The following is a sponsored post about appKarma, and written by me (Michelle).
I recently heard about appKarma, and it’s something I think that you, my readers, should learn about too. After all, we are always looking for ways to earn extra income, and this looks like an easy one!
To put it simply, appKarma is a company that pays you to try out different apps and games on your cell phone. You can then turn the points you earn towards PayPal cash and gift cards like Amazon, iTunes, and many more.
AppKarma will be giving away $100 worth of gift cards. See below for details.
How does appKarma work?
appKarma is easy to use and they make it easy to start earning rewards (which then can be used towards cash and gift cards)!
Install the app (as taught and discussed below)
You can browse through app offers inside appKarma
Once you earn enough rewards points by completing offers on appKarma, you can redeem the points from inside the app.
After redeeming points, the gift card code will appear in the “My Rewards” section of appKarma. No need to wait for physical gift cards! PayPal cash payments are paid within 24 hours.
There are lots of options to cash out, so it won’t take long to be able to redeem your first gift card. You’ll also get 5% back after redeeming your card so you’ll always have some points in your account.
How do you earn points with appKarma?
To earn reward points, all you have to do is simply install and play around with the apps you see inside appKarma. Each offer contains some requirements and you’ll see exactly how many points you’ll earn by completing each action: reach level 5, complete tutorial, etc.
Additionally, you can earn points by earning various Achievement badges (sign up, complete 5 offers, check-in 10 times) On the Android app, you can even earn points by keeping the apps you’ve install and playing with it each day, ensuring that you have easy daily reward opportunities.
You can read more in depth about how to earn points with appKarma here.
Try Swagbucks and Inbox Dollars inside appKarma and earn over $5.
I’ve written about Swagbucks and Inbox Dollars as other ways to earn some extra cash. Now you can try these apps from inside appKarma and earn rewards!
Inbox Dollars: Earn 2400 Karma Points ($2.40) when you earn $10 inside Inbox Dollars
Swagbucks: Earn 3000 Karma Points ($3.00) when you earn 300 Swagbucks.
Note: You will only receive the rewards if you are a new user and the app has never been installed on your device.
appKarma has been used by over 3 million people around the world and it is one of the highest rated reward apps in Google Play with a 4.7 out of 5.0 rating.
I’m thinking that’s a lot of happy people 🙂
How can you get started with appKarma?
Installing and getting the appKarma app is really easy. If you’re an Android user, the app is available on the Google Play store.
If you are an iOS user, appKarma is not in the iTunes store, but it’s still easy. You can just go to appkarma.io on your iPhone’s Safari browser. Follow instructions there and install a companion app (Word Karma). Open Word Karma to access appkarma. To use appKarma, simply keep the Word Karma app and open it up to access appKarma.
If you use my link to sign up, you will receive 500 reward points to start. Alternatively, you can also enter the referral code “MSOC” to receive an easy 500 reward points.
Click here to get appKarma and start with 500 points
To top this fun new way to make extra income and make it even better, appKarma is giving my readers the chance at winning a $25 gift card.
There will be four winners and each will have their choice of a gift card for Amazon.com, iTunes, Google Play, Starbucks, Target, Hulu, Wholefoods.
To qualify, you will need to complete at least 3 offers.
The user who completes the most offers within the 2 weeks will win a gift card.Three other users will be randomly selected to win the gift card (chances are higher if you complete more offers).
Are you interested in trying out appKarma after reading this appKarma review?
Stephanie Shipley says
How awesome! Just signed up!
Andrew Lin says
Please let us know if there’s anything you’d like to see in our app. We have a lot of neat reward opportunities coming in the pipeline.
(appKarma | CEO)
Rachel @ The Improved Me Project says
I am SUPER guilty of spending time playing on my phone. I will have to try this one for sure!
Andrew Lin says
If you ever play games and make in-app-purchases, we will be launching a trial soon to reimburse you for purchases you make inside any Featured app you download within Appkarma (up to $5) Would love to get some feedback on it!
Kimberly Flickinger says
Just signed up:)
Andrew Lin says
Thanks Kimberly! Any feedback would be appreciated. Feel free to shoot me message if you need any help.
(appKarma | CEO)
Preeti Golcha says
Hi Michelle, read your article and wanted to give appKarma a try! But unfortunately whenever i try opening appKarma.io it says server couldn’t be reached. Is this not open for India? Do let me know. Thanks.
Andrew Lin says
I’m Andrew, CEO of AppKarma. AppKarma works worldwide. Please shoot me a message at email@example.com with MSOC included in the subject (it’ll come straight to me) and I’ll troubleshoot this with you.
Sherry Dempsey says
Thank you for your helpful post explaining how appKarma works! I just wanted to point out something I noticed regarding the fifth paragraph in your section titled “How Does appKarma Work?”. This paragraph states:
“After redeeming points, the gift card code will appear in the “My Rewards” section of appKarma. No need to wait for physical gift cards! PayPal cash payments are paid within 24 hours.”
I believe there may be a few inaccuracies in this paragraph (at least according to my experience with appKarma). When one redeems their points for a DIGITAL (vs “physical” described above, since “physical” would indicate an actual, physical plastic card containing details for redemption) gift card, their gift card code will not be available until after a 24 hour verification period passes (vs “no need to wait” stated above), a security implementation to ensure that this transaction is valid.
My intention behind pointing this out is that I wouldn’t want any potential new user to potentially feel any disappointment upon finding their redemption experience differs from what is explained here; hence, possibly reflecting poorly on those behind appKarma.