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Top 5 Mobile Apps You Can Use To Make Money

Top 5 Mobile Apps You Can Use To Make Money

Technology has made many things easy to do, one of which is making money. You can make money from your computer or even your smart phone using mobile apps. The amount of money you make using these apps is usually small but it can help to pay for small things. Following are the top 5 mobile apps you can use to make money.

iBotta

iBotta assigns small tasks to users such as asking questions about various products, giving users a fact or to read about concerning a certain product, or requesting users to post a product on Facebook. It then rewards the consumer with a small amount of money upon purchasing the product from one of the supported retailers. The money can be redeemed via PayPal or can be donated to any American school. Click here to sign up.

Receipt Hog

Receipt Hog has some similarities with iBotta. It rewards its users for taking photos of their grocery store receipts and submitting them to the application. The more you spend the higher the amount you may be rewarded with. It also allows you to take surveys on your shopping experience which you’re rewarded for. You can redeem the money via PayPal or you can donate to a charity of your choice.

Shopkick

Shopkick sends you location-based offers with the help of the GPS on your smart phone. It shows you in-store deals when you walk into certain shops. It also rewards you with points for taking the deals. The points can be redeemed for gift cards and discounts

Easy Shift

Easy Shift rewards you for carrying out simple assignments like taking pictures or reviewing items. The assignments on this app usually take a short time to complete. The payments can range from $2 up to as high as $20 per task. The money can be redeemed through PayPal.

iPinions

iPinion is an app that sends surveys to your smart phone upon registration. You’re rewarded for taking these surveys in points. You can then redeem the points for cash via PayPal. 100 points are equal to a dollar.

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