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Google Opinion Rewards - Free play store credit for the odd notification asking you survey questions. Not as intrusive as it sounds. I have about £7 of credit at the mo!
There is an app called Google Opinion Rewards. Every week or so you get a chance to do a survey for a chance at money added to your google wallet. The best part is as soon as you set it up, the first survey comes immediately and gives you a dollar. I used that to pay for the ad-free version of Textra.
Now I only have like $2 in my wallet, but it's free money and I just use it for apps I want.
Edit: RIP my inbox yikes
Here's the link [link]
If you can't find it in the store it's probably not supported on your device.
THIS IS ANDROID ONLY
Also only US and a few other countries
Google opinion rewards. Get paid to answer questions, never pay for anything in the play store again
Edit: link to app
Edit edit: for those of you who never got questions I would check to make sure you have location services on as well as making sure you allow it to run in the background (I think this was a manual setting I had to change for it and the Gmail app to work properly on the most recent version of Android)
I'll take this opportunity to plug Google Opinion Rewards. It's not necessarily my favorite app, but I've never paid anything out of my own pocket on the Play Store because of it. When you install it, you will occasionally get notifications to take a survey. I usually get about 1-2 a week depending on where I go/what I do. Surveys last about 30 seconds to a minute. Sometimes you'll watch a video or something. They most commonly ask surveys about local shopping experiences so make sure to keep Location data turned on, unless you're not okay with them tracking you. Here are my earnings for the past 2 years as an example: [link]. Unfortunately, it's Android only because the credit they give you is only useful on the Google Play Store. Make sure to answer the questions truthfully for the best results because I believe they insert bogus options for answer choices occasionally to make sure you are being truthful, but that's just my theory.
Google Opinion Rewards. Free money for answering a few questions every few days.
Link for those who are curious. [link]
>* Google Opinion Rewards - So I can get 0.12 cents for telling Google where I was and that I drove my car to get there
I just got a buck for telling Google I've never had a mini stroke. Is this a common thing? I might like this, if its a common thing.
Google Opinion Rewards -- Get Play Store credit for answering short surveys. Women tend to get more than men. It's not alot at a time, and surveys frequency is all over the place, but it adds up. I've gotten $53.61 over the past 2 years and my girlfriend has gotten about $45 in just the past year.
I've done this since January 2014. I've accumulated about $40 in surveys. It's nice to get free movie rentals or apps when you need them.
Don't lie or embellish in your answers. Nobody can fool Google over the course of years.
Proof and data for the curious: [link]
I'm happy to answer any questions.
Interesting app ID: paid tasks.
Jumping on this bandwagon. I know you're joking but I still wanted to suggest ppl try out the Google Rewards app. You get play store credit for answering surveys. Anywhere from US$0.10 to US$1.00 per survey. They are also typically very short. I've earned at total of $36 since starting it and still have $16 left (I rarely download paid apps not for any specific reason, just happens that way). If you have location always turned on it can get a little creepy by sending you surveys of places you been at or nearby. I'm ok with this but you might not
Download Google Opinion Rewards. Google sends you surveys every so often and they pay $0.10-1.00 per survey and its added to your Google Wallet™ which can in turn use for in-app payments.
If you're on Android - install Google opinion rewards (search the play store).
Do a few surveys, they reward you with play store credit. Most times the very first survey is worth $1. Wait a few days, get over $2.
Purchase BR from the play store with store credit. Don't use in app purchase.
No ads for life, cost you nothing.
Also, the rewards app works better if you leave location history on. You'll get surveys asking to rank stores you've visited. Just don't lie to the app, they'll know you're lieing and stop sending you surveys.
I've been doing Google opinion rewards for 1.5 years, and have over $75 in play store credit.
Edit:. Here's the link to the rewards app:
I'll start. For Android users, Google Opinion Rewards will give you Play credit for answering market research questions. The amount of questions you get deepens heavily on your demographics it seems, as my female friend of the same age gets about twice as many questions as I do, but I've still obtained like six or seven dollars in the past few weeks. Nothing amazing, but spending money.
Get Google Opinion Rewards, it pays you in Play Store credit for answering surveys. You'll have enough credit to purchase in no time.
I always put 2k eggs into the orange incubator (they have the best stardust per km return). If I don't have a 2k egg avaiable, only then will I put a 5k into the orange incubator. Blue incubators I use almost exclusively for 10k eggs but will put an occasional 5k in just in order to help clear eggs from my inventory (mostly in those cases where you only have 5k eggs)
I haven't had to do it in a while but I also supplement gym coins with the free money that can be obtained using Google Opinion Rewards app. It doesn't pay out a ton but it can eventually add up and everything helps if you're going the F2P route.
