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Step Younger+

Step Younger+

Smillage, Inc.

Smart pedometer

4.0 Ratings 26K+ Reviews

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4.0
26.3K+ Ratings
  1. 5
    80%
  2. 4
    5%
  3. 3
    3%
  4. 2
    2%
  5. 1
    10%
  • What I’ve noticed so far Jul 4, 2020

    By gamergirl coop mode
    I download this app for easy money. I’ve had it for a few days and I would collect pieces from the seven days rewards, daily steps (200), and the ad that you can watch to get a second piece from daily steps. I noticed when I got 9 pieces left when I watched the ad for the extra piece I didn’t get the extra piece sadly. Its unlikely that I’ve had the same glitch 2-3 days in a row. Also the lucky wheel hasn’t landed on a piece yet and I have spun 20+ times. I’ll update this review in a few days when I’ve estimated to finish the puzzle for the card (June 29th). Its July 4th and i dont have the card for three reasons 1. I feel off the wagon for a little while, only a few days, and didn't collect my pieces. 2. When you get closer to getting the card you HAVE TO watch the ads or you won't get the puzzle piece at all. & final 3. It will give you pieces you already have when you collect your pieces for walking daily.
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  • I just want to make it clear May 9, 2020

    By Flaber..Shook
    So I downloaded this app recommended from a dice game that claimed to make money. Just like the comments below I didn’t have any expectations so I didn’t play that much. This month I took it seriously since I had a lot of time to gain puzzle pieces. (Puzzle pieces are a mini game that provides 100 dollar gift card once you get 16 pieces) which seems to be the only way to earn an income in game. I recorded it like gameplay everyday and if you watch it you can see that I was gaining a new piece everyday. I had 15 pieces by May 1st and the event ends on May 21st 2020. I had 20 days to get 1 piece. “Easy” so I thought. As of today May 9th that I’m writing this review if you played this I tried the lucky wheel 16 times a day I played the knife day to level 50 and I got 2 to 3 pieces and a lot of “try agains” as and now from check in I used 2000 life energy in attempts to get this last one, and still nothing. This is way more effort for the past 9 days that I ever had to exert for any other piece from a game that advertised making money easily. I don’t know what benefit there is to playing this game even if the players do not win but I will keep playing and keep recording and if I don’t win anything in the next 12 days or the event all of a sudden ends early, I will post my video on all social media and label this game false advertising to defame this game so no one else put their time into this.
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  • It’s a scam Mar 12, 2020

    By ZombiefoodR.T.
    I walk a lot! So I figured hey why not try to win some stuff while I’m getting fit. I knew this wasn’t going to make me rich but even a few dollars here and there would be nice. First off you don’t get paid for your steps. The app has you win puzzle pieces at random playing mini games. The goal is to win all the pieces that add up to a gift card, sounds easy right! Would be but it’s really at random and what I found is even if I do win A piece half the time it disappears or the screen freezes making your close out so you can’t claim it. You can also earn a chance towards a piece logging in daily but again it doesn’t always work. I logged my days several times and it wouldn’t show up. Today was the final straw after watching millions of ads just to play the mini games I logged in for my daily prize and won two pieces, super excited as this is the most pieces I’ve won in a day or even a week LOL I clicked to claim them and the screen froze making me hit the X to close out which for some reason that still worked but the claim bit did not and a loading icon popped up. so I then lost the two pieces I even let it “load” for five min. You also do not get any money for your steps unlike the add shows. Lastly the amount of adds you have to watch is insane especially since you earn nothing from it. I have deleted the app completely now.
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  • Not what it seems like Feb 28, 2020

    By RotInHellChristinaAbreu
    I downloaded this app after watching a few advertisements on it and the app itself is not what you think. The advertisements show that you get a dollar for every 100 steps you take, but in the app, there’s no feature that includes that. The only way you can get money is through getting puzzle pieces from either walking or getting lucky in one of the mini games the app has to offer. You need 15 puzzle pieces to get a gift card which may sound easy, but there’s the catch. All the ways that you can get puzzle pieces through the mini games are through pure luck and there’s no guarantee that you will get a puzzle piece. This feature could easily be rigged as the developers could easily make it so you cannot earn any puzzle pieces. Another feature is to get puzzle pieces through walking. Now, this isn’t luck based so it would seem easy, but the catch is that they would give you a puzzle piece and other times they wouldn’t even add a puzzle piece to your puzzle. Even the times where you do get a puzzle piece, you can get the same puzzle piece for the puzzle so again, it is luck based. This app seems too good to be true, and you would be right. The literal only reason I am rating this two stars is because it encourages fitness. Thank you for your time.
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  • Lots of disappointment May 24, 2020

