JustPlay App Review
- Name: JustPlay
- Developer: JustPlay GmbH
- Availability: Worldwide
- Price: Free (no purchase required)
- Minimum payout: N/A
- Overall Rating: 4/5
What Is JustPlay?
JustPlay is an Android application that pays you for playing games on your Android device.
The German company claims you can receive payments every 24-hour regardless of how much money you earned during that period.
This reward model makes JustPlay stand out from its competitors, such as MistPlay and Playsmart!
That’s awesome because you don’t need to reach the minimum payout threshold to get rewarded.
JustPlay has been installed over half a million times, but it doesn’t work in every country. So, check on Google Play and see if the app is available where you live. If you don’t find it, that’s because it isn’t.
How Does JustPlay Work?
JustPlay is only available for Android. There is an app for iOS with the same name, but it’s a different application.
After launching JustPlay, you must activate usage tracking so that the company can access the time you spend on each game.
Unlike most reward apps, you don’t need to create an account before you access the dashboard and start playing.
JustPlay gives you a welcome bonus of $5, but only when your cash balance reaches $25.
How to Earn Cash?
When you open JustPlay, you will see a list of casual games. Next, you need to tap “Play and Earn,” install the app and start playing!
The games currently available are Hexa Puzzle, Merge Blocks, Trivia Millions, Solitaire, Zen, and others.
Note there is a progress bar at the top, and you need to reach the goal to receive the cash.
The downside of JustPlay is that the point system is arbitrary. Therefore, you never know precisely how many coins you will earn per minute of gameplay.
Also, there is no specific coin-to-cash conversion rate. Therefore, the cash reward will decrease over time since there is a cap on the amount of money you can earn in each game.
You won’t get much money after you go beyond the target, and it will be almost impossible to reach $2.
For example, a player received $1.90 for reaching the goal of 2250 coins, but JustPlay only gave her an extra 9 cents once she made it to 8,500 coins.
It is not worth collecting more coins than you require since they will not pay you proportionally.
Earn More Coins
You can collect more coins by completing offers and watching videos. In the offer section, the most common activity involves installing mobile games and playing until you reach a certain level.
The problem with these offers is that you rely on third parties to receive the coins, and sometimes, they don’t pay you even if you fulfill all the requirements.
How Much Money Can You Earn?
As you already know, JustPlay has complete control over the amount of cash you will earn each day, but I noticed a similar pattern by reading the reviews on Google Play.
Many people said they made around $1.50 on their first day after reaching the goal. However, the cash reward dropped to just a few cents in the following days.
Some people report making $3 – 4 per day. So, it depends!
You can expect to earn over $10 in your first week but maybe less than $5 in the next one.
How Do You Get Paid?
You can cash out every 24 hours with the condition that you reach the daily goal.
Once the countdown is over, JustPlay will process the payment within 1 or 2 hours.
If you don’t accumulate enough coins, you need to keep playing and wait for the next countdown to get the money.
You can choose from the following payment options: PayPal, Amazon, Google Play, Walmart, and Target.
There is no payout threshold if you withdraw via Amazon and Walmart gift cards. However, there is a minimum balance requirement for the other payment methods.
For example, you need at least $2 to cash out with PayPal and $1 with Target.
JustPlay also allows users to donate their money to Clear Air Task Force, Doctors without Borders, and The Hunger Project.
Pros And Cons
- Cash out every 24 hours as long as you reach the goal.
- Fast payments.
- There is no payout threshold if you redeem Amazon and Walmart gift cards.
- The reward system is arbitrary. You never know how much money you will earn since there is no fixed conversion rate.
- The games are basic, and some people find them boring.
- Some people experience errors when trying to cash out.
- There are not many games available.