Have you tried Google Opinion Rewards? You take surveys and get Google Play credit, that's how I purchase all my apps.
Google Opinion Rewards is an Android app where you answer surveys for Play Store credit. It is unique from other survey programs in that the surveys are short (longest I've seen had 7 questions) and rewards seem better than others (I got 59¢ for about a minute of my time once). Link
11) Typescript und grundlegendes HTML lernen.
Damit lassen sich recht einfach nette kleine HTML5 Games erstellen. Dann z.Bsp. auf Gamejolt hochladen und mit den Werbeeinnahmen Geld verdienen. Da es auf der Webseite gespielt wird, sind die auch gar nicht so übel. Ist nicht viel und man braucht ein gutes Spiel um mehr zu verdienen, aber ein paar Euro kommen zusammen. Grafiken und Musik kann man lizensieren für ein paar Euro. Hier ein Beispiel für einen Entry Point in eine Typescript Phaser App: [link]
12) Google Opinion Rewards
Nicht viel, aber man kann damit wenigstens regelmäßig ein paar Apps kaufen oder die Werbung in einer abschalten etc. Natürlich hurt man sich aus und die Antworten sollten konsistent sein. Sonst kann es sein, dass man ausgeschlossen wird.
Install Google Opinions Rewards and fill out surveys for google play credit! Never spend a dime, but get that premium gacha gold! I'm not a spambot, I just think that people who use google play should get this app!
It gives you about .10- .50 cents a survey, it's non intrusive and it makes it easy to spend google play credits guilt free. :')
A PSA for US (or apparently some other countries)-based* Android users: Google has an app where you can answer opinion surveys and receive Play Store credit. It's a only like a dollar at a time, but this credit can be used to purchase packs.
That's my answer too. Assuming you aren't renting too often, Google Opinion Rewards can probably pay for most of your movie rentals without costing you anything out of pocket. I have $16.80 in credit right now.
Install Google Rewards ASAP!
I've purchased Play Cards before but the Rewards program has given me lots of credit to try new & exciting Apps! I've acquired $50 in 2x years- other users here have doubled that! 😲
Some instructions to increase the frequency of receiving surveys:
When in a mall or an area with lots of foot traffic & storefronts...
Some instructions to receive credit on completing a survey:
Google Opinion Rewards.
Sign up and take surveys. Most questions are based on where you've been before and shopping experiences at stores you've visited and it could depend on your demographic as well, so your mileage may vary.
Google Opinion Rewards is also worth an install! You get anywhere between $0.10 and $0.80 for answering quick little 30 second surveys every now and then. It's a slow build up, but it's nice orb money now and then.
If you really like this app but don't want to spend the money, Google has a rewards app just for taking surveys. It's kind of amazing. Haven't paid for an app in forever.
Google Opinion Rewards: [link]
The sooner you get an Android phone, the sooner you can start doing Google opinion surveys, which give you play store credit. You'll have your app library back in no time.
Edit: link: [link]
Rewards. Install this, then you'll receive surveys.
However, if you're in a demographic that is already largely using the app, you might receive less surveys than others.
Whales and dolphins that have a Costco account can actually buy discounted cards from them. There's usually $100 giftcards for $83 and on the rarer occasion, $50 gift cards discounted to about $40.
There's also an app Google has that gives you a bit of money for answering survey questions based on your location which another member of this sub told me about: here. You won't be making big bucks from it, but it can help supplement purchases.
A PSA for Android users: Google has an app where you can answer opinion surveys and receive Play Store credit. This credit can be used to purchase packs if you download through the play store.
Google Opinion Rewards is an android app that gives you google play store credit for surveys you answer. Keep in mind this is dependent on where you live and what stores you visit, BUT if you're playing pokemon go you'll probably get a lot of surveys.
I ended up getting $5 dollars yesterday from all the stores I visited because of the pokestops and gyms. Also answer the surveys truthfully, you'll only screw yourself over if you lie.
It's and app that randomly notifies you of a <2 minute survey, that seems to be based on recent location, and automatically deposits anywhere form 10 cents to 80 or more per survey into your Google play account
It will ask you for a payment method, but it's still $0.00. If you don't want to enter any credit card information, install the Google Opinion Rewards app and use that as your "payment method". Plus, with that installed, you could be asked to take surveys and get some small amounts of money, which you could use in the future to pay for any apps you want.