    By this needs some rethinking
    I have given this app a real and concerted effort to prove itself but it has failed. There are two way to get money for steps the Cash For Steps portion which awards you an amount of money and if you reach $10 in a 10 day period you can cash out, and the puzzle piece portion in which you have 30 days to collect puzzle pieces to win the $100. So the cash for steps portion starts out great it awards you like $5 the first day and then awards a progressively lower amount each day after, but the amount they award you has no connection to the amount of steps you walk it’s literally random. I have walked 10,000 steps and gotten 28 cents and the next day walk 7000 and get 37 cents. They have it set up so it doesn’t matter how many steps you walk you will never reach $10 for cash out. The puzzle piece I have given this three rounds to prove itself, you earn puzzle pieces until you have one or two left with a significant amount of time left to earn said pieces and you will never earn those last pieces. The app claims people have won $100 but none of them are leaving reviews, all I see are negative reviews and no money being paid out. It’s not like you don’t have the revenue there’s an ad to watch with every single click you make. Will be deleting.
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  • The Puzzle Piece Mar 11, 2020

    By Mysterious-L
    So the price here is a gift card they offer by collecting all the required puzzle pieces to earn the reward. Playing the little spin wheel to get a puzzle piece is practically impossible and for the knife throwing the more pieces you get as you check in to the app the more often you will not get any new pieces or any at all. So all you have going for you is the walking and checking in which doesn’t seem bad but it’s actually a scam. You are given a week for your check in goals and a daily step goal to reach. The step goal is easy enough but often you will end up with duplicate pieces. Then for the check in you only get piece rewards for 3 out of the 7 days you are supposed to check in. If you happen to miss a check in day naturally the check in reverts back to zero which seems annoying but is actually better than checking in everyday. I say this because after you hit seven days the check in doesn’t reset or give you more day’s even if you miss a day the puzzle stays at seven so all you can do is rely on the age goal. If this was an app that just promoted fitness it would be fine but promising a price and then having so many loopholes for the app makers to wiggle out of having people claim the prize is shameful!!
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  • What I’ve noticed so far Jul 4, 2020

    By gamergirl coop mode
    I download this app for easy money. I’ve had it for a few days and I would collect pieces from the seven days rewards, daily steps (200), and the ad that you can watch to get a second piece from daily steps. I noticed when I got 9 pieces left when I watched the ad for the extra piece I didn’t get the extra piece sadly. Its unlikely that I’ve had the same glitch 2-3 days in a row. Also the lucky wheel hasn’t landed on a piece yet and I have spun 20+ times. I’ll update this review in a few days when I’ve estimated to finish the puzzle for the card (June 29th). Its July 4th and i dont have the card for three reasons 1. I feel off the wagon for a little while, only a few days, and didn't collect my pieces. 2. When you get closer to getting the card you HAVE TO watch the ads or you won't get the puzzle piece at all. & final 3. It will give you pieces you already have when you collect your pieces for walking daily.
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  • Not what it seems like Feb 28, 2020

    By RotInHellChristinaAbreu
    I downloaded this app after watching a few advertisements on it and the app itself is not what you think. The advertisements show that you get a dollar for every 100 steps you take, but in the app, there’s no feature that includes that. The only way you can get money is through getting puzzle pieces from either walking or getting lucky in one of the mini games the app has to offer. You need 15 puzzle pieces to get a gift card which may sound easy, but there’s the catch. All the ways that you can get puzzle pieces through the mini games are through pure luck and there’s no guarantee that you will get a puzzle piece. This feature could easily be rigged as the developers could easily make it so you cannot earn any puzzle pieces. Another feature is to get puzzle pieces through walking. Now, this isn’t luck based so it would seem easy, but the catch is that they would give you a puzzle piece and other times they wouldn’t even add a puzzle piece to your puzzle. Even the times where you do get a puzzle piece, you can get the same puzzle piece for the puzzle so again, it is luck based. This app seems too good to be true, and you would be right. The literal only reason I am rating this two stars is because it encourages fitness. Thank you for your time.
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  • Lots of disappointment May 24, 2020

