It’s Friday. You wake up to a $15 Cash App notification. A pal paid you back for that pizza you shared. Your balance now reads $172.30.

You use your new money to buy a coffee with your personalized Cash Card. You even hit up the ATM after.

5PM. Direct deposit hits. Do you buy Bitcoin, or do you cash out instantly to another bank? With Cash App, you decide.

Protect payments with Face ID, Touch ID, or a passcode

Make your first payment within minutes

Sending money costs nothing, and we’ll mail you a free debit card within a week

What's New

Version 2.22.3

Introducing Bitcoin! Buy and Sell BTC instantly from your Cash App balance.

Bitcoin is not yet available in New York, Georgia, Hawaii, or Wyoming – but we’re working on it! Stay tuned.

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5

28K Ratings

28K Ratings

$5 coupon: CWFCNHW


First of all, if you haven’t used Square cash yet make sure to enter the reward coupon "RMMXSKX" on the sign up screen to get a $5 bonus after you send your first transfer over $5!!!! Enter it after it asks for your number. If you’ve already signed up you can enter the reward coupon on the profile menu if you scroll to the very bottom.

The service itself exceeds the competition found in PayPal and Venmo in its ease of use. Sign up is super easy and very convincing for friends, particularly when out to dinner in NYC where asking the waiter to split a bill is like pulling out your teeth. I like the fact that I can send money to anyone even if they haven’t signed up with Square yet. The app is simple to use, swift and clean. There are two options for transferring money to your bank. Either instant deposit which takes a small fee, or the next day. Or you can keep the money in your account, and use the square debit card for any online purchase. You can even request a physical debit card and use that anywhere. The app itself seems secure, especially with the touch ID integration for quick payment. This app has changed how I exchange money with friends or even new acquaintances!! I've even started using it to pay rent directly to my landlord. Welcome to the new modern era.

Square cash is now my go to for quick payment transfers to friends and family. Overall you should definitely give it a try, especially with the $5 bonus it gives you!!!

Reward Coupon: CMQCGLK


First of all, you will get a free $5 with your first transfer over $5 using the Square Cash App! Simply download the app and enter the reward coupon “CMQCGLK” on the sign up screen for the free bonus. Can you think of any easier way to get a Lincoln? What have you got to lose? If you already have a Square account, don’t despair? You can still get the bonus by entering the reward coupon if scroll to the very bottom of the profile menu.
The simplistic and intuitive layout of Square’s cash app distinguishes it from its competitors like PayPal and Venmo. Square has created an app that gives you everything you need and nothing you don’t – the Honda Accord of cash apps- and it comes in a striking lime green!
Next time you’re pulling your hair out trying to split a restaurant, let the Square Cash App do the work. Forgot that your rent is due today? Square Cash has you covered! Paying off the ransom for your abducted pet Serval? Square Cash will see that feline makes it back to your living room safe and sound. Just want to look at something green during the dismal, grey winter? Summon up the summery green of the Square Cash App!
There’s no time to lose! Start making purchases, exchanging money, and bolstering the economy today with the Square Cash App! And remember, use the reward coupon CMQCGLK to get $5 with your first transfer!

Inconsistent + lack of customer support = frustration


While I have used the app in the past few month without a hitch (and I’m trying to convince others to do the same), I recently ran into a problem sending money to a friend and it’s highlighted some problems with the Cash app. I sent a second payment to this person within a two week period and in order to receive the second payment they are being asked to verify their account through Facebook or their Social Security number. This seems odd as they have used the app to receive cash in the past with no problem and the two payments which I sent are well under the $250 trip point that I’ve read can often trigger a verification request.

She’s not comfortable putting this info in and there doesn’t seem to be rhyme or reason for why it happened. And what a drag of it happens again and again? She contacted customer support and got a canned response that doesn’t address the issue. Really wish there was a better way to contact customer support.

Why is she being asked for this information at this time? It seems a little suspect. She’s frustrated and ready to quit the app and use something else, and I’m finding it hard to recommend this app to others now.

Developer Response

Thank you for posting this feedback! We appreciate the time you took to share your concerns. There are different reasons why your friend might be prompted to verify her account with additional information, but we only request this as part of our ongoing commitment to ensuring the app remains a secure environment for all our customers. Rest assured, we never share your information, and our Support team is always on hand to answer any questions. If you'd like to read more about our security measures and privacy policy, check out this article:


Square, Inc.
100.5 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2013–2018 Square, Inc.


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