SurveyKing App Review: Better Than I Thought?

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The SurveyKing app is one of the hundreds of survey apps out there.  In particular, this one has more than 100,000 downloads with a meh 4.3/5 rating, making it one worthy of reviewing.

Whenever I try to review an app, I always make sure it has more than 50,000 reviews to see if it’s worth your time.  And, it’s my goal to honestly review as many apps as I possibly can.

So, in today’s review, let’s check out SurveyKing.

Is it worth your time?

Should you join it?

As always, I’m 100% honest, only pushing what I feel is worth your time.

Let’s begin!

What is SurveyKing?

SurveyKing is simply a survey app, where you will be asked to answer a series of survey questions and then get rewarded for your time.

This app mainly works with third-party offerwall providers, such as BitLabs and Pollfish, to name a few, but this is very common for other survey apps.  Some work with more than others, however.   And, while there’s nothing wrong with these “offerwalls,” they aren’t unique and you will find them on many other apps because it makes it easy for the provider to give you surveys.  Literally, they don’t have to do much.

SurveyKing is operated by “mahmoud atef,” which in itself sounds suspicious.  I couldn’t find much other than there’s an MMA fighter out there, but it’s definitely not the person running the app.

Getting Started

To get started, you can only download the app via the Google Play Store.  At the moment, it isn’t available on iTunes nor is it readily available for your desktop.  If you don’t have an Android device, you will not be able to use it, unfortunately.

When you download the app, you can either connect via your Google/Facebook account or you can create a profile on the site, whichever you prefer.

After doing so, you can start earning.

Earning on SurveyKing

To earn money, it’s as easy as clicking on an offerwall of interest.

As mentioned, these are third-party companies that provide the app with surveys/offers and then pass on the profits to you.  So, if a company like Pollfish paid SurveyKing $1 for a survey, they may pass $0.80 to you, keeping $0.20.  Every site is different and they get to set what they want to send to you, so it’s important to know who offers the best rates.  In all of my research, companies like and Swagbucks often offer the highest rates.

The nice thing about SurveyKing is that they work with a lot of offerwalls.  In fact, I would say it’s one of the better options if you’re looking for something such as this.

Anyways, whenever you click on an icon, it will bring up a list of surveys and offers.

For example, clicking on CPX Research looks like this:

You will just click on a survey on interest and then complete it for the points specified.  Remember, you won’t qualify for every survey you click on.  In fact, you may only qualify for maybe 10% of the surveys you click on, just keep in that mind.

Each one will be similar.  I can’t stress it enough, though.  Make sure these surveys are worth your time.

Other Ways to Earn

Aside from the surveys, you can earn in additional ways, including:

Video ads, which pay about one to five points for every 20 second ad you watch.   These usually aren’t worth your time, and in this case, I probably would skip out.

Offerwalls, which are similar to the survey companies, only that these are different companies, such as OfferToro, Monlix, etc.  These are more of a “do this and get paid” rather than answer a question.  These can be okay, but again, like surveys, make sure it’s worth your time.

Refer a friend as well, where you can earn 20% of what your friends can earn.  Just copy your special link and pass it on to your friends.  Don’t spam it, however, as this can lead to a ban.

How Much Are Points Worth?

When it comes time to cash out, you will have points in your wallet, which you can then convert to rewards.

For every 1,000 points you earn, you can cash out for $1 in rewards.

Put simply 1,000 points = $1.

The Rewards

With these points, you can choose from a variety of rewards, including:

  • PayPal
  • Binance
  • Advcash
  • Perfect Money
  • Wise

These are subject to change, but as long as there’s PayPal, you shouldn’t have a problem.  Seeing 99% of survey takers want PayPal, this is as good as cash and should be fine.  I know some people like Amazon or other gift cards, but this isn’t available at the moment.

Looking at the reviews, it takes about 24-48 hours to receive your payment.

The Pros:

  • wide selection of surveys and offerwalls
  • user-friendly interface and easy to navigate
  • real-time reporting
  • legitimate app
  • no ads

The Cons:

  • some glitches reported
  • long and repetitive surveys noted that don’t compensate you
  • kicked out of surveys frequently

Final Thoughts

4/10You will never make much with survey apps, even the best of them all, but if you want to choose one, you will always want to pick out one that makes sense to you.

While this app seemed kind of suspicious, mainly because of the name, I enjoyed it more than I thought I would.  They have a ton of options, it’s easy to use and you won’t see a ton of ads.  I liked it.  Plus, the rates seemed to be aggressive in comparison to major competitors.

In the end, it’s definitely one of the better apps, but again, you WON’T make much.  I’m talking a few dollars a day.  If you’re happy with that in your free time, then sure, sign up.  If not, you may want to move on to something else.

That’s going to do it for now.

If you tried it and/or have questions, feel free to sound off below.

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Tom Nathaniel

Hi! My name is Tom Nathaniel, and I created LushDollar to help share my honest thoughts on everything money. You won't find gimmicks here. It's the Internet's most honest money site after all. I graduated from Arizona State University, and I have worked in the finance industry since 2006, consulting with multiple Fortune 5000 companies.

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