Cash’em All App Review: Try Games & Get Paid

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The Cash’em All app is HUGE.  It has more than 50,000,000+ downloads on the Google Play Store and a very solid 4.4/5 rating.  This is one of the biggest apps I have researched on this site.

If you want to start earning money playing games or downloading games, it may be one to consider.  It’s 100% free to download and no credit card is required on your part, as all you have to do is download it and start earning.

Before we start this review, however, just let it be known that you will never make a ton of money playing games.  In fact, you will be lucky to earn a few dollars a day, but some people don’t mind this as they would rather get something rather than nothing if they were to play a game.

Whether you want to play games and make money or you want to learn more about the Cash’em All app, let’s see what it’s all about.

What is the Cash’em All App?

The Cash’em All app is one of the many apps that pay you to download and play games.

I have talked about these types of apps in the past and found them to be just okay if you want to play games and get rewarded for your time.  In some cases, there are some decent downloads, where you can earn a few dollars if you were to reach a milestone, but this seems to be rare.

The premise is simple, though.

Sign up, start playing the games as seen on your dashboard and then cash out the coins you earn for playing games for gift cards, PayPal, etc.

Earning Money with the Cash’em All App

There are a variety of ways you can earn money with the apps, all of which I will cover in detail below.

When you sign up for the app, your dashboard will look like the graphic above.

#1 Earn with apps

The first section is one of the more popular ways to earn money on the app.  Known as the apps section, you will be given a “task,” and as long as you complete that task you can earn a certain number of coins.

You can see on the screenshot below that each offer varies.  Some are easy, whereas other apps require you to do more than one job to earn the coins.

So, for example, if we were to click on that “Block King” game, you would land on a screen such as this.

As you can see, there are a variety of tasks available.  If you were to reach level 100, you could earn 605 coins.  If you were to reach level 300, you could reach 4,541 rewards.

All you need to do is download the app and start playing to reach those levels to earn the coins specified.  Easy enough.

Before you start ANY of these jobs, however, make sure you read the fine print since many of these apps do have terms and conditions so that you can earn your coins.

That game mentioned, as you see there, requires you to reach your levels within 15 days, or else you won’t get credited.  This will be noted at the bottom of the page.

If you like what you see, then you can click on the “earn” button, which will take you directly to the download page, where you can download the app and start earning.  As long as your phone is connected, the Cash’em All will track you.

#2 Earn with Games

If you want to play games and earn coins while doing so, they have a “games” section that works much like the apps section, only that the games mostly come from a third-party offer wall.

This section looks the same as the apps, where you can see what games are available as well as how much you can earn.

In that screenshot, you can see that the Lucky Money app will reward you 1,084 coins if you scratch 50 cards in total.

#3 Surveys

Lastly, you can earn coins through the surveys, which, again, is a third-party offer wall by the name of BitLabs.

While surveys are a great way to earn some cash on the side, I don’t always recommend them since the surveys seen here are very limited and this app doesn’t work with a lot of providers.  It’s not to say surveys aren’t worth it; you’re just not going to find much here.

What I recommend is that you check out the 26+ survey apps on the market.

How Much Are Coins Worth?

Unfortunately, it’s not as easy as one coin worth $0.01.  Instead, they use a wonky points system that makes it hard to figure out what you can make.

Depending on when you cash out and which reward you choose, every 12,127 coins are worth $1.  To put it simply, every 12,000~ coins is worth about $1 in rewards.  Don’t be fooled by the high amounts when you play these games and download apps because these apps use these tactics to make it seem like you’re making much more than you are.


When it comes time to cash out for rewards, you will need at least $0.75 in coins (7,424 coins) to cash out via PayPal.

And, aside from PayPal, the app offers the following reward options:

  • Nike (starts at $10)
  • Google Play (starts at $10)
  • Xbox (starts at $15)
  • Walmart (starts at $5)
  • TGIFriday’s (starts at $5)
  • Starbucks (starts at $5)
  • BJ’s (starts at $5)
  • PlayStation (starts at $10)
  • Amazon (starts at $2.50)

When you cash out, it can take up to seven days to receive your reward, but this time frame depends on the reward you choose.  They all vary.

Signing Up

If you are interested in signing up for an account, then you can do so in a few ways. You can either link your Facebook account, Google account or you can create a new account connecting your email.

At the moment, this app is only available for Android devices.

Whichever method you choose, the entire process takes 30 seconds at most.

And, as for who can join, it varies.  If you see it pop up in your Google Play Store, then you can download it, but if you don’t see this app, then you can’t.  They don’t mention who can use it, but I would just search the Google Play Store to see if you can qualify.

After you register, the company will start you with 4499 points.

The Pros:

  • 100% free to join
  • try new games/apps and get rewarded
  • only need $0.75 in points to cash out
  • PayPal rewards

The Cons:

  • won’t earn much playing games
  • very LOW income opportunity
  • not available in every country

Final Thoughts

4/10The Cash’em All is eh.  You’re not going to get rich, but I guess if you want to try some games, it’s better to be paid rather just try them with no rewards.

In the end, you have to ask yourself what you want to accomplish here.

If you want to earn money fast, this isn’t the app; however, if you want to try new apps/games and you don’t mind a few dollars in rewards, then sure, it could be something to consider.  That’s how I see it.

Yes, the app is legit and you won’t get scammed if you do reach your payout.  Let that be known.

That’s going to do it for now.

As always, feel free to share your experiences with the app in the comments below.

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Tom Nathaniel

Hi! My name is Tom Nathaniel, and I created LushDollar to help share my honest thoughts on everything money. You won't find gimmicks here. It's the Internet's most honest money site after all. I graduated from Arizona State University, and I have worked in the finance industry since 2006, consulting with multiple Fortune 5000 companies.

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