Archives For Apps that Pay

I can’t say App Trailers is one of the highest paying apps, but it did pay and it was easy. Use my username during the sign up to get a bonus (‘micahfoster’).

All you do is watch short videos for 1 cent each. If you download the app after watching the video, you gain extra rewards. Referrals get you 25 cents.








Surveys On The Go [download app], Yet another survey app with which you can earn cash.

Like most other survey apps, you’ve got to earn $10 before they pay you via PayPal. Which for me has been the most frustrating thing about this app. But I’ve heard of some people having great success with the app. I recently read a review [2014] in the app store about a man getting a $75 survey! That’s a big survey. Of course that could be a fake review, but if it’s not, that’s a big payout for a little survey. They’ve also introduced Codes for the app. I have not been able to find any codes searching the internet. Chances are, you googled “ongo survey codes” and found this post. I actually get a few visitors everyday looking for those codes ever since I posted this article. Below are some screenshots of Surveys On The Go. It’s worth a try, maybe you’ll get lucky with some easy and high paying surveys.

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Surveys On The Go isn’t the only App I’ve used that pays. But the best one is called Easy Shift, check it out here.

Reward apps are another way to get paid. They reward you every time you fulfill a task and broadcast it to a social network. For instance, every time I go to Starbucks, I take a picture of myself and my drink. I load it up through the app and send it out via Foursquare. As a result I get 50 points and points translate into cents.





Another App that Pays is ThumbSpeak, yet another survey app. Here’s what you do… Wait until surveys are available to you, take them, accumulate $10 and cash out.






In my Apps That Pay Series I’ve been taking a lot screen shots to show you that I actually get paid to use my iPhone.

iJob is another one of those apps. I’ve only made $1 from it so far, but it was an easy buck.



I filled out a quick survey and they sent me cash. I love these apps. iJob has had the least amount of available jobs.

In my quest to make the most out of having an iPhone, I’ve been trying out different ways to make money as a user. I’ve reviewed a few different apps, but haven’t talked about survey apps yet. Survey apps pay you a few cents for every survey you take. They collect that data and use it for various types of market research and public opinion polls.

NPolls pays via paypal you when you’ve accumulated $10. Here’s some screenshots.







My next app that pays is called iSecretshop. It’s awesome! I’ve only used it once… So far, but I plan on using it frequently.

I shopped on my lunch break at a local place, which shall remain anonymous, and they paid me.

Here’s the confirmation email screenshot:


They paid me $10 an reimbursed me up to $10, and that covered all the expense! So I made $10 off it and got to eat something! Pretty cool, eh? I can give you an invite to be a secret shopper if you comment.

Recently, I’ve fascinated with the idea of companies doing market research, polls, and inventory checks through smartphone users. Today I’ll highlight one App called Field Agent.

Let’s say you’ve got to go to Target to get a few things. While you’re there you open up Field Agent to check and see if there are any jobs you could make a few bucks on.

There are! You find the display they want to check out, you snap a picture, you answer three short questions and a few days later $4.50 is deposited into your PayPal account. That’s the basic gist. It’s easy.






The funny part is watching the people around you while you do “the job.” I wonder what they think I was doing?

I’ve made almost $100 off of these Apps. Stay tuned for more.