Not an immediate solution, but do this: Install Google Opinion Rewards. In the future you'll have Google cash to use to buy stuff in the Play Store.
Technically $0. For those who don't know about Google Opinion Rewards, it's a Google app that gives you play store credit for completing surveys that occasionally get sent to you. I don't really buy apps so I have about $11 saved up and spent 5 of it. Never actually spent my own money on it though.
Even after 2 hours. If you provide a reason why you want to refund the app, they will allow it. I managed to refund poweramp 3 days after I bought it.
Also if you don't know, there's Google opinion rewards, earn Google play money by answering surveys.
EDIT: Added link to Google Opinion Rewards
Me either. Which is why Google Opinion Rewards is the next mandatory install for anyone on Android.
Free credit = free app purchases.
> they would have been self-selected, rather than randomly selected
They are self-selected to be part of Google Opinion Rewards, but the polls you get as an end-user are completely random - you don't self-select them unless you choose not to respond (an issue in all polling, and of course elections themselves).
Did you read their footnote?
>* This survey was conducted via Google Surveys over April 10 to 12, 2015. Google Surveys uses a Bayesian, river-sampling methodology – online and mobile – to yield a population reflective sample of Alberta’s population. Hence, no margin of error is reported. Of note, Alberta has among the highest penetration rates of mobile usage in North America, and broadband internet access exceeds land line usage.
> <snip bits about how it has been found a very useful polling method>
> A note on skew and polling methodology: It is likely that Google Surveys may have slight left skew in Alberta. We have noted that IVR polls in this province skew right. So, in triangulating polling data, the truth is somewhere in between.
Google Opinion Rewards - Do surveys, earn Play store credits. I have over $30 in credits left ($20 from a promo on buying a Chromecast), and about $50 earned overall. They can be spent on apps or if you wanted - Pogo Coins. Except, I'm a freego player though. Never spent a cent on this game, going to keep going!
Nova tips which require the Prime (paid) version. Worth it.
Google Opinion Rewards - answer short surveys (tend to be location based) to get free Play Store money.
Some time last year Google implemented Family Library. If someone else in your family has been purchasing stuff on the Play Store, they can add you to their family and you cam grab the paid apps for free.
For ad-free browsing (no root), Firefox with uBlock Origin extension.
Otherwise, I don't have many apps to suggest since I don't know what you use your phone for. Podcasts? Torrents? Music? Social network apps?
Google Opinion Rewards will periodically send you short surveys (usually 3 or less questions) and reward you with Google Play credit in the form of $. The first survey you complete (shortly after installing and setting it up) will give you $1, and subsequent surveys will award $.10-$.50 on average. The credit is immediately added to your Google balance, which can be used for anything from Play Store purchases, to in-app-purchases.
If you have Android and get the Google Rewards app (you get paid for taking Google made surveys about products) you can use that money in the play store too and get it for free basically. So there's no excuses not to get this legitimately
[link] (not a referral link)
You should perhaps consider the Google Rewards Survey app and reduce that number to zero by letting it ask you about where you've been in return for money to spend on Google Play.
Check out google's opinion rewards. It won't make you rich or get you 2 packs within a month, but its so simple and easy that every once and a while you can get something
This will give you the occassional survey and reimburse you for taking it in the form of google play credit that you can use to buy things in any google play store. To get the most surveys, answer truthfully and keep your location data on. I have a friend who gets a survey every day since he's always near a CVS.
Go here and download. [link]
Periodically they will send you surveys and pay you. You can only use the credits on the Play Store.
I've been playing the heck out of it on Android - I also make use of Google Opinion Rewards to earn money for apps and stuff, so while I've dropped some "money" on power-ups, it hasn't been real money, so I'm not too bothered.
For those curious about the Google Opinion Rewards: [link]
Answer surveys and get google play credit. Surveys are ~30 seconds. It's paid for a few apps for me already.
Do google opinions surveys for Google play credit. I usually get about a buck a week and normally spend it on singles that I like but don't want the whole cd or can't be bothered to find for free elsewhere.
Pretty sure this is said a lot around here, but people should definitely check out Google Opinion Rewards ([link]).
It's basically very short surveys (not more than 5 questions, usually), which ask you questions about places you've visited based on your GPS. Even if they get it wrong and you haven't visited the place they thought you visited, just answering that earns 10 cents. I usually get 3 or so surveys a week, they all earn between 10 cents to $1.00, and in the year since I started using it I've earned $38.
