Match. Chat. Play.
Plink – the revolutionary app for gamers.
Forget about playing alone - find your perfect teammate, influence game history and plunge into a global game community.
Want to improve your gamerscore?
Play with supreme teammates that match you through age, country and language.
Get results you couldn’t even imagine before! Learn how the leaders play, chat with them, discover a thrilling game stats, share it with friends.
Be the first to play new trending games. All of these make Plink a unique solution for gamers.
Ever dream of becoming popular in the game community? Create your own squad with hundreds of gamers! Follow popular streamers and stream online! Get thousands of followers easily for free!
Use Swipes to like or pass on players. If someone likes you back, it’s a Match! No stress. No rejection. No playing alone. Just go through profiles, chat or call, play together, and see how your stats improve.
Trust us. Our search system will analyze your game skills and find the best teammate for you. MMORPG or FPS? “Counter-Strike” or “Dota 2"? Stop pestering each other with questions! Be in the loop for the favorite genres and the available games of your teammates. Create your own game community and spark something new.
Be in touch. With our user-friendly news feed, you’ll be the first to find out when your teammates kill an imbalanced monster or achieve a new high score. Share your in-game results and stream in a community where it’ll be appreciated by thousands of gamers.
- Plink supports all popular games, including Call of Duty, Apex Legends, Battlefield 5, Destiny 2, Overwatch, Counter-Strike and many others.
- Never play alone - with Plink, you'll discover gamers who play the way you do!
- Enjoy sharing, voting, and discussing games.
- High-quality voice calls, group chats, private messages – feel free to use either the mobile or desktop version.
With Plink, there are no limits!
We are glad to announce new Plink update.
With this update we have improved global user search, simplified editing your avatar and made our matchmaking algorithm to work faster.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I saw an add on Snapchat, and oh boy was I intrigued. I thought “oh, I wonder about all the people I will be able to meet.” I opened the app, excited but nervous, entered made a account (kind of confused how it got all the data to my account) and pressed next. At that moment I was hit with a paywall. The first 2 minutes of the app. You can at least play wizard 101 for some hours before you reach the pay wall. I was furious, so I went to the reviews to learn that people were having the same problems as I did. The reviews went back all the way to November, and you want to know what the developers said to the bad reviews? “We will fix it in the near future”. The near future is long gone plink industries. It’s been about 8 months. I am flabbergasted on how this app has a review of around 4.3. Yeah sure, I can try the free trial and see if it is worth it, but I am to scared to because I don’t know where I would go to cancel my subscription so I choose not to. Developers if you are truly reading this, then say the word “polka dot” in ur response. I just don’t think I should need a trial to see if I want to spend 20$ to meet people every month. I swear you could make money other ways with adds. So many gaming companies would throw money at you for adds on your app. Also the company won’t change anything if some of the community is giving them 20$ each month. They won’t have a reason to change it. Just please plink industries, fix your app.
Developer Response ,
Plink is completely different with and without subscription, We provide you with an opportunity to try the subscription for free, so you could understand the benefits it provides. If you cancel during free trial - you will not be charged.
Sketchy Business Model
The app lures you in with ads depicting almost a tinder-like matchmaking system where you get paired up with people that play similar games to you. Sounds great, right? Well once the veil is pulled away and you finish logging in to the app, you’re slapped with a forced subscription request of $17 a month! Now, the developer claims to offer a free version of the app that has the same features, but at a “limited frequency”. However, you have to begin the free trial and then cancel it to get to this. Why isn’t the free version offered up front and then have the subscription subtly pushed later?
I then go to the app reviews and find that dozens of other people have the same complaint (polka dot). The more upsetting issue with the reviews, though, was the fact that the app was still rated 4.3 stars. So I thought “What could the people that rated it 5 stars have to say?”. Well 99% of the reviews didn’t say anything in particular about the app. Most of these reviews just say things like “My most favorite app!” or “Truly a life changing app! #1!”. You know, a very vague review that could be said about any kind of app. It’s likely they paid some business to inject thousands of 5 star reviews using bogus usernames and leaving vague reviews to seem more favored than they are by their own users. Truly a wolf in sheep’s clothing.
Just read any 5-star response.
So just like any other normal human being, I downloaded Plink because it looked like it offered something I haven’t really seen before on the market. Of course, there’s Discord and that other thing that starts with a Z, but supposedly this “social gaming network” offers easy and quick matchups. And of course, after making my profile, I run into the same problem every other normal human ran into. An inescapable paywall that makes you pay $17! Now, this technically shouldn’t be a problem, as the obvious rating should be insanely low, right? Well, as many other reviews have stated, it’s downright baffling how this app has 4.3 stars. It should have already gotten around a low two or maybe even mid 1 star. The problem is, the developers obviously either offer some tempting in game reward for leaving a meaningless 5-star review, or simply make gibberish names and subject lines to leave a 5-star review that says “Great app!” even though the bitter reality is that Plink is far from it. In the end, this is just another example of greedy devs doing their absolute best to look amazing and get gamer girls to do their advertising, when behind it all is just a subpar app that doesn’t even do its job unless you pay the same amount of money as a whole new PC game every month.
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- 399.6 MB
- Social Networking
Requires iOS 11.4 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Turkish
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
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- In-App Purchases
- PLINK PRO monthly (id20031017) $16.99
- PLINK Pro month subscription $19.99
- PLINK Pro subs $2.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.