Wondering how to download paid applications for free? Well, it's really simple, and there's no need to resort to applications of the likes of Lucky Patcher or others of dubious origin or legality. Google offers you a simple solution thanks to its app to fill in surveys. It goes by the name of Google Opinion Rewards, an Android app with which we can receive credit by answering simple questions to later spend on Google Play on applications or any other thing sold by the store: movies, music, books, press, mobile devices...
How Opinion Rewards works
To register, you only need to use your email account associated with Google. Then, each time a new survey is available, you'll receive a notification by email:
- Step 1: access the survey with your email through this app.
- Step 2: answer a series of quick questions.
- Step 3: receive the rewards in your account.
It won't take you more than a few minutes to complete the entire process and receive the money in your account to be later spent on Google Play, obtaining up to €0.75 for each survey. In other words, by answering a few you'll be able to download a paid application for free.
The surveys are usually about aspects regarding the user's perception of different aesthetical criteria and functions of mobile apps and other services accessible from smartphones and tablets.
This service is available in different countries around the world.
Did you know that Google Opinion Rewards is also available for iOS?
The application can also be downloaded for Apple's mobile devices, however, its users obviously don't receive money to spend on Google Play and definitely not to download applications from the iTunes App Store. In this case, the money is sent to their PayPal account.
Regarding the version for PC, not a sign of it yet: it only exists officially for Android and iPhone. And we hae to highlight the word officially because if you're interested in using it on your Mac or Windows, you could download its APK and make it run on an emulator of the likes of BlueStacks, Nox App Player or other similar tools.