Of course, not huge, but I used it for movie rentals on new movies. Pretty nice to get easy, legal movie rentals for "free".
You can earn Google Play Store credit by downloading the Google Opinion Rewards App and taking part in quick surveys.
Free version has less reticles. I don't think the ACSS reticles are in it. I use the Strelok+ app as well.
Edit: I recommend using the Google Opinion Rewards app on Android to get free Play store credits. Thats how I bought the Strelok app at least.
Google's surveys for people with Android phones. You get paid around 10c-$2 per survey, into your balance, which you can use for games/apps/movies etc.
That said, now I have $13 in my Google Play account, and nothing I really want to spend it on. At least it's quick and easy.
Google Opinion Rewards
It looks like what it gives is Play Store Credit.
If you're looking for a way to make a little bit of extra money from small tasks, maybe look into Amazon's Mechanical Turk.
You might want to look into the Google Opinion Rewards app - you get some Google Play credits by occasionally doing short surveys. Don't need a card attached to your account and usually have enough to pick up deals like this.
Google Opinion Rewards people! they give you surveys for places your already going, 3 questions and they give you .20-.97 cents(play store credit) for it. I ended up earning 10 bucks in a couple weeks, all spent on PoGo of course.
I've since spent "real" money but still earn this on the side as well. You should really think about getting it, it's free and it's perfect for Pokemon Go.
If you have an Android phone, you can get Google Opinion Rewards and get Google Play credit for doing surveys.
Use google rewards surveys. I get 2$ in google play every month or so. Takes 15 seconds to do surveys. Get play mo ey for answering short surveys. [link]
If you feel you really need money for orbs I might suggest surveys and google opinion rewards. I've bought about 30 dollars worh of orbs just from using the money I've gotten from these apps.
You either need a card on file or some Google play credit(any amount I think) If you have an android smartphone try Google Opinion Rewards to get a few cents into your account.
Google Rewards, [link] take some short surveys and earn money to spend in the play store. I haven't paid for an app with my own money in a couple of years.
I suggest everyone here who doesn't have it already, take advantage of Google Opinion Rewards. You can do surveys about nearby businesses and whatnot, and receive Google play credit for it. Depending on where you live, you could get $0.10 a week, or a couple bucks every couple days. I don't buy apps very often, but when I do, I barely pay for them anymore. It's nice to save for when things like this pop up.
Here's a link to the app, it usually takes less than a minute to do a survey.
This isn't the answer you're looking for, but Goggle Opinion Rewards will give you a few bucks a month in Play credit for answering 5 second surveys. It's a great way to pay for ad-free versions of those apps you're trying to whitelist.
Don't expect big or consistent payouts, but I've been averaging $3.78/mo for the last three and a half years. Some months are bone dry, but others will pay upwards of $10 if you're the kind of person they're looking for. Just keep the app updated, turn on location sharing, and wait. It helps if you make purchasing decisions at home or your work, or if you own a small business (and yes, I've heard even "freelance blogger" counts).
Well if you have an Android phone, the Google Opinion Rewards app gives you Google Play credit for answering random surveys. I can fill them out while both swearing and procrastinating, although I haven't figured out napping yet.
Earn Google Play credit by answering short surveys. Download Google Opinion Rewards now: [link]
Short survey's, asking about stores you have been in, how you rate them, things like that.
If you have an android phone, I would suggest grabbing Google Opinion Rewards. [link]
You get surveys sent to you that take a few seconds, and get $0.10-$1 in Google Play credit for each one you complete. Just be honest, though, as they sometimes through in trick questions (like "have you been to (enter some place that doesn't exist) in the past year?")
I've gotten probably $14 of free credit in the past year. YMMV depending on location and answers to questions.
Pocket Mortys, the recent Rick and Morty iOS/Android Pokemon knockoff, does F2P pretty well IMO. No timers, no buying any in-game currency, the only thing you can spend actual money on are tickets for the Blips-n-Chitz machine, which gives you three random items and one random Morty. You can still get any of those items through the regular gameplay without spending a dime, although you may wind up with some rarer or more valuable items or Mortys than you'd find earlier than you did normally, which is a nice incentive to pay for tickets, but it's not anything you wouldn't be able to find just from playing the game normally.
And instead of buying currency, it does give you the option to watch a short ad and receive 30 schmekels, but you can't just buy them.