    By this needs some rethinking
    I have given this app a real and concerted effort to prove itself but it has failed. There are two way to get money for steps the Cash For Steps portion which awards you an amount of money and if you reach $10 in a 10 day period you can cash out, and the puzzle piece portion in which you have 30 days to collect puzzle pieces to win the $100. So the cash for steps portion starts out great it awards you like $5 the first day and then awards a progressively lower amount each day after, but the amount they award you has no connection to the amount of steps you walk it’s literally random. I have walked 10,000 steps and gotten 28 cents and the next day walk 7000 and get 37 cents. They have it set up so it doesn’t matter how many steps you walk you will never reach $10 for cash out. The puzzle piece I have given this three rounds to prove itself, you earn puzzle pieces until you have one or two left with a significant amount of time left to earn said pieces and you will never earn those last pieces. The app claims people have won $100 but none of them are leaving reviews, all I see are negative reviews and no money being paid out. It’s not like you don’t have the revenue there’s an ad to watch with every single click you make. Will be deleting.
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  • The Puzzle Piece Mar 11, 2020

    By Mysterious-L
    So the price here is a gift card they offer by collecting all the required puzzle pieces to earn the reward. Playing the little spin wheel to get a puzzle piece is practically impossible and for the knife throwing the more pieces you get as you check in to the app the more often you will not get any new pieces or any at all. So all you have going for you is the walking and checking in which doesn’t seem bad but it’s actually a scam. You are given a week for your check in goals and a daily step goal to reach. The step goal is easy enough but often you will end up with duplicate pieces. Then for the check in you only get piece rewards for 3 out of the 7 days you are supposed to check in. If you happen to miss a check in day naturally the check in reverts back to zero which seems annoying but is actually better than checking in everyday. I say this because after you hit seven days the check in doesn’t reset or give you more day’s even if you miss a day the puzzle stays at seven so all you can do is rely on the age goal. If this was an app that just promoted fitness it would be fine but promising a price and then having so many loopholes for the app makers to wiggle out of having people claim the prize is shameful!!
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  • App needs TLC Mar 15, 2020

    By kitkatpolywack
    So I’ve been playing this for about two weeks or so now. I’ve maxed out the 7 day rewards bar but now it won’t renew for me to do another 7 days? I’m not sure if that’s intentional or not. I’ve also come into a snag where I’m down to my last puzzle piece needed to cash in my reward, I’ve been stuck for about 3 days now with no movement to be able to purchase rare pieces. I’ve also noticed that I’m not receiving all of my energy and I’m getting a ton of Network Error messages when trying to watch an ad to receive double energy or to receive the puzzle pieces that I’ve earned. 3 stars for now. Update: I’ve been waiting on the very last puzzle piece for over two weeks now. Puzzle is set to reset today sometime and I’m about to have to start over. Still tons of network error problems and ads will just start randomly. You don’t get paid or puzzle pieces for walking except for walking the 200 steps (which is easy) and it’s always a puzzle piece you already have. The seven day check in still hasn’t reset. I’m really contemplating deleting this app now and I recommend that everyone do so as well because I truly believe this is a scam just like any other app that promises a payout of some sort.
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  • Good for counting steps ONLY Aug 14, 2020

    By Toybaby83
    Don’t use this app if you are trying to make money or win the gift card. I gave it two months. The 1st month, I was 1 puzzle piece away from winning the gift card a week til deadline but still didn’t win it. What they don’t tell you is they you can win puzzle pieces for the gift card but most of the time they give you the same old ones over and over again. The app freezes a lot. In both months, I had 2 puzzle pieces left. I won one of them and the app froze and mysteriously that puzzle piece was placed back on my board. The final puzzle piece is always the same too and I never win it. As for the steps for cash. We never know when the cut off is. I walked 10,000 steps one day and still earned less than a dollar. Then they bulked two days together and didn’t accept my daily checkin which started me all the way back at the beginning and i didn’t earn anything for my send day. I never make it past $8 so I never earned anything. This app is just a way for them to through a insane amount of unwanted adds at you and you get nothing in return.
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  • I just want to make it clear May 9, 2020

    By Flaber..Shook
    So I downloaded this app recommended from a dice game that claimed to make money. Just like the comments below I didn’t have any expectations so I didn’t play that much. This month I took it seriously since I had a lot of time to gain puzzle pieces. (Puzzle pieces are a mini game that provides 100 dollar gift card once you get 16 pieces) which seems to be the only way to earn an income in game. I recorded it like gameplay everyday and if you watch it you can see that I was gaining a new piece everyday. I had 15 pieces by May 1st and the event ends on May 21st 2020. I had 20 days to get 1 piece. “Easy” so I thought. As of today May 9th that I’m writing this review if you played this I tried the lucky wheel 16 times a day I played the knife day to level 50 and I got 2 to 3 pieces and a lot of “try agains” as and now from check in I used 2000 life energy in attempts to get this last one, and still nothing. This is way more effort for the past 9 days that I ever had to exert for any other piece from a game that advertised making money easily. I don’t know what benefit there is to playing this game even if the players do not win but I will keep playing and keep recording and if I don’t win anything in the next 12 days or the event all of a sudden ends early, I will post my video on all social media and label this game false advertising to defame this game so no one else put their time into this.
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  • It’s a scam Mar 12, 2020

