Sim, August 24, 2018
Basically, it’s a messaging and communication app that pays back users for using the app. They claim to share 70% of their revenue.
Many people went from using WhatsApp and/or Skype to only using WowApp. It’s a great app, with great features, that pay a little.
Share it with the ones you know, refer people and you’ll earn a few cents here and there. Heck, a few cents is more than what you’ll earn using Skype.
The app is owned by YouWowMe Limited and was founded by Thomas C. Knobel from NobelGlobe.
While you most likely won’t cash out anything soon, it’s a legit app that will pay you when the time comes.
It can be a great alternative to other apps such as WhatsApp. WowApp is mostly the same with the exception that it shares 70% of its revenues with the users.
Also, a percentage of your earnings is giving to charity. Which is great.
Buying credits (to call and text) on the app is a little more expensive than the other popular options.
Also, the 1$ +8% fees when cashing out makes it almost “impossible” to cash out your earnings. You won’t be making much, at best a couple of cents per day and that means you’ll have to use the app for a crazy long time before withdrawing anything, in cash that being said.
On your own, you won’t make enough. Which brings us to the next point: it’s mostly about getting referrals. Like many other sites where you only earn fractions of cents, even with tens of referrals you won’t earn much. If you plan making “good” money with this, you’ll absolutely need to refer hundreds if not thousands of people.
You won’t earn much. Unless you can refer a good bunch of people to the site, I’m not sure it’s worth joining.
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What’s your take on WowApp? Any other lookalike we should be aware of?