We are thrilled to announce a revolutionary new way for you to enjoy Toluna on your smartphone: our sleek new mobile app for iOS!
Have an iPhone with iOS 8 or more recent? Download the app for free here now!
Check out some of the great features in the app:
Creating content, giving your opinion, and taking surveys is now at the swipe of your thumb. Enjoy a modern design and flip through the deck of cards to get surveys and view community content.
Want more surveys? Simply tap on the Surveys button to immediately receive a few more surveys just for you.
See something you want to save for later? Drag it into your pocket in the lower right hand corner and come back to it at a later time.
Not sure how something works? Not to worry, help cards will point you in the right direction.
Do you have an Android phone instead of an iPhone? Not to worry, we’re already working on the Android app version for you!
We hope you enjoy the new mobile app! Feel free to leave any comments you have about the new app on our Toluna Team topic here.
See you soon on the new mobile app or site,
The Toluna Team
Good afternoon members,
A few weeks ago, we asked 2000 US members via Toluna QuickSurveys about their habits and preferences for green vegetables. For the most part, the survey showed that members most frequently eat green leafy vegetables like lettuce, cabbage, spinach, kale and collard greens. In terms of leafy greens, romaine and spinach ranked highest with not too many fans of bok choy and arugula. The numbers stood similar for both men and women, as well as per region. Perhaps you were inspired by today’s infographic. Login to Toluna today to create your own poll and gather your friend’s opinions!
Friday February 27th was “National Strawberry Day,” so naturally we were curious to see what 2000 US Toluna members had to say about their favorite dishes with this sweet fruit.
We posed the following questions:
1. Which of the following do you like to accompany your strawberries with?
2. Do you like strawberries raw, or cooked?
Using Toluna Quick Surveys and Toluna Analytics, we were able to compare results on a number of different levels. Below are the results: