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15 Best Money Making Apps – 2020

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Best Apps to Make Money in 2020

Coming across extra income isn’t the easiest thing.

Thankfully we live in a time of opportunity and even during a pandemic there are ways to make extra money from home.

We’ll look at some of those ways here that are specifically useful to make money from your smartphone.

So, let’s get to it, the best apps to make money from in 2020.

Ebates (now Rakuten)

Ebates Rakuten Make Money

The way Ebates works is you get a cash rewards for purchases made at retailers in the Rakuten network.

If you’re unfamiliar with Rakuten, they have over 2,500 stores they are partnered with, which means a lot of opportunities for cash back!

As an example, a few of the stores you’ll be able to shop at are Amazon, Walmart, eBay, JCPenny, Macy’s and more! That’s what makes this app so great for earning potential, almost every major store you’ll shop at will offer rewards!

Google Opinion Rewards

Google Opinion Rewards for extra cash

Opinion Rewards is what it sounds like, you get paid for opinions!

Google offers surveys to take on your smartphone and they are perfect if you’re relaxing in the evening and just want to make a few extra bucks.

The surveys are relatively short as well, so it won’t take a serious time commitment.

Once they are completed, payments are given via Google Play credits or Paypal credits.

Bookscouter

Bookscouter

Surprisingly I haven’t seen this one mentioned too often, which is why I wanted it near the top of the list.

Bookscouter allows you to scan the bar-code of any book and it will list out a variety of websites that will buy it and at what price.

So, if you’re like me and had college textbooks at the end of every semester you couldn’t get rid of, this is perfect for you! I made a sizable amount of income back from reselling my textbooks as well as selling books I’ve found at discount stores.

iPoll

ipoll for extra money

Just like Google opinion Rewards, iPoll pays users to take surveys on their phone.

The surveys are also similar to what you’ll find on Google, but instead of Google Play credits, users can cash out in gift cards for Paypal, Amazon, and Apple App store.

Slidejoy

Slide Joy for Extra Money

We’re bombarded with advertisements all day every day, so why not see a few more but make money while you do it?

Slidejoy turns the home screen of your phone into a billboard, displaying ads for you to interact with. Each time you open your phone (which is often for many of us), you’ll see an ad that you can learn more about before using your phone.

The downside is this app is only available for Android users.

Cash outs are allowed through Paypal or through one of Slidejoy’s charity programs.  

Acorns

Acrons investing

Many people are looking to invest but don’t know where to start.

Acorns helps you get started and takes on the difficulty of what to invest in for you.

How it works, is after linking your debit/credit card or other spending account to the app, it tracks what purchases you make. For each purchase, Acorns rounds up to the nearest dollar and invests the difference.

For example, if you make a purchase of $5.80, the app rounds up to $6 and invests the extra $0.20 for you. All you have to do is sit back and relax while you let your money work for you.

Acorns isn’t free and the base plan does require $1/month.

Sweatcoin

Make Money with Sweatcoin

An interesting take on money-making from an app is Sweatcoin, a company that pays you to exercise.

Sweatcoin offers an incentive to workout by measuring how many steps you take in a day and rewards you accordingly with their in-app cryptocurrency “sweatcoin”.

These coins can be cashed out a variety of ways in their in app store. I highly recommend it because you’re going to move around anyway, might as well get rewarded for it!

Money App

Money App Review

No surprise the purpose of this mobile app.

Money app has a list of tasks that can be completed, and I recommend looking through the ones in the “hot” tab for highest rewards.

After your Credits balance is high enough, you’ll be able to cash out to your Paypal.

Foap

Foap For Earning money

Have an eye for photography? Then this is a perfect money-making opportunity for you!

Foap allows users to submit their photos to be bought by anyone who made need them, including larger companies which also frequent the app.

There is a less passive approach to earning on Foap if you don’t want to wait and hope for people to buy your photos. Foap offers “missions” which allow photographers to submit photos to audition for whatever the client is requesting.

All payments from Foap are made through Paypal.

Survey Junkie

Survey junkie earnings

Similar to other survey apps, Survey Junkie allows you to complete surveys for money.

The difference with Survey Junkie is that the app matches you with surveys that are the most relevant to your lifestyle based on questions to answer when signing up.

All points earned from surveys can be cashed out through gift cards or Paypal.

Swagbucks

Earn cash with Swagbucks

This app has been around a while and paid out over $410 million since its inception in 2008.

There are a variety of ways to earn from Swagbucks. You’re able to shop online through their app, take surveys, watch videos, and more! This means there are a variety of ways to earn depending on what you’re able to do at the moment.

Like Survey Junkie, you’re able to cash out Swagbucks points for gift cards or directly to your Paypal account.

Userfeel

Userfeel for income

Userfeel allows companies and small businesses to get data on how users interact with their website or app.

You are the user! Userfeel is the middleman for these companies and you can get paid to tests sites for them.

These tests can get fairly in depth and will require more effort than the previously mentioned money making opportunities.

Offerup

Offerup as a side hustle

Offerup is a marketplace used to sell anything you want to get rid of!

Imagine an online garage sale that you can manage from your phone. That’s the whole purpose of Offerup, an easy place to get rid of the things you no longer need and maybe flip some items you find.

TaskRabbit

Taskrabbit for money

The gig economy has introduced a plethora of interesting ways to make money, from ridesharing to grocery shopping for people.

Taskrabbit is an app that implements the main principles of the gig economy, allowing people to request tasks and you get paid to complete them!

It’s simple to sign up here!

Mercari

Mercari for side hustle

This app is similar to Offerup as it’s a place to sell anything you’re trying to get rid of.

Personally, I use it a lot for clothing as it’s the best for clothing brands and accessories. But other items are sold on Mercari, such as household goods and collectibles.

Check it out!

Making Money on your Phone!

It’s not the simplest thing in the world to make money from your phone. But the previous apps will help and at least provide some extra money per month, especially if you’re consistent. That’s the important part to remember that many forget, consistency is key. If you don’t put in time to earn money, then you won’t.

Best of luck and happy earnings!

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