Google Opinion Rewards Stories May 23, 2017
Google Opinion Rewards hits India, Singapore, and Turkey in latest update
Update: Google has reached out to clarify that while Opinion Rewards is available now in India and Turkey, it’s not coming to Singapore until May 31st.
Occasionally, one of Google’s apps will get an update just to expand international availability. Today’s update to Google Opinion Rewards, the company’s app that pays you in Google Play credit to answer short surveys about topics (sometimes) relevant to you, is one of those cases.
Google Opinion Rewards Stories January 27, 2017
Google Opinion Rewards expands to Austria & Switzerland, adds notification sound
While Google Opinion Rewards may not be as generous in asking questions and awarding Play Store credit as it once was, the service is still active. An update today expands the service to Austria and Switzerland, while adding a new navigation drawer and notification sound.
Google Opinion Rewards Stories September 3, 2016
Google Opinion Rewards debuts in France, offers payment through PayPal
Google Opinion Rewards has always been a great way to make a few bucks for apps, movies, and music, but there are two big issues. The first, regional limitations. Opinion Rewards isn’t available everywhere, so unless you live in a supported country, you can’t use it. Thankfully, Google is adding new countries all the time, most recently with France.
Google Opinion Rewards Stories May 6, 2016
Google Opinion Rewards expands to Denmark, Norway, and Sweden
If you’re fond of purchasing new apps, movies and music on your Android smartphone, you might be interested in a less-than-well-known app from Google called Opinion Rewards. You’re obviously not going to get rich quick, but it’s a great way to earn small amounts of Google Play Credit a quarter at a time by answering quick 2-5 question surveys. Today, Google has expanded the app to three new countries: Denmark, Norway, and Sweden…
Google Opinion Rewards Stories March 28, 2016
Project Ara has been very quiet this year, with the last we really heard from the Mountain View company being a “re-route” announced last year. The project was slated in early 2015 to be getting a market pilot in Puerto Rico, but that just didn’t happen. Everything seemed to be on track when Regina Dugan and co. were talking up the project during the Google ATAP event at I/O last year, but there haven’t been hardly any updates besides a new logo and a video look inside the group since.
Now, some new questions on Google Opinion Rewards seem to be polling the public on how much it might be willing to pay for Project Ara modules…
Google Opinion Rewards Stories March 15, 2016
While Google surprised us all by releasing the Android N developer preview last week, it hasn’t seen fit to announce a name for the software yet. Of course, that could simply be because it hasn’t thought up a name. After all, it didn’t see fit to finally confirm that Android 6.0’s ‘Tasty Treat’ name would be Marshmallow until late August last year, a couple of months after the dev preview dropped at Google I/O 2015.