Perk TV


Description of App: 

Watch videos, earn points, get rewarded!

Perk is the Mobile Reward Program with more rewards, more apps and more giveaways than anyone!

Earn Perk Points on the go with Perk TV. Watch the latest movie trailers, app trailers, and popular videos, then cash in your points for gift cards and other awesome rewards.
Simply open up Perk TV on your iPhone or iPod Touch, start watching videos, and redeem your Perk Points on 100’s of Gift Cards from Amazon, Walmart, Gap, Starbucks, Target, and many more!

- Free to Join
- 100’s of Gift Cards to chose from
- Tablets, Headphones, Laptops and other goodies
- Huge variety of videos and trailers to keep you entertained for hours
- Use points to enter sweepstakes for a chance to win Gift Cards and more
- Donate to over 1,000 charities including Autism Speaks, Wounded Warrior Project, American Cancer Society and more

Get Perking and get rewarded!

Apple Watch Support: 

Not Known



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Device(s) App Was Tested On: 


iOS Version: 


Accessibility Comments: 

accessible, though there are several unlabeled buttons, and the app can crash quite a bit, I have had to reinstall the app several times because of this. There are 5 tabs on the bottom, the default being movies. I have found I don't seem to be able to get into the easy points tab, double tapping on this does nothing. I have also noticed several times when scrolling the screen VoiceOver can try to speak and then be interrupted. I found my phone crashed completely when I tried to use the item chooser in the app. sometimes flicking around the screen it can become very sluggish. also its not clear what some buttons do like the one labeled as tab air logo. Layered windows can also make this app problematic to use, and its difficult finding things like account settings, not that you often need to go in there, but I have needed to after reinstalling the app to turn on low bandwidth mode.

VoiceOver Performance: 

VoiceOver reads all page elements.

Button Labeling: 

Most buttons are clearly labeled.


There are some accessibility issues with this app, but it can still be used if you are willing to tolerate these issues and learn how to work around them.

Other Comments: 

sometimes you will need to explore the screen particularly when doing things like playing videos it isn't always easy finding controls, and changing things like account settings.

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