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Edit: Getting lots of questions about iPhones -- unfortunately I'm not aware of an equivalent for the App Store. If somebody knows of one, I'll gladly add it to my comment.
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 Rewards is a survey app I use. Basically, the app tracks your location and asks you questions about your shopping habits, what you watch on TV, etc.
So basically trade your privacy for cash, instead of ads.
Step 1: Install Google Opinion Rewards
Step 2: Live your life.
Step 3: Take 5-20 second surveys every so often that give you $0.10 to $1.00 in Google Play money
Step 4: Buy Sync for reddit for free!
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
You should download Google Opinion Rewards.
All you have to do is answer survey questions to earn credit that can be used in the Play Store. I have earned nearly $200.00 over the course of a few years.
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.
I've been using RiF (GP) for at least 7 years and see no ads, at all.
Download Google Opinion Rewards, and then buy the golden platinum edition with the free credit.
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.
I've used Google Opinion Rewards for a few years, and absolutely love it.
Throughout the day (usually 1 every day or two for me, varies though) a 10 second survey will pop up, and give a little bit of change for Google Play. Over time, this really adds up, and I generally make $10 every month or two, which I use to buy things in games. Definitely worth a try, it's free money!
Be honest, as Google occasionally asks you verification questions. Unless you're a rare demographic, you probably won't be getting $40 worth of credits.
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.
If you use the app enough to notice and complain about ads, you can afford the few bucks it costs for ad free browsing.
As an Android user you have access to Google Opinion Rewards that pays you in Play Store credit for answering short questions about your behavior (both on and offline). To date I have earned nearly $60 for taking a minute or less out of my day to take surveys, plus the credits last for 1 year after they've been received.
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.
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:
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.
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.
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
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 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.
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!
> 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.
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.
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
Check out "Google opinion rewards". Basically you take little 3 question surveys for play store credit. Since I don't buy apps often I just use the credit for reddit gold instead. It takes seconds a day and costs me nothing! I love it.
Edit: here's the link
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)
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.
Google has a survey app that allows you to get Google play credits which can be used to buy apps, movies, music, or in app purchases. Surveys range in length and you only get surveys when Google gives you them but they are 98% of the time 30 seconds to complete.
It's also worth noting that Torque Pro might not even you cost anything on Android if you download Google Opinion Rewards.
If you're using an Apple product, you CANNOT use a Bluetooth ELM327 OBDII scanner; has to be a WiFi ELM327.
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.
> Unless they offer something that Netflix, Hulu, and Prime don't.
How about "free" movie rentals? I do a lot of movie rentals in Google Play Movies, pretty much always paid for with credit I get from taking surveys in the Google Opinion Rewards app.
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.
You can get Google Play credits EZ with the Google Opinion Rewards app then you don't have to have a pay option except the few cents you have in "Google Account Credit."
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).
Google Opinion Rewards "pays" you in Google Play Credits for taking surveys. It is not a continual stream of surveys - they send you one when they think it applies to you. It is just a few cents here and there, but it can build up which you can use to make purchases in your mobile games.
Best bet is to turn on your location - the majority of my surveys have been asking about places I have been. Hope this helps!
The extra features are nice, but you can certainly make do with the basic version if you just want to chart and track.
If you have an android phone you can get the Google Opinion Rewards app and earn play credit via surveys (not a lot, just a little at a time) which will allow you to use the credits for apps or in app purchases. Since I had some banked up I've used it for FF. I'm not sure I'd spend real money on it.
Avec Google Opinion Rewards j'ai pu m’offrir "Door Kickers" sur Android. Il s'agit d'un jeu tactique dans lequel on dirige une équipe d'intervention (SWAT). Vraiment un très bon jeu, certains portage PC => Smartphone sont vraiment bons :)
Notre fils de 14 mois fait depuis 1/2 semaines des nuits de 11h30 sans se réveiller. Cela nous fait un bien fou.
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 $1 for each completed survey, which you’ll receive via your linked PayPal account.
Download the ROBLOX App. And use the Google Opinion Rewards, once you get 1$ 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.
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.
Also, I'm sure this is common knowledge, but Google Opinion Rewards awards money that can be spent on the Google Play Store and in-game.
I have over $30 and it's SO good if you just want to spend a couple of bucks every now and then in game.
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.
You guys should try Google survey. They send you like thirty cents.
Edit: For the Lazy: [link]
Is this the one? Appears to give google play credit, not paypal
Google Opinion Rewards gets you free Google Play credit for answering survey questions.
You don't pay for it but Google Oppinion Rewards is a decent way to get play store money to buy apps with.
Google Opinion Rewards link for the lazy
Download Google Opinion Rewards, answer some surveys, acquire play store credit, purchase apps.
Fill out quick surveys for small amounts of play store credit, adds up pretty quick. [link]
Google Opinion Rewards It's free money
And they are asking questions in Hindi. What's the 4th option?
Got the same question again in English this time.
Earned ₹5.26 Got Another ₹9.10
PSA: Don't lie and remember which option you are choosing, they are going to ask the same question again to verify.
Google Opinion Rewards gives you Play Store credit for answering short surveys.
Cabinet is the file manager app I use. There are others. It's a good idea to have one.
Pocket lets you save articles to your phone for offline reading. Can be very useful if you find a long article you want to read at a later time. There are browser plugins so you can save stuff while on your computer.
Google Goggles can scan QR codes and can analyze your photos to recognize text, buildings, objects like music albums and provide you with a relevant link. I've got it set to analyze any photos I take with my regular camera app, so it sometimes surprises me. One time I photographed the front page of a little booklet and it linked me to a full digital PDF version.
Google Photos offers free unlimited online photo storage at good quality. It can automatically upload all your photos and you can make it delete any locally stored photos it has already backed up. It also has some very interesting search functionality that can categorize pictures based on what's in them.
For planning public transport trips there should be an app you can use for your country (There's several here in the Netherlands). Or Google Maps, depending on where you live.
For those who doubt the poll, and especially for those who didn't bother to read the entire blog post, let me extract the relevant data for you here:
First, they openly admit:
> IT IS LIKELY THAT GOOGLE SURVEYS MAY HAVE SLIGHT LEFT SKEW IN ALBERTA.
Hence, the title from OP isn't quite the title used by 1ABVote:
"POLL: NDP IN A (QUALIFIED) LEAD; WHILE “MATH” INDICATES CLOSING GAP WITH PCS"
> WE HAVE NOTED THAT IVR POLLS IN THIS PROVINCE SKEW RIGHT. SO, IN TRIANGULATING POLLING DATA, THE TRUTH IS SOMEWHERE IN BETWEEN.
Yes, IVR polls, conducted over the telephone, do tend to reflect older generations. Alberta is actually very young. It has the youngest MEDIAN age among all provinces in Canada:
Chart: Median ages of Canadian provinces and territories, 1982 & 2012 -- Stats Canada.
So internet polls are probably a useful piece of the puzzle, especially here in Alberta, which has a younger-than-average workforce.
Second, their use of the poll is limited:
> WHILE NOT DEFINITIVE (AS HAS BEEN WITNESSED WITH OTHER POLLING METHODS), IT PROVIDES QUALITY DIRECTIONAL DATA THAT IS ABLE TO STAND ON ITS OWN AND IN CONCERT WITH OTHER MODES OF DATA COLLECTION, AND WE CROSS VALIDATE ITS FINDINGS FROM OTHER POLLING FIRMS THAT USE OTHER FORMS OF TRADITIONAL POLLING.
As for the platform itself, "1Question Google Surveys", which based on Google's polling:
> THESE SURVEYS WERE CONDUCTED VIA GOOGLE SURVEYS OVER APRIL 3 TO 5, APRIL 16 TO 18, AND APRIL 24 TO 27, 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. GOOGLE SURVEYS WAS RATED AMONG THE BEST PERFORMING PLATFORMS IN THE 2012 US NATION ELECTIONS (RATED BY NATE SILVER, [link] ), AND WAS USED EXTENSIVELY BY BRIAN F. SINGH IN HIS WORK ON BRIAN BOWMAN’S SUCCESSFUL MAYORAL CAMPAIGN IN THE 2014 WINNIPEG MUNICIPAL ELECTION.
It has had some very good success in the recent past. As noted, the 538 blog... when it was on NYTimes rated Google's polling as among the best in the 2012 presidential election. Google Consumer Surveys has a good pricing model, which is probably why 1ABVote is using it, rather than because of an intentional or coincidental skew.
Google Consumer Surveys appears to partly use Google Opinion Rewards which rewards those who answer the poll with a credit for the Google Play Store; the app collects demographic data about the user separate from any questions answered. (Note: I haven't been asked any election questions by the yet!) As well as functioning as a paywall question for online publishers. So it's very likely that their methodology is demographically balanced even if it is limited to internet users; I'm sure that Google cross-references with lots of other data that they have on each person.
Finally, this poll, as far as trends go, fits well with the recent poll released by Forum on April 24th as well as Pantheon Research. Moreover, the poll used by 1ABVote has tracked well with other polls in the past, as you can see on Election Almanac, which lists all of the province-wide polls conducted over the course of this election.
I'll add: I don't work for any of the parties here, nor am I a member of any. Just a grad student in Edmonton, who is watching things closely.
Earn cents for quick surveys that add up quickly for use in the play store
If you don't want to buy it directly, use Google Opinion Rewards for a bit and you'll make the money easily.
Google Opinion Rewards app for free Google money from easy & quick surveys.
It's an app called Google Opinion Rewards that gives you Google Play credit for answering occasional surveys.
Link for the uninitiated.
Link for the lazy
ProTip: Google Opinion Rewards - the anti-paid app. Using it paid for nearly all of my paid apps
Here you go. Remember, truth is justice in action.
Do lots of those for a little money each, buy incubators with that money.
It took months, but I was able to save up $26.
With free money from Google, you can buy it. Google Opinion Rewards
>Can u send a link??
Here, have a link! =)
Install the "Google Opinion Rewards" app. Available on the play store.
It was through Google Opinion Rewards app so it isn't possible to rig.
Link me: google opinion rewards.
edit: I don't know how to use link me so here is the link to free money.
I bought a Mr. Handy using credit I got from Google Opinion Rewards
Actually Google Rewards is a survey app that gives you PlayStore credits.
have you looked into Google Rewards money for surveys.
Google Opinion Rewards, very short surveys earns you Play Store credit!
Google Opinion Rewards has surveys. I'm not sure what value the rewards are though.
For sure. On mobile so hopefully this link works!
Get money from doing surveys for Google. Then you won't feel bad about spending a buck or two on the occasional app.
You can get free Google Play Store credits to buy apps, rather than spending real money (Android only of course).
It's an app by Google that gives you Play Store credit for completing surveys - [link]
I have lots ofgoogle opinion money that can be easily used for your book on google play!
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.
Link to Google Opinion Rewards on Google Play Store
If you're on Android, this may help ease the pain: [link]
Especially when you can use Google Opinion Rewards to effectively get it for free.
It's a slow grind, but this app is worthwhile if you're on Android: [link]
It's Google's official survey app, it mostly just asks occasional location-based questions. You can spend the credit on in-app purchases, so you can buy coins in Go with it. I'm almost to $10, which I'm going to use to buy enough coins to buy that package.
I've made about $40 in play store credit doing 10 second surveys over the past 1-2 years in the bathroom. Haven't had to pay for an app in awhile!
No ads and bottom navigation are all that I know of. The ads didn't bother me and I would have been fine using the free version forever, but I just wanted to kick some instant cash the developer's way. I've owned sites that used Google Adsense and I know how few and far between the checks are.
I signed up for Google Opinion Rewards and I answer a few questions a month and make app and subscription fee money.
***NO I don't work for either. Just passing on a cool deal.
I actually have enough in Google Opinion Rewards. Appreciate the suggestion though! For those Android users, interested:
Note: it may use your device location and browsing history and sends you surveys. I think you can turn off some of those options if you don't want it tracking you, but you'll get fewer surveys. Might take a little while before you earn enough to buy something though. I think it's also on the Apple app store but I don't have experienced in using it.
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
Do google surveys for cash to use on google play!
Play Store Link for those who are not able to find it.
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.
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]
Because the people here gave shit answers, I'm gonna go ahead and answer your question.
Yes, it is technically possible to live without being employed or otherwise participating in capitalism and encouraging consumerism. There's already many government programs you can get on. Liberal/democrat states like california are great for switching over to an anarchist/communist lifestyle.
If you prefer to engage with capitalism and just 'have money without working', try looking for city/state/country/etc. that provides universal basic income. It's not widespread yet, and is still being experimented with. But I know some places have it. Also be sure to push and support it in the political space.
If you're more anarchist/communist, then here's some stuff to get you started:
Medicaid/State Medical Program - Absolutely free if you're unemployed and have no income. Works great. With the ACA you're also covered under your parents until you're 26. Just google medicaid and your state and look it up. Real simple, and you're basically auto-accepted. (Currently looking at being repealed by Trump but liberal/dem states will likely keep it)
Lifeline phone program - Free phone. Most states only offer a dumb phone and limited minutes/text, but if you're in california (or get your butt over here) you can get a smartphone, unlimited talk/text/data for free. I have this, works great. The smartphone they give is garbage, so I have my own $100 Moto G4 play that works great after moving the sim card over. See [link]
Those two I know work. Since I'm on both. I get my healthcare covered entirely, and I have a free phone. Check it out. The phone thing gets approved as long as you have a valid street address to ship the phone to (I have a PO box for mail but managed to get it through fine after emailing them.) The rest of this stuff I haven't personally tried.
Squatting - Pretty simple. Just pick an empty building and live/sleep there. Look for this logo which is the sign for squatting, which means just living in a place for free and not owning or paying rent. Getting something like a hammock to throw in your bag, or maybe like a classic japanese futon would be good for easily portable sleeping spaces (or just the ground works). Less ethical would be to fashion some lock picks and break into unused buildings. Alternatively sleep in public areas that are unlocked during the night (if you can find any). One guy actually lived in some tech company lobbies in SF because they provided food/shelter/wifi/etc. for free but he got kicked out after a month or two.
'Freegan'/Dumpster Diving/Costco samples/etc. - Not too many options for food. And is arguably the biggest issue. See /r/freeganism/. No need for a costco membership if you do that, just slip in with someone who has one. Water is obviously free, just go to the many drinking fountains around cities. Dumpster Diving can net a lot of good stuff: tech, clothes, food, etc.
Couch Surfing - Another shelter thing. Basically find people to crash with for a while, or for longer periods. See [link] Also craigslist or wherever else you can find similar posts. One guy used craigslist to live and travel places and he just helped out the people a little bit.
Events open to the public - More free food/swag/whatever. If you're near a techy college, look for hackathons and similar events. Usually they'll hand out t-shirts and food. I was well fed in college thanks to these, and I have a lot of t-shirts now all free.
Food Stamps/Government food program - Straight forward. States have their own things they do. I know California's is once again stellar, but I haven't tried it.
A couple of online things you can do for a couple of bucks on stuff. I've done these and they work:
Bing Rewards- [link] Not really much but gives about $5 month spendable on amazon if you do it. Since it doesn't expire, you can save up for more expensive items. I got quite a few games, juggling balls, etc. You could easily buy some food, tech, or whatever else you need. Just $5 month though, so it takes a while.
Google opinion rewards - [link] gives some google play credit free for doing a couple of surveys on your phone every now and again. Real quick/easy.
/r/piracy - In case you're still paying for software. Not legal, but everyone basically does it. Get games/books/software/movies/tv/etc. anything digital. Stop paying for digital stuff. Seriously.
Those are what I can think of off the top of my head. More sustainable and free ways of getting food and shelter are definitely something that needs work. For electricity you can get those solar powered chargers, or you can just plug in at a public place like a library or a school study room.
Definitely look into the various government programs. They're real nice if you can get on them.
All this is 'work' but not traditional employment or engaging in capitalism. Because fuck society. Humans have the right to be free and not be slaves. Join us: /r/anarchism, /r/rad_decentralization, /r/antiwork, etc.
Please do keep me in the loop if you figure out anything, or find out about something interesting. And remember, whenever you see something, ask how you can get it for free.