    By ZombiefoodR.T.
    I walk a lot! So I figured hey why not try to win some stuff while I’m getting fit. I knew this wasn’t going to make me rich but even a few dollars here and there would be nice. First off you don’t get paid for your steps. The app has you win puzzle pieces at random playing mini games. The goal is to win all the pieces that add up to a gift card, sounds easy right! Would be but it’s really at random and what I found is even if I do win A piece half the time it disappears or the screen freezes making your close out so you can’t claim it. You can also earn a chance towards a piece logging in daily but again it doesn’t always work. I logged my days several times and it wouldn’t show up. Today was the final straw after watching millions of ads just to play the mini games I logged in for my daily prize and won two pieces, super excited as this is the most pieces I’ve won in a day or even a week LOL I clicked to claim them and the screen froze making me hit the X to close out which for some reason that still worked but the claim bit did not and a loading icon popped up. so I then lost the two pieces I even let it “load” for five min. You also do not get any money for your steps unlike the add shows. Lastly the amount of adds you have to watch is insane especially since you earn nothing from it. I have deleted the app completely now.
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  • This app is a scam May 13, 2020

    By nikkie0101
    This app would be worth the time if they actually paid you for walking. I can walk 2,000 or 16,000 and the amount they pay doesn’t add up like why would you give me $.39 for 2,000 steps yet when I walk over 16,000 in one day I only get $.13 oh wait maybe it was because I was almost at $9 and the cash out is $10. Oh and every time I get right at $9 they reset it back to $0 saying I didn’t make the cut off time to withdraw the money....that is a scam there is absolutely no set amount that they pay to you for a certain amount of steps they just lead you on til you get close to the $10 and then reset it. Not to mention the false advertising videos that they have out with people claiming that they get $1 for every 100 steps they walk. Oh and don’t even get me started on the ads that pop up non stop even when you hit the X button to opt out of watching an add for “extra energy” they then still show you one and don’t give you the extra energy. Oh and the little games half the time when you try to do them they freeze or don’t work at all. And I am pretty sure the puzzle game is rigged it let me get all of the pieces but one... I am going to guess that it’s the one that no one will ever get so they don’t actually have to pay anyone.
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  • Over 4,400 steps -$0.51 usd Aug 19, 2020

    By B0488
    This is now my FOURTH attempt to contact developers again without proper replies to previous feedback! I have attached several photos of the INACCURATELY advertised and noted on Apple app description of how many times I should have Been able to receive $30 each round. How is this not a scam??? I can walk over 4,400 steps and receive only $0.51 usd???? The day before well over 3,000 steps and I receive $0.49 usd. This APP IS A SCAM and I intend on reporting this app with documentation proving everything you advertise on several other apps with nothing but dishonesty. To app downloaders; Don’t waste your time! I should have earned at least(&& The very minimal) 5 counts of $30 PayPal cash outs. But, your app is a scam and I have screen recordings showing just that. Then again, what should any one expect from an Asian country developed who Profits from the 1000 of daily ads they are paid to have users watch in order to claim “energy “ CHEATERS and SCAMMERS. They legitimately ensure you do not make it to $30 by lessening the payout daily reward significant after the first round week of each week during any round. Twice over 7k steps and I was told I was unable to claim anything. If I could attach pics, you’d see why this is a joke
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  • Deceptive. Glorified pedometer. Total. BS Jun 10, 2020

    By CFaz2427
    The ads for this app from other apps will lead you to believe that you will get $1 for every 1000 steps you take and you’ll be making $300/mo “Just by walking!!!!” F. A. L. S. E. ! I took over 8500 steps one day and got $0.13. The other reviews about a timeframe are true and you have to race to get as close to $10 as you can before the period ends. Good luck with that. After your period ends, they will seed you almost $5, and the first few days you’ll get good return like $.45 (no matter how many steps you take you’ll never actually get $1 per 1000 steps), but as you get closer to $10 to cash out (have yet to break $9) and the end of the period draws near, your cash for steps will drop immensely to levels less than $.20, or the app flat out won’t count your steps at all, and then boom. End of period and all you’re left with is your steps. No cash, just counted steps. But maybe that’s their point after all. But jokes on them. Chasing around twins gets me plenty of steps than stepping for actual exercise. Also the ads, ads, ads, ads, ads. No matter what you do or where you go in the app, expect an ad with every Single Click you take.
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