6 apps that you can make easy money on

Last updated: May 27, 2024
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The average American spends over five hours on their phone, so you might as well get paid for it.

There are several companies that pay users to use their apps for various things – surveys or product testing, for example – most of which can be done while watching TV or while commuting to work on public transportation.

You probably won’t make enough on these apps to substitute a full-time job, but they’re a great way to earn easy, fast cash. Check out the six best apps to make easy money on below.

Money App

Money App is a popular and highly rated app where you can earn money by completing various tasks. There are several types of tasks available that you can either do on your couch or require more work, including watching videos, completing surveys, checking store displays, and mystery shopping.

You earn credits for each task completed and once you acquire a certain amount, you can cash out via PayPal. Payment typically takes 48 hours.

[Read Money App user reviews on the App Store here!] (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/money-app-cash-rewards-app/id1133650146#?platform=iphone)

iPoll

iPoll is a market research app specializing in online surveys, though there are additional ways to earn money through the platform. In addition to surveys and polls, you can choose to test products, visit stores in your area, and take pictures.

Topics range from news to TV shows, and you’ll receive alerts when “new missions” are available based on your profile and location. Once you have enough credits, you can cash out via PayPal or receive other rewards like gift cards.

[Read iPoll user reviews on the App Store here!] (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/ipoll/id422370120#see-all/reviews)

Fluid Truck

While not as simple as taking a survey, Fluid Truck is a great way to rent your vehicle and make some extra cash with little effort.

If you have a vehicle that just sits in your garage some days, you can rent it out through the app by the hour, day, or week. You set the rate and then connect a lockbox to the account, so you don’t have to handle anything in-person with a customer.

The app says average annual earnings for a pickup truck are $10,000 and $20,400 for a midsize box truck. Fluid Truck takes a percentage of each booking, and lenders are paid via direct deposit within five days of a completed reservation.

[Read Fluid Truck user reviews on the App Store here!] (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/fluid-truck/id1114189236)

Find out other ways you can make money from your home 

Swagbucks

Swagbucks is a well-rated app that pays users for multiple things, such as taking surveys on topics like movies and politics, shopping at stores, watching videos about things like sports and celebrity gossip, playing games, and being a mystery shopper.

You’ll earn points along the way, which can then be redeemed for cash via PayPal or gift cards to retailers like Amazon and Walmart.

[Read Swagbucks user reviews on the App Store here!] (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/swagbucks/id640439547)

InboxDollars

Like many of the other apps listed, InboxDollars pays you to complete easy tasks like watching videos, taking surveys, and for shopping. Surveys take three to 25 minutes to complete, and some pay more than $20, and videos range from movie trailers to cooking demonstrations.

You can earn cash back for online shopping, get paid to play games, and also receive free coupons for groceries and other goods. You can get paid via PayPal, cash back, or gift cards.

[Read InboxDollars user reviews on the App Store here!] (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/inboxdollars-surveys/id1221433007)

Surveys On The Go

Surveys On The Go only offers surveys as a way to earn cash, but it’s well-rated on the Apple App Store. Survey topics vary, consisting of products, entertainment, sports, technology, and more.

Most surveys pay between $1 and $5, though some can pay upwards of $10 if you qualify. You can redeem your earnings as cash through PayPal, a virtual Visa account, or gift cards to Amazon and Starbucks.

[Read Surveys On The Go user reviews on the App Store here!] (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/surveys-on-the-go/id443052658)


Would you sign up for any of these apps? Let us know in the comments below!

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Michael Prosise
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I would consider one or more of the apps depicted.

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Melba Sims
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i am new here

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Richard Hill
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I am interested, particularly in Swagbucks, Inbox dollars and Surveys on the go. I'll check them out and possibly download them if I like them.

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Hoover Wong
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Looks like your reviews are in question Lara. Based on the feedbacks. The problem is reliable to get into this “get paid for using your smartphone “ ideal please elaborate to us viewers and participates

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Robert Crank
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Lara,I've completed Many surveys,& have gotten Nothing in return. U R likely the same,BS. Later,. Robert Crank

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Kathleen Gallo
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Thanks! I’ll check these apps out. I’m already a veteran of other apps for credits and/or cash for taking surveys.

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Jose Peguero
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I’m thinking about it

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Guana Skaife
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I think I have tried Swagbucks & one other listed here. I have found it hard to qualify for surveys that pay any decent amount. Talking about $1 or more. They tell you that you can earn X amount then when it comes to picking a survey to do they close the door in your face, so to speak. As for watching videos or shopping, I dont know.

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Satish Sule
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Please guide me about money app

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Russell Wrenn
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Thinking about

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