Google Opinion Rewards

Google Opinion Rewards

500,000 - 1,000,000 downloads

Pros
  • Great app concept with Google's reliability
  • Ease of use
  • Push notifications
Cons
  • Don't expect $1 per survey
  • If you aren't paying... you are the product
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Expert's Review
8.5
Great

"Get paid to answer Google's surveys"

Reviewed by / Nov 07, 2013

Opinion Rewards pushes survey questions you can answer in exchange for Google Play credits

As incredible as it may sound you can now refill your Google Wallet just by giving your opinion.

After installing the app, Google Opinion Rewards will be pushing survey questions like "Which logo is best" or "When do you plan on travelling next?" to your phone and expect you to answer them.

If you do, you'll be rewarded with Google Play credits that will allow you to purchase apps, books and movies from the Play store.

At first launch, you'll be asked to enter some information about yourself such as gender, location, age, etc and complete a sample survey. After that, Google will send you a push notification when a new survey worth Google Play credits is available.

Don't expect spending a whole day answering surveys to increase your credit quickly. Surveys are pushed at its own pace.

As it couldn't be otherwise, Opinion Rewards app is set in a minimalist and intuitive UI, Google-style. The only catch? It is currently only available to users located in the US.

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Developer's original description available here
Answer quick surveys and earn Google Play credits with Google Opinion Rewards, an app created by Google Consumer Surveys.

Getting started is easy. Download the app and answer basic questions about yourself. We'll then send you surveys around once a week, although it may be more or less frequent. You'll get a notification on your phone when a short and relevant survey is ready for you, and can receive up to $1.00 USD (or local equivalent) in Play credits for completing it. Questions can range from, "Which logo is best?" and "Which promotion is most compelling?" to "When do you plan on traveling next?"

This is currently available to users located in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, and Australia.

Recently changed in this version

More reliably send feedback; TalkBack accessibility improvements.


Lists with Google Opinion Rewards

Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Emmanuel Lund.

Comments and ratings for Google Opinion Rewards
  • (66)

    by Lynna W. on 25/07/2014

    I haven't had any surveys in a while.. :(

  • (66)

    by Fyodor Wolf on 25/07/2014

    Claiming you don't know about a service jips you of a reward. Just play along and answer more questions to get paid more!!!

  • (66)

    by Erick Hoegen on 25/07/2014

    Dont get enough surveys

  • (66)

    by Kyle Bollhorst on 25/07/2014

    It never made it past the loading wheel in any of the attempts I made to open it. GS4

  • (66)

    by Robert Stephens on 25/07/2014

    The app is worthless. TAPJOY pays better and more consistently just for watching videos. Kept for 3 months not 1cent. Uninstalling.

  • (66)

    by kellyanne S on 25/07/2014

    Since downloading a wee while back I've only had 2 surveys as I'm always getting notifications about my memory being low & boosting to save If surveys don't start picking up might have uninstall unfortunately. TO APP DEVELOPER S plz can you give some tips as to how I can receive more surveys.

  • (66)

    by Dan Lam on 25/07/2014

    Man waiting for a survey is like waiting for heroin or crack. You're always wanting that survey like you want that drug. Checking in it does nothing yet you still check. It's horrible.