NEWS17 May 2010

OnePoll unveils iPhone survey app

Technology UK

UK— Online survey firm OnePoll has launched a free iPhone app that allows users to take part in surveys and receive rewards.

People who download the app are paid between 10p and £5 for each survey they take. When they have amassed £40 the money is transferred to a PayPal or bank account.

The firm said that most surveys contain between 10 and 20 questions and existing OnePoll panellists can begin taking them immediately once they have downloaded the app.

Users who are not OnePoll members and download the app will also be given the chance to sign up for surveys on the firm’s website.

OnePoll research manager Kevin Smith said: “We’re really excited about this app. Not only will it allow OnePoll to take the research industry forward by providing a viable method to conduct mobile research, but also present an opportunity to iPhone users to earn cash on the move.”

The app is available in the UK and US and OnePoll said it plans to roll it out worldwide in the future.