free spins every couple of hours.
I haven’t had much luck. I’ve used the app for about 2 months and never even reached the 25$ withdrawal threshold. I kind of abandoned the “game” because at some point I think it’s gently rigged.
I honestly think it doesn’t matter what color you chose, you’ll only end up winning once they’ve made enough money from all of their users viewing ads.
I always pick the same color (blue) and most of time never win anything. They let you think you got 1/2 chance of winning, but I don’t think it works like that.
Would probably give it another shot if I find some sort of a pattern in the hours where you spin.
What’s your take on Qriket? Any good luck?