Apptech Makes Money by Completing Mission
Recently, we have introduced a variety of salty techs once a week. This time, I brought an apptech related to the most basic mission execution. This method, so-called participatory app technology, has been used a lot since before and is simple. Also, it's a way to accumulate reserves as much as you try right away, so I think it's a way to work harder thanks to visible profits. Cash Monster, which I'm going to introduce in this posting, is a very simple and clean app based on that. Then we'll look into each one from now on.
How to use
You can use either the Google Play Store or the App Store Galaxy Phone or the iPhone. It has more than 10,000 downloads and a reasonable number of reviews, and the rating is good, so I hope it will help you use it. The login screen that stands out from the beginning feels a little strange, so it's home. Whether you explain it through a tutorial or a simple explanation, apart from other apps that induce you to sign up, "Register as a member!" from the beginning! I don't know what it is, but please take priority!" It's like that It's a bit embarrassing, but I'm going to sneak in. You have to authenticate your cell phone first to sign up, and there are some things you need to write down. There are quite a few of these apps that require excessive authentication and make you not want to do it from the beginning, but it wasn't to that extent. After you type it, there is a recommendation column at the end. You have to write down the recommended person so that you can start with a 500 won reserve. It's very simple and easy to use, so I recommend you to press the main screen and the bottom interface. When you open the app, it is a screen that you can see first in Japan, and it is a window with notices of various events. You can accumulate more reserves by asking questions, checking information such as Valentine's Day events, and recommender events. First of all, it was supposed to be connected to the main screen, whether you always press the home button or not.
Basic activities history, recommendations, and so on. You can get points if you check attendance every day, so please go in and use it. There are many participatory events as a way to stack main points. It's called a mission here, and during the day, the mission score is divided from less than 10 won to as much as 50 won. You can think of it as accumulating reserves as much as you try, and it is attractive that it does not induce the disappearance of points in the drawing format like other apps. You can check the withdrawal details, direct withdrawal, and accumulated coin details. After collecting a certain amount, you can withdraw cash except for the fee of 500 won. You can feel proud when you collect and withdraw money steadily. It is a store where you can withdraw various gift certificates and cash. Applying both methods is a big attraction. However, I think it would have been better if we classified each category into dining out, eating out, and convenience stores. The conversion ratio is 1:1. It can be used the same as cash at the conversion rate that I personally like. This is a window where you can learn about various events and deliveries. You can check the recommender's information and ask various questions, so please refer to it. However, it is a shame that the ID should be an e-mail address. So far, we've learned about Cash Monster - Apptech, which makes money by completing missions. The unique reserves are cash, points, and units in "won." This makes you feel like you're accumulating cash, not turning points. I think this is the neatest and most attractive way that only the 1:1 conversion method can have. I hope you can use it from time to time and use a gifticon at the end of the month.