Are you looking for a way to make some extra money from your phone?
Roamler promises to let you do that by using its mobile app.
But is Roamler legit and really a way to earn or a scam to stay away from?
Let me address this question right away. Roamler is a legit mobile app that will pay you for doing tasks.
This does, however, not automatically mean that you should go ahead and download the app right away. It is best to take full stock of what it offers so you can decide if it is indeed worth your time or not.
This Roamler review will do exactly that to help you make an informed decision about whether you should join the app or not.
So, let's go ahead and take a closer look at what Roamler is all about.
What is Roamler and what does it offer?
Roamler helps its partner companies by making sure their products are always visible and available in supermarkets, stores, bars, restaurants, etc.
They do this by asking you to fill in short questionnaires, take pictures, act as a mystery shopper, and many more tasks.
In short, it is a gig economy app that rewards you for completing tasks.
But how will you be able to earn from this mobile app? Let's examine the earning opportunities it offers, so you can find out if it is the right opportunity for you or not.
For that, I have made a video that gives you an inside look and shows exactly how you can earn from Roamler. You can also read all the details below the video.
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Option 1 – Paid Tasks
Once you've downloaded the app, you will become a Roamler and be given access to paid tasks.
The first thing you need to do is to complete your profile and the onboarding task. This will take a total of around 5 minutes and then you will get access to the paid tasks.
Paid tasks are basically small tasks you can do in exchange for rewards. Here's a video explaining how paid tasks work:
Most paid tasks will ask you to act as a mystery shopper or fill out questionnaires.
Often they will also involve you having to take pictures of products, and it is important to make sure you don't take blurry pictures.
This is the number 1 reason why paid tasks are being rejected by Roamler.
You see, once you complete the task, you will have to submit it and have Roamler check it. Once they approve your work, you will then receive the reward.
So, don't expect to receive the reward right away when you finish a task.
Doing paid tasks on a regular basis will also allow you to earn points you can use to level up your account. The higher the level of your account, the more paid tasks you will have access to.
So, it is important to keep doing tasks if your aim is to earn on a regular basis. Most paid tasks also have time allotment. That means you will have to complete the task within the given time frame.
So, make sure only to take on a paid task when you are about to work on it.
Option 2 – Invite friends
Roamler has a referral program where you can earn extra rewards by inviting friends to join.
However, it is quite different than most other referral programs, as you cannot just start inviting friends right after joining.
To invite a friend, you need to get an activation code you can share. You can get these codes for certain tasks.
If a friend joins and uses your code, you will earn 2% of what he/she earns, and you will get €2 once they complete the onboarding task.
It is not a very lucrative referral program compared to other similar programs, as a 2% commission is one of the lowest I have seen out of the hundreds of apps and websites I have tested.
But it can be a way to earn a bit extra, if you have any friends you think might want to use Roamler.
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How do you get paid?
Every task you complete that is cleared by Roamler will earn you a certain amount of money and some experience points to boot.
You will be able to withdraw your earnings anytime you want via PayPal, which a convenient option, in my opinion).
Take note, though, that each withdrawal will ask for a fee. But when you cash out with more than 20 pounds in your account, Roamler will pay the transaction fee.
The maximum amount you can withdraw per transaction will be 50 pounds.
If you cash out an amount of 20 pounds or less, you will be charged the transaction fee (2%). So, take that into consideration when you decide to withdraw your earnings.
As for the experience points you receive, as mentioned, they will be used to level up your account. And as your account's level increases, you gain access to more paid tasks, which will mean more opportunities to earn.
As you level up your account, you also get invitation codes (I will discuss the purpose of these invitation codes later).
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How much money can you make?
With a mobile app like this, the amount of money you can earn will mostly depend on how many paid tasks you will have access to.
More paid tasks will mean more earning potential. Of course, as you already know, you will have to submit your work for Roamler's approval before you will be able to earn.
So, if you want to maximize your earning potential, it is important to know the best practices to get your work approved by Roamler.
As shown in the photo above, you have to make sure you submit clear and bright photos.
Anything else will get your work rejected. You also need to make sure you read the instructions for the task carefully and follow them to the letter.
Aside from that, you just need to provide honest feedback about what you are supposed to do. Once you get used to these practices, you increase your chances of earning from this mobile app.
So overall, you can make a bit of side cash on Roamler but do not expect more than that.
And always make sure to do the tasks properly, as your work will otherwise not be approved, and you will have wasted your time.
In general, you need to take the time needed into consideration before deciding if it is the right option for you or not – yes, you can earn, but since you have to show up at certain shops, it can take quite some time if you do not choose carefully.
Can you use it on mobile?
As you can probably tell, Roamler is supposed to be used on a mobile device. You have to download the mobile app and install it on your mobile device.
The Roamler app is available for both Android and iOS devices, so compatibility won't really be an issue for the majority of users.
You also have to make sure your mobile device also has an internet connection because logging in to the app will require you to connect to the internet.
In my opinion, Roamler being a mobile app, makes it a very viable option to earn because you will be able to earn anywhere and anytime you want.
Who can join Roamler?
Roamler is available to anyone who lives in the UK, the Netherlands, Germany, France, Denmark, Belgium, Spain, Italy, Sweden, Poland, Turkey, and Chile.
You also have to be at least 18 years of age in order to become a Roamler.
To register as a member, download the app first and install it on your mobile device. Then, the first time you open the app, you have to go through the registration.
You have to allow the app to know your location so that you can determine if you are eligible to join. Then, it will ask you to provide an invitation code.
Invitation codes are directly issued by Roamler and offered to app users as a reward for some of the tasks they perform and when they reach a new level.
But how do you get the code when you aren't a member of Roamler yet?
Fortunately, Roamlers across Europe have created several online communities that share advice and invitation codes. So, you can join any of those communities and get an invitation code.
However, you do not need one of these codes to join. You can just choose to skip this step.
Can you get support?
The first form of support you can get from Roamler will be their FAQ section.
The good thing about their FAQ section is that it covers most of the important and basic topics. So, you will probably learn a lot about the site by reading its FAQ page (I know I did).
But if you want to contact their support team, you will be able to do so using the app. You can find the contact details in the Contact section of the app.
Plus, you can visit their Facebook page and communicate with their support team via that page.
But all the posts on the FB page are in Dutch, so it is not really useful for the rest of the world, which is a bit strange, in my opinion.
I, therefore, recommend that you use the contact option on their mobile app when you want to talk to their support team.
Overall, in my opinion, they do offer a decent way for you to get support.
Roamler is a legit GPT mobile app that will allow you to earn by completing paid tasks.
It has some great qualities, but it also has some drawbacks.
Let's finish this review with a summary of its pros and cons to give you an overview of what the app is all about. Hopefully, it can help you make an informed decision on whether you should become a Roamler or not.
- Payment via PayPal is available
- You can withdraw your earnings anytime you want
- The mobile app makes it very convenient to earn
- Registering as a member is a bit more complicated process
- Limited earning opportunities
- Can be quite time-consuming
What I like about Roamler is that it is really convenient, and you can even say a fun way to earn a few extra bucks. Plus, it also helps that you can withdraw your earnings conveniently (via PayPal).
The only downside is that it has limited ways to earn, seeing as you can only earn by doing paid tasks.
In addition to this, you also need to consider the time it can take for each task since you have to show up in a certain shop to complete it.
But it can be a fun way to earn a bit of side cash. Just don't expect it to replace the income you can earn from a full-time job.
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The apps on this list all have good earning potential, and like Roamler, you will be able to withdraw your earnings conveniently.
If you have any comments, questions, or have any experiences with Roamler yourself, I would love to hear from you in a comment below.