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15 Free Mobile Apps That Actually Pay You to Use Them
So, you've got a mobile smartphone. And you use it for doing things like, checking social media, checking emails, that kind of thing. Right? But did you know that you can put your mobile to much more use than that and actually get paid for using it? Right now, mobile app companies are practically screaming out for people to use their apps. This is because they are paid by certain companies and businesses to get things like product reviews, criticisms, testimonials and things on their products. And they then pay you for doing that for them. So, since you're all probably looking for a little extra pocket money, here's 15 Free Mobile Apps That Actually Pay You to Use Them!
1. Surveys On The Go
This is an app that has been put together by Fortune500 companies, news companies and even political campaigns and jury trials that make headlines everyday. And those companies need your opinion on these headlines. So they will pay you for participating in those posts through your comments, reviews and opinions. They pay from $0.25 to $5.00 cash for your opinions but it's usually about $1 a pop!
Gigwalk is an app that connects local businesses with people. These local businesses need things done for them like small contractual work. T hat could be something as simple as taking a photo of a shop display to testing mobile apps, delivery services to mystery shopping and more. They pay you from $6 to $220 depending on the work and location involved.
Ibotta is an app that pays you when you shop for your regular products and brands to earn cash with. They pay real cash to you when you buy through them from one of your favorite and preferred shopping stores and retailers like Walmart, Target, Safeway, Kroger etc. They pay you $10 just for trying Ibotta (for a limited time only). And more can be earned the more you shop through them.
Shopkick is similar to Ibotta in the way it works in that they pay you an incentive to check out certain stores and purchase certain eligible items from them. You can make even more money by making purchases of their recommended products and earn "kickbucks" by visiting and buying from stores through them, making purchases and scanning products etc. They pay you in gift cards once you've earned enough points.
With Checkpoint you can make money by scanning barcodes and by watching videos. You can earn points for doing these things which you can then redeem for gift cards at Amazon, Walmart etc etc.
6. App Trailers
Talking of watching videos, App Trailers is an app that pays you for watching high quality streaming videos of different Apps in the Apple App Store. It's the only app and place that will pay you for just that. You will earn points for doing so which you can then redeem for PayPal cash or points at Amazon.
IconZoomer will pay you for doing things like taking photos of things and uploading them. As well as sharing your points of view, criticisms or reviews of certain products. IconZoomer pay you 25 euro cents per each thing done which can then be paid by PayPal.
You will have to be a bit of a get fit freak to make good use and earn from GymImpact. You will have to make a week long pact to use GymPact while you work out. You'll get paid for every day you go to the gym and use the app. But you'll pay a penalty for each day you miss out though too! They pay you from $0.50 to $0.75 for every workout you do which isn't much but they only need to last a minium of 30 minutes and it all adds up!
9. ESPN Streak For The Cash
To earn from $FC by ESPN you'll need to predict the result for each and every game they display and try to be the one with the longest winning streak for the month. If you get them right and have the longest winning streak, you'll win a monthly grand prize of $50,000. Not bad for something that doesn't cost anything to do!
With PhewTick you can earn points for doing things like recording meetings with friends or colleagues. You need a QR code which you can scan using the app or have friends scan yours. Once you've earned enough points you can then redeem them for cash.
Do you like giving your opinion on things? Do you like taking polls? Then NPolls is what you need! They'll pay you for doing things like taht such as giving your opinion or taking polls of all kinds from sport polls, news and lifestyle, big brands and more. You'll get $0.20 for each poll or survey done and can withdraw it by PayPal.
12. Mobile Rewards
A very simple and straightforward rewards app that pays you for taking part in surveys, completing offers and doing things like watching videos. You earn credits for it which can then be redeemed as cash through/with PayPal.
13. Field Agent
Find jobs that are close to you from a map and accept it. That could be doing something like price checking something to completing a full survey within the allotted time frame. Then just submit your work to be verified and get paid for it. They pay you from $3 to $12 per task/survey/job successfully completed.
With Locket you don't really need to do anything other than just install the app and let it take over your phone. It wont take over completely, rather what it does is show ads on your lock screen. Even if you don't click on that ad and open it you'll still get paid for having it show on your phone. With Locket you can earn up to a maximum of $260 per month but you'll need to lock/unlock your phone at least 3 times in a 24 hour period. NOTE: Only currently available for Android users.
15. Easy Shift
With EasyShift all you need to do is complete simple tasks and assignments like taking photos or even recording the price of something or leaving your opinion on something. They make payments within 48 hours of you completing the task/assignment by PayPal.
And that's 15 Free Mobile Apps That Actually Pay You to Use Them!
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