GET PAID TO USE MOBILE APPS
Updated: May 30, 2021
Why mobile phones? I guess it is safe to say that a lot of people use mobile phones these days. It has become a part of our daily accessories. Personally, I don’t go anywhere without my mobile phone. Today I am presenting to you 8 companies that will provide work for you via mobile apps.
If you are tech and culturally savvy, familiar with SEO and have analytical skills, then you can select a wide range of search engine evaluator jobs in Leapforce. You will be assigned to evaluate websites and webpages using your mobile phone.
Rates vary from country to country but on average, evaluator makes between $13-$15/ hour.
Applicants will undergo a rigid evaluation and series of exams and one has to meet the tech requirements which are high-speed internet, an Android phone version 4.1 or higher or iPhone 4s or higher or Windows phone version 8.1 or higher.
If you have call center experience for a minimum of 3 years and a native or fluent English speaker, then this gig is for you. Voiq hires call center agents who can work from home.
They pay $.30/ minute of talk time. You can also control how much you get paid by logging more hours and you can choose your own schedule.
They also pay remote workers via Paypal. You call to do the work using the mobile phone app that runs from both IOS and Android.
This app is built by China’s first mobile English learning platform developed by Hangzhou Feizhu Technology Co. LTD. The concept is basically to talk with non-English speakers and let them practice English with you. There will be no provided lessons plan.
They pay “tutors” by the minute and according to the site, their rate is up to US$10 for a full hour.
They pay via Paypal and you can withdraw money as long as you have a minimum US$20 on your account. The app runs for both IOS and Android users.
This mobile app helps you find quick gigs within your area. They post delivery jobs, product reviews, mystery shopping gigs, testing mobile apps, taking pictures, events, and other quick gigs.
The rate varies depending on the task and the task duration. According to the website gigs posted in the app pay between US$3-$100. You can run this app through IOS or Android.
This app is similar to NiceTalk where people are paid to talk to non-English speakers. However, you can set your own price and provide your own English lessons.
There’s no need for English teaching experience as well and you get paid through Paypal twice a month. It both runs through IOS and Android phones.
The platform runs through computer, tablet and mobile phone. It is basically a tutoring platform where you’ll mentor students in various subjects which includes Math, Sciences, English, etc.
You need to have a degree to qualify or at least be a current college student. Applicants will also have to undergo training and exams to qualify.
If you are tech-savvy, familiar with SEO or online advertising, you can try being a search engine evaluator, online ad evaluator or a mobile app tester.
iSoftphone has wide coverage and offer job listings across the world. Rates vary depending on the country and they provide between 10-25 hours/ week jobs and it’s an independent contractor position.
ClickWorker is an online platform for tech-savvy people who are looking for quick online mobile jobs. The rate and duration vary from project to project.
Projects include data survey, product reviews, research, photo editing, product descriptions, etc.
Any nationality can join as long as they have Paypal and has a smartphone. Although the platform focuses in small jobs that can be done in few minutes or hours, it can be a good sideline.
Do you know any online jobs using mobile phones? Please tell us in the comment section below!