Four Great Apps to Help You Make Money on the Go

If someone asked you whether you would like to earn some extra money, the honest answer is always going to be ‘yes’. No matter how well your job pays, or how comfortably off you are, easy cash is enticing, which is why these four great apps are going to appeal to you.

It might sound too good to be true, but there are apps out there that really can help you to earn. Ideal for filling up the time you spend commuting, taking up a drizzly lunch hour, or livening up a quiet evening at home, they’ll help to boost your bank balance in the leisureliest of ways…

1: CoSign

CoSign is never going to make you a millionaire, but if you’re looking for a bit of pocket money with very little effort involved, then it’s definitely worth knowing about. The chances are that you already spend plenty of time uploading your carefully edited images to social media, and if you want to cash in on this habit, CoSign can help you. All that you need to do is tag the photos you upload with information about the products pictured in them, such as the brand and price of your latest, much lusted after shoes. But it’s not just clothes that you can tag: household goods, tech products, food, books, movies, and more are all eligible. Should someone who follows you then go on to purchase the item, you could earn a commission totalling up to 35 per cent of the product price.

2: Fronto

Android users might also want to take a look at Fronto. Provided you’re willing to view a few ads per day, you can exchange the experience for cash, coupons, or Amazon gift cards. Although you won’t be paid a fortune, you could receive up to $2 per interaction. Assuming that you view just five ads, this could total around $10 a day for just a few minutes of your time; a nice little bit of pocket money for those who are cash strapped.

3: Mobee

One of our favourite apps on this list is Mobee. Mobee sends its users on ‘missions’ to shops or restaurants in their local area. In exchange for you shopping, photographing, and answering a few questions about your experience, you’ll be paid between $1.50 and $12.00 for just 10-15 minutes of your time. Although this isn’t as handy for those who live in the back of beyond, as missions will be limited, it’s a great money-making app for those in city centre locations.

4: Hantec Markets

For those looking to earn a little more than the aforementioned apps can provide, we also have something a bit different: the forex trading app from Hantec Markets. Allowing users the opportunity to trade the currency markets on the go, it offers potentially lucrative returns for those who have the skill, talent, and time to take advantages of the opportunities it provides. Although it is not for the faint of the heart or the easily deterred, it can be incredibly profitable for those it suits.

If you’re looking to earn a little extra, which app will you choose?

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