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19 Best Apps to Make Money in 2019

Turn the time you spend on your phone into cash. Download these apps to start making money today while you are carrying your phone or when you’d normally be wasting time on the couch.

These are the best apps to make money in 2019. You can use these Android and iPhone apps to make money on the side while you shop for groceries, run errands and wait in lines.

I earned over $100 with one of the money-making apps, my mom earned $30 in her first month and friends earned over $650 in their first month with these apps. These are legitimate apps to make money on your iPhone or Android from home or the store. With out latest update for 2019 we’re adding in a new to us app with a lot of promise.

When you use one of the best apps to make money you can help pad your wallet, fund your movie watching and even pay for a dinner out. You can earn money with apps by taking actions and other apps will find money you are owed due to price drops and changes and automatically request it for you.

You can use these apps to make money from home or earn cash while you are at your current job. Some apps pay in cash, while others pay in points you can turn into gift cards. In addition to making money, you should check out the best apps to save money.

The best apps to make money on your iPhone or Android.

The best apps to make money on your iPhone or Android.

Every money making app on this list does let you earn money, but you will need to earn a minimum before you cash out in many cases.

  • Google Opinion
  • Rewards
  • Observa
  • Earny
  • iBotta
  • Sweatcoine
  • BatesGig
  • WalkOffer
  • UpMercari
  • Foap
  • Clashot
  • Shopkick
  • Fronto
  • Slide
  • Joy
  • Mobee
  • Task
  • Rabbit
  • Uber
  • Lyft
  • Upwork
  • Indeed

These quick ways to make money from home won’t completely replace your income, but you can definitely make an impact and help earn money at home. You can use the best budget apps to stretch this additional cash even further.

You can download these money making apps on iPhone and Android for free, without any fees to get started.

Google Opinion Rewards - Make Money By Answering Questions

You can make money answering survey questions on your smartphone with Google Opinion Rewards. Also known as Google Surveys by many users, this free app rewards you for sharing your opinion. This works on iPhone and Android, but the best way to make money is on iPhone.

A member of the Gotta Be Mobile team earned over $100 with Google Opinion Rewards. All you need to do is answer questions and you’ll earn anywhere from a 10 cents to a dollar. You can also answer Google Opinion Rewards surveys in stores to really earn more money.

The money that you make works for Google Play Credits on Android that you can use to buy apps, movies, books, and even spend on in app purchases for games like Clash of Clans without spending your cash.

iPhone users get the credit sent to PayPal when they have a balance of $2, which can happen every two or three weeks depending on how many surveys you qualify for. It’s easy to earn when you start, but surveys may become less frequent as you go. 

Lately the payouts have increased for many surveys, allowing us to earn faster than we could in 2018 and even the start of 2019.

Download Google Opinion Rewards for Android and Google Opinion Rewards