Ho to Get Paid Android Apps for Free – Forever!

Android apps started out a bit shaky, but over the past couple of years the quality of applications in the Google Play app store has improved dramatically
November 5, 2014 Updated: November 5, 2014

Android apps started out a bit shaky, but over the past couple of years the quality of applications in the Google Play app store has improved dramatically — and of course, the new look and feel of “Material Design,” which Google introduced alongside Android 5.0, will help developers improve their apps even more.

While Android users were once able to get along just fine without spending a penny on paid apps for their smartphones and tablets, high-quality Android apps are now definitely worth paying for. But did you know that Google has an app that will help you get awesome paid Android apps for free without any limits?

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Google’s “Google Opinion Rewards” app has been around for quite some time now, but it recently popped up in a thread on Reddit so we thought it would be a good time to remind our readers about it.

With this awesome official Google app, users are asked to share their opinions in new surveys each week, and are given Google Play credits after completing each survey. Those credits can then be used to download paid apps, movies, music or other content for free.

Here’s the app’s description from the Google Play app store, and a download link can be found at the bottom of this post.

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?”

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