5 Mobile Apps That Can Make You Money

Let’s face it, smartphones aren’t cheap. Fortunately, there are many mobile apps that can help pay the bills while moving you ahead financially. The following five mobile apps can make you money while doing what you love!

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Mobile Apps Can Make You Money!!

One – Sky Sports News:
Available for downloads on IOS and Android devices, Sky Sports News offers a thorough section for sports enthusiasts. Users receive regular updates on sporting events, scores, results, fixtures, tables, etc. The app allows you to check scores, review breaking news, watch exclusive videos and rolling coverage direct from your Sky Sports News studio. Sports fans who understand the ins-and-outs of games can make money by applying these insights at Betsafe.com.

Two – The Health Pact:
Are you a health nut? You can make money while eating nutritious foods and exercising! The Pact app is available on Android and Apple, free of charge. Three sections: the gym, veggie, and the food log allow users to make and keep healthy commitments. Users earn money by tracking their efforts and reaching goals. The disadvantage is that sliding on commitments can mean paying out to users who have remained dedicated to their personal goals.

Three – Ibotta and Coupons: 
If you love your coupons, Ibotta provides an ideal way to save money and earn rewards on groceries, at movie-theaters, restaurants, and in many retail outlets. App users are able to unlock offers for rebates by implementing various activities: reviewing information, answering trivia questions and making posts on Twitter and Facebook. As soon as you have completed the tasks and made purchases, you simply upload the receipts and claim the rebates.

Note: Checkout 51works in a similar way except this app doesn’t allow users to unlock rebates; shoppers receive redeemable coupon offers (typical savings range from $.50 -$2.00USD). Having completed a shopping trip, the receipt is then uploaded and your account is credited to.

Four – Fiverr:
Fiverr is a popular desktop site that provides multitaskers opportunities to earn money at $5.00 per gig. The gigs include using professional expertise and talents to generate income. The Fiverr app, available to Apple users, helps in managing sales and accounts. It’s important to note that although Google Play outlets offers Fiverr apps, they have not received great reviews since many of these apps were developed by third-party designers.Sports

Five – Viggle:
While Ibotta and Checkout 51 are great apps for shoppers, Viggle, designed for Android and Apple users, rewards music and TV lovers. Once the app is tapped, the app user can select audio recognition for either the TV show or music app. After the initial set-up, users are able to redeem points issued through the application. Additionally, ‘Viggle Live’ is a feature that provides opportunities to participate in polls and answer trivia questions and receive rewards.

Gigwalk, Rewardable, iPoll, and App Trailers, are other potential money-saving/making possibilities.

The mobile apps listed above are just five of the money-making apps available today, designed for many interests. Which ones are your favorites?

About the Author: Rina has an insatiable curiosity; she enjoys traveling and learning about people, places, and events. After many years teaching special education, she is now fulfilling her dream of writing. She has written extensively for magazines and websites and has had several novels and e-books published.

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  1. Oooh! I like the idea of earning rewards with music and TV! I’d never heard of viggle before. good to know!

  2. Wow really…mmmm…I want to try that application…anyways, thanks for sharing…

  3. I don’t have a smart phone–so cannot use these apps but sounds like a great selection of ways to make some extra ca$h =)

  4. I have friends that love Ibotta, but I have tried it out yet. I have used Fiverr and really like that.

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