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The 7 best reward apps that pay real money

Here are seven apps that pay you to do things you already do on your phone.

By Aymeric DelaplacePublished 10 months ago 6 min read
The 7 best reward apps that pay real money
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Do you think all of those reward apps and ppt, surveys sites that say "Make Money from Your Mobile Device" are true? There are two types. First — the ones who pay you nothing and they just take your information and send you spam, or can even sell it. And then there is the second kind.

The applications which will pay you real money for mailing some surveys. Now I will talk about the top 7 reward apps, who pay in real money.

Paypal - the world's most popular money app

You can make money with these apps, but you have to work for it. If you have a smartphone and some free time, you can use apps to make some extra cash. Here are seven of the best reward apps that pay real money. Paypal - The world's most popular money app This app allows users to send and request money through their smartphones.

Paypal is available on Android, iOS, Windows Phone, BlackBerry and more platforms. You can also transfer money between your own bank accounts using this app. InboxDollars - Earn cash when you shop online Inbox Dollars is another popular rewards app that pays users for doing things like taking surveys, giving feedback and shopping online.

Most offers are worth less than $1 per task, but they add up quickly if you're diligent about using them all. Inbox Dollars also offers other ways to earn points including watching videos or playing games online. Swagbucks - Get paid for searching the web or shopping online Swagbucks offers a wide variety of ways for users to earn points toward gift cards or PayPal payments.

Lyft - get paid for driving

The 7 best reward apps that pay real money The best reward apps that pay real money are the ones that give you a way to earn extra cash on your smartphone. We're talking about apps like Lyft and Uber, which allow drivers to pick up passengers during their spare time.

These apps reward you with cash for driving around and helping others get where they need to go. They also provide flexibility in terms of when you can work and what type of work you can do. Other rewards apps include Swagbucks, which pays you for searching the web and taking surveys, as well as Maru Voice, which pays you for listening to audio content through voice recognition software on your phone or tablet.

Dosh - cash back app

Dosh — cash back app This is a cash back shopping app. You can earn money for every purchase you make at major retailers like Amazon, Target and Walmart. It's free to use and you get $5 when you sign up. You don't have to do anything extra to get paid — just shop as usual.

You'll automatically receive your cash back in your account after making a purchase at one of the participating stores. The minimum cashout amount is $10 and it can take up to 10 days for the money to show up in your account. If there are any issues with your payout, you will be notified within 48 hours by email or phone call.

Ibotta — grocery savings app Ibotta is a grocery savings app that pays users real money back on their purchases at stores like Walmart, Target, Kroger and more! All you have to do is take photos of your receipts from these stores after shopping and upload them into the app using the built-in scanner or camera function on your phone.

Once approved, you'll receive your cash rewards directly into your PayPal account!

Taskrabbit - task-based app

Taskrabbit TaskRabbit is a crowdsourcing marketplace for hiring people to do odd jobs, typically small tasks not requiring any special skills. It was launched in 2008 and is based in San Francisco, California. TaskRabbit's website advertises thousands of odd jobs that can be performed by anyone with a background check, including cleaning, moving furniture, and assembling Ikea furniture.

The company also has an app that allows users to book their own tasks or hire out their own services as a Tasker. Taskrabbit has been criticized for its impact on the American economy and its potential displacement of full-time workers by part-time workers who are paid less than minimum wage.

According to a report published by the National Employment Law Project in 2015, TaskRabbit workers earn an average of $19 per hour nationwide and $14 per hour in San Francisco. Users can list their services on the site to be hired directly by consumers or businesses seeking help with odd jobs like moving furniture or cleaning apartments for move-in purposes.

Foap - sell your photos

Inbox dollars - take surveys and earn cash

Inbox Dollars Inbox Dollars is a great rewards app for earning cash back on purchases. You earn points for taking surveys, watching videos and more. You can redeem your points for cash, gift cards, or merchandise. This is one of the best apps to use if you’re looking to make some extra cash, but not quit your day job.

The rewards aren’t huge (usually $1-$5 per task), but they add up quickly. You can also get free gift cards from Inbox Dollars and save them for a big purchase like Christmas gifts or even a vacation! Swagbucks Swagbucks is another great rewards app that pays real money. You earn rewards by taking surveys, watching videos and playing games.

Swagbucks has more opportunities to earn more than Inbox Dollars, so it’s possible to make $10-$15 per hour with them! Also, if you want to earn more points and prizes faster, you can refer friends using their referral link and get an additional $5 bonus when they sign up using your code!

Drop - Save Money While Shopping Online If you love shopping online then Drop is an app that should be on your phone right now!

Ibotta - cash back from grocery shopping

Ibotta is a cash-back app that pays you when you shop at your favorite stores. You simply download the app, browse the store catalogs and scan the barcode of items to see if they’re eligible for cash back. The best part is that it works with so many different stores.

You can earn money on groceries, gas, clothes and more. Plus, you can redeem your earnings for gift cards or donate them to charity (or do both!). The app is free to use and available on Android and iOS devices.

In A Word...

Apps that pay you have come a long way. Now you can use your spare time to make money from many different apps and games on your phone. There are also a number of ways that you can earn money using apps in addition to just playing them, and they're all worth looking at if you're careful with how much time you spend on your phone.

If you use these apps well, it's possible to make some extra revenue without doing something more serious on the side such as freelance writing or driving for Uber!


About the Creator

Aymeric Delaplace

💬 Hello, I'm Aymeric 📱. 👋 I write about apps, software and businesses for kids for publications like TechCrunch 🌟. 🤔Have a question? DM me on Twitter or e-mail my email address. 👈❤️

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