And since it's all single-player, there's no competitive advantage to buying anything unless you count collecting things faster for bragging rights.
I was expecting the pay-to-win element to be present in spades, being a TV-licensed free-to-play game, but I've been pleasantly surprised and honestly kinda addicted to the game the past few days. I've spent maybe $3 of my Google Opinion Rewards credits (a nice way to make some extra cash for Google play shit if you don't mind selling your information to Google for like $0.30 a pop), but I've never felt compelled to do so.
Since this is getting talked about i need to bring something to your attention;
It is a way to easily get a few bucks a month ( i usually get about 10-12$) in google credit.
I use this to rent movies on Youtube, buy apps and pay for micro-transactions from time to time.
Its actually pretty awesome since the surveys are generally super quick and not very invasive or weird and it is run by google directly.
The app costs a few bucks. That is the price of a beer, hamburger, etc. If the app went on sale for 20% off it would save you something like $0.50... so you are saying you cannot afford the app at full price but can afford it for 50 cents less?!
If you cannot buy Pro or the IAP to remove ads... then the free app has all the same functionality just has ads.
You could also use Google Opinion Rewards and earn some money towards Google Play purchases and use that to buy Sync.
Hey, I'm not sure how helpful this will be, but I just got the 5$/month deal without actually having to pay for it. There's an app called google opinion rewards that allows you to earn google play credit by taking surveys. It took me a couple months to get to $10, but it is a form of payment that's accepted by Mega. If anyone like me happens to already be doing these surveys, they can use the credit.
Hope this helps!
Regarding the payout per survey- here's what it says in the app description on Google Play :
> 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 in Play credit for completing it.
Here's what it says on Google's blog page announcing the app on iOS:
> When there’s a survey ready for you, we’ll send a notification. Answer when it’s convenient for you—maybe while you’re waiting for the train or in line at the post office. You'll earn up to $1 for each completed survey, which you’ll receive via your linked PayPal account.
The V app is probably your best bet, but you do have to pay for it. If you're running low on money and own an android phone, the app Google Opinion Rewards can help you earn some free $$ from the surveys. I've earned over $8 so far, it really comes in handy for things like this.
Sign up for Google Opinion Rewards. I haven't bought anything from the play store out of pocket in a couple years.
If you've got an android phone then get the Google Opinion Rewards app. I've been casually mining it for a few months to get cash for free to blow on F2P games.
Agreed. The key lockers are a boon.
To assist your Ingress fund - assuming you run android - Google Opinion Rewards to drip feed your Play Credit.
Strangely enough it seems legit after some quick google searches, BUT it also looks like some people are experiencing serious delay to get their payment.
If you need Google Play credit I would suggest getting Google Opinion Rewards if your country is supported.
Download the ROBLOX App. And use the Google Opinion Rewards, once you get 1$ just open up the Roblox App, and purchase robux with the free money. If you're lucky you can make about 80 robux a week or two.
I use Sync (Pro) for Reddit. I use the app daily and want to support the developer.
Also sign up for Google Opinion Rewards and you quickly won't have to pay for any apps at all.
when you search for 'google opinion' it will be the first app that shows up
( or use this link to the play store [link])
Don't forget to download Google Opinion Rewards for even more free money!
Edit: /u/sample_material makes a valid point below. Credit where credit is due.
Just went into the app and chose "share"
I don't see anything that links back to me.
Earn Google Play credit by answering short surveys. Download Google Opinion Rewards now: [link]
> For example, I am about 100 diamonds away from being able to speed up an upgrade. I'd be willing to spent $1 for 100 or so to do this.
Isn't $0.01/diamond more or less what diamonds cost?
Anyway, if you are looking to reduce the cost of your diamonds, I can recommend the following on the Android platform:
Disclaimer: Neither of the above are affiliate links or anything shady like that. They are direct links and do not provide me with any type of bonus or anything.
Those surveys are Google surveys, they're the exact same ones you'd find on the Google Opinion rewards app.
And I for one am completely okay with taking a two question survey if it keeps things free.
Also, if you have an android phone, download Google Opinion Rewards app. I get random surveys every other day based on stores I visited or hobbies, each one takes like 3 questions or less. Gives a minimum $0.10, but usually $0.20-0.50. Then, use this play store credit to pay for Lastpass subscription $12/yr from inside the Lastpass android app.
Just a note, answer all surveys as accurately as possible. In other words, don't lie under the pretext that you might get more surveys. It has ways of detecting false answers. Few surveys are better than none at all.
