Top Apps That Pay You To Take Paid Surveys





Today I’d like to talk about the Top Apps that Pay You To Take Paid Surveys. Paid Surveys are one of the most popular ways to make money online, so it makes sense that it’s very popular to take surveys on your phone as well.

On this list you’ll find all the survey apps that I’ve found to be scam free and legitimate. I’ve reviewed quite a few of these apps, so if you’d like to learn more you can read my full review of each.

If making money with your phone and paid surveys is for you, make sure to join some of these awesome paid survey site apps.


Top Paid Survey Apps

Swagbucks – $5 Sign Up Bonus

By far my favorite app that pays you to take surveys and other things. Swagbucks has built in surveys that you can take at anytime on your mobile device. Payments start at $5 gift cards to almost any store you can think of.  You can learn more or join by reading my Swagbucks Review.

Inbox Dollars

Another great option to take online surveys, and they also offer other ways to earn. I personally prefer Swagbucks, but this is another great option. Payments are made via check once your account reaches $30. You can learn more or join at InboxDollars.com

Surveys On The Go

Surveys On The Go only lets you earn by taking surveys, but the app is fantastic for taking surveys on your phone. Most surveys are general, but there’s a lot of location based store surveys that come up if you live in the city. You can learn more or join by visiting Survey On the Go.

Quick Thoughts

A survey app that only offers surveys for earnings. At anytime you can answer a few screening questions and they’ll try to find you a survey. You can cash out once your account reaches $10 via iTunes gift cards. You can learn more or join by visiting QuickThoughts



Instant Rewards App

An app similar to Swagbucks, where they offer a few ways to earn. Cash out your points once your account reaches $10 via PayPal, Amazon, Walmart, and a few other gift cards. You can learn more or join by visiting InstantRewardsApp

Voice Polls

This app allows you to take one question polls created by it’s users, but you can also sign up to receive paid sponsored polls, which are basically surveys. Cash out via PayPal once your account reaches $5.  You can learn more or join by visiting Voice Polls

MicroHero

Is an app that you can download and take short surveys on. All earnings are donated to your favorite charity. You can learn more or join by visiting MicroHero.

iPoll

A mobile survey app that also offers mystery shopping surveys. Payments start at $10, but the more sought after rewards start at $25. You can learn more or join by visiting iPoll.com

Survey.com

A pretty good survey app that allows you to earn just by taking surveys. App is designed well to make this process very easy. Get paid via PayPal once you earn $7.50. You can learn more or join by visiting Survey.com

Panel App

The panel app is actually a location tracking app that pays you a few cents a day to keep the app installed, but it also pays you more to take surveys on where you actually were at a certain time.  You can learn more or join by visiting the Panel App.


What’s The Best App?

Every single one of these apps is a good option to take surveys with, but I personally prefer Swagbucks. If you find an app that you prefer go ahead and join, but you already know which one I prefer.

Before you join any of these apps you need to know that these are all just extra income. None of these apps are going to make you rich. As long as you know that going in, you should be pretty happy with any of the apps on this list!

To learn more or to join any of the apps above, just click on the link near the name. If you’d like to see some other great ways I make extra cash online try these sites.

What’s your favorite survey app? Are there any survey sites you prefer that don’t have apps? 

 

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Fred Chong - February 4, 2016 Reply

A good review with advice why no one would become rich working with “Paid Online Surveys”. Your post has also reminded me of the “Survey on The Go” trend which explains why it is becoming a favourite pastime. Thank you for sharing!

Michel - February 4, 2016 Reply

Great review, and there is such a selection.

Only problem is that it is so time consuming to do all these surveys and poll’s that you hardly have time left for the important like building your own business.

As you say this type of work will never make you rich, so I think I will stick tho blogging.

    Brok - February 7, 2016 Reply

    Hey Michel,

    Thanks for checking out my list of survey site apps. You’re right that these apps won’t make you rich. I do have to say that a few of these apps aren’t that time consuming, but of course you won’t be making much either.

    Thanks for reading,

    Brok

Fred Chong - February 4, 2016 Reply

A good review with advice why no one would become rich working with “Paid Online Surveys”. Your post has also reminded me of the “Survey on The Go” trend which explains why it is becoming a favourite pastime. I’d rather spend my time building my online business instead of indulging with paid online survey.Thank you for sharing!

    Brok - February 7, 2016 Reply

    Hey Fred,

    I agree that building your own online business has much more income capabilities, but some people aren’t interested in putting in the time and work that it takes.

    Some are just looking for extra cash, which is exactly what these apps are for.

    Thanks for reading,

    Brok

Jovo - February 4, 2016 Reply

Hi, thank you for this text, I feel this is a honest review and you are clear about your position about these Apps for extra income. I have heard for some of them, but some like Inbox Dollars and Micro Hero are new to me.

You favorite Swagbucks does not look so attractive to me, as I understand it does not give any cash. Going to check some others in the list, many thanks indeed.

    Brok - February 7, 2016 Reply

    Hey Jovo,

    You’re right that Swagbucks doesn’t pay via cash as in check or direct deposit, but they do offer PayPal. Personally that’s how I prefer to get paid over any gift card so it’s still pretty much cash as long as you have a PayPal account.

    Brok

Ian - February 7, 2016 Reply

I’ve tried filling out surveys on my phone a while back but the surveys took forever and I started getting a lot of spam in my inbox since I had to provide my email address for every survey.

Have you tried these apps? And have you successfully made money?

Thanks for sharing this.

    Brok - February 7, 2016 Reply

    Hey Ian,

    Yes you do have to give out your email for all of these and some of these apps do not have a great return on investment, but if you’re just looking for some extra cash these are the best ones to try out.

    I’ve tried all of these apps and have been paid by each.

    Brok

Joon - February 11, 2016 Reply

Well, I’ve been hearing about these paid surveys a lot. I kind of shyed away from this before since I heard you can’t really make much, but since I’m not making any profits at the moment I’m thinking about giving it a go. Is it really time consuming to make some money with going through surveys?

    Brok - February 12, 2016 Reply

    Hey Joon,

    Thanks for checking out my list of survey apps. Honestly some of them have better return on your time than others. I like Swagbucks because there’s multiple other ways to earn including watching videos which you can just do in your free time.

    Surveys on the go is good as well, you won’t receive a ton of surveys, but they are usually pretty short and if you do 5-10 surveys over the course a few months you can earn $10-$15 pretty easily.

    Brok

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