App Flame

What is App Flame? 

App Flame is an app that pays you to install and play different games on your Android device.

Whenever you install and play a game, you will earn points called mCoins, which you can redeem for gift cards and PayPal once you reach the minimum payout.


Is App Flame a Scam? 

Even though I noticed many complaints against App Flame on the review section of the Play Store, I have no proof to call it a scam.

Some people face difficulties in earning the right number of points or cashing out their balance.

However, it’s important to understand there is no guarantee you will collect or cash out the right number of points.

I know this because the “Terms of Use” states the following:

The Provider does not guarantee the user any winnings. In particular, the user has no right to the payout of a certain award. 

The “terms of use” also mentions the provider can change the number of coins that can be generated per app at any time without stating reasons.

So, if you want to use App Flame to discover new games and have fun, do so without any expectations that you will earn a decent amount of money.

The pay rate is low, and there are no guarantees.


Pros and Cons


  • It’s an easy way to earn some money.
  • The minimum payout is only £0.50 (in the UK).
  • Earn 5555 mCoins as a signup bonus.
  • Generous referral program.
  • It’s available worldwide.


  • Extremely low-income potential.
  • Earnings are not guaranteed.
  • There are not many games available.
  • Only for Android.
  • There are many negative user reviews found in the Google play store.


How Does App Flame Work?

After installing the app, you have the option to sign up with your email or Facebook account.

Also, you have to grant App Flame access to your usage data so they can detect your playtime.

Right of the bat, you will earn 5555 mCoins as a signup bonus, which will help you reach your first payout quickly.

Next, you will see a list of games that you can install and start playing.

Different from Applike, App Flame displays the number of coins that you will get per minute of gameplay.

So, after playing a game called Coin Master it for around 5 minutes, I earned 2677 mCoins.

In the UK, we need 12669 Coins to redeem for £1. So, in this case, I made £0.20 by playing 6 minutes, which is not bad!

Now, that doesn’t mean if I play for 1 hour I will make £2!

You see, the longer you play a game, the fewer coins you will earn for paying that particular game.

Here is what a user has to say about this:

testimonial app flame

So, eventually, it will take hours of gameplay for you to receive the same amount of coins you used to for playing 5-10 minutes in the beginning.

This continuous drop in revenue will force you to download and start playing another game, which is exactly what they want.

The reason for that is probably because App Flames is getting paid a limited amount of money per game that users try.


Referral Program

App Flame has a very generous referral program, which benefits both you and your referral at the same time.

You will get 250 points for every friend that you invite plus 25% of all their earnings. Not only that, but your friend will also earn 25% of all the coins you collect.

All you have to do is click the red button “Invite” to send your QR code to all the people you want or click on the blue button to share via Facebook.



Once you’ve reached the minimum payout requirement, you can redeem your points via Paypal, and various gift cards from your favourite brands like Amazon, Steam, iTunes, Starbucks, TK Maxx, and more!

The minimum amount of you can redeem in the UK is 6399 Coins for £0.50 (PayPal).



App Flames has an outstanding reputation on the Google play store, with 4.5 stars out of 5.

However, if you check all the reviews, you will also notice many unhappy users.

Here are some of the complaints that I found:

  • It doesn’t give the points as advertised.
  • It only gives credit for the latest game installed.
  • The coins per minute significantly drop after some time.
  • There are not many games.
  • Locked accounts.