OnePulse is an app which you can download for your mobile phone and earn cash rewards. But is it worth it?
I’m always on the lookout for new ways to earn money. Because I work full-time and often running around after my children, one of my favourite ways is to earn using my phone. So when I found an advertisement for OnePulse, I was instantly interested.
How does it work?
Once you’ve downloaded the app onto your phone, you will need to fill out some basic personal details. Once this is done, you can start to answer Pulses.
How much can I earn?
This is where it is slightly different (and more complicated) compared to other survey sites. Every Pulse you complete, you earn XP. As your XP increases so does the amount you earn per Pulse. Some Pulses only earn you XP, whilst some will earn you cash as denoted by a small £ sign before you open the Pulse.
Cash Pulses will only earn you 10 pence, but this quickly rises. After two weeks, this had increased to 16 pence. It also took me two weeks before I earned my first £5. Obviously, the longer you’re a member, the more XP you have and the quicker it is for you to earn.
Do Pulses take long?
Okay, so they don’t pay much, but fortunately, they don’t take long. Most are only three questions long, which means it will take you less than 30 seconds to complete.
Any tips for using OnePulse?
Make sure you have notifications turned on for both XP and cash pulses so you don’t miss out. However, these don’t always work, so check your app frequently. I also find that I sometimes need to reset the app before I can see a new Pulse.
OnePulse also has groups that you can join. Join as many as you can to make sure you receive more Pulses.
Is it worth it?
£5 over two weeks isn’t a life changing amount, but I think it has taken me a little over 30 minutes of surveys to earn that amount of money. So almost £10 per hour isn’t a bad rate. Plus, as my XP goes up, the amount per hour I earn should increase too.
If you want to download the app, then Apple users click here
Android users click here