I have a lot of readers who don’t actually own computers and use their smartphones or tablets for all of their web browsing. Many of these readers have asked me to come up with a list of work at home jobs for smartphone users where a computer is not required to do the work. I’ll be honest, I wasn’t sure I would find very much. As you might know if you have a smartphone/tablet, there actually are a lot of ways to earn with
ESL (English Second Language) tutoring is a very popular work at home industry. There are quite a few companies that pay people to do it, and I’ve written about a lot of them. However, getting hired by those companies isn’t always that easy. Just being a fluent English speaker isn’t necessarily enough. Some companies will require various certifications, a college degree, or possibly even teaching experience just depending …
Are you looking for ways to save money on groceries? Do you still want to feed your family natural/organic foods instead of processed foods? Would you be excited by an app that can help you earn cash back on these natural/organic choices? Then signing up with BerryCart might be a way to accomplish all three of these goals. What Exactly is BerryCart? BerryCart is an app that you can use to save money on natural, organic products
I’ve been the owner of a Fitbit Flex activity tracker for almost a year now, and I have to admit that even though I didn’t use it every single day last year, it resulted in me being much more active than I typically am and helped me lose about 20 pounds. Unfortunately, I had no idea for most of last year that wearing my Fitbit Flex could also earn me cash and rewards, but it can!
I’ve written about a lot of apps that pay you back for shopping, and MobiSave is yet another you might want to consider using. A friend sent me a link to this one a few weeks ago and I’ve finally gotten a chance to share some info with you about it. If you already enjoy using apps like Ibotta and Checkout51, then I know this one will get your attention! It has some great features.
Are you a Fashionista who loves taking selfies? Do you like making money using your cell phone? Do you need another income stream? Well, then the Stylinity app might be for you! What is Stylinity? Stylinity is an app that you download to your cell phone and then use to take pictures of your clothes, or clothes you would like to buy, and then tag them with the store of purchase.
Several years ago, I started writing reviews of smartphone apps that pay you. Back then, this was such a new thing because smartphones were a new thing. But here we are, at the end of 2015, and almost everyone has a smartphone. Because of this, apps that pay you are no longer a rare find. You all know how I love making lists, so today I found 75 apps that pay.
Screenwise Trends is a browser extension designed to help Google improve their search results that pays you. I’ve been meaning to review it for a long time because it’s one of those “set it and forget it” things that allows you to earn a little extra money for doing basically nothing. It’s open to US residents aged 13 and up. You can use it on your desktop, laptop, tablet, or smartphone.
Gympact is a neat little app that actually has the potential to pay you money if you exercise and/or go to the gym. Or, if you don’t meet your fitness goals, you can actually lose money. This is a fun little app because the risk of losing money, and the promise of earning it, can keep you motivated to stick to the fitness goals you set for yourself each day.
It’s not really news anymore, but you can earn extra money using your smartphone. Over the past three years, we have published a lot of different reviews of various smartphone apps that pay and I also have a page in my directory with a list of them. Today though, I wanted to break them down by category. I’ve noticed that most of the paying smartphone apps fall into one of several different categories.
Apps and websites that pay you for buying groceries are on the rise, and I love them because I’m a horrible coupon clipper. I always intend to clip/save coupons, and I’ll be on a roll with it for a week or two … and then I just stop. I like the apps and site better because it requires less work and planning ahead, plus who doesn’t love getting a cash payment? Today’s review is on Groupon Snap. It’s similar to Ibotta