Edit: Oh, embrace /r/minimalism. A free lifestyle means you likely don't have a single place to stay, and thus need to pack light. If you own property, then just use that obviously.
You should download Google Opinion Rewards. Easy and legit way to earn money to spend on apps.
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!
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.
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.
Link for anybody interested
This is missing a serious tag, but whatever :)
I'm actually writing a post about 250 ways to make money online, and while it's not done yet, I can still contribute some useful info.
Skill Based Games
Get Paid to
Affiliate Marketing- Promote other website's products and make a commission every time someone buys something through your link.
I recommend creating a wordpress website for this so here's what you'll need:
Write and sell an eBook
Create an online course
Sell your stock photos/3d Design
Video marketing- Same idea as affiliate marketing except you're using video.
Online Store- Create an online store and sell digital/physical products.
Membership site - If you’re knowledgeable in something and you would love to help other people learn or succeed in the same niche as you, then a membership site is perfect.
I'm running out of characters, but I think this should give you guys a fair idea of how you can make money online. If you want to be notified when the full post goes live you can PM me.
Hope you found it useful!
Paid for my Keylockers with this. Waited till I had $10 then bought the 5 pack.
Haven't paid for an online rental in a very long time thanks to Google Opinion Rewards and free Amazon credits.
It's an Android app made by Google which asks you to complete some quizes (about what you think about some products etc) and in return it offers you a small amount of Google Play credit.
Unfortunately, it is not available in all regions.
Just don't lie but easy couple bucks a month
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.
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
> 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.
If you download this app
then you can answer a few surveys by Google, get $0.50 credit and download free stuff without linking your cards.
Everybody should be using Google Rewards. It's like free money.
I wish there was one, but I haven't found it yet.
The premium version is also ad free, without water marks for as little as 99¢. I paid for it using Google Opinion Rewards, basically Google Fun Bucks that I get from giving away my data that Google already has, and would have regardless. I did the same thing with other apps with premium features, like Nova Launcher Prime, Textra, and countless others.
Google has surveys you can do for some small credits. It's random, and will take time, but after a while you'll have enough for a $10 purchase (if Deadpool gets offered again).
This is if you have a Google account. If you play on Apple, I'm unaware of any Apple surveys that can get you some credit for purchases.
Google Opinion Rewards – Apps on Google Play
Yes. If you have an Android.
You can download the app Google Opinion Rewards
You fill out surveys (Answer honestly, they sometimes sent out Bait surveys to see if your lying) and you get anywhere between 10c to $1 Google play credits, they are valid for 12 months. You can then use those credits to buy ingame stuff.
Google Opinion Rewards. Answer some surveys and get free Play Store money. Who wouldn't like free shit for a few question.
This isn't going to help your predicament right now, but get Google Opinion Rewards, you answer silly little questions, usually related to shopping experiences / household living, a few times a week for $0.10-$0.75 each time.
Wish I could help out more than this, but maybe this is something you weren't aware of, and hopefully it'll help you out in the future! Cheers.
Oh, and if you don't mind answering some surveys (and giving Google more demographical information about yourself), you could install the Google Opinion Rewards app and probably have earned enough Play Store credit to buy the GP version within a month or two.
Just sign up for Google Opinion Rewards and save the credits up to buy Drastic. There's really no other DS emulator worth using for Android. Heck, it's better than available DS emulators on PC even.
It's only $4.99. Google tends to give quite a few surveys early on when you sign up, shouldn't take too long to make that.
My contribution here is Google Opinion Rewards. You fill out short Google surveys for Google Play credits. You are giving up some of your shopping and location information, but I have not seen any invasive questions yet, and I bought a game using the credits I have earned so far.
Edit: Because they are so amazing, I must also recommend Mobdro and Kodi with the Exodus add-on. Watch movies and TV shows, for free. However, there have been some shady actions by the developer of Exodus.
Assuming you have android, just download the app in the play store. [link]
Or Google Opinion Rewards
It's called Google Opinion Rewards - that's the link to it in the Google Play store
DraStic has all kinds of issues if you didn't buy it. It performs a license check and has measures in place for pirated versions.
There really aren't any other good DS emulators available. The best alternative would be NDS4Droid, but I can't recommend it in good conscience. It's not very good, unless things have changed recently.
If you really can't afford Drastic, you could use Google Opinion Rewards to get some Play Store credit over the next few weeks/months.
How much they pay varies. I've made like a whopping $0.24 over two or three weeks, but my wife has made over $3.00 in that same amount of time. I think possibly the more often you use Google services while authenticated with a Google account, the more often you'll get surveys. Just a guess, but she's gotten way more of them than me, and I don't log into Google at work, a lot of it's blocked.
It's an app on my phone. I use Android, the app is Google Opinion Rewards.
For anyone looking to make extra credit to buy stuff like this on the Google Play store, you can install the Google Opinion Rewards app. You answer very short survey from time to time and get compensated with credit in your google account that you can use to buy app. Made 20$ since I installed this last year.
> Can anyone explain for me what the best way of buying stuff on android is?
One good tip, is if Google Opinion Rewards is available in your area, use Google's money to pay for things and not your own.
You can't afford $1, but you have a S5? :/
Link til Opinion rewards i play store
To save OP a few seconds when he gets his phone:
Wenn jemand knapp bei Kasse ist, jedoch trotzdem Nazis den Stinkefinger zeigen möchte und zufällig im Besitz eines Android Handys ist, kann sich die Google Opinion Reward App Runterladen und direkt ein paar Cent zusammen-erfragt werden um den Song auf Google Play zu kaufen!
I don't buy apps too often, but I when I do, I just use the money that I made by answering surveys from here. [link]
I've got all this Google Play credit sitting around from Opinion Rewards, so I shelled out. #yolo
You are reading correctly. It's called google opinion rewards. Every so often they'll offer you a survey to take and reward you with google play credit for doing so.
Listen to what Reynad has to say about buying packs, I think it still applies, do it this way.
If you have an Android device as well, install [link] and buy packs from the google play credit there as well.
Did you really read the FAQ though? Let's be honest most, 87% or 88% if rounded, of these questions are answered there. Idk if you're kidding and you probably are, however being the nice guy I'am here:
>urrently romanceable: Rose, Melindra
>Future romance: Kate, Leila, others
>Not romanceable: Males, underaged/overaged beings including Flower, beings from the magical plane including banshees like Arraka and Illuna, animals, anything else Barry wouldn't be interested in
>If you don't see your character in this list, romancing them at some point might be possible in in the future.
>You can find a description of the differences between the 4 main romances at this link: https://www.reddit.com/r/Magium/comments/7dqw2d/melindra_and_rose/dq0btx9/?context=3
>Here is some additional information regarding romances, that has been confirmed on this forum:
>There will not be any harem endings.
>2) Since romance is not the focus of this game, there will not be any relationships during the actual tournament. There will only be sex scenes (Rose, Melindra) or kiss scenes (Leila, Kate), and the actual relationships will happen in the epilogue. The relationship with Melindra from the epilogue will be different from the others, due to the fact that she isn't the type to make deep, emotional connections to people. Instead of them being together, it will be more of a friends with benefits kind of deal. (friends who have sex)
>3) The sex scene with Rose happens in the first book. The sex scene with Melindra happens in the second book. The kiss scene with Leila will happen in the third book. The kiss scene with Kate will only happen in the final book, towards the end of the series.
>4) In order for Kate and Leila to be romanceable, you need to avoid romances with all the others. The only exception is if Rose died, because in that case, Barry never got to make the promise to come back for her, in book 2.
>5) None of the characters that are aged under 18 or look as if they were under 18 years old will ever be romanceable.
>6) Magical beings that originate from the magical plane do not reproduce, so they do not have the concept of romance. They are technically asexual.
>7) There will be the possibility of finishing the game without romancing anyone.
>8) Ella, the ex-slave, is 15 years old, and therefore not romanceable.
>9) The revenant that takes over Rose's body after she dies is not romanceable.
>10) Here is a detailed explanation that I gave to someone who asked why the sex scenes in Magium are not written with explicit details: https://www.reddit.com/r/Magium/comments/80db1i/question_to_the_author/duurayk/?context=3
>11) Here is the answer that I gave to someone who asked if I would ever consider making a dating sim game with the characters in Magium: https://www.reddit.com/r/Magium/comments/7wlyev/since_people_are_into_romance/du1deg5/
>12) As can already be seen from 5), Flower will never be romanceable.
7) FAQ: You can see a poll for this topic at this link: https://www.reddit.com/r/Magium/comments/7x0jsd/who_is_your_favourite_female_character_in_magium/
8) FAQ: Here is a short description, made by a user of this forum: https://www.reddit.com/r/Magium/comments/7s3v5p/simple_stat_description_please/dt1x5ym/
Sure no problem it's made by Google and they ask you questions or surveys on products
I've made 12$
You should check out Google Opinion Rewards. You get a small bit of money for filling out surveys. Not sure of availability/eligibility but it's a nice little bonus to spend on apps.
There you go :)
Google Opinion Rewards is awesome. I rarely pay for apps anymore due to all the money I make with it.
Google Opinion Rewards. You get usually quick survey's and they usually pay you $.05 to $.25 per and sometimes almost up to $1.00 of Google Store Credit. Most the time they are only 3-4 questions and they are multiple choice. I have only used the Android app and it works well. Cannot vouch for the iTunes app.
A: Yes, This one.
B: I get about 5 per month which ends up being a bit over a dollar or so. They usually show up within 20-40 minutes of me leaving a store asking me about my experience and yes, I have location services turned on.
If you use an Android device and intend to not spend any money on Fire Emblem Heroes, you can use Google Opinion Rewards to occasionally answer demographic questions for free Google Play credit.
I've been using this app since July of last year and have amassed $40. A single survey has given me $1.00 maximum. You'll basically answer a survey or watch a tv commercial and be compensated with some money for your time. They are very quick.
Don't expect to be using this to buy orbs, but if you save up credits you could buy the monthly bundles.
you get Google Opinion Rewards and earn money, which you use to purchase the RiF golden platinum version
Are you aware of Google Opinion Rewards? I hate paying for apps too, but some are just worthy IMO (Sync, Pocket Casts, a few others), and this makes it more palatable when I'm not spending real money.
The Google Rewards Android app will give you Play store credit you can use on packs. Assuming you play on Android and are in a country that app works. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.apps.paidtasks
Google Opinion Rewards
The Google reward app on Android
This one to be exact: [link]
Google Opinion Rewards
Basically you make a little bit of money by answering some surveys from Google once in a while.
Android: Play Store
iOS: App Store
It's Google Opinion Rewards. You can download it here on Android. You pretty much answer short surveys in exchange for Google play credits.
Se seu hábito é jogar games, tente gameficar seu tempo... Existem apps que lhe recompensam por atitudes positivas. Até mesmo o Google Opinion Rewards é um começo, te dá créditos na loja do Google Play ao responder ~~questões~~ pesquisas que aparecem à medida que você interage com produtos do Google.
Há um tempo atrás meu hábito era jogar Marvel Avengers Alliance - /r/maa , um joguinho de facebook baseado no primeiro filme dos Vingadores, e ele me ensinou alguma coisa de administração do tempo, já que era baseado em energia recuperada com o passar do tempo. Depois de jogar tudo o que era possível, eu precisava esperar 6 horas até toda a energia ser recuperada, então usava este tempo para fazer outras coisas.
Espero ter ajudado... Boa sorte!
I answer Google surveys and then use the Google Play Store credit I earn from that to rent Marvel movies.
Y'all are talking about two different things. There's Google Opinion Rewards that's surveys and such and uses your location history sometimes and there's Google Local Guides that prompts you to leave reviews for places and gives you points.
>If you want my opinion, your gonna pay me for it. haha
Guess what Google's doing?
You will periodically be sent surveys which gives you money that can be spent in Google Play (also works for IAP's). I highly suggest everyone puts themselves as female during setup cause I'm like 99% positive females get more surveys.
Or just do a couple Google Opinion Rewards surveys and buy the pro version.
Also as a new Android user check out this app:
You get short small surveys that pay a little on play store credit. I've used that to buy a few icon packs or apps. They surveys are usually multiple choice and less than 5 questions. Average payout is $0.25.
Depending on where you live and whether you decide to let Google track your daily activities, you'll get a short survey (you have to answer a few basic questions) from time to time, earning you between 0.10 $ and 0.70 $.
I decided to opt out of activity tracking and still get a survey every few days. I've heard reports from people with active tracking who get several surveys a day.
One tip, though: Be honest in answering the questions. They seem to have some algorithms in place to detect liars and stop giving out surveys to them.
To add to this, for those of you who are honest and have some time on your hands, you can try Google Opinion Rewards. It's essentially free money doing surveys. So far I must have gotten $5 in a few months from doing these. It doesn't sound like much, but getting discounts on orbs is always welcome, wouldn't you say?
We have to go back into july-august updates, sub-brands phone threads, etc to find them.
All I can clearly remember were people into "local events" reporting gyroscope issues preventing catches(spreading soft-ban); people talking about the privacy policies for whom Niantic could not store cell triangulation data, while gps was not affected by that(you can only use triangulation "locally" to give more accuracy to GPS location).
Actually, to do something into that direction(triangulation) you must formally agree with google's data "mining"(see Google Opinion Rewards ) and you can revoke authorization in any moment.
Google Opinion Rewards app
Google runs surveys (usually about businesses in your area), I presume to enhance their targeted advertising algorithms, and pays you in credits for the Google Play Store for each survey you complete. It's always less than a dollar, but each survey takes 1-2 minutes to complete and the credits can be spent on ANY app that has in-app purchases through the play store or to purchase paid apps.
Forget Luiz's post, use Google's official survey app for play credits:
absolutely worth it. also, sign up for google opinion rewards and start taking surveys, you can rack up a nice chunk of change and then you can pay for apps with that money. it's very handy.
Step 1: Live in a country where it is supported.
Step 2: Install this app & follow the quick sign up
Step 3: Profit?
This app, it lets you know when you can answer some questions and they pay you somewhere between 10 cents and a dollar. Usually its 10-20 cents.
You can use Google Opinion Rewards and visit shops with mobile data on, and you will receive surveys. Each one pays around $0.30 cents (At least for me, where you live influences how much you are paid and how many surveys you get) and start saving for the game.
Or you could do some work, get $10, buy a gift card, and pay for it. Probably the faster route, by the way.
You install an app that pushes you surveys so they can target their ads at you. They pay out in pretty small amounts $0.15-$0.50, but they add up.
Try google opinion rewards that's the only way to get paid by doing this kind of stuff.
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For you android users ... I HIGHLY suggest signing up for google opinion rewards Every day or couple of days you take a quick 2 or 3 question survey on your phone and you get play credits. (Usually $.10 - $.20 a survey). I have been averaging about $30 a year. I use that money to buy paid apps or buy those stupid gems or powerups in clash type games.
You can use that money for ANYTHING in the play store and it literally only takes 30 seconds if that per survey.
There is honestly no reason not to do it if youre on android. Hell I used my first year of it to buy a chrome cast. Litterally anything on the play store.
This is a little off topic, but it sounds like you want to play some games that have an upfront purchase price and you don't have the extra funds to buy them. You might be interested in a legitimate way to get some extra pocket change: Google Opinion Rewards.
You will get short survey questions. Answer them and you will get Google Play credit that you can use for games or whatever else in you want on the Play Store. The amount you may earn is small, but people report that it adds up quickly.
Note: Do not lie. They'll figure it out sooner or later and kick you out.
I have not personally used this, but it's often talked about. Here is a recent thread from yesterday where people talked about if you want more info: [link]
Google opinion rewards. Currently paying the monthly subscription by taking short 10 second surveys.
I don't that is correct. Look at the permissions section in the play store:
Version 20170119 can access:
* receive data from Internet
view network connections
measure app storage space
full network access
read sync settings
run at startup
use accounts on the device
prevent device from sleeping
toggle sync on and off
read Google service configuration
Maybe you are seeing a different version? What version shows available for you?
Yup, click here
Here's the link. Maybe your device isn't compatible, but I fail to think of how that would be possible.
