Which Are Some of the Best Reward Apps Today?

Which Are Some of the Best Reward Apps Today?

25 June 2024 | By INDIE

Designing a loyalty program is one of the many strategies companies use to retain their existing customer base and build brand loyalty. Customers find the array of freebies, rewards, and discounts enticing, and the more innovative the approach, the greater the chances of keeping the company's customers interested. There are many facets to a loyalty program, one of which is an app for rewards, but with so many choices, it is essential to pick the best-suited one. So, what are some of the best reward apps that customers can consider selecting? Read on.


What is a Rewards App?

Rewards apps are one of the essential aspects of loyalty program, reward programs, or customer loyalty programs. These programs allow customers to accumulate points when purchasing, which can later be redeemed for discounts, rewards, and vouchers for subsequent purchases. In this context, a reward application helps customers earn rewards by offering them coupons as well as a percentage of the purchase price, which works as a cash reward. These apps are effective in the sense that customers can not only save money but also potentially earn some rewards when they buy anything.


List of the Best Rewards Apps

When it comes to selecting the best app for rewards, here are some options to consider:


A smart market research application, Toluna allows users to earn rewards by completing and creating their own surveys. It partners with many retailers and brands, so the user has no shortage of choice. To use Toluna, you must register on the app and log in. After this, you can sign up for various surveys and possibly earn extra points if you create your own survey.


This is an excellent cashback and reward application that allows users to earn extra cash for points by participating in surveys, games, and shopping online. Again, you will need to create an account to get started, and the app will send you daily notifications about the various ways you can earn cash.


iPoll is another market research application that allows users to collect rewards by taking market surveys and completing certain tasks. Users are also encouraged to try various products and leave comments and feedback on them.


This is a robo-advisor investment application that has tools to help users understand the process of saving and investing. They can set financial goals, put money in a model portfolio, and earn rewards.

My Points 

In My Points, users can earn rewards and points by shopping online, watching ads or videos, printing coupons, participating in surveys, and so on. One of its unique features is that it works with some big retail names, such as Walmart, Macy’s, eBay, and Target.

Survey Junkie

Survey Junkie is another app that enables users to earn rewards by completing online surveys.

Opinion Outpost 

With this app, you can earn rewards by providing opinions and comments on products and services offered by several companies that Opinion Outpost has partnered with. Users can also test various products and watch advertisements on the app to earn more rewards.

Ipsos iSay 

Ipsos is a market research company that has developed iSay and offers opportunities for rewards if users give opinions on various products and services.

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It is fair to say that the prospect of earning some extra cash and rewards will always remain popular. In this regard, myriad reward apps are available that customers can consider depending on their preferences. The list mentioned above is primarily indicative and not exhaustive, but it will give you a fair idea of the kind of reward apps out there. 




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