Fight boredom by playing this new app that lets you win an iPhone 11

It’s been almost two weeks since the whole Luzon was placed on an enhanced community quarantine. We all know how important it is to follow the strict protocol, for our own good and to help control the spread of COVID-19, but as our homes provide us with limited space to go around with, we are bound to get bored. Good thing, there are different apps that we can use on our smartphones to somehow entertain us. And did you know that there is a new app that will not only relinquish you from boredom but also gives you a chance to win a brand new iPhone 11.

Yes! You read that right. A brand new iPhone 11 among other things. Try out Bongga Ka Day!

Bongga Ka Day is simple: it lets you decide: Ano ang mas bongga? Each round, you are presented with two options from pop culture and you decide which one you like more. Options can be as random as “Mobile Legends or Adorable Home,” “Matteo Guidicelli or Mommy Divine,” “Showtime or Eat Bulaga!,” and “Bagong Jowa” or “Bagong iPhone.” To make it more fun, you can choose from categories like people, places, animals, entertainment, and gaming. The more that you play it, the closer you are to upgrading to a new smartphone.

To qualify for the iPhone 11, you just need to collect a certain amount of Bongga Coins. You can do this by logging in every day to collect the free ones, watching ads, and playing and winning the game. You win by selecting the more popular choice, which is declared daily. Soon, you can win additional Bongga Coins by answering surveys.

Here are also other prizes you can shop by exchanging your Bongga Coins!

Why don’t you make yourself productive by playing this game? It’s entertaining and you’ll end up with a new iPhone! Bongga ‘di ba?!

Download Bongga Ka Day app now! Available on App Store and the Google Play Store. Don’t forget to like their Bongga Ka Day’s Facebook page for more updates! #BonggaKaDay #BonggaKaDayApp

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