Finding ways to make extra money can be a challenge if you are short on time and energy, however, as more and more businesses and app platforms are developed, it is becoming increasingly easier to make money from apps.
We have already created a few articles on the best apps to use to help you make money, however, they are mainly focused on trading stocks, which can be difficult to understand for somebody without knowledge of the industry.
However, feel free to read our article linked here.
However, for the best money making apps where you don’t have to trade or coach anyone, check out the list below!
Why not get money back for your everyday purchases through Ibotta?
All you do is check the app before you head out to shop, travel, or dine out, and add those cash-back deals to your phone. When you’re finished shopping, simply snap a pic of your receipt within the app and Ibotta will award you with cash back.
There are more than 2,500 participating businesses including; Amazon, Groupon, and Expedia — and you can set the app to notify you when there are new coupons available.
Think of Shopkick like a game, one that awards you gift cards as you earn points, aka “kicks.”
To earn them, you accomplish daily challenges, which might require you to walk into a nearby shop or scan products in a scavenger hunt. Like Ibotta, you can also earn extra points by taking a picture of your receipt.
Then, you just cash in those “kicks” for gift cards to Starbucks, Amazon, or one of the many other participating vendors.
Bored on a Sunday afternoon and want to do something more than just watch Netflix?
Field Agent pays you for completing small jobs as you’re doing what you’re already doing, whether that’s shopping, running errands, or even simply hanging around your house.
The app asks you to take photos, answer questions, express opinions, or complete other small tasks.
Each job generally pays somewhere between £2 and £12, and is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Let’s be real, no one really likes working out, but what if you were rewarded for doing it?
With DietBet, you bet on yourself to lose weight with a group of other players.
You choose one of two game types, Kickstarter, which challenges you to lose 4 percent of your weight in four weeks, or Transformer, which tasks you with losing 10 percent of your weight in six months.
If you meet your weight-loss goal by the end of the game, you split the pot with the other players.
DietBet claims that 96 percent of its players have lost weight and winners take home an average of £58.