Lucky Bro – An App That Pays You To Play?  [Review]

Lucky Bro – Scam or Pay?

If you want to know if Lucky Bro app is a scam or really pays , I invite you to read until the end, there I will tell you everything you need to know about the app. Remember that for this article I will base it solely on my opinion and if you wish, you can tell us your experience in the comments.

Before continuing, I want to clarify that this blog has nothing to do with any study or app, we are just users like you and we understand how annoying it can be to find so many junk apps. Our goal is not to endorse or promote any app, we just want to give our opinion in an unbiased manner to help other users. If an application is legitimate I will tell you so you can use it with confidence. The same if it is a junk app, I will tell you so you don’t waste your time.

Furthermore, it does not matter what the result of this app is, in the final part I will give you access and name to several lists that bring together apps that do pay and can help you. Each list has different applications and although most are games, you can also find other options such as apps to earn money by walking or answering surveys. But hey, let’s see if Lucky Bro app is a scam or paid.

What is Lucky Bro?

Lucky Bro is a game in which you must find pairs on a board that has many pieces that stand out for representing different animals. By watching very well and concentrating you can advance quite quickly in each game, it’s just that the ads will start to interrupt after a certain time. Plus you might get bored; The game itself does not represent a great challenge and is very repetitive.

The app was created by Gantui Studio, a company we know quite well on this blog because we have reviewed their other apps. So far the studio has published 7 other applications and I have tried several of them. Needless to say, they are all presented as games to make money in a simple way and they all seem to end in the same thing: an absolute lie.

Fruit Spy, Polys TilesRed Dot and Alien Crush are just some of the examples I have to tell you that this company lies. Games are promoted in a way that arouses enthusiasm among users and then ends up being a total waste of time.

Lucky Bro

Installation and registration in Lucky Bro:

You can find the application easily, although because it has a somewhat generic name it can be confused with others. It is best that you also check the name of the company that created it, so you can make sure you install the correct one. If you can’t find it, it may be due to compatibility problems with your cell phone and there is no solution for this.

To enter and play you do not need to register, but if you want to claim your reward you must log in from a Google account.

How does it work?

When you enter Lucky Bro you will have a board on which there are several pieces placed and each one of them represents some animal. Your goal is to find partners. You will also have some help that is not really very necessary, but can come in handy in case you don’t really want to play and the typical configuration boxes and withdrawal box.

All you have to do in this app is press one and then look for one that is identical, when you find it, you must also press it. If you didn’t make a mistake and the tiles are the same, then the app will match them and they will disappear from your board. Each level has a different way and it is the game itself that is responsible for notifying you when you pass each one. You must pay close attention because most of the time there are very similar cards, but for one reason or another they are not identical and only waste your time.

The reward is delivered automatically every time you successfully complete a level and to receive it you must be registered, otherwise you will not be able to receive anything. The ads will start appearing after a while and will be quite annoying.


You can request your payment only through PayPal, the most popular option used by the creators of this type of apps. The minimum withdrawal is $0.3 dollars and to do so you must have 300,000 coins , which, as you can see, are almost impossible to obtain.

Once you reach the minimum payment threshold they will force you to wait while they proceed with the withdrawal, but it is all a staging because it is a lie. Your money will never arrive .

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Does Lucky Bro pay?

I’m sorry to disappoint you because I know that when you asked yourself if Lucky Bro was a scam or paid you expected to find another answer, only I have to tell you the truth so that you waste your time: Lucky Bro does not pay . The only objective of this application is for you to see ads so that its creator can monetize the project and earn money, but no user will benefit. Delete the app and leave that space free for another app that can really help you.




Next I will leave you a list of apps that if they paid you, you decide which one best suits your needs:

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