. The Tweet-like game
of 'coin master'
is one that appears
to have no end. There's the Facebook 'Coin Master' game,
which used to be a popular iPhone app;
then there was 'The Coin Master Hack'
(sic), which allowed its users to earn coins
by entering online 'challenges'; and the newest craze, the 'Coin Master Game Hack
Rewards' (sic) rewarded their customers with free virtual Coins!
Yes, the Twitter-like game
of 'coin master'
is so popular that even in this age of social media it continues to gain an appeal
amongst people of all ages. So, are these Facebook applications
to be considered as legitimate apps
or simply to be viewed as a way to make a quick buck by playing a game
which is basically just a clone of an iPhone game?
Could the game
be just another scam to get you to purchase the software? The answer may be 'yes' but the question is 'why?' Is it that iPhone game app
developers see a lucrative way to make Coins
and create a long term business or do they want to expand the market in a deceptive way? As of the time of writing this article, the Facebook application
has yet to appear
on the App
Store (only available for testing in its early stages). Does that mean that it is not a scam or that it is simply not ready to take off yet? Well, it could be either or both.
Whether it is a scam or not, the next step is to determine whether the app
can be trusted as a legit app
or not. There are a few things that I would look out for and in this article I will discuss some of those things that should help you in determining if this app
is worth your time. Firstly, if the Facebook application
is a game
of any kind, it will be lacking in authenticity as it will most likely look nothing like the original iPhone game.
If it appears
to be a clone game
it may not be very believable as a legit app.
Secondly, you should be aware that the design of the Facebook application
is not exactly the same as the iPhone game
as the icons and the UI (user interface) may be close but not the same.
If the Facebook application
does not have the appearance
of the original game
then it could be a scam. Thirdly, the Facebook application
developer should be available for you to contact them or meet them personally to discuss any concerns or queries you may have. This way, you will be able to resolve any issues that you may have. Finally, do not be fooled by claims that the game
of coin master hack game
rewards is a Coins-making
opportunity. It may look like a 'get rich quick' scheme but make sure that you read through the terms and conditions carefully before you decide to purchase the paid version of the app.
There are certain terms and conditions that should be complied before you will be able to get access to the paid version of the app.
Keep in mind that the developer of the Facebook application
may add an additional fee to your paid version to ensure that they get a greater profit from it and therefore charge extra. Also, if you are not satisfied with the fee that they ask you to pay, then you should know that they can charge you the difference between the price of the paid version and the price of the free version. If they try to charge you double, then it may be a scam. Last but not least, the worst thing you can do is download a copy of the app
without first paying for the paid version.
You should also read the description carefully, as that will give you an idea of what the developer is trying to do.