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App Review: Dabbl

Updated on October 8, 2020

What is Dabbl?

To put it simply, it is a money making app.

Dabbl Logo
Dabbl Logo | Source

Dabbl is an app available on Android and Apple that is a money making app. Dabbl is an app that different from most other money making apps, that is in terms of how you earn money on the app.

With Dabbl, money is earned through watching ads and interacting with brands. I will go more into detail of what this means later, but as of now that's all there is to known about Dabbl. Fairly simple.

Ways to Earn

Here I will be outlining the different ways to earn on the app.

Dabbl Screenshot
Dabbl Screenshot

As stated before, the main way to earn money on Dabbl is through an earning system of watching ads and interacting with brands. Although that is the main source of income on the app, there are three ways to earn money. The system of which someone is paid is through points. Similar to other apps and money making services, Dabbl follows a system of 1,000 points = $1.00. Cash out is available at $5.00 earned.

From Dabbl:

This section of the app is the focal point of Dabbl. This is where ads from specific brands can be watched and games, short 1-3 question surveys are taken. This is one of the more easier ways to earn income on the app, and it pays around 20-60 points. Each task takes around a minute or so, and it isn't demanding in the slightest, as all tasks are fairly easy. However, as of this article being written, the "From Dabbl" tasks are limited to only 2 per day.


Yes, Dabbl does provide the option for people to take the accursed surveys. I am not a fan of these surveys at all, but they do pay a lot of points. Usually around 50-450 points can be available with surveys, sometimes more. However, the surveys are long and most likely would disqualify you quite a bit. But it is still an option for earning money. One that I do not recommend, but it is still an option.

From the Web:

This task requires a 15-30 second ad to be watched. Watching 1 ad pays 10 points ($0.01). There are 4 different services on Dabbl that provide ads to watch, but each has a limit. As of now, the limit is 10 ads an hour, that equates to $0.10 an hour. It isn't a very sizable income, but it does add up. Just doing this task and the "From Dabbl" tasks got me $5.00 in around a week and a half. That type of earning is not guaranteed for everyone, and it all depends on how much time you're willing to invest in this app.

Overall Synopsis:

Overall, this app is not bad. In fact, it is one of my more favorite money making apps. Whether you chose to use this app is up to you. It is a good way to earn an extra $5.00 a month, as long as you invest some time into the app and do the basics. Like all money making apps, do not expect to get rich off of this app, as that most defiantly will not happen. But earning a few extra dollars never hurt anyone, so the app is worth a try. Hopefully this review was substantial and comprehensive enough for you to consider downloading it.

if you want to use my referral code, then thank you. If you don't, that's okay, just search 'Dabbl" in the App Store or Google Play Store and you should see it.

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