Full page ads in gallery were implemented due to imgur's increased api cost.
If you want to disable ads but not pay out of pocket, use Google Opinion Rewards.
You should download Google opinion rewards, it gives you free Monday one to take like 3 question surveys that you could use towards your play store purchases
And if you use Google Opinion Rewards, you can literally get every outfit for free. It just takes some time.
Thanks for posting this. As we are getting into the (very) rainy season here in FL, I've been looking for a better weather app. And since it is on Android, if anyone doesn't know about it, check out Google Opinion Rewards.
Very quick surveys that give you a few cents to play with on the store for free. Add ups pretty quickly for testing out apps!
Not sure everyone is aware but Google also has a rewards app where you answer some simple questions (normally 30seconds) and they give you some free credit too spend in the playstore. The amount I made this week was around £1.60 and that covers this phantom king pack.
> Also, and the primary reason I posted the image, the question is stupid. There is no conceivable way that aggregating underwear changing habits of readers will generate more revenue for the Post-Dispatch.
The P-D does not generate these questions. Google offers a service where you can survey consumers, and you pay per response. If you have an Android phone they will even push these surveys to you and you get a share of the money that you can spend on the Play Store; your share often ranges between 10 and 75 cents per survey. I assume that in these surveys embedded in news paywalls, the publisher get that money instead.
Now the problem is that consumers have an incentive to not actually "answer" the survey. In the case of the Opinion Rewards app, people will just mash through it to get the money. In the P-D's case you're just going to click some random BS answer.
What I've seen often with both the phone app and the P-D surveys is that periodically you are presented with a survey whose questions are generally absurd, like "Who is buried in Grant's Tomb" absurd. My hunch is that these questions are put together to identify and filter out people who click random answers before reading.
I would bet that if you chose an unexpected answer to too many of these "sentinel" questions, you'd be flagged as a low-quality answerer, and future surveys you are presented with do not actually result in the survey requestor getting charged or the P-D getting money.
This one. It's a legitimate app from Google that gives you Play Store credit good for a year for answering short surveys. Personally, I've seen an average of 1 survey a day the past couple years. I have earned a total of $64.60 in 2015 alone from that. I'd have to add up the numbers manually to figure out how much i earned in the past 365 days but I know I spent somewhere around $100 on lunchboxes. I'd been saving it up since buying most of the games I'm interested in (XCOM, etc). To support a company like Bethesda doing something like this game as a freebie, promotional or not, I feel that's well spent.
Now before anyone gets pissy about this, I do not get a kickback or credit if folks sign up. There's no referral bonus or anything; the link above is simply copied from my browser. I know some other such programs exist, some of which even pay out. This isn't one of those sorts of things. Obviously, depending on what you do and who you are, you may see less or even more surveys than I do. Once they figured out I am a business owner, I started seeing a fair amount. Friends I know see maybe half as many surveys as I do. Still, for a few seconds answering questions, I figure it's worth it. It certainly pays for all my mobile app needs, that's for sure! I ran out of things to buy a year or more ago ... right up until Bethesda announced this game. :D
It is. It's the Google Opinion Rewards app. I don't choose what they send. It's everything from what kind of cars do I like to when I last visited Lowes. This was the first political one I have seen.
It's a Google app that sometimes sends you surveys about stores you went, what you like to watch on YouTube, etc: [link]
Remember, you never went to the water park.
Haven't paid for an online rental in a very long time thanks to Google Opinion Rewards and free Amazon credits.
The only cash I've spent so far has been free Google Play money I have saved up using Google Opinion Rewards. So even though I technically purchased orbs, I still solidly consider myself F2P.
Yeah, they are really short and you only get like $0.20 at a time, but it adds up after awhile. I've bought a few apps, books, and 3 months to FF that cheap me wouldn't have pulled the trigger on. I actually heard about it in a reddit thread last year. [link]
I hope you are the drawing winner!
Try Google Opinion Rewards to earn some Play Store credit.
> Get paid for answering short surveys. Download Google Opinion Rewards now: [link]
To /u/MarinheiroTX, thank you for this app. I'll give it a go and see how I like it.
To anyone bitching about this, and your precious two dollars, go install Google Opinion Rewards and then Google will pay you for your whiny opinions.
You can then use that money to pay for this developer's time and save your precious two dollars.
Android users! Get Google Opinion Reward, do a few surveys and get Google Play credits. use them to buy Lures, don't waste your money!