Perk TV App Review
Name: Perk TV App
Price: Free to join
Overall Rank: 2/10
The Product: Perk TV App(Mobile Phone Application)
Perk TV is an automated way to earn cash via GIFT CARDS with your smart phone. You download the application, let it run on your phone (continuously for any real profits) and you gain Points within Perk TV that can be exchanged for a wide variety of gift cards. The application will run videos (Application trailers, Movie trailers or other popular videos) and this is what earns you points, as of this writing you can gain anywhere between 1 to 4 points per video and they take about 30 seconds to run.
Every 1,000 perk points equals roughly $1.00 on a gift card of your choice from the Perk TV store. Now this is not going to be enough money for most of us to quit our day job of course. But, it is a nice little incentive to have this app and allow it to run on a phone or two you have just laying around (I think in today’s day in age we all have a few of these). Maybe save the profits of Perk TV to do the little extra things in life that not all of us have the ability to do like an extra Date night with the spouse, or go splurge with an extra $100.00 gift card at Target or just use it to buy some Domino’s for the whole family on Friday.
The PROS and CONS of Perk TV App
- Earn points and make money to exchange for gift cards for just letting it run, easy enough.
- A way to re-purpose old phones just laying around the house
- Easy to exchange the points for the gift card with just a click
- Option to take surveys to earn additional Perk Points (although I have not had much success with any survey online personally, but the option is present)
- There is a limit of 5 phones that can be used per account
- If you don’t have the extra phones laying around, this will be an additional expense to get it going (I wouldn’t use on my daily phone due to it killing the battery having it plugged in and running all day every day.)
- Perk TV is constantly adjusting how many points each video will give at any given time. At one time, it was 4 points per video and has done nothing but dropped per video with each update. Right now, you can earn one of the following 1 Point, 2 Points, 3 Points or 4 points per video watched, but the 4-point videos are pretty rare. I would expect more of the 1 point or 2-point varieties to be paid out per video.
- The application used to be a set it and forget it type application with no monitoring it to earn points, but has since placed a pop up asking if you are still watching and will auto stop if you don’t click the yes button.
Who is the PERK TV App product for?
It really is for anyone that has a compatible mobile phone and an internet connection. With the recent updates, it is still worthwhile for some individuals most find it not worth the time or effort to continue to use. I personally run this on three old phones simultaneously and earn anywhere between 2-3 dollars a day. Normally closer to the three dollar mark though.
Perk TV App Tools and Training
There is no real need for training, most people should be able to figure this out just by playing around with it. There is not a guide anywhere on the website that I was able to locate either, just in case someone was to look. You could use an emulator, but PERK TV has stated that they will ban you and remove all active points if you get caught.
Perk TV App Support
Is nonexistent! I had an issue with a survey that I actually completed and opened a ticket with PERK TV support, they did send me a responding email showing that “YOU HAVE OPENED A TICKET” but other than that email no more correspondence occurred through the support team.
The Price OF Perk TV App
The application is 100% free and can be found on the Google play store or the Apple app store.
My Final Opinion on Perk TV App
Although, this is free to download and install application that could earn you upwards of $5.00 a day (best case scenario with 5 phones running.) I have yet to determine if it is even worth the hassle to set this up for most people. You must take into account you are destroying the phone keeping it running nonstop all day every day, the battery will be shot at the very least. Not only that, but $5.00 dollars a day for running 5 phones non-stop what is the electricity cost that these may be pulling, bandwidth usage during peak times in your home etc.
If you don’t have the extra phones laying around the house in order to use, then you are also going to be out the phones cost which can be upwards of $40.00 dollars. I was able to find the CoolPad Arise at my local Kroger store for $10.00 (reg price $59.99) and bought a few, these phones run the application well enough and are cheap if you can get them on sale.
In closing if you have the extra phones laying around and you know for a fact you will eventually TRASH them, then I say go for it and give PERK TV a try. Otherwise, it is not worth the investment to get into this at this time. If they put the point system back to 4 points per video and take off the timer that kicks you out of the application, then it would definitely be worth giving it a try. But as for now stay away if you don’t have the spare phones on hand already.
If you’re interested in moving past GiftCards and discounts and you want to learn the next step in the online financial world like starting your own business. Then check out how PERK TV which is a great program stacks up against the #1 recommended program on this website. You can try out this program for absolutely nothing, no credit cards, you will also get 2 free websites at no cost just to test out the waters. If you like it stick around otherwise PERK TV will always be here waiting for you.
Perk TV App at a Glance…
Name: PERK TV App
Price: Free Mobile Phone Application
Overall Rank: 2/10
VERDICT: LEGIT (There is not a substantial profit opportunity with this application, although some profits can be earned)
There are just too many variables that have changed within the PERK TV program over the last year. This makes most of their customers feel as they never know what they are going to get with PERK TV, or that they are getting the shaft (So to speak) because the payout is constantly changing (decreasing).
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This review report has been submitted by Damon, of HowtoEarnaLivingUsingTheInternet