Facebook viewpoints is Same Application like Google rewards you Are definitely earn from this application But you need some more information about that so today we give that information so complete read our blog.
Facebook is launching a new market research, task, and product testing program that lets users earn money. Starting today, people in the US who are over 18 can download Viewpoints and participate in a well-being survey so Facebook can learn to “limit the negative impacts of social media and enhance the benefits.” Other opportunities include completing online chores on behalf of Facebook, or trying out new apps or devices ahead of launch so Facebook can refine them.
The well-being survey will take about 15 minutes score users 1000 points, which translates into a $5 reward that’s paid over PayPal. People interested in signing up can join Viewpoints here. The company claims it will only use the data collected internally and won’t sell it. Facebook Viewpoints is available on iOS and Android, and the company plans to open the app to more countries next year.
Viewpoints is still rolling out, so we don’t know how easy it will be to reach 1,000 points. One of the screenshots shows a 15-minute survey (with 83 questions) that awards 1,000 points, but that could be an outlier for all we know. Facebook is not the only big company compensating users for taking surveys—Google has the popular Opinion Rewards app, but Google has been a better steward of our data than Facebook. If you really want that Facebook cash and live in the US, you can install the app below.
Before Viewpoints, Facebook had ‘Study’ that paid users for providing their app usage data. The social media giant has said that the information will not be used to target ads and neither will it be shared with third-party companies. Before Study, there was ‘Facebook Research’ that paid 13-17-year-old teenagers around $20 to install a VPN on their smartphones, which would allow Facebook to get complete access to their phone’s data. However, the social media giant pulled the app down after controversy.
Viewpoints is meant for users who are 18 years and older in the US. It said that it will provide additional ways for people to register and then eventually expand to new countries.