AppBounty Android

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AppBounty is an application for Android that lets you get rewards to redeem on Google Play or Amazon just for downloading and trying apps on your smartphone


Try applications and get rewards for it

May 28, 2021
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Try apps for free and get paid for it. This is the interesting formula offered by the AppBounty app, attracting the attention of thousands of gamers who are reluctant to open their wallets more than necessary. With it, you can get gift cards with credits to spend on Google Play or PlayStation Store, among many other examples.

Thanks to this service, the user can also get Clash of Clans gems, FIFA points and packs, CS: GO skins, GTA money, and many more things that will be useful in their favorite games by performing small tasks such as downloading apps.

Try apps and receive interesting rewards and gift vouchers in return.

Gift cards and gift vouchers for installing and testing apps

This bonus app for Android works as follows:

  • Download the promoted applications on your smartphone or tablet.
  • Earn items such as diamonds, gems, or gold that you then exchange for credits.
  • Spend those credits on gift cards on Google Play, Netflix, Xbox, PlayStation, Amazon, Steam, iTunes, among others. In other words, on all the major multimedia platforms where we enjoy our games, series, and movies.

In addition, unlike other applications, its reward system is international and is not only restricted to the United States. You will be able to receive codes and gift cards for Spain, Germany, France, United Kingdom, and some other countries in a very simple way.

Requirements and additional information:

  • Minimum operating system requirements: Android 4.0.3.
Lauriane Guilloux

Hi, I’m Lauriane Guilloux. I grew up surrounded by gadgets and technology and everyone who knows me assumes that it will always be one of my greatest interests. I’ve evolved hand-in-hand with PCs, laptops, video gaming consoles, smartphones,...

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