• Ways to earn:

    • Earn up to 80 points per day for each type of tracked activity (biking, walking, running, swimming and other forms of exercise) you do. We connect with 30+ apps.

    • Earn up to 6 points per day for daily activities you do, such as logging food, sleep tracking, weighing yourself, meditating, sharing your health journey on Twitter, and more! We award 6 points for up to 5 unique activities. 

    • Earn bonus points through the Offers tab - a destination to earn more rewards by taking healthy actions. Participate in surveys, health programs, and research studies among other challenges. 

    • Earn points for the highest value activity of a given kind per day. 

      • For example, if you walk 4,000 steps according to Apple Health vs 1,000 steps from Fitbit, you’ll be rewarded the higher value of 4,000 steps. 

    • Staying healthy is an ongoing process, and we want Achievement to reflect that. That's why there's no limit to the amount of rewards that you can earn.


  • Syncing your activities:

    • Connect with any of the 30+ apps we sync with, and download our iOS or Android app to earn points on Apple Health or Samsung Health.

    • Using a wearable or other device? Be sure to sync your activities with your apps to earn points. 

    • Activities take 4-5 hours to sync with Achievement. Your Manage Apps page will give more details on when your apps have last synced with Achievement. 


  • How to redeem:

    • We pay you $10 for every 10,000 points you earn.

    • Once you reach 10,000 points, you’ll be eligible to redeem your reward. You can usually expect to get paid within 1 week, often sooner.

    • You can choose to be paid via Paypal or Giftrocket. 


  • Verified and Unverified data:
    • Each app we connect with shares it's data with us differently and we reward verified points using an algorithm for accumulating points, and unverified data with a set amount of points. For example, with Fitbit's step counter, we can verify the amount of steps a member accumulates because we're pulling directly from Fitbit's count. Some of the information we pull from some apps are unverifiable data, which means we cannot verify through the wearable that this action occurred. So for a bike ride, we would need the distance and time logged to reward more points. Any manually entered data is unverifiable on our end, so we reward a set amount of points per these actions. 
      To to put it a bit more simply, it depends on which app you are using and how the data is entered in to those apps!