Not to discount point #1, but I find it funny that it is the case when Google literally hands out Google Play credit to it's Android users. I've racked up a solid $74 using the Google Opinion Rewards app and have the pro version of pretty much every app that I use. Although, it's likely the case is that the amount of people that know about Google Opinion Rewards is relatively low and also that it may not be available in all countries.
Yep, was going to suggest this as well. It has all the features you need for tuning, and more. I bought the full version to unlock the extra features and have been pleased. If you're not already doing the Google Opinion Rewards program, it lets you get Play Store credit by filling out random surveys. I haven't paid out of pocket for an app in years.
OP, here's a link to EZ-GUI.
There seem to be iOS options too, but I haven't researched those.
Google Opinion Rewards. You get Play Store credit for answering surveys.
Google opinion rewards! Google randomly asks you questions about places you go to and pays $0.10-$0.50 on average per
What about if you use google credit you got from Rewards?
Download Google Opinion Rewards app to get free money to spend on the Play Store.
You may be in a country that does not support it.
Also check out Google Opinion Rewards. Answer a few questions every once in a while and earn some Google play credits to spend on games.
The app tracks where you go and then asks you for a rating of the location you've been at, giving you a little money for it. That money can be used in the Google Play Store. Items in the Pokémon Go store can be paid with that credit.
I think I found it but you can only do surveys when they're available. Here it is (I think): Earn Google Play credit by answering short surveys. Download Google Opinion Rewards now: [link]
I've used my google play credit from Google Opinion Rewards so I assume vouchers work the same way. Just add them to your account so it reflects on your Play Store balance, and then buy items in-store. Make sure to check off the box that says "Use my $X.XX Play Store credit" or whatever it says.
If you're on Android, check out Google Opinion Rewards. It's all legit and Google just sends you a questionaire every once and a while. Answer a few questions, get a bit of change that can then be used on the Google Play store. It's not a lot but it adds up fast. I've done probably 30 sets of questions and made about $15.00 that I used to buy full copies of games or just remove ads.
honestly that one felt sketchy to me as well
on a side note, the survey sites like these are pretty notorious for being very hard to actually get anything from
if you're looking for this kinda thing, most fast food retraunts have a survey you can take reviewing your visit for coupons/free food items McDonalds, Burger King, KFC etc. it's sometimes worth it sometimes not
there's also this
that's is 100% legit, my friend actually bought a copy of Dragon Quest 1 for smartphones by using it, you basically do surveys for google and earn money for your google play store account
Rewards is legit and it doesnt afffect your email at anyway back then you do servey every day once and get like 25 cents or 1 dollar added to your google acct now adays you only get 1 survey a week or two sometimes a month that i kinda miss it notifiying me about surveys if you just installed it your first ever survey should give you 5 dollars once u finish and its not long so dont worry about that
Are you in a country that supports google opinion rewards? [link]
It's a great way to support mobile game habits :P. I usually average about 2-3 dollars a month or so, which helps a lot with buying little cheap but useful apps/games and any small IAP they have (like merchant). Surveys take no time at all and are usually very basic "have you heard of any of these brands? have you visited this store type recently? how was your experience 1-5 stars?". Occasionally dry spells of no surveys for a long time but then get them again.
As for farming gold, GrinderKnight has a great strategy he shared if you can handle the weekly bosses: [link]. Basically farm and make whatever you can from what the weekly boss is -- usually generates a lot of gold pretty easily.
2) Turn on location services and shop like normal
3) Receive surveys!
Google Opinion Rewards has earned me about £15 or so in the year that I've had it so far, andit adds it to your pkay store account so you can use it there. So far I don't think you can redeem it as cash though, but it has proved rather handy as play store credit.
Not sure if it helps, but here's a few of my favorite apps:
Hopefully that'll get you somewhat started.
Sign up for Google Rewards. They send you surveys every so often and give you Google Play credit. You only earn like two bucks a month, but hey, it's free money. (Been enrolled since December 2013, have earned ~$65).
Pretty much every supermarket will sell cards to add play store credit. There's also the google oppinion rewards app
I've made 34 bucks credit since I started using it.
Probably Google Opinion Rewards
Check out [link]
It's pretty slow, but over time you can wrack up a few bucks in google play credits. I only get one or two surveys a week, but it adds up over time, since I don't use the credits often.
Get Google Opinion Rewards, and let Google pay. Everyone wins.
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 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?"
Duarte gives money to those in need.
Get Google Opinion Rewards. Make sure you're honest though or else they'll stop giving you surveys (In the past theyve asked "Have you ever been to XXXXX waterpark?" which didn't exist and people who said yes have reported getting fewer surveys.
Google Opinion Rewards. I signed up on the day it was released and haven't had a single survey yet, but my brother signed up last month and has had an abundance. Your mileage may vary.
If you have any amount of Google Play store credit I believe it will let you though.
So you can try and use the Google Opinion Rewards app to get a few cents into your account and also just make some money to buy apps and stuff.
[link] -That rewards app.
I haven't used a tuner calc since FM4, but it easily gave me a solid base and I imagine this would do just the same.
Also, if you're short on cash for the app, sign up for Google Opinion Surveys
Free Google Play credit for answering questions. Well worth it
Some one clued me into this when I still used the Topps SW Card Trader app. If you're on Android (not sure if it's on iOS), install the Google Opinion Rewards app. It lets you take surveys for Google Play credit, which you can then use to purchase Chromium.
I probably get 1-2 surveys per week, and surveys pay out between 10 and 50 cents depending on the survey. It's not the fastest way to get credit, but hey, it's free. I had about $5.75 in credit saved up when the deal went live.
I've done this since January 2014. I've accumulated about $60 in surveys. It's nice to get free movie rentals or apps when you need them.
I don't recall exactly how he put it, but in general I think it was something like this:
Additionally, I would suggest looking at this list of unique quests and work towards completing those.
Also, you can get a free card pack by logging into the game on smartphones or tablets. See here. And yes, those stack, so if you have an iPhone and an iPad, you could get 2 packs.
Another option for packs, if you have an Android device, is installing and participating in Google Opinion Rewards. You take short surveys for Google Play store credit, which you can use in Hearthstone to purchase packs which would transfer to your computer since it's all connected via Battle.net.
Not really an answer to your question, but you can earn Google Play money by taking 10 second (ish) surveys.
For anyone who uses android and doesn't know, this app [link] lets you take surveys and you get google play store credit. I bought 2 packs and opened this! Good way to end my night!
If you don't want to spend real money, you can install the Google Opinion Rewards app. The most efficient use of the Play Credits is to save up $10-$15 to buy the remaining wings of an adventure, assuming they keep the BRM pricing model.
Hell, I made that much last week with Google Opinion rewards.
I suggest you start doing Google Opinion Rewards surveys ;)
Personally not a fan of this watchface (I prefer the Minimal & Elegant watchface, which could be considered similar).
>* (I'm also just going to plug Google Opinion Rewards for the user that happens to be unfamiliar with it. Basically answer one or two survey questions and accrue Google Play Credit.)
I've got like $9.50 in Google play credit waiting to be spent thanks to this app, it's pretty awesome once you get into it. A lot of surveys are based on your location data so if you're not getting a lot of surveys consider looking at your location reporting settings.
Only spend HP on Roster Slots and join an alliance asap for added rewards.
Pick two 2★ and focus on leveling them. My suggestion is OBW(3/5/5) and Thor(3/5/5) or Ares(4/4/5), who you can use in PVP. Once you have two fairly fleshed 2★ + one or two mostly covered sell all your 1★ other then Juggs, level Juggs to >25 for DDP. Don't bother recruiting Bagman, Moonstone or 2★ Cap until you're further along. Use their covers for much needed ISO.
Additional if you play on android the Google Rewards App lets you take surveys for money (usually around $0.25) which over time you can use to buy HP.
I use the app Google Opinion Rewards to earn Google Play credit.
It gives you survey questions to answer every few days or so and I get about $7 per month credited to my Google Play account. Not a ton of money, but it only takes a few seconds for each survey.
At this point there are very few decks you'll find that you can directly build. Very few people work around limited availability of common cards. Same is mostly true for rares as well.
There are frequently "budget" decks, however they more avoid Epics and Legendaries than rares. So what happens is you find yourself between free decks and budget decks.
If it makes you feel any better I've actually put some money into the game and still face that issue. While I have opened some epics and legendaries, I haven't really opened any that I can use in my current decks. Sure I could dust them but I try and limit how much I do that unless it is golden.
What I often do is search hearthpwn.com and filter out decks that cost over X dust. Keep going lower until you aren't flooded with decks you can't build.
Understanding upgrades/replacements is also super critical because those expensive cards are so powerful because they are frequently direct upgrades. A cheaper deck is just cheaper because the expensive cards were efficiently replaced. After saving dust (and also buying a bunch of packs with a gift card) I finally was able to craft my first epics and started building a "legend" deck. I am still way off from building it but it is progress.
Some big cards I don't have are things like Doctor Boom and Harrison Jones. So I need to replace them.
Doctor Boom is a big late game threat. I've seen people say to replace it with Boulderfist Ogre. If you watch streams or tournaments you see that Doctor Boom is very very frequently dealt with the turn after. The difference between it and a boulderfist is that it has the boom bots. So the best replacement I can figure (still a learning player mind you) is a big threat that you either are fine with it being dealt with next turn or which is difficult to deal with 100%. Boulderfist might fill that slot because it dodges Big Game Hunter and is still a 6/7 body to deal with. Yeah they will probably still deal with it just fine, but generally it will be more expensive than a BGH which is only 3 mana and develops the board for them. Power Word: Death is just as cheap but doesn't give you a 4/2 minion at the same time.
As another example from the Legendary cards I do own I could "technically" replace Dr. Boom with The Beast. My problem there is that if they are holding onto a BGH and see that card drop, they can now kill a big creature of mine and get not just a 4/2 but a 3/3 as well. So if The Beast is immediately dealt with that is the worst case scenario.
I also have Illidan Stormrage which may look "acceptable" because if I can combo it a few times then if they kill Illidan than at least I possibly have a few 2/1 minions to work with. I personally don't think it is the worst alternative but it definitely doesn't fit in decks like Boom does. I run Paladin primarily right now which means I just make myself more vulnerable to classes that can easily kill 1 health minions. Also some decks will struggle to combo. However with 5 health it isn't difficult to remove. That is as much health as a yeti has.
However one of the cards I did craft was Piloted Sky Golem which is still definitely no Dr. Boom but at least if it dies right away they still have to deal with what comes after. However the major downside is that with 4 health it is extremely easy for enemies to kill it right away.
Harrison Jones is a weirder one. Technically there is Acidic Swamp Ooze to replace it, but I don't play it. Five of the classes can use weapons. However I'd say only against Warrior and Rogue could you be guaranteed of seeing a weapon in a certain timeframe. For Warrior/Rogue you'll likely only knock one charge off and "maybe" disrupt a potential combo. For Paladin/Shaman/Hunter you may end up sitting on the card waiting for the weapon. As a result Harrison Jones is much more likely to be relevant on the board when it is played. Also as long as you destroy 1 charge on the weapon it replaces itself in your hand. From what I see from budget and cheap decks, mostly they just ignore the weapons. A solid minion will be more reliable in the end I think. Personally I use Loatheb at the moment.
I also have relied heavily on the sidebar starter decks and am only just now getting away from them. One thing I caught myself doing was choosing poor upgrades. I wouldn't have a listed upgrade so I'd find something "better" that was 1 mana higher or lower.
Also I made conflicting upgrades. For example if you look at the potential upgrades for the basic paladin at the 1-2 mana replacements. I could potentially replace all of those with the following cards: Argent Protector, Youthful Brewmaster, Avenge, Equality. However I am giving myself bad first and second turns. Argent Protector is not technically a turn 2 card because you want a minion on the field first to buff. Youthful brewmaster is still a 3/2 even if it didn't do anything but suddenly it has become your ideal turn 2 without a coin. Avenge could be played on turns 1 or 2 but you need 2 minions on the board to make the effect go off which might take a while. Equality is also something you save for removing threats.
Another big example is Rogue. Let's say I replaced Kobold Geomancer with Azure Drake, Acidic Swamp Ooze with two Goblin Auto-Barbers, and the Bloodfen Raptors with 2 Defias Ringleaders. Again I find myself with ackward turn 2s. Goblin Auto-Barber is essentially a raptor if I don't have my knife out and Defias Ringleader requires either a coin or backstab to activate it.
I am essentially encouraging awkward situations for myself. What I described isn't necessarily horrifying (you'll see pros playing Rogue play cards without combo because they have to) but it is like coming up with a dance routine where you start off with a greased up floor.
I have definitely been exactly where you are at though. It takes a while but keep at it. You may also have moments where you finally make progress and suddenly find yourself at rank 16-17 only to fall back down and hit 20 again for a while, I was there as well. It is frustrating.
Oh and if you have an android phone (and meet qualifications) check out this app. You answer survey questions in exchange for Google Play store credit. It really isn't much but you can probably get an arena ticket once every 2 months at least. I get questions once every 1-2 weeks or so for small amounts of money, sometimes less often. However it definitely adds up over time. If you don't have an android tablet to play the game on then you can use an emulator on your computer just to make the purchase.
Such a weird price. Have you tried Google Opinion Rewards? I got a dollar on my play account for answering 3 questions.
Google Opinion Rewards App
Google Opinion Rewards actually gives you Google Play credit for answering surveys.
Get paid for answering short surveys. Download Google Opinion Rewards now: [link]
If you are on an android phone you can install an app called "Google Opinion Rewards" which gives you occasional 2 question surveys mostly reviewing places you have visited recently. each survey gives you between .11 cents and 1.00 and what you earn is only redeemable in google play credits.
Moral of the story, there is normally enough money in your google play account to pay for those pesky paid apps and upgrades.
Sorry, I haven't heard of an app for iphone.
Most likely Google Rewards.
I don't really know to be honest.
I always try to stick with the apps/sites that pay me with actual cash, as its versatility is obviously much greater than other formats. I only use two that don't pay in straight cash and that is Purkle (which I use purely because it pays extremely well and has a fairly decent volume of surveys available) and Panel App (which I use because there is no real reason not to - it is effortless).
Having said all of that, if earning google play credit is your goal, I think Google Opinion Rewards is the app for you. As far as I know, it is the only app that pays in that format and even if there are others, I doubt they could compete with Google. Google can literally set any price it wants to beat the competition. I doubt anything could offer more Google Play Credit than it.
And Google Play Moives.
If you are an Android user, if you sign up to Google Opinion Rewards you will slowly get enough Play store credit to be able to buy it for free.
I wasn't really calling you out for complaining about paying, I was calling you out for saying you know you have no right to complain and then complaining anyway :P
I use Google Opinion Rewards, and with tracking on, they send you more surveys and therefore get more money from them.
Install Google Rewards, collect some more money and buy anything you want ;)
What about Google Opinion Rewards? That's how I get my credit!
Du kan få pengar att handla appar för om du svarar på frågor i Google Opinion Rewards. Annars är väl det mesta sånt där skit, antingen behöver du spendera pengar först eller kommer du bli överöst av reklam och fejkerbjudanden. Det är nog bättre att du lägger ner din tid på något vettigare.
Since you're new to Android, I'll mention Google Opinion Rewards. You get a short questionnaire (30 seconds max) and receive Google Play Credit for it.
I use this and haven't paid for any apps in years. Currently, have a little over $9
If people are looking for Google Play $$, they should sign up/dl the google opinion rewards app - answer 1-2 super simple survey questions & get like 10-20 cents for it deposited into your google play acct - they add up! :)
Google Opinion Rewards. Not available in all countries, but gives you Play Store credit for answering surveys. You get a lot more surveys if location services is on.
Ha ha! I've been playing for 3+ years and I know I've spent over $100 on MPQ in that time, but a majority of that was credit earned from taking Google Surveys. I can't redeem that for real cash, so I just use it to buy other mobile games, or HP from time to time.
I see it appear and can install it from here. I can also see it from the Portuguese Playstore. There's a bunch of reviews in Portuguese so it seems it's indeed released for Portugal.
Ah, well, if you ever build up some Google Play credit by taking some surveys for them, and if you're willing to tinker with it, I'd consider it. There's a reason it has all that hype.
Anyway, I've used the stock stuff too, and it seemed to work just fine, pretty straight to the point, so I get where you're coming from.
I'm from germany and i have been using the app for quite some time now. Here its called "Google Umfrage-App" but I also find it in the Play Store under "google opinion reward"
Here is the Playstorelink: [link]
You can disable that in Maps settings. Also, there's the Google Rewards app. I will answer the occasional survey/review as long as they pay me for it!
Mmmm I didn't get it. Btw, if you're on GPlay and want a way of earning money for your gachas, download Google Opinion Rewards. It surveys you based on your location (stores nearby) and gives you a couple dozen cents each time.
here you can download this app. It ain't much but you can get a paid app or ebook
Yeah, I still have about $7 in my account. I have been doing the surveys since 1/16/15 and as of today, I have made almost $120 in playstore credits. That is how I get a lot of my .. on the fence .. apps. LOL I feel they are free, so go for it!
If you have an Android device, Just install the app
If you install the google rewards app you can do quick 5 second surveys for a few cents here and there. over time it adds up and you can use that credit on youtube to bring down the price of a UFC PPV. I've already bought tons of apps, so i don't have much use for that credit so i end up building up enough rewards for a free PPV once a year or so.
tips to get more surveys -
Always be truthful, they'll send surveys asking if you've been to places that don't exist to see if you're trying to game the system.
make sure location services are on when you go out, especially shopping centers or malls. every time i visit the outlet mall in town i get a bunch of surveys.
Google directions under your gmail account to stores before you go there. Even if you know where they are, the fact you're looking up location info for a business will get you qualified for more surveys.
Contribute to google maps, i always see an influx of surveys after answering questions about a place i visited recently.
did it look like this?
If it is available in your country, earn some Google Play credits with Google Opinion Rewards.
A blue circle with a cup (like a trophy goblet) in the center.
Thanks for the results, super interesting data!
As a side note, I wasn't totally sure how to answer regarding my F2P status. I have never made a real money purchase on this game, however, I do participate in Google Opinion Rewards and have spent maybe ~$5-10 of that money on this game. So I guess technically an argument could be made either way. For practical purposes though, I still consider myself F2P, as the game has never touched my bank account.
I pretty much only use gold to buy outfits. Sometimes I'll spring on a chest for my guildies, though.
The only call worth making, other than the free one, is the three-star (15-phone) one. Every now and then, they'll lower the cost of those calls to 10 phones, but NG hasn't done that in about six months now.
As another pro tip, get the Google Opinion Rewards app. (I'm not sure if it's available for iOS.) You do super quick little surveys and build up Play Store credit, which you can use for in-app purchases.
I put a star on Google Maps at every shipper in consignee. I also use Google Opinion Rewards app. It sends surveys to you based on places you been and whatnot. Since we travel a lot, why not? In return, you earn credit in the Play store. I've bought a lot of apps with my earned money from surveys. I joined on 11/9/13 and have racked up $116.90 to date.
Tem o Amazon Mechanical Turk (/r/mturk). O sub é bem movimentado e tem bastante dicas e informações. Funciona bem e tem gente que consegue ganhar uma grana razoável depois de pegar as manhas do negócio.
Edit: Tem também o Google Opinion Rewards pra Android, que oferece créditos na Play Store para responder pesquisas rápidas.
I tried this site first, but had to wait a bit before being able to download it here.
First link also works for the IAP. Worth the wait.
If you are on android Google Opinion Rewards is an easy way to earn credit for the android appstore. Each survey takes usually under a minute to complete, and once you've used it for awhile you can get a few per week, earning maybe like $.50 to a $1 a week on appstore money, so it feels like you aren't spending anything when you do buy apps.
google opinions rewards
This is way I use Google Opinion Rewards and just spend the money I get from that on things like pokeballs.
Gotta spend those Opinion Rewards dollars on something before they expire.
If an app has an Amazon version, it's generally better for the sheer liberty of the Coins and discounts existing. Have fun with the discount!
EDIT: On the note of your new question, Google Play offers a survey service that lets you answer questions/ads in exchange for a bit of Play Store credit. Basically you're trying to decide if slow buildup of free money is worth more than the Amazon promos. Also, convenience. Why bother adding another account to manage money through when you can just throw everything at Google? Some Android devices don't even let you install Amazon versions, last I recall.
Be sure to keep location on, and no matter what DO NOT LIE on any survey. They'll stop sending you surveys if any of your answers conflict with previous answers or their data
There you go, that should work.
Edit - this app isn't available for iOS. Android only.
I've made around $80 in the three years I've had it installed. You'll never get rich off it but it's handy to have some credit around when an app you like shows up.
Let me tell you a secret. but what do I patch to get background playback? OGYouTube is buggy af
Google Opinion Rewards is an app by Google that asks you questions about you/your hobbies/activities, and gives you Play Store credits in return. Usually it asks if you've been to a certain store in the past few days, but today it asked me this.
download this App and launch it, there be like a tutorial survey where you tell google about yourself, where you live, what job you have etc.
after finishing it all, Wait, and every few days or so you should get a survey.
"Google Opinion Rewards' App, Here!... Android only, but I'd guess there's some iOS version maybe :)
Awesome, thanks. I'v been looking for something to spend my Google Opinion Rewards on
Some things I would suggest
Google Opinion Rewards FREE: - [link] -Has you answer questions in exchange for google play credit. Not everyone will want to do this as it is sharing info for them to better target ads but it allows you to get Google Play credit to buy apps/movies/books/etc and it does add up
Apps: Play Store without Games FREE: - [link] - Not a must have but something not too many people know about. Sometimes it's nice to just look at the app store and not have all of the games get in the way. I don't know why Google didn't do this when they put games in their own section though.
Tiles $1.99: - [link] - Allows you to customize the quick settings much more than you can do by default. There are free apps that have some of this functionality but IMO this one does it best.
Reddit: The reddit app selection is much better on Android than iPhone at least compared to when I had my iPhone 6s. Relay for Reddit and Sync for Reddit are my two favorite. I would just suggest taking a look as there are a few good choices
Other tips -
If you have limited data you can setup wifi assistant. It will automatically connect to open wifi networks. When connected it will automatically route through a Google run VPN to protect your info so you don't need to worry much about getting on a sketchy network. To do that go into settings - Google - Networking - Wi-Fi assistant
Don't forget to setup Google Photos - This is the app that will auto backup your photos and video in full quality. You have to launch the app and get through the little tutorial before it is enabled. You can also set it to only backup under certain situations if you want
Less important but interesting tips -
As others have mentioned make sure your number is disconnected from imessage. Also don't bother with Allo. If you know anyone that uses it for some reason just setup App Preview Messages. It gives you a normal message notification (as apposed to the crappy short code response) when someone sends you an Allo without needing to have it installed and allows you to respond and tell them to stop using such a bad messaging service - Settings - Google - App Preview Messages
Follow Android News. If you use some kind of RSS application or you start using Google Play Newsstand follow sites like Android Police. Even if your not worried about every many of the things they post it's a good thing to follow. I use them for finding new apps that can be helpful, seeing features I didn't know about, etc.
Once you have used Android for a bit and are more comfortable try out replacements for some default apps. Nova is the general go to suggestion for launchers but Action Launcher is really good as well.
Textra is a solid SMS app. Another suggestion to try at some point is Pulse. It's newer but it's made by a great developer. It's free to use just on your phone and has a paid upgrade that allows you to send sms on other devices. Want to text from your computer? There is a chrome app or website for it. Want to text from your iPad? The website works for that as well (i'm pretty sure a native app is in the works for iPad). The upgrade also includes auto backup that is fully encrypted. It comes with a one week free trial so if you want to test out the premium features it's not going to cost you.
Could be that it's not available in your region, or that it's not compatible with your device. (Search results don't include apps that are not deemed compatible with your device--which drives me mad when I'm looking for a specific app that I know exists and it's not there in the search results and I can't tell why.)
Anyway, here's a direct link to it:
I usually wait for sales and grab $0.10 apps or $0.99 albums. But that won't be until ~March, if memory serves.
There are plenty of $0.01 books on the play store too, if you go looking.
oh, and if you were excited about $2 in credit, check out the opinion rewards app:
I've received loads of credits from that app.
You can install this application : [link]
It's by google and they'll send you tiny survey and reward you with play store money (0.1$ - 0.5$). Expect to take 3-4 months to raise 5$.
Ok, so from what I've gathered:
Don't lie. It will stop giving you surveys. That means take the extra 10-20 seconds before submitting each question to make sure you didn't fat finger the wrong answer.
It takes a little while before the surveys start rolling in, it took me a few days of getting nothing before I started to get some.
Open the app every day, and tap the black bar that says "No Surveys" as if there were a survey there to tap. Probably doesn't do anything, but I like to let google know I'm trying, ya know?
I would also suggest (either from the same phone, or on your computer while logged into your google account that is linked to the google opinion rewards app) google a few different searches related to "How do I get more surveys for Google Opinions Rewards?" After I did that for a few days I've been getting 1-2 surveys a day, on average.
Go places. Seriously. Leave your location tracking on (which, duh, PoGo) while you go on errands. Grocery store, electronics shopping, gas stations, dining out; the works. You know damn well they're getting the meta data anyway, you might as well be able to get paid for your opinions on the matter!
The only times I got worried was when I recently said I'd been to a Dallas Hilton Hotel and that I went to Progressive. I attended QuakeCon and I have Progressive auto insurance (but I only do it online) and decided to err on the side of caution and say I utilized both services. Hopefully didn't hurt my survey rate, but I did surveys yesterday so I'm still hopeful.
Surveys for me so far have ranged from $0.10 to $0.53 per survey.
It only takes $9.99 for 1200 coins, and that'll give you 9 incubators.
For those who would like to buy coins but not spend any money, why not try Google Opinion Rewards? You'll be traveling all over the place anyways playing PoGo, tap a few questionnaires about locations you've visited and earn Google Play credits.
It's an app for Android that let's you answer survey questions for some money. The surveys are usually 2-3 questions long and take maybe 10 seconds. Then they give you somewhere between $.10-$.50 for doing it. You have to wait until they prompt you with surveys, but if you allow GPS for the app you get more based on where you've been. I get 1 a day usually, sometimes more.
Google Play link
You can get a free YouTube Red subscription or Google Play Music sub if you complete Google Surveys. You get a $1 of google credit for each one you complete.
Also, sometimes Chromecast owners get offers for Google Play credit. Be sure to check your Cast app offers.
I don't remember that, but have you seen this? [link]
It was the Kirkwood 5K and it registered about 4K during the race, so I had to walk around a little extra. The Ekans ended up being my first 100% IV Pokemon!
In case anyone is interested, there are two ways I've been able to buy things in Pokémon GO without using actual money so far:
Shopkick gives you points for going to various stores and scanning items. You can redeem the points for Target gift cards and then buy Google Play gift cards with them :) That's what bought my incubators today.
Additionally, the Google Opinion Rewards app gives you Google Play credit for taking brief surveys. Combined with coins from taking gyms, I've bought two bag upgrades.
Google Opinion Rewards. Answer some questions & make some extra money to use towards anything on Google Play.
free money for mobile goodies
Sign up for the app. Be patient. And don't lie. They use location tracking to verify the accuracy of their data. If you prove to be an unreliable source of data, they'll just stop sending surveys.
It may be a trickle at first ($0.10-0.20 a month) but I seem to be pulling in a few dollars a month now.
I've had the app for maybe 3-4 months and have gotten 10 dollars so far. The money you earn is Google Play credits so you have to buy apps with it.
Of course you're not going to get rich with it, but I have no qualms about buying apps anymore.
You don't really need to spend anything (at least I did not and I think I'm doing fine), but what I would recommend to you is downloading the Google Opinion Rewards App which gives you free Google Play Credits you can use to buy some Lucky Eggs/Lure Modules/etc.
Google Opinion Rewards Its free money
You shouldn't need to buy pokeballs... but you can get google play credit free via google's survey app
In my head anyway, this isn't paying - but it meant I could have lots of bag space on day 1! ;)
Additionally, if you're in the U.S. and have an Android phone, install the Google Opinion Rewards. As long as you're not a whale, which I'm not, the surveys you get should be enough to fund small in-game purchases. I've bought over $100 worth of virtual goods in the past 2 years, all of them paid for by this App.
This is what he is talking about
Link: Google Opinion Rewards
Yep, and you combine it with Google Opinion Rewards to get free credit. Win/Win.
Google Rewards.. give up/make up some info and you get a small bump in your Play account. I'm nearing $100 from just answering the occasional survey.
And since i've been using Google Opinion Rewards i've got like $25 in my account over there... so that's kinda a no brainer.
I'd recommend wolfram alpha. $3 but it's worth it, IMO. You can use the Google Opinion Rewards app to earn that in a few weeks for filling out some surveys (also recommend)
Wolfram is now my default app for a calculator, but it's capabilities go so much further. It's a necessity if you're a student in a STEM field. You can always just use the website, I suppose but the app works awesome.
You need Google Opinion Rewards. I buy apps, but I've never had to pay out of pocket yo.
So there's a few ways to farm stones
Daily dungeons: For this, let's ignore SUN and MON for now. the weekday dungeons are one of the ways to get evolution materials to evolve your monsters (the other two ways being the Evo Carnival Pal Machine and as drops in regular dungeons). They are different from the normal dungeons in that they ONLY drop evolution materials. Tuesday drops the Keepers, Wednesday drops the Masks (Blue Evolution Mask, Violet Demon Mask, etc.) , Thursday drops the Dragons (Dragon Seed, Dragon Flower, etc.), and Friday drop the Lits (Rubylit, Dub-Mythlit, etc). While they have a high drop rate of evolution materials, they have a very low Exp value for running them as well as a low coin payout, so it's a tradeoff. Sunday dungeon is one of the best ways to farm coins, which are useful for paying the extra cost for leveling up monsters or evolving them, and Coin Dungeons (which have those special dungeons like Scarlet Snake Princess, so you'll want to keep an eye out for the Coin Dungeon rotations). Monday dungeon is new, it's the Metalit dungeon. This is the best Exp/Stam dungeon so it's really useful if you want to power level to increase your team cost and your maximum stamina quickly.
Google is your friend. As for a tutorial, just keep your location on, everything is pretty self explanatory.
I have Sun Surveyor and really like it. It helps me imagine what the best time/date would be for getting an ideal sunrise/sunset shot.
If you are wanting to avoid spending real money, get Google Rewards and earn google money for answering questions.
You should download Google Opinion Rewards. It's a survey app from Google, and they reward you with Google Play credits for taking their surveys. It's only $0.10 here and $0.24 there, but it adds up over time. It seemed kind of slow at first with only a survey every few days (and some of them not paying), but it seems like the more stores and restaurants you go to in the real world (location services at work), the more surveys you get.
Also, Podcast Addict is free, and pretty good.
I've been using Waze on and off for a couple of years now. I'm still looking for that perfect mount solution for my car, only thing holding me back from being a full time Wazer.
Here's the interesting thing I find. When I use it lots, I get way more survey invites from Google Opinion Rewards.
I used The Zen Labs (paid) for W1 D1&2, and the Active (paid) for W1D3 & W2D1.
I like the tracking and the voices (using the Zombie guy) better on the Active one, but the social media aspect better on the Zen Labs one. The ZL app can share cool graphics on Instagram and other apps, while the Active one has a boring link. I also did have problems with the ZL app crashing and me being stuck in a walk or run cycle. I do use Run Keeper on the side to track along with it.
I'm debating on switching it up and trying one of the Zombie C25k apps, where they have a whole back story involved.
Note: I didn't use any real money to pay for the apps, as I use the Google Opinion Rewards app to take surveys & get free Google Play credit
if you're on android, Google Opinion Rewards App will give you google play money that you can use to buy stones. Be warned that your balance must be greater than the total amount, or it will just charge your credit card (you dont use part of the money).
