Bing Rewards

Bing Rewards
Free
658 reviews
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Download size

1 MB

Last updated

11/11/2014

Version

2.0.0.3

Works with

  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • Windows Phone 8

App requires

  • phone identity
  • data services
  • web browser component
  • HD720P (720x1280)
  • WVGA (480x800)
  • WXGA (768x1280)
  • internet connection
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• Use the Bing Rewards app to manage your account, earn and redeem credits, enter sweepstakes, and find new ways to earn every day.
• Pin the Bing Rewards app to your start screen to track your available credits and complete daily offers. 
• New Native UI and design
• Check your current status and find out how to get to the next level
• Track your order history and ensure you received all the items you ordered with your hard earned credits
• Windows phone 8 users, please upgrade to 8.1 to use Facebook account
• Windows phone 8 users, ensure that you are earning credits for searching with Bing on your phone - http://www.bing.com/explore/rewards-wp8
• Please ensure that your searches are being counted towards your credits -  http://www.bing.com/rewards/faq?meru=%252f#HowcanIearncreditsforsearchingonBinginWP8v1

Bing Rewards is NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE OUTSIDE THE US. We apologize for any inconvenience.
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Reviews

  • by Kenny 1/21/2015
    Says I have 0 credits, mobile searches don't worry, and swiping/scrolling is an issue. Please fix!!
  • by Jared 1/19/2015
    Can do basic functions, but cannot see my Bing points. Says 0 even though I have more on the PC site.
  • by Greg 1/15/2015
    Finally an app! I sign in and I get credit for my searches on my Icon finally. You get 5 stars for this. Now lets start updating your other apps! 😁
  • by Hawkins 1/15/2015
    Woah.. $5 gift cards to useless places.. Small potatoes. But nice effort. Waste of time to most
  • by Ronald 1/15/2015
    Logging into an account with two factor enabled is painful. You are taken to the login screen for username and password then it prompts for code. You task to authenticator app copy number, task back and it goes back to the username password screen and by the time you enter the code expires.
  • by FAHMI 1/14/2015
    You know why!!!
  • by Joshua 1/12/2015
    "Boohoo its a web wrapper, it's not a real app, Microsoft can do better than this!" Blah blah blah **** you whiney toddlers....there's nothing wrong with web apps. Sure there's not as many features as a traditional app, but it conveniently gets you to where you need to be, and it does that just well. Look how many web wrapper apps are on iOS or Android, but you don't hear people complain about that do you? Grow up and start making reviews for the sake of the quality, functionality and performance, not just because "it's a web wrapper"...
  • by Ethan 1/12/2015
    Worked great for awhile, then all of a sudden the app refused to scroll up and down on my Lumia 521, but then you fixed that. Then it wouldn't show how many credits I had(said 0), that got fixed. But, why does it randomly sign out??? If you tap sign in you don't have to type in your email and password. But still, why would it randomly sign out???
  • by Tanner 1/10/2015
    Seems like they finally got the scrolling fixed. Works well.
  • by Andrew 1/8/2015
    Can't sign in because switching to the multi-factor authentication app and back resets the input credentials.