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Best Money-making Apps Platforms for Android

For those who want to make money in an easy-to-access way, the app offers many avenues to consider. You can use your smartphone to conduct surveys, participate in temporary performances, sell things you don’t need, and more. The average person spends about four hours on a mobile phone every day, and about 90% of that time is spent on apps.

So why not turn your unconscious rolling into cold cash? We have collected our favorite money-making apps, from apps that help you earn cash back on online shopping, pay for your opinions, apps that invest in change for you, and even apps that can pay for your exercise. Yes really. Read on to see which apps are on the list.

1. Rakuten

For desktop users, Rakuten (formerly Ebates) is also a great browser extension, and it also has a reliable money-making app. With this tool, you can use in-store coupons, scan products when comparing prices, and perhaps its most famous feature-buy certain products from certain retailers to earn cash back.

The working principle is as follows: Once you download and start using the app, when you shop on Rakuten’s list of more than 2,500 eligible retailers, you will get a certain percentage of cash back. Although the cash back is usually between 1% and 2%, we have already made 10%.

2. Shopkick

If you like shopping and often find yourself browsing the aisles in your favorite retail destinations, then Shopkick is a great money-making tool. Shopkick only pays via gift cards, so please keep this in mind.

It's easy to make money with Shopkick. You download the app, and then do one or more of the following activities: walk into the store without buying (yes, it’s that simple), scan the barcode of the selected product (again, you don’t need to buy anything), use Shopkick to associate Stuck at an eligible store to purchase goods.

3. Ibotta

ibotta is another excellent cash back app. You can use it to make money in three ways: upload the receipt to the app when purchasing eligible goods, and link store membership cards to get special offers before shopping.

With ibotta, you must complete tasks within the app to access its money-saving tools, which can be a disadvantage, depending on how much free time you have. You must also upload the receipt manually, there are 400 eligible retailers.

4. Foap

Foap is perfect for aspiring photographers and videographers. It is a money-making app that allows you to easily sell photos and videos. Just download the app and upload your photos and videos to your online portfolio.

If your work is purchased by an institution, brand or other user on Foap, then you will be paid, but you will share the profit with Foap 50/50. Therefore, if Foap sells a photo for $10, you will earn $5. But a photo can be sold more than once, which is a good plus. You can also submit a photo to a specific project (Foap calls it a "task") to give you the opportunity to pay hundreds of dollars for your photos.