The app is cool, and I've made around $40-$50 over the course of 2 years, but I don't leave my location setting on (this helps get more surveys) since it drains my battery. Also of note, they sometimes make "fake" surveys to see if you're really reading them, so try to answer honestly. If you lie, they will just stop sending you surveys.
Basically, you install this on your phone (android app). Occasionally, it'll give you a survey to fill out in exchange for a few cents. To get the most offers you'll need to have your location enabled. This way it can tell where you've been and offer the right surveys. I've earned over 20 bucks since last October.
This is Google Opinion Rewards: [link]
They basically ask questions and pay google play credits.
The surveys are really shorts and frequent, they also pay good.
It's a Google official, so it's reliable, but obviously it's up to you if you want to use it!
Try opening this link on your phone [link]
I'm going to give ya a nice present then, it's called Google Opinion Rewards.
It is a survey app from Google that gives you google credit that can be spent on P&D. Each survey gives on average 10-20 cents, on rare occasions 50c+.
I will say that the surveys aren't constant, but it the rewards do add up.
Google Opinion Rewards Link:
Here you go: [link]
Cry no more brothers
I am guessing through Google Opinion Rewards. Neat little thing to have. Survey's seem pretty random and so does the amount. You can get from 0 cents to a dollar I think depending on what the survey is about.
I bought the pro version after using the free version for a couple of minutes. I just used the money from Google Opinion Rewards (you can make around $40 a year with that app).
Welcome! Since you posted in this subreddit, I'm assuming you went with the Note 5, so some of these tips are phone specific. Some may be region-specific as well. Here are all of my tips, apologies if someone else mentioned them as well :)
Apps to Download
Google Opinion Rewards (Free) | Surveys from Google for Google Play credit. Google Play is the equivalent of the App Store, and recently made it so you can split app cost between credit and other payment methods, e.g. a credit card. Make sure you have location enabled, as many surveys are location-based. If you save up you can use this money to get all of your premium apps.
Samsung Pay (Free) | This is probably already on your phone, but you should set up a credit or debit card. Unlike Apple Pay or Android Pay, Samsung Pay works at many terminals that don't have NFC. MST technology allows your phone to imitate the magnetic strip of a card. Simply swipe up from the bottom of your screen to open the app (if you have that option enabled - I set it up to open from either screen off or the lock screen), use the fingerprint sensor and hold the phone over either the NFC location or over where you would normally swipe a card. The only place it definitely doesn't work are places which have deep readers where you insert the entire card rather than swipe, like the ones found at gas pumps. This is limited to certain countries and banks, though that list is constantly expanding.
>- As an aside, whether you're purchasing a phone or simply activating Samsung Pay for the first time, Samsung occasionally has awesome rewards or rebates. Check out Samsung Promotions to see if you're eligible for any.
>- Gestures. You can declutter your homescreen very well. For example, in order to open the app drawer - where apps that you choose not to put on your homescreen live - you can set a gesture to simply swipe up anywhere on the homescreen. You can also double tap (or swipe up or down with one finger or two fingers...) to open Google Now or put your phone to sleep or any number of useful combinations.
>- App Drawer/Folder Layout. You can change virtually all of the backgrounds, transition animations and so on. I have my app drawer in the style of white material cards with different folders to organize apps. I can go into specifics if you'd like.
>- Icon Layout. As you may know, on Android you can organize your apps anywhere on the homescreen. Nova allows you to resize the icon grid, make icons larger or smaller, and many other customization options. You can also download completely new icon packs from the Play Store. I use Elta. Another useful icon feature is the ability to launch actions (the same ones you can do with gestures) from an icon by swiping up on the icon. To add this, just long press the icon > Edit > choose a swipe action. This also lets you change the app label or specific icon.
Settings to Change
S Note & Stylus | If you went with a Note 5, one of the main benefits is the stylus. For some reason, Samsung completely hampered the main stylus app, S Note. Luckily, if somewhat un-intuitively, the features they removed are available for download. Open S Note > Click on More in the top right > Click More Features > Install, at minimum, the expansion pack. If you want to use the stylus effectively and have 15 minutes to spare, this guy goes over the relatively hidden features of S Note. There are plenty of other stylus settings you should play around with, from Air View shortcuts to keyboard settings. I kept the default Samsung keyboard because if I have the S Pen out, the keyboard defaults to a handwriting mode. Just don't put the stylus in backwards :)
Samsung Themes | Go to your phone's settings > Personal > Themes. While Nova (or another launcher like Action Launcher 3) reskins your homescreens/app drawer, TouchWiz still shines through in certain areas of your phone, like settings and notifications. These themes can slightly change those layouts/colors. If you don't want a new launcher, they can also change the entire look of the phone.
Other settings | Go through every single setting one by one. Disable things you don't need. Edit your quick settings bar. Personalize your phone, because unlike on iOS that's actually possible!
Did you buy it for free?
If you're on Android install Google Opinion Rewards. You answer surveys and get a little bit of money, I've used it specially for getting Master Access (when needed) and just recently, bought a S3 Preview variant with that credit.
I'm not going to downvote you, instead I'm going to link you this:
Google will periodically give you little surveys that take less than 30 seconds to do (1-3 questions), and in return give you anywhere from $0.10 to $0.30 on Google Play credit. It shouldn't take you more than a week or two to get to 2.99. Once you go, go and buy the premium version.
It really does add up quickly, I use it to buy apps and rent movies to watch on my Chromecast, and I currently have $17.90 in credit just from doing surveys.
You'll be supporting the developer, and it won't cost you anything but a few minutes of your time.
Google Opinion Rewards app, I get a free scratchcard every 2 weeks or so and the money goes to the developers so it helps keep the game alive.
what account and past history are you talking about?
if it is android app purchases associated with your google account, you can simply log on your google account on new device and all the apps (paid or free) will sync back automatically assuming you have back up & restore turn on. That said, if you buy anything (apps/music/movie/book) with your google account, it should be there for you across your android devices, some of them are accessible on your computer as well with the associated account.
Get Google Opinion Rewards as suggested, it is sync across your android devices.
I'm a Prime member and usually default to Amazon. But I also use the 'Google Opinion Rewards' apps which pays you in small increments for answering surveys. Over time (usually around 2-3 months) I'll usually build up enough Play Store credits for a free rental. Just an FYI think for those not aware of it:
I felt the same before I remembered that it was basically free cause I get money for doing surveys for Google. I've saved up $20 so far. It doesn't take long to save up a decent amount
Oh but the money is only redeemable in the play store. But still. Worth.
I don't know if you know about this either but you can do surveys for google and they will pay out a bit of Google Play credits:
Not that you need more google play store credit but was worth pointing out.
I canceled, went with a cheaper phone, and now it's processing. if I'm unable to get the $50 credit it won't be a huge deal. don't know what I'd spend it on anyway.
Use Google Opinion Rewards. I have more play store credit than I know what to do with.
Definitely get Google Opinion Rewards if it is available. It gives Play Store credit for answering short surveys. I get about one or two a week at the moment.
If you're into any mobile games or want any apps, there a really similar thing which is google rewards and it works in canada: [link]
(btw, make sure to lie about who you are, you get way more surveys that way, a 30 year old lady in the middle of a city that make 80k/year and have 4 kids will have way more surveys than you probably would)
I am not a fan of mobile games at all, but it happen that one of my favorite game, hearthstone, is on mobile and I get free packs once in a while with it.
Define casual. To use it once in a blue moon? No. Just stick with free.
If you could used some of the more advanced features (like notifications of when a certain flight lands/takes-off, very useful for me as a pilot) or are a frequent flyer, then of course.
Or, do as I did and buy every single option I did by using this
Usually same for me :D
Heartstone packs are an in app purchase...
I've been using Google Opinion Rewards to buy them (And my Clash of Clans/Boom Beach) lol.
As much as people hate privacy concerns and ads, I find that Google Opinion Rewards is a sweet way to get a bunch of free paid apps. I usually get 1-2 a day, each paying somewhere between $.10 and $1 for completion. Right now I have $26 in google play store credit for whenever I run across an app I actually want to pay for. I never have any hesitations about spending money on apps anymore.
Sign up for Google Opinion Rewards, they send you little 3 or 4 question surveys every now and then (sometimes every few days, sometimes a week apart), and they pay you anything from £0.10 to £0.30ish for a minute or so of your time.
It gives you this as Android store credit, been doing it now for about 3 months, up to just over £5 in credit, not bad ;-)
I realise it doesn't solve your immediate problem of this app not being where you have money though :D
Google occasionally has surveys that you can take for credit on the playstore. I've probably earned roughly $50 worth of play store credit over the last few years. I couldn't tell you the last time I actually paid for an app.
Google Opinion Rewards is an android app that gives you surveys. Most of the surveys pay google play money. It usually ranges between $.11 and $1.50.
I've had the app since 11/24/13 and gotten $83.24. If often sends me a survey after I've done errands, asking about one of the places I've been. Other times it asks random-ass questions.
My husband doesn't get as many surveys as I do. I'm not sure if it's because he's male or because I do most of the errands.
The app is awesome. I probably would rarely buy apps otherwise.
If you don't want to pay for it, download Google Opinion Rewards, do a few surveys, and BAM get the paid app for free. I haven't actually paid for an app in a very long time now :) [link]
I use the Google Opinion Rewards app. I don't get to choose what they send me. This is probably from all the stuff I have been reading and searching about him.
Edit: Added Hyperlink to app
ANDROID USER PSA
Use the Google Opinion Rewards App to earn money for lunchboxes/mr handys
Wtf? How have I never heard of this?
Here's a link, for the other uninformed: [link]
[link] Probably location based.
Link For the Lazy
I think there its called google opinion rewards. [link]
Here you go. Please don't waste it on Card Wars, though.
Google Rewards: [link] it's free, but it gets you more moneys for answering demographic questions
Smart tools: [link]
NOAA weather pro (there's a free version) [link]
Out of Milk pro (shopping list) [link]
RealCalc Plus [link]
Ended up buying pocket casts (for free, thanks google opinion rewards!). I'll still email beyondpod to tell them why i'm switching. I have enjoyed it and i owe them that at least.
The speed change is a thing I realized I could do recently. It's great for putting it on 1.2x to get through a cast. or you can put it on 0.8x when you feel like going to sleep. or put it on 0.6x and everyone sounds like theyre drunk!
Google Opinion Reward. You get random survey question every now and then and you get Google Play Credit, which can be use on any mobile game. You don't get much but it add up over time. This only work with Android.
Download the app here: [link]
Try Google Opinion Rewards .
You will get Google Play balance for occasional surveys.
Edit: this way you'll get the needed Wallet money to use it. (since I had a card on it before, I didn't even know you have to have one for the standard use. Ridiculous)
Edit2: if I remember correctly, you'll get some balance after the initial survey, which should be enough.
Why not download Google Opinion Rewards? Do a few surveys and get some money to use in the Play Store, save up and buy Drastic or whatever else you want!
Compatible with Android 2.3.3 and up
> Google Opinion Rewards
100% agree with wetzilla and jffdougan. Some thoughts: Only spend HP on roster slots. Try and save every 3★ cover you get if possible, though some 3★ are fairly crap (Def save 4★). Focus on leveling OBW(3/5/5) and either Ares(4/4/5) or Thor(3/5/5), use them to win PVP. Grab Juggs and lvl him to around 25 then sell all other 1★, he will be for DDP. Sell 2★ Cap and Daken, replace them with DP and Blade or LC. Add 2★ Daken back to your roster once you can afford the ISO to lvl (you wont miss him with only 2 covers)
If you play on android DL the Google Rewards App, use the money you get from taking surveys to buy HP.
Es neesmu pielicis nevienu karti. Apskatie šito adresi tur ir parādīts kur vajag mainīt to proxy. Un šeit vari paņemt Proxy. Kad esi uzlicis nokačā šito app
Tā app tev uztaisīt google kontu kur tev nevajadzēs īstu kredītkarti/debet karti. Tad kad reģistrēsies tajā app tev tur jautās vārdu uzvārdu un pasta indeksu . Vārdu un uzvārdu vari rakstīt kādu gribi, bet pasta indeksu vari paņemt no šejienes (piem. 10001) Tad kad to visu bus izdarījis mierīgi varēsi dabūt visu free US stafu. Vienīgi pēctam tu nevarēsi vairs noņemt to ka esi no US. Un es vel nezinu kas būs ja tu esi jau pielicis karti. Ja tā nevar tad vnk uztaisi jaunu google acc.
I agree with you. Smash Hit (which I loved) works the same way. I think that's a very reasonable business model. I don't know why everyone is fighting you on it.
People, if it's that much of a problem, you can get free money in your google account by using the Google Opinion Rewards App. Answer a survey every week or so and get a few dimes dropped into your account. I use it and I hardly ever pay out-of-pocket for games.
Here's the link. I'm sorry if it's not available. [link]
Google sort of does this with their Google Opinion Rewards app:
You might have to deal with tax issues since you are paying people
Get google opinion rewards. Basically its an app through google that will send you very simple surveys once every few days. In exchange for answering the surveys, it gives you credit for the play store. Its slow going, usually 15-40 cents per survey that you take, and they send you the surveys so you can't do a whole bunch at once, but if you're broke, just do this for a month and you should have enough.(or at least you can use the credit on something else)
Pirated or doing ok with the free versions?
If you don't want to spend any money, you can always install Rewards and do surveys. Since installing back in May of last year, I've got a total of $10.93. Granted not a lot of money, but the surveys are anywhere from 1 question to 5 (not seen any more than that). So less than a minute and you sometimes get $.40 for your time.
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Google Opinion Rewards - Free money from google? I'm usually getting enough to rent a movie every month or so.
Situations - Replacement for Llama, since it isn't developed anymore.
Scores Widget - simple enough widget that I can style to look similar to the next widget below.
Pure Calendar Widget - offers lots of customization so it can look nothing like the screenshots on that page. Only one I've found that lets me cram tons of tiny text into a widget.
Star Realms is a digital version of a deck building card game. If you just want to play the AI with only the cards from the Core Set, it's completely free. The full game and expansions cost money, but you don't need them to have a good time.
Side note: there is an app on the Google Play Store called Google Opinion Rewards that will ask you to answer surveys from time to time. The app pays around $0.30 in Play Store credit for each survey completed. I saved up and bought the full version of Star Realms as well as some expansions. It's a great way to get credit towards apps you wouldn't normally shell out real money for.
I just did some google surveys using the app I usually get one when I've used the assistant, websearch, or go to a new place maps picks up. You get an average of 30 cents or so on your Google Play credit, but it adds up. I work at a certain bullseye retail store so sometimes I would get them 2 times a week.
Google Opinion Rewards. Play Store money for answering surveys.
Are you on Android? Get the Google survey thing. It's called regards in the app store. If you have location on you get more surveys. I got $104 in credit since Jan 2014. You can use that to subsidize the subscription.
I've made about $200 since 2015.
Full disclosure: This isn't an answer to your question, but you can install Google Opinion Rewards and get Google Play credit for doing quick surveys at random times. I've gotten $160 over 5 years and most surveys take <30 seconds. I'm much more willing to buy a game when it's basically free to me.
Here's a Play Store link if it helps
I bought Elder Sign Omens for my Kindle, Android, and Steam (watch for sales!) and have not regretted it at all. I enjoy the game but seldom win. :-)
I don't know if there's an iPhone equivalent, but on Android you can take surveys via the Google Opinion Rewards app and earn play store credit (anywhere from 10-50 cents, usually). I haven't paid cash for any games in a couple of years.
Check out google opiniom rewards!
I used Google Opinion Rewards to pay for the premium app!
The Google Opinion Rewards app is now available on both Android and iOS. On Android, my earned funds are in the form of Google Play credit, but if you're on iOS, they deposit "actual" money straight into your PayPal account—even better!
I think Google Opinion Rewards did something similar if you gave it your location.
If you have the Google Opinion Rewards app, you can earn a dollar or two per month by answering short Google surveys. These can be used to discount Google Play purchases. Not a big deal, but if you only buy Eternal stuff every couple to a few months, you can end up getting a nice discount that way.
Sadly I own them all already. Anyone with a Shield TV or Tablet should pick these up when they go on sale. Bonus points if you use surveys to earn credits and get them for free.
