Ten best Android apps to make money
When it comes to making money people always think that it is a very tedious task and you need to put a lot of efforts. It is quite true too. But there are ways by which you can earn some extra money using your smartphone. Sounds like a scam? NO! It isn’t! Obviously, you won’t turn into a multi-millionaire in just seconds, but yes you can always earn a buck or two now and then. We are presenting a list of 10 best android apps to make money using your smartphone.
Here Ten best Android apps to make money
Google Opinion Rewards
Ever wondered why companies use the phrase ‘your opinion matters’? Well, I’ll tell you why. Google Opinion Rewards is an app that lets you share your opinions via filling out surveys and Google Pays you money in the form of Google Play Store credits, pretty neat right? Also, you’ll be notified with all the new up and coming surveys, and they too have a deadline, so make sure to complete them as soon as you are notified.
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Freelancer is a two-way platform where you can both hire and find jobs. Yes, there is no instant money when it comes to the actual day to day usage of the Freelancer app. The app rather provides you with a platform where you get to share your skills and get paid for it by completing projects assigned by clients. The worldwide availability makes it, even more, easier to hire and find jobs.
QuickCash is based on a reward system that lets you earn money for the websites you visit and the apps you download. For each app download, you’ll receive some points, and these points then can be redeemed into dollars directly to your PayPal account. 1000 points are equal to $1.
So, there is some stuff that must be lying around your house that might not be of no use but may have some importance to others. So, why not start selling such items on eBay. You can create your listing on the website, and then you can even run an auction to attract more buyers. The only thing that you need to take care of is the shipping. Shipping charges can be a pain initially but, if we look at the long shot, it won’t matter much.
Ibotta offers you money in the form of cashback. Whenever you go out for shopping, say, for example, you are going to getting some groceries and going to but some clothing, after you pay you to need to enter the details of the purchases you made and then get them verified via Ibotta. Ibotta then after verifying, sends you the cash back that you earned on all the purchases that you made and then those earnings can be received in your PayPal, Venmo and even in gift cards.
Ebates is quite similar to the app mentioned above Ibotta. Ebates lets you receive some of the referral and discount coupons that can be redeemed at the counter while you are making your purchases. The coupons let you both avail some discounts, and you can receive some cash back on your purchases.
PayPal will not make money on its own, but you are supposed to do certain tasks and then receive your payments via the app. Most of us know PayPal because of eBay, but recently both got separated. ‘PayPal Business’ is for small level merchants, it gives them the ability to receive payments for their services or sale. The amount hence received can be transferred to the bank accounts or even reused via this app for making purchases.
Uber or Lyft
Uber and Lyft are transportation services with their network in all major cities and several other countries except the US. Uber is now available in over 81 countries or 581 Uber cities so that you can have an idea about their reach. You must know how to drive a car, and you must own one too so that you can be converted into a taxi. All you then need to do is pick and drop customers, for which you are paid. This can be a full or a part-time job.
Foap lets you post photos that you’ve clicked via your phone’s camera or even any kind of camera for that matter. There are certain specifications that are needed to be followed, and then you are good to go. The buyers then can view the photos that you’ve posted and then can buy then and there. There is a minimum of $5 limit, after that you can redeem the balance.
The app is similar to QuickCash where you are supposed to test applications and visit websites, and in return, you’ll get paid. You can also additionally do surveys and play games along with inviting your friends. The money earned is then can be transferred to your PayPal account.
So, this was out the list for the ten best Android apps to make money. Well, these apps won’t be making you a multi-millionaire overnight but lets you save or earn a penny or two on the go that is for sure. Do tell us about similar apps that you are using.
Sejal Parmar loves to explore the newly released Apps & Games. She blogs at Rule.FM and writes about latest Android Apps & Games.