Use Bing Rewards on the Go, On Your Mobile
Article by George Norman
On 30 Jan 2014
Bing Rewards is available for mobile devices, Microsoft just announced. iOS and Android users can start earning credits with Bing Rewards as of this week.

Bing Rewards for Windows Phone will be available in the near future, Microsoft explained.

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Using your Microsoft account or your Facebook you can join Microsoft’s Bing Rewards program and earn credits for using the Bing search engine. You can then use the credits you’ve earned to get a gift card from a top brand such as Amazon or Dominos or you can donate them to the charity of your choice. The bottom line is that you can earn credits for using Bing and you can use those credits to get stuff.

The big news is that Bing Rewards has gone mobile. You can earn credits as part of the Bing Rewards program by using your mobile.

“Today we are taking our very first step to let you search and earn on the go. Available on iOS and Android devices starting today and coming soon to Windows Phone devices, we are rolling out the ability to search and earn and take advantage of offers right from your phone. Over the next several months we’ll be extending nearly all of the Bing Rewards features our members love on the PC to these mobile experiences,” said Alex Danskin, Senior Marketing Manager, Bing Rewards.

A new mobile optimized dashboard is presented to iOS and Android users who sign into Bing Rewards. This dashboard presents the offers you would find on your PC – it also presents exclusive, mobile-only search offers. Thanks to these exclusive offers you can earn some extra credits by using you iPhone or Android. Speaking about credits, staying on top of your balance is a very simple matter. You can view your balance from the aforementioned dashboard or you can just take a look at the bottom on any Bing search results page. Your balance is presented down at the bottom on all Bing search results pages.

Redeeming credits from your mobile is not available just yet. This feature, and support for Windows Mobile, will be added in the future.

Alex Dansking again:
“Next we’ll be adding the ability to redeem your credit balance in the mobile version of the redemption center so you can redeem and easily use digital gift cards and coupons when you’re on the go. For now when you’re ready, go to the Bing Rewards redemption center on your PC to redeem credits for a selection of gift cards, donations, and sweepstakes entries.”




Tags: Microsoft, Bing, Bing Rewards, Apple, iOS, iPhone, Google, Android, Windows Phone
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