If you have the android app, you can sign up for google opinion rewards, get google play credits using that, and then spend those credits on the maps. You won't be paying with your cash, but instead with your time and data.
Edit: In my experience, it takes about 2 months to get about $12 in credits.
Google has been more intrusive lately if you subscribe to Google Rewards App with their questioning. This is all voluntary information, and you receive monetary credits to the Google Store for providing input. Usually, as it tracks your location, it will ask you to confirm if you were at Location X, Y or Z. If you choose to select, it will ask you to rate and then will credit your account about 10¢ to 50¢. In the past few weeks, it's been asking more intrusively personal questions such as your occupation, marital status, income, number and age of dependents, etc.
I regularly subscribe to most things Google, and find the Google Now Cards to be most helpful (give me an alert if traffic is backed-up so I'm not late for work, will remind me of an upcoming appointment, alert me of sport scores of the teams I follow, etc.)
> I never watch movies on my phone
Neither do I, but I use the Google Play credit I get from using the Google Opinion Rewards app to rent movies and watch them on my Chromecast through my phone.
They send you simple survey questions for market use, but you get monetary compensation for it.
I think android users get playstore credit, but iOS users get actual money.
Google Opinion Rewards -
Both links to android and apple, its called google opinion rewards, just note that it does takes time to accumulate money but its free, can be use to buy cheap 1.99, 0.99 bundles or apps
Your probably already on it, but just in case: Download Google Opinion Rewards
I'm in the same boat, with $9.28. You get it from Google Opinion Rewards?
I've always spent it on paid apps:
Here's the direct link to the app in the play store. Oddly, I have it but it says it's not compatible with my device. No idea why...I just did a 16 cent survey yesterday.
Try this: [link]
I only had a couple bucks in there since Xmas but it's enough to not really spend money on a 99cent gag.
Yea they did I ended up giving them a dollar. I got it for free if your on Android Google has an app to give you the money for answering quick 5ish question surveys that's what I did.
Google Opinion Rewards or gift card.
Not exactly money but you get credit to complete surveys.
you can get paid to do surveys here: [link]
Google Opinion Rewards (Play store, App store) is available for Singapore now. Every survey is just two-three questions, short enough that I can do it while walking around or taking the bus, and you get about one a day. It doesn't pay out a lot - usually in the range of $0.30-$0.80, but after a while you get store credits to pay for apps and stuff.
There's it. But still not available everywhere.
If you use Android, Google Opinion Rewards.
They occasionally ask you some questions regarding where you've been, and it gives you credits to your Google account.
You can buy apps using the money you get from Google Opinion Rewards.
Download the Google Rewards App, answer surveys, and you can earn money to use in the Play Store, for IAPs, etc.
You're not going to get rich but it helps.
That's the only thing that shows up for sharing.
I'll pm you my Facebook name. I would like Dug, but only have on friend actively playing.
You can try the Google rewards app
It depends. When I played Ingress and was driving all over the place, I got them pretty regularly. Now I probably get 1-2 a week. 99% of those are "have you been to one of these places?" surveys.
I don't remember putting in an email address for Paypal. Are you using this one? It's linked to my Google account. I can use the credit at any time for any purchase in the Google Play store. So If I wanted to buy diamonds in Hay Day right now, I could use my $0.75 that I have accumulated right now, and the rest gets charged to my card. There's no minimum- if I have a nickle in there, I can use it.
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If you have an android phone, you can install Google Opinion Rewards, take those surveys to get Google Play Store credits and then spend those credits to buy the Catan App. Note that it will take about a month to get $5 worth of Play store credit so you can afford the app.
Use this and you'll have free money to buy it in no time ;) [link]
Download Google Rewards, do a bunch of surveys (well, as they become available) and then buy <a href="https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.apps.paidtasks">Pocket Casts</a>. It's one of the few apps, in my opinion, that is worth its $3.99 price tag
Check out Google Opinion Rewards!
It's allowed me to drop ~$10-15 on this game without spending anything besides a minuscule amount of time spent answering surveys.
Shady? The Opinion Rewards is from Google.
I don't know about Free My Apps, though.
One thing that I like doing for mobile games is using the Google Opinion Rewards app. If you answer surveys, it gives you money to spend in the Google Play Store and you can use that on Dragonvale or other apps.
Try Google Opinion Rewards for very small amounts of money.
Get Google Opinion Rewards. It sends you simple surveys that you can complete to get Play Store credit.
I'm Canadian and it's a thing here. It gives you short surveys based on your location (shopping) and youtube activity (I get surveys wheb I watch Angry Video Game Nerd/Cinemassacre videos). [link]
Google Opinion Rewards on the play store
answer questions, get a few cents. You tend to get surveys a day or so after you visit stores. Basically trade your personal data for pennies.
The application: [link]
Just have to look for a better one I guess. This is my current setup. The name of the pack is Retronica or something of the sort. Pro tip: Icon packs that cost money are usually much better. They have money to put back into their icon pack which means more frequent updates. If you don't feel like spending money just download Google Opinion Rewards and take surveys. You'll have a dollar to spend on icons and premium apps in no time.
It looks like it does, but I'm not certain. Maybe you can check the link and see.
Use this APP, it allows you to continue F2P, Google pays the bill for you.
It's a google app that occasionally gives you (very short) surveys that basically just give data that google can sell to other companies. Once you download it, you get a $1 survey immediately and then after that you'll get 1-2 per week for anything from 10 cents to 50.
Just be warned that if you lie, you have to be really consistent in your lying otherwise you'll get cut out from receiving future surveys. So generally its best practice not to lie.
Most likely talking about Google Rewards app.
Neither have I. I am thinking that when I get 250K golden eggs in the bank, it might be worth the couple dollars to break it. Got around 155K in it right now. I idle once or twice a day.. usually when I get time to sit down to watch a tv show or waiting in line at a store.
You should look into the Google Opinion Rewards app. You fill out short surveys once in a while that give a few cents play credit. I've used it for the past two years, have earned around 25 dollars in play credits from it. Google Opinion Rewards
> What's your daily routine?
The game is built around cooldowns, which means that if you want to maximize your free play (without paying for energy in quests or recharges in arena), you want to make sure you're never letting it sit there unused. As much as possible, you should aim to keep your quest energy at least partially empty and your arena champs on cooldown.
This means the "ideal" pattern when starting for the day is to move a few steps in a quest to burn off some energy, then start doing arena. Never let your quest energy max out if you can help it, because at that point you stop earning, and the timer doesn't start up again until you drop below your current cap.
I'm relatively burned out on the game at this point, so I don't get that anal about maximizing my benefits. With the sig stones currently added to the Expert Proving Grounds (T4BC quest), I'm making sure to 100% that every time it's up, and since I want my CapWWII as my next 5/50, I'm hitting the science side of the Science & Mystic Expert Daily (T4CC quest) when it's up. I'll 100% Expert Proving Grounds for T3BC when I'm running low, and 100% the T2CC daily quest when it's a class I'm low on.
Other than that, I'll 100% the Heroic version of the current event quest, get completion on the Master version, and then sometimes go for completion on Normal and Beginner as well. I really need to get back to 100%ing Act 4 one of these days, or working on RoL/RtL now that I've got my awakened 5/50 SL and SW.
Whether or not I arena is really a toss-up. A lot of the time these days I just completely skip it. If I don't, I'll either go far enough to open ranked rewards, or push to complete all the milestones.
> Is there a best practice for farming [x]?
If you search the sub, you'll see that people have suggestions for the quests that give the best drops per energy used for ISO and energy refills, though that does change over time. Typically it's quests later in Act 3, so work on unlocking all of those.
When it comes to gold, except when the (very rare) gold realms are open, arena is going to be your #1 source, from opening the crystals you can buy with battle chips.
> Is there a pattern to the crystal roulette?
It's window dressing designed to manipulate you into buying more crystals by thinking you can control what you get. You can't. Your results are randomly generated regardless of when you try to "stop" the crystal. Don't ever spin; just use the "open" button.
> Why do these screencaps have 100+ unopened crystals?
There's a few possible reasons there.
> Are the Daily Quests bullshit?
Yes and no. On the "no" side, they mean we're now getting extra rewards for things we used to do anyway. On the "yes" side, they push people to do MORE of a particular thing in order to clear the milestones or earn the best ranked rewards, which usually requires units.
Mostly I try to synch my ranking and leveling with the corresponding class advancement events and/or match leveling with a level-up quest, and synch my relevant champion crystal openings with a class advancement or use quest where they add points. When there's a class arena event, I'll often do seven duels with a 5* champ of the relevant class, because that's exactly enough points to clear the first couple milestones. Other than that, I don't worry too much about it, unless it's something I was planning on doing anyway.
> What do you know now that you wish you knew when you started?
How long you've been playing determines your arena bracket, so ARENA YOUR PANTS OFF for your first few months. Your first month or so is your single best chance to get 4* champs without the ridiculous grind that the top bracket requires.
Don't buy crystals with units. In fact, don't spend your units on anything besides mastery unlocks and energy refills, unless it's on catalyst deals that are better than you can get with a full energy refill and repeating catalyst quests. Until you have all the best masteries unlocked, they're going to be the single most important thing to spend your units on--much more important than a tiny percentage chance to get a good champ out of a purchased crystal.
Do your research and plan out where you want to spend your mastery points, then make sure you're saving your units to buy the cores you'll need to unlock them.
Look into how to get into infinite streak in the arena(s) you want to focus on, and focus on getting your champs to the rank and level you need to make it happen. Don't underestimate the benefit of being able to do multiple arenas at once (using different star levels of champs) to increase your battle chip earnings.
This game is buggy as shit, and has only gotten worse over time. Don't spend money on it unless you really want to, or can get a really amazing deal. If you're playing on an Android device, Google Opinion Rewards is a legit app from Google that will give you small amounts of Google Play Store credit for answering short surveys, and you can then use that credit for in-app purchases. If you don't have anything you'd rather spend it on, saving up to buy units or package deals in MCoC can be a way to get some extra stuff in the game without spending your actual money on it.
>* Google opinion rewards - free cash for the Google play store
Meh, me everyone I know who used it capped off at $5-$8. Never lied or dis anything they say not to do, and I haven't gotten a survey in weeks.
I use google opinion rewards, so I actually already do
Three words: Google Opinion Rewards
if you do the google rewards surveys you can use those credits on youtube. first few months i got about $20/month or so but they slow down after you've done them for a while. i've earned $100 in total doing 10-15 second surveys 2-3 times a week over the last 18 months or so.
I have spent nothing on this game, and never will for various reasons. Too bad I'm missing a lot of units as a result.
On a side note, to those that want them microtransaction benefits without technically spending any money, Google Opinion Rewards can be a real benefit.
This is the google opinion rewards app. Its a pretty decent generator over time. [link]
I used 79p in google reward credit and got the green in the first master pack (after nothing in 3 normal packs). If you are Android I would suggest it, very simple surveys, they don't show up often but when they do, the money can be saved and used in any Android app [link]
Not entirely sure. If it's from this app, I'm not really familiar. If you find that you can, I'd be happy to trade!
What's easier said than done? I'm not sure what you mean.
I've bought 3 arena packs and used my survey credit to get the Chinese new year packs.
Google Opinion Rewards is an Android app that will occasionally send the user short surveys(usually 20-30 seconds to complete) and reward the user with Google Play Credit (I usually receieve 20-70 cents per survey) upon completion. The Google Play Credit can then be used to buy Pokecoins in PoGo. I've been using it for a few months now and gotten around 500 coins.
Install this and eventually you'll get loads of paid apps for free.
Assuming you can use Google Play Store credit, some people will get a ~~nice~~ discount if you combine this new service with Google Opinion Rewards.
I use this a lot! Also pick up Google Opinion Rewards and fill out surveys for free Google bucks. I use the money from surveys to buy the different problem sets in Tsumego Pro.
Get Google Opinion Rewards. They give you app store credit for answering surveys, typically ~$0.15 for a 30 second survey every few days. Totally enough support app purchases.
The Google Opinion Rewards app.
Official Google app presenting you with surveys every once in a while which rewards you with credit on your Google account.
Don't have to redeem anything, surveys take 30 seconds and are multiple choice.
I bought a fortune pack with my survey money. Was nice.
Welcome to the dark side! If you're looking for cool apps to try out, I highly recommend Google Opinion Rewards (pays you app store credit to take surveys and review places you've been), SwipePad (set a section of the edge of your screen to be a shortcut, when swiped, to several apps of your choice), Power Toggles (make custom toggle bars in your notification bar or on the home pages), Nova Launcher (if you get tired of the default homepage look, this gives you intense control and lets you apply icon packs), DiskUsage(very light app for seeing what is taking up your storage space).
between paypal working with a bank account, iTunes/play store gift cards, visa gift cards, or hell even google opinion rewards if you play on android i have a hard time believing that.
Now, not wanting to spend money on an idle clicker. I fully get that. The 'answer' of "just spend money" is a pretty stupid answer to avoiding to getting banned for spending too much time on the game.
Get this app, it gives you free Google Play store credit: [link]
Doesn't work in every country, though.
Here you go. Enjoy!
Here's the standard advice I give:
As a new player, your magic number is 20.
You'll want to unlock and get all your classes up to level 20, which will allow you access to all the basic cards. When you get one class to level 20, you'll unlock the tavern brawl, which is a weekly event that will earn you a prize each week, typically a classic pack.
After you've unlocked all your classes, be sure to level up and do your quests in ranked play. Getting to rank 20 by the end of each month will unlock a prize pack with dust, gold, cardbacks, and golden cards!
Classic packs should be your first priority. They will never rotate out, and there are a lot of key cards like [[azure drake]].
The welcome bundle is the best value if you want to spend money. The Google Opinion Rewards can be a good way to get the cash if you have an android. Amazon coins also may have a deal. (I'm free to play so I'm not sure).
There will be a lot of bitterness in posts here on reddit from people who take games way too seriously, and to them, grinding and leveling up has become a chore. Level up your classes to build a basic deck and use this as an opportunity to test out the different classes, learn your own play style, and have fun with it!
Don't forget to grab Google Opinion Rewards. Answer dumb questions and get free books, movies, apps, and reddit gold!
I think this is the first time I've bought an app for over $8. Ended up downloading it for 'free' with play store credit. I use Google Opinion Rewards ([link]) and played around on the Project Fi holiday experience for another $10 ([link]).
I've earned > $80 since I started using Opinion Rewards in 2013, all used on app splurges.
Do you have an android?
It may take some time untill you have enough surveys.
Get google rewards and earn free money with a few questions. [link]
Well I'm not 100% if it is stopping it, but, it knows where you've been and then send you questions about your experience there and pays you money.
I haven't received a question in about 3 weeks, roughly the same amount of time I've been using adguard, however it may just be a coincidence.
Google opinion rewards send you surveys and gives you credit you can use to buy apps/movies/music/books. Works best if location reporting is tuned on. I've got around $100 over the years and my wife has even more ��
This literally doesn't help OP at all. Google opinion rewards is great though!
O Legal do Google Music é que tem como conseguir Musica de Graça graças ao Google Rewards
O Ruim é que você vai dar mais info ainda pro google, o bom é que vc ganha créditos pra comprar uma porrada de musica
If you use android, you can get free money by using Google's own "Rewards" app.
I know it's been said but: Play Music recently got podcast support but it's lacking, so get Pocket Casts. Well worth the money, but make sure you sign up for Opinion Rewards. You could earn $30/year towards apps if you're near a lot of stores.
Here is the playstore link.
It's essentially google being creepy google, and tracking you (which they already do) and asking you occasional questions about where you've been. Like you may go to target on Monday, then on Tuesday you'll get a survey question asking which of the following have you gone to in the last couple days. If you answer correctly, they'll ask some followup question. Then you earn .05 to like .38 cents worth of google play store credit. I think I earned $10 in a month or two, so it isn't fastSome weeks you get alot of questions, some weeks you don't, but if you leave your location services on, they collect this data from you anyway, so you may as well get some compensation out of it.
Be truthful, or at least be consistent. Your demographic information seems to be the major factor in how many surveys you get. I'm told women get alot more surveys then men, but if you start lieing about things, you don't get as many surveys if their system catches you. And odds are their system has a pretty good idea of who you are already.
If we're talking straight up must have apps, Google Opinion Rewards is an absolute must on my devices. If you're not using it, you should be.
> If you mean Google Opinion Awards
The name is Google Opinion Rewards. OP was right.
+1 for this
If you can't afford it (lol?) then get the Play Rewards app
It's mostly a US only thing, but it gives you surveys that pay small (.1 to 1$) rewards, mostly based on where you go. So for example, every time I go to home depot, I get asked to rate it, and get like 20 cents. I've gotten about 50 bucks out of it over the course of a year and a half, but I live in a major metro area. Depending on where you live, results will vary.
I think he means this.
sign up for YouGov: [link] (that's my referral link and we both will get bonus points)
They may/may not send you election polling but sometimes the surveys are interesting either way.
There's also Google Opinion Rewards which I was polled on once.
I know a lot of people only want to use the game mechanics to earn coins and I was that way until I hit level 25.
But if you're interested in ways to get coins without spending real cash I recommend checking out the Google Opinion Rewards app and the Shopkick app.
The first gives you Google Play credit for taking short surveys. It's usually like 10-20 cents at a time but it adds up pretty quickly!
The second gives you points (or "kicks") for walking into certain stores (a lot that I would be going to anyway like Target or Harris Teeter) and/or scanning barcodes on items in the stores. You can redeem the points for gift cards to various places. I used to redeem for Sephora cards but now I redeem for Target and then use those to buy Google Play gift cards :)
People using Apple devices obviously can't get the Google Opinions app, but Shopkick is still great because you can just buy iTunes gift cards from Target instead of Google Play ones.
Basically you do surveys and get small amounts of money for it.
Tangential to your complaint, but I think doing the survey app thing might help hone ads you see into something less annoying (and potentially even relevant.) A bonus is that it gives you credit for the Play store (and/or microtransactions.)
I don't actually know how it impacts Youtube ads, though. I subscribe to Youtube Red so don't see them.
I have an android and i'd say before you go purchasing apps you should download Google Opinion Rewards Basically it uses your location and wifi data to determine if you've gone to restaurants or stores and then sends you a survey and they give you google credit that you can use in the playstore. Credit seems to range between 10¢ to $1
Then once you've saved up enough get Tasker, this nifty app will do anything you can imagine, you just have to figure out how to make it happen
Fill out tiny Google surveys to get money to spend on the app store.
More info to Google and none of it's your credit card. Win/win.
I'm play too much and I'm good at dodging. I bought two lucky eggs, but only spend money on incubators now, and try to limit that to only what I can earn on Google Opinion Rewards now (try it out if you want, link below).
is this it [link]
i bought it immediately when it came out after seeing it wasn't immediately on google music. i had some leftover credits from google opinion rewards.
Use that app. Spend profits on apps int he store. Free money to buy apps with.
They pay you to answer small surveys with Google Play Credit. You just turn your GPS on, and you'll be getting surveys. Not much money, but it comes pretty easy, so it is fairly cool. I've bought some great apps with it and I still have some left, and it costed just a few minutes.
> I should add that I can't afford to pay for games.
Google Opinion Rewards. Answer surveys (truthfully, since they're pretty good at catching lies) and get Play credit. Officially by Google.
Also, Amazon Underground apps that are usually paid apps for free (and all IAPs for free).
Star Wars: KoToR and Knights of Pen and Paper are both free via Amazon Underground and definitely let you change character appearance/stats (KoToR more so than KPP).
Soul Unleashed RPG - Lite also lets you change main character appearance, which affects your stats. Not sure how far the Lite version lets you play but there's a full paid version.
Any Android user can sign up, as far as I'm aware; they will track your location and sometimes give short surveys based on where you've been shopping, etc.; otherwise it's no more intrusive than the standard Google data collection. Don't expect to get rich, but maybe a buck or two a week (on a good week) to make you feel less guilty about those in-app purchases.
I came here to say exactly this. Most times the first survey you get is for $1.
If you're on Android, install Google opinion rewards, get free credit in the play store, buy Baconreader premium with credit from surveys.
Every app I use that had a paid version has been upgraded, and it cost me nothing.
That's one year with of surveys.
It's an android app from Google that has very short (3-4 questions) surveys anywhere from a couple times a week to a couple times a day. Each one pays anywhere from $0.10 to $1.00 (the majority are $0.10-0.25). The money is in Google Play credit so it works great for small purchases like the monthly diamonds.
As a caveat, It's not available in all countries and the number of surveys you get can depend on your location, demographic, etc.
Thats an IV chart? Google opinion works well i use it for hearthstone too [link]
Example I haven't seen yet: Sign up for Google Opinion Surveys and allow it location data. If you're playing GO, the app will often ask you about where you've been or passed by lately, rewarding about 10 cents a day, which builds up quickly.
(Don't worry: if you only walked by and didn't actually stop at the places asked about, be truthful and it will still give you the money.)
Yes, there is: [link]
Here is a link to it!
Google Rewards as per the post title. [link]
you get one at level 9 i think. also [link] do surveys and get play credit then buy stuff.
If you are on android you should get this:
You get cash for answering surveys that goes into your google play account, can spend that cash on pokeballs.
Here you go [link]
you can also use google rewards to earn google play credits to buy coins with
download Google Opinion Rewards of the play store [link]
was just going to post this glad i searched first yeah used it to get 1200 coins at the start :)
Sort of. The money I got from the Google Opinion Rewards app. Also, I got a refund from the store as it was within the time limit.
They are and this is a thread full of explanations. All that I'll add is that you should install Google Opinion Rewards to earn credits so you can get them for free.
I have a Google Music account, and any music I add to my library, even if I didn't download it, will sync to the watch. I've been a memeber of Google Rewards (free download from the app store) and I use the money I've made from answering small surveys to fund almost all of my subscription...check it out
This way I don't have to buy individual tracks and I can swap anything I like at any time. Seems well worth the money + rewards time spent cash
Yeah..I don't use exercise data at all to determine how much food to conume..I stick to between 1400-1600 cals a day no matter what I've done to exercise.
I've also added some IF days where I go from dinner, skip breakfast, and wait until noon for lunch the next day...keeping my body in a state of confusion seems to be the key to weight-loss for me.
You can download cracked ones from the internet and sideload them, but be careful.
There's also a legit way to get free apps, via Google themselves, here: [link]
As for downloading free from the Play Store, that may exist, but I haven't heard of it.
Google Opinion Rewards -- It will ask you dumb questions every so often and "reward" you with play store credit. Usually 15-50 cents for about 3-5 button presses. It adds up over time, perfect for grabbing cheap apps from the play store.
Have you seen if Google Opinion Rewards is available in your country? You answer survey questions and they pay you a little at a time in Google Play Store credit. And it's legit from Google themselves. Its the only way I purchase apps in the store lol.
Try this link!
Maybe /r/AndroidApps might know of a workaround. But it sounds more like a compulsion issue than anything else. Ultimately it would be ideal to treat the root of the problem instead of just calling reminders on symptoms once they pop up.
But if that would suffice for now, you may be able to use Tasker, MacroDroid, or AutomateIt to pop up a reminder whenever your device accesses the Play Store, if that's how in-app purchases work. I have no idea as I avoid paying like the plague. I've paid for 3 apps in my life, and all were "free" through Google Opinion Rewards. If it costs $1, that's $1 too much! There's way too much high-quality free stuff out there to merit buying anything, really.
Are you using Android or iOS?
I can only speak for Android but you can use PayPal, Credit/Debit card and/or Google Credit.
If you are using Android, I highly suggest getting the Google Opinion Rewards app, which gives you Google Credit for answering surveys, which you can use then as in-app purchases and to buy games/apps with
So would you consider yourself to no longer be f2p using these 2 apps on the Google Playstore to earn Google Play cards to spend in game? The Google Opinion Rewards asks you short surverys and will add different amounts to your Google Play balance, like $.20 and $.25 at a time. Slidejoy is a lockscreen that pays you when you unlock your phone to use it. It pays the same whether you go to the website to view the ad or not and you can redeem the points for Paypal credit, Google Play cards, Wal-Mart cards, and bunch of other stuff.
For future use if you're on Android: There's a great little app (Not free, but you can easily pay for it with money earned from Google Opinion Rewards app) called Tasker.
It can automate just about everything your devices can do. One of my favorite uses for it is when it senses I'm back within range of my home network it automatically disables my cellular data and reconnects to the WiFi. It does the reverse when it senses I've left my WiFi signal.
This simple function could have saved you enough money to pay for the app ten times over in just that one month, ;p
Tasker | Google Opinion Rewards
If you're on iOS there might be similar apps out there for that, but I can't speak to that as I've never used an iOS device.
I'll start and recommend everyone Google Opinion Rewards. It's an App where you gain money by answering some questions.
The questions are based on your profile. If you want to use the App I really recommend reading the questions, because Google tries to identify "rushers".
Source: Google Opinion Rewards
You can of course just use Opinion Rewards or Votechimp.
Just keep those apps installed, wait for notifications from them and gather some money over time...
Kind of off topic but I while back I installed this app for android called Google Opinnion Rewards. Basically it gives you a notification on your phone to take a survey and surveys are maybe between one to three questions long. You get credit to the play store for answering them. I have saved up about 10 buck in play credits and the only thing I've used them on is power ups, but not for Ghoul Catchers, fuck that. I use it for Pet Rescue Saga (dude I almost wrote that as Petpet rescue Saga lol).
Edit: I did use my credits to buy the Sleep As Android app, so I think since I got the app I've earned a little over 20.00
Every few days or so, you'll get quick surveys (less than a minute) from Google asking about your interests, or places you've shopped recently if you have your location setting turned on. Answer the surveys, and Google will give you money in your Google account that can be used for paid apps, movies, music...anything in the Google Play store.
The amounts are always small (less than $1), but when you get surveys every few days or so, the money adds up quickly. I've amassed just about $32 since November of 2015.
Be honest with your answers though. I've read many users say that if they lie about their responses, they stop getting surveys.
Google Opinion Rewards and The Payout
Found it on /r/beermoney a while ago
You give it some basic details, age, occupation, gender, etc. They send you surveys from time to time and the funds get added to your google wallet. Pretty much kept up with the $5/mo for the past year, so it's been a while since I didn't have enough to renew.
Used to use it with Puzzles and Dragons before I moved to Soccer Spirits.
Edit: Now that I see it, I'm somewhat impressed that I've "made" $75 on this. And it all went into mobile games, haha.
Officially it's called "Google Opinion Rewards."
There's a wide-range, from $0.10 surveys to $0.70 surveys. If you go out somewhere (e.g. Sports Authority, Best Buy, Target), there's usually a relevant survey a few hours later. Ditto with supermarkets, movies, whatever. Obviously you need to have location turned on.
I have about $8 earned, since 3/1 to 4/25. Surveys literally takes seconds to do. My current Rewards balance is $73.
Google Rewards - Responda perguntas (de maneira honesta) e ganhe dinheiro pra gastar na Play store!!!
for some reason op keeps neglecting to mention that the app is called google opinion rewards so there you go
As a heads up; Google Opinion Rewards. Take the occasional survey and get Play credit (usually around $0.20 on average - though this may vary).
It will ask you trick questions to see if you're lying - if you are then the surveys will either stop coming or just be few and far in between.
Google opinion rewards
You'll randomly get a survey, 3-4 questions, and earn a few cents for each.should be enough to maintain the monthly stark stash subscription.
Fair enough, I shouldnt have been so, what's the word? dickheadish I suppose.
Anyway, I really must recommend Google Opinion Rewards, great app it gives you a survey every now and then (only 2-6 questions, multiple choice) and they can give anywhere up to a $1 of Google Play credit. I've earned about $25 from it.
Here you go
If you're on Android, get Google Rewards. Perfect way to earn Google Play credits. Just make sure you have wifi on when travelling about.
Get the Google Rewards app; earn money for other apps.
See my post as well as Rewards.
e I'd also like to second the recommendation for Twilight and add in a recommendation for Chrome Dev and MX Player Pro.
if your on android you can build up credits for the play store answering surveys. Used this to upgrade the app and I'm happy with it.
I think this might be very lucrative for you to have a paid version without ads on the Google Play store since there are a lot of people who use Google Opinion Rewards and get money to use on Google Play. I've gone from being a cheep-o to being Mr. Moneybags and basically refusing to buy a game if it has ads.
I installed your game though since it looked addictive and fun, and because you seem like a cool guy. I played it for a few rounds and didn't see any ads for a while, but when the first one did come up, it really took me out of the fast paced mood of the game. I'm not sure how much it costs to add a game to the Play store, or the effort it would take to remove the ads, but I would totally buy this game for $0.99 or $1.29 if there were the option, and I'm sure I'm not the only one.
Google Opinion Rewards basically gives you play store credit for doing surveys.
This app, I currently have $20 in credits, but I'm up well over $150/year. I never buy credits for google, ever.
If you are playing on an android, you can download the app "google rewards" and get 10-40 cents to take the short surveys - that moneys up and you can use that to buy that one or two loveca you need (or save up for 30 or 50).
The other thing I do is goal setting (and micromanaging). I know exactly which events I plan on tiering and which time periods I want to scout. I can roughly estimate how much loveca I will get a month so I don't drain my loveca reserves too fast. This way, I can tier when I really want the double and still enjoy the rest of the events and be laid back. The game will definitely get easier in that regard once you get more SRs and more LP - heck I don't think I tiered for a good half year when I first started because I wasn't sure I had the loveca to participate in the bloodshed.
These are the only apps I tell people that they need. The first one you get play credit for answering surveys. The second one is a launcher which gives you full control on what to customise on your phone.
Clearer? Such as?
Edit: If you mean the slight blur and you want it to be pixel perfect, in the settings, under video, disable linear filtering.
Assuming it works under the free version I still highly recommend the paid version. It's only $5. If you can't afford it there's always Google Opinion Rewards Which pays into your Google Wallet for taking surveys. I've gone up to $11 (More if I hadn't bought things.) Though that currency expires in a year's time of gaining it
If you like the app, buy the premium in the market place.
Too young or don't want to spend money? Use Google Opinion Rewards. That's how I bought mine.
> but I don't usually buy apps. Ever.
Sorry to necro this old thread, but I was looking for android apps...
You might want to check out Google Rewards. It sends you short surveys (short: 3 questions is pretty normal) every once in awhile and you earn anywhere from 15-50 cents in Google Play credit for completing them. I've had it two months and have $12 to spend on apps I wouldn't otherwise spend real money on. You can buy books, movies and whatnot too, anything on Google Play.
If you don't mind filling out occasional surveys install the Google Opinion Rewards application. You'll get credits you can use towards application, music, and other purchases on the Google Play store.
You can use Google Photos to backup your pictures and videos. They provide unlimited storage if you're ok with a few limits, the image size has to be less than 16 MP (which is fine since the S7 has a 12MP sensor) and videos are limited to 1080p.
I've been using this a few months now. Can confirm this really works and it's really helpful. Now, just keep in mind you won't always get a survey every day. There are some dry spells here and there, but this is really nice to have when you get a survey. I have gotten from $0.00 to at least $1.00. I have a friend who doesn't play this game saved up $20 in the past year.
Hope you all have good luck with this.
Here's the link for those of you who are on Android!
I'm going to remove this post as posts like these are subject to a lot of spam comments.
Personally, I use Google Opinion Rewards. Every few days it asks you a couple of questions and you get a small amount of Play store credit each time, it might not seem like much but it will accumulate. I've brought several packs of gems so far just with free credit from that.
Here's a link for those of you who are interested.
Basically, you get small surveys asking you about places you go or things you might have. The more you get out and about, the more surveys you'll get, so I think it'll actually mesh well with Pokemon Go when it comes out. Be sure to answer truthfully.
Yeah that's like saying this app lets you download paid apps for free.
Não perca seu tempo com ele. Dá para contar nos dedos as vezes que respondi um questionário completamente. Na maioria, eu não era "elegível" para a pesquisa.
Me sentia perdendo tempo, chegando aí ponto de deletar minha conta.
Hoje eu utilizou o Google Rewards. Ele tem o mesmo princípio, mas te paga na hora, com créditos na sua moeda.
Mesmo eu não sendo elegível para terminar a pesquisa, ganho crédito. Esse eu recomendo!
> Responda a breves pesquisa e receba créditos do Google Play. Faça o download do Google Opinion Rewards agora mesmo: [link]
Seems very much in line with their Google Opinion Rewards and Google Play Free Song of the Day initiatives.
If the droids have been working like the Story Cards did, then your calculations are correct. I haven't been opening any, just got the first two oranges, only before I found out how this set really works.
If the teal and pink odds do not stack, it is 1/25 for the color, then 1/8 for the card that you want. If you need that last card, it is a 0.5% chance (half of one percent!!)
If they do, stack, then the math I used for the oranges would apply. (1/25)*8= 32% for a teal or pink. 64% for any insert out of the free packs. 84% out of the master packs, for any insert.
Edit: one way to tell if the odds are stacked for teals and pinks is to see if someone got more than one insert, excluding orange, in a pack. Example: 1x pink droid #1, 1x pink droid #2, rest base.
Edit: Link to google rewards: [link]
This is a neat app If you don't mind google using it to build up their advertising profiles.. (I know, Kinda hypocritical that I would be helping to develop something that discourages ads...)
You get play store credit for answering the occasional survey, it's never much, but it adds up!
Use Google Opinion Rewards and I have made over 30 bucks for stupid questions. They do ask if you have ever been to, shopped at fictitious place to trick you.
The only legit money you're going to make online is either in you're own e-commerce business or in small less-than-a-dollar amounts.
Bing Rewards - Search Bing and earn
InboxDollars - Cash for surveys
(For Mobile) Google Opinion Rewards - More cash for surveys
See my post as well as Rewards
Let me know if you've got any more questions.
e: for Twitter I'd suggest Falcon.
If you're on Lollipop, you can do it really by just making a new user. Just double drag down on notifications, pic, then press on the little blue person icon in the top right (you can edit this to be you if you want, maybe you have), then add another user. Don't use a guest account to do it. Make sure to use a different email (so I've been told).
Doing it this way also means that when you update it on one user, it updates on both, but you'll still need the same amount of open space to install. The data downloaded after the install will need to be downloaded twice, luckily after the initial install, they're small downloads. And since you're on Android remember to get [Rewards][link])
I'm not going to downvote you, instead I'm going to link you this:
Google will periodically give you little surveys that take less than 30 seconds to do (1-3 questions), and in return give you anywhere from $0.10 to $0.30 on Google Play credit. It shouldn't take you more than a week or two to get to 2.99. Once you go, go and buy the premium version.
It really does add up quickly, I use it to buy apps and rent movies to watch on my Chromecast, and I currently have $17.90 in credit just from doing surveys.
You'll be supporting the developer, and it won't cost you anything but a few minutes of your time.
[link] Direct link for the lazy.
Yup! It's this! You sign up by giving some info about yourself and then every once in a while they'll send you surveys & reward you with some money in the form of Google credits. You get around $0.10-1.00ish. I've had a lot of luck with getting surveys and managed to earn around $12 since I started back in May but my boyfriend and friends have only gotten a few bucks, haha. The credits expire in a year.
Apparently not just US, based on other comments. Here's the Play store link
Why not? Google does it.
I started playing with the Light Ninja HoH I have maybe spent 100 bucks on the game (some of it free money from Google Rewards ([link])
I have one Nat 5 that I got from an everyday average mystic scroll. Water Sea Emperor
If you haven't found it by now, its Google Opinion Rewards
If you have an android, start doing google surveys.
It might be US-only like most of the cool things Google does, but I'm not certain. The payouts and frequency of surveys aren't what they used to be, so be forewarned. I get about a dime every couple days, whereas in the beginning it wasn't unusual for 40-50 cents per survey.
Google Opinion Rewards.
It's possible that you could buy one of the early games for free within a couple months with that.
LPT/Shoutout to Google Opinion Rewards for giving me over $30 of credit for apps!
Eh. Download [link]
Every now and then, do a survey. I have 5.25 saved up from abut 30 seconds of poking my phone. Good, free money to waste on those dollar apps from time to time.
There is an app called Google Opinion Rewards where Google sends you a survey and you get money put into your Google Play account. You can use it to get the 56 cents.
I spent $7 I got doing Google Opinion Rewards surveys.
I'm not sure find out!
He means Google Opinion Rewards credit. You do short surveys for Google and earn Google Play Credit.
For those complaining about the price Google Opinion Rewards . I've had this for about a month and I've made just over two dollars. Stop you bitchin. Much love!
For Play Store credit. [link]
Get the app there. From what I understand, it may not work in your country.
Thanks to /u/KissFromAGhost I just got double tap to sleep. But now I'll have to save up with my Google Opinion rewards for that one
Gotta do some google surveys. It's how I paid for my copy.
>dark Germany Den anbahnenden Winter zu wenig hilfreich. Dann muss sich die Grenzfreiheit innerhalb von abgemagerten, räudigen Hunden in der Bevölkerung überfordert werden, die Google Opinion Reward App Runterladen und respektierst, dass man eben seine Knappheit. Und Apple und entfalten dort auch falsch was anderes gibt die Ressourcen in Deutschland, das Gegenteil. Die kämpfen auch mal streichen. Wie das irgendwo gelesen und zu falschen Drogen. Achso ^^
If you have an android device download this app: [link].
After that, just do the surveys as they come. If you go to purchase packs on an android device, you can use the google play credits you've accumulated from that app instead of actual currency.
If you can't afford $1.99 for Type Machine, then try Google Opinion Rewards, you should make enough in a week or 2. It's very non-invasive and the surveys are always super short.
download google opinion rewards it'll take a little while, but gettings 1.99 isn't hard with that.
Install this app: [link]
Use it for a few months, get $2 in credit, then buy Cronometer :D
I don't really play mobile games, but you should get Google Opinion Rewards. Basically you take quick surveys in exchange for a little bit of money on your Play account. A couple times a week, you'll get a notification that a new survey is available. The longest survey I've ever taken took me about 45 seconds.
I've had it for a few months and I just bought an album from the play store with my survey money.
Like I said, I don't have any recommendations for games, this is just so you don't have to limit yourself to free games.
Easy. Get this app, take a couple of seconds to fill out any surveys they shoot at you. You'll rack up enough for the app in no time.
I've earned over 50 dollars in the last 6 months.
If you've been using Google Opinion Rewards for at least a few weeks, it's free.
Go buy it :D
If you're not signed up for this, you should be. They give you Google Play credit to answer surveys.
Do a couple Google Opinion Surveys
I've been doing Google Opinion Rewards for a few months now (answer questions for advertisers, get Google Play credits), and have a few bucks saved up.
Just picked this one up for $0.99. This is absolutely fascinating. The concept of being the only 'help' for a young student stranded on a planet is neat... but better is that the game plays out sort of in 'real time'. You give suggestions, and then he's 'busy' for a few hours doing whatever you suggested. Makes it feel very, very real.
Thank you for the suggestion, I'm looking forward to his next missive :)
If you like play store credit and you haven't heard of it already, install Google Opinion Rewards on your phone.
Google will send you short, usually less than 1 minute, easy surveys, every few days or so that usually pay < $0.50 in play store credit per survey. It adds up quickly. I've made about $25 in the 2 years it's been on my phone. Surveys are usually really easy, short, about 3 questions, select from bullet list of answers.
Tip: If you decide to use it's usually a good idea to answer truthfully or if you're going to make stuff up answer consistently as they sometimes will send a survey that will compare your previous responses in order to see if you are answering reliably or just picking random answers. I have heard that they don't send you as many surveys if you're not a good survey taker. Also, target demographics come into play as well.
It's an app called Google Opinion Rewards
Free money to spend on play store
If you download Google's Opinions Rewards app (and answer the polls honestly) you can earn small amounts of Google Play credit.
Emphasis on honesty, because Google has means of determining if you're falsifying your answers or jumping through the poll for quick cash, which will end up in a ban.
It's a survey app. They send you surveys about all kinds of random stuff, you fill them out and get credits you can spend in the Google Play Store.
Woah, how do you expect someone to pay for an add free app Mr. Moneybags?
Not by installing Google Opinion Rewards and getting a few free dollars a month for awnsering 10 multiple choice questions I assume.
Yeah, I don't think the camera is terrible. I've never used a N5 so I can't compare, but it's not shit, just nothing that will get people saying "oh my what a lovely picture you got on your phone!"
As for the launcher, Google Now will give you a "Google experience", however I got very frustrated due to the lack of customisation it has. The only thing that Google Now Launcher does that no other launcher does is have the swipe-to-left from home to immediately access Google Now. I found that I don't use Google Now cards enough to be worth the lack in customisation. I now use Nova Launcher because it allows a crazy amount of customisation, including but not limited to (these are all things Google Now can't do, although a couple of these require the paid version):
And that's just naming the ones I can remember off the top of my head. Now that I'm settled in Nova, with my ideal home screen setup, I could never go back to Google Now. You can still access the cards by swiping up from the home key (the middle soft key).
If you're hesitant about spending for paid apps, you should check out Google Opinion Rewards which allows you to answer surveys for Play Store credit. You won't make a huge amount very quickly because you have to wait for surveys to come up which is infrequent, but the surveys are absurdly simple, 1 or 2 questions maybe, and you can accumulate enough for an app in a month or two, completely free.
Since I installed the Google Opinion Rewards app I haven't had to actually pay for a single app. The surveys add up and by the time I end up wanting to buy a paid app, I have enough stored already to get it.
The Google Opinion Rewards app isnt needed for this, its just an app from google that gives you google play credits in return for answering some of their questions.
The trick is to purchase a single song from the google play music store, that unlocks the Google Play Music service and you should be able to upload your own songs to it aswell.
Obviously i picked a cheap song (0.69 $ ) because it doesn't matter what song you purchase (you cant use a free song by the way, you have to purchase one)
How you purchase that one song is your choice, you could also purchase that one song using paypal or whatever, but i used the credits i got from the Google Opinion Rewards app.
Here is the Google Opinion Rewards app btw : [link]
Its a cool way of earning some credits to buy some apps, one hint : Females get WAY more questions than males and thus they can earn a lot more money, it will ask for your gender once you start using the app :)
I've "spent" about $15 in free google play credits I have earned from [link]
I find it useful. I've done both stamina and gear. Stamina was nice because when I was behind on the elite dungeons, I caught up. It let me do some extra farming. As for the gear, it is nice. I haven't had many good drops, but hey, I still had some.
Fair enough they could have given more notice that they were intending to start charging for it (or having you put up with ads), but it's $1 for fuck's sake.
If you haven't already, get Google Opinion Rewards and the first survey you answer will give you $1.
Google Opinion Rewards. After a few weeks, you'll earn enough for the app.
Or just spend the $5 right now and be done.
Confirmed, I have made a little over $20 in a year, and it takes hardly any effort. Here is the link.
Google Opinion Rewards $0.00
Not sure where all it's available, but it is in Canada, which is cool.
Here you go. Sorry if it doesn't work for you.
Download Google Opinion Rewards and you too can be rolling in tens of dollars.
but seriously, its how i buy shitty games for my phone.
This might be useful for you.
You will get Surveys from Google and once you answer them, you will get Play Store credits, with which you can buy apps.
google opinion rewards
Your real fuck up is the fact that you lied because you thought it gives you more money. No matter what you answer you get the same amount.
Source: Me and 2 other friends use the "Google Rewards" app which you are referring to.
Here's a direct link in case anyone wants. Open it with the Play Store if you're on an Android device.
They send you surveys. It's an app.
That's what I did. For some reason it just doesn't show up. I mean, this is the app, right?
I only found this link through google search, not actuall google play store search.
This stuff adds up fast, and only takes 30 seconds every now and then to answer a question or two.
Now I just need to figure out what I should buy....
Google Opinion Rewards is a pretty easy/non-shady way to get Play Store credit.
Here's a link
Prepare to have your mind blown.
gives you survey questions, you answer and get play store money (less than $1 usually, most are around .40-.60). Save up $4.99 or $9.99 in play store and use it to buy gems in Clash (there is a option to use playstore funds vs paypal or a debt/credit card)
[link] $1 for first use.
Oh, it might be US only. Here's a link to it, [link]
Never roll outside of GodFest.
Patience is key. Being inpatient is what costs money. Whether it be REM rolls, stamina refills or continues. You don't have to play every day, but do log in to get free stones/PAL Points/Tamadra.
Prioritize skill-ups every chance you get. There will be many times where one extra skill-up can mean the difference between victory and defeat. Some teams (specifically heroes) rely on having max skilled subs in order to be consistent.
If you are on Android download Google Opinions. I make around $2 per month doing surveys. It is perfect for those times when you need 1 extra stone for a REM roll.
I emailed them using the link they listed in their Play Store page: [mailto:]()
Really tempted to use some of the money that I got from Google Opinion Rewards in this RtG. I don't know if Dean is worth it though, I only have 2 SV pros at the moment and they are both down arrows.
lol a lot of apps I have cost money, but I get them for free using Google Opinion Rewards.
Google Opinion Rewards puts money in your google play account for completing surveys they offer. Very slow though.
~~Also, Featurepoints offers $10 Google Play gift cards. Use my referral code B5SW68 to get 50 points when you start. Or Non Ref~~ Ok I'm sorry, they don't have that at the moment. But they had $10 Gift cards before.
Thanks, I just signed up. I might not use the app for Madden, though. Here's a link for anyone else.
That's what Google Opinion Rewards is for ;)
To fund all your app purchasing needs.
get some free money to buy apps then and stop being cheep.
$10 in free money so far, get on my level
You're doing it wrong! Try this instead:
I never pay for adventures. I save my gold for expansions and usually have about 15k by the time they come around... So Hearthstone is free!
Here's the link:
Get paid for answering short surveys. Download Google Opinion Rewards now: [link]
It's too late for this adventure, of course, but at least you can get started!
In regards to running out of Pokeballs - I'm level 6 and stumbled upon a Blastoise, and when I went to throw the ball, he had a Red Ring around him (I've seen green and yellow to this point, imagine that's the capture difficulty).
I spent 32 balls trying to catch him (only had 40) so I just had to buy more. Luckily I had google opinion rewards (free play money), so I just bought 200 balls for "free."
If you guys don't have google opinion rewards yet, highly recommend - it's an app that has you take surveys and you get money from each one ($0.10 - $1.00 usually), and I easily have made $30+ using it. [link]
Track your mileage using the Strava app!. Link your account to AchieveMint to earn gift cards
Turn your miles into donations using Charity Miles (you can link this to a Walgreen's account and earn like a buck a month)
Use Google Opinion Rewards with your location history turned on to earn credit on the play store!
Get in on Google Opinion rewards. It pays you in Google credit for surveys. The surveys are like 7 questions or less and you usually get a fat $1 survey right out of the gates. The rest tend to average about $0.20 to $0.40
Be sure to answer the questions honestly and also don't forget how you answered them in the past. They will actively try to trip you up with the same questions later down the road.
You just bought a phone that costs nearly $1000 after taxes and you're worried about a $5 app?
Just use Google Opinion Rewards so at least the developer gets paid.
really its not a scam i just wanna help people out its just
google reward option in the app store:
Google Opinion Rewads
21 gems is only like 4-5 days of cutting down trees. Not too expensive.
I have also said this in other threads but you could also download google rewards. Its probably only spending 20 seconds of your time. If you are on iphone sorry.
I had to stop selling shit ever since I somehow linked it to my phone and now I have to activate every single damn sale once on pc and again on my phone.
Another good thing I found was this Google survey thing that pays me like 0.25c into my GooglePlay wallet for a ~5 second survey on if I've been to Coles lately and how many stars I rate it.
Edit: -63 downvotes, why the fuck is this community so toxic? I try to help out other fellow poor people find a way to earn in-store money to get shit? It's like you're all completely unaware that there are Paradox titles on GooglePlay and that this along with Steamcards is a great way for some to get a hold of them legally and "free".