Are you looking for some apps that will actually make you some money in 2021?
I hear you and with so many fake apps out there claiming you can earn this and that, its hard to know what is legit and what isn’t.
The facts are that mobile phones give you an excellent opportunity to earn money from basically anywhere.
As long as you have access to one and an internet connection you can bring in another income.
So today I want to share with you some apps you may not be aware of that have helped me bring in money every year without fail.
Without further ado let’s have a look at some of the best apps out there that you can download on your phone and make a few bucks with.
Swagbucks not only has a site version but also brought out an app for mobile users to earn money on the go.
You can do the same opportunities this includes watching videos, shopping online, and even make money doing surveys.
It was launched in February 2008 with over 15 million members, and it’s based in the United States.
You will be able to trade your SB for gift cards from popular retailers like Amazon, Target, Starbucks, and PayPal.
Swagbucks has been offering excellent opportunities for years which is why they have remained my go-to GPT site.
I don’t use them as much as I used too as I struggle for time however as you can see I have received multiple payments from them over the years:
PrizeRebel is a site where you can get paid to do various tasks whether you are on mobile or desktop.
Now I have reviewed countless money-making opportunities, and from the second I started using this site many years ago, I knew it was different from the rest.
Similar to Swagbucks, they have a number of rewards you can redeem and the owners have made it really easy for people to cash out quickly.
There a number of sites that give you surveys, offers, etc, but they will have the minimum threshold so high that you will likely just give up very early on.
With PrizeRebel you can cash out once you have earned just $2, and you can get rewarded through PayPal, Amazon, Walmart, Pre-Paid Mastercard and more.
Here is a screenshot showing you just some of the payouts I have been sent from them:
ClipClaps is an app that pays you to play mini-games and watch funny videos/memes.
Every time you play one of their games you will get rewarded with dollars and each time you watch a video you get rewarded with chests, which include gadgets such as iPhones and Cash.
When you have earned some money you can cash out directly to your PayPal account or you can opt for a Mobile Top-up instead
I have tried out plenty of apps that claim to pay you cash however this is one of a few I can confirm do payout.
Here is some proof that they do as this was a payout I was sent not too long ago:
So if you are someone who wants to make money while having fun this one is for you.
Appbounty is an app that pays you to download games on your phone.
It was released back in 2014 and has paid out over 1 million dollars in rewards to its users.
Once you have installed the app and set up an account which takes a few minutes to do you are ready to make money.
On the dashboard you will find a set of daily apps, you will need to install them and leave them on for around 30 seconds.
For each app that you follow the steps for you will be given a certain amount of points.
Once you have the required amount of points you can redeem various gift cards. These include Amazon, iTunes, Facebook, Google Play and more.
5. Cash For Apps
Cash for apps is based on one concept, which is downloading trending apps on your phone.
In return, you will get paid for each app you play for at least 30 seconds for.
It was released back in 2015 and has amassed over 10 million users since then. It is free and there many payment proofs for them, you can find these easily.
Once you have hit the minimum threshold, which differs for each reward, you can get paid. But the least amount you need is 1500 points with most apps paying between 10-100 points per.
I have used the app casually over the past few years and been paid out, which is why I have put it in this list.
Let me say it is a slow earner and not one you will be able to cash out straightaway; you will need to build up points over time.
6. Feature Points
If you are interested in the idea of making money downloading apps and doing various other tasks then Feature Points may appeal to you.
They are an app that you can get on your phone that pays to do that and what is good is you can do it from anywhere.
Now the app itself is owned by a company called TapGen and is available to download on both IOS and Android.
All you do is simply download free apps, try them out and you’ll earn points that you can redeem for rewards.
Feature points is pretty simple to be used. On the feature points page, select the app you want to download.
Back when money-making apps came on the scene, Appnana was one of the first to come peoples way.
They were released 7 years ago and followed on with the theme of the apps listed above.
There app currency they use is ‘nanas’ and every time you install app you get paid in this.
30,000 nanas equal $1 and is all that’s required for a payment to be issued. As a bonus for signing you you are also given 10,000 nanas to get you started.
Being an established app it’s one I can send your way as an option for you.
You will find a mixture of rewards that accommodates for different regions and they pay out fast within 2 days as well.
8. Poll Pay
Not everyone as lots of spare time, but if you want to make money with your phone when you only have a few minutes to give then Poll Pay is worth checking out.
The app revolves around short surveys that are easy to complete. You answer a few questions and in return, get paid for your time.
As you make cash on the app doing these surveys, you will be able to cash out for some rewards.
You have a choice between cash in PayPal and a range of gift cards.
If completing surveys, testing products and cashback is your kind of thing then I bring to you cashKarma.
I have been using them for a while, and they are one who is continually updating their app and keeping it fresh with opportunities.
They have an easy to use dashboard, making it easy to navigate and earn Karma points on.
Now, apart from the typical GPT opportunities, you would find the stands out are the perks they have.
That includes offering extra bonuses and a level feature where the more you use the app, the more you earn.
AttaPoll is a simple app that pays users to complete short surveys.
I say simple as they have an easy to use dashboard and are generally an easy app to get on board with.
They have been out for a few years after being founded in 2015 by a UK company.
They have since reached a milestone of 100,000 downloads.
The survey industry is frowned upon for having long surveys but with little payout in return.
You won’t find that to be the case here, as surveys are concise and take only a few minutes to do.
Voxpopme is a survey app that pays you to give your opinions on various products and services.
In contrary to others on this list, they aren’t as well known however have over 50’000 users on Google Play alone.
You can sign up within a few minutes using your Facebook account.
What is great about this app is that users are required to answer with videos.
If you are not comfortable with recording your face, then this may not be for you.
However, if you are, you only need to answer the questions with a 15 to a 60-second short video to get paid.
You get paid from 25p upwards and once you get a few done these will soon add up.
You can then choose to get paid through PayPal but only once you have made £10.
The only issue with this app is that with an active community using it, most surveys fill out fast.
So to make sure you earn as much as possible, make sure to opt into notifications.
That will ensure that you will get noted the second a study comes available.
Lastly, we have Onepulse which is an app that was founded back in 2014 that is primary based around short surveys. It can be installed on both IOS and Android.
On the app you are given surveys, these are named ‘pulses’ which is a play on their name.
These are multiple-choice questions and typically are short taking around a few minutes to complete.
For each pulse, you complete you will receive XP that will help you climb the levels. You will also get a few cents per one, this adds up the more you do.
Once you have reached $5 you will be able to cash out. One pulse has some attractive features, of course, you have the short surveys, you also have the fact they pay out straight away.
I also found that a lot of studies were interesting and not dull like some of the ones I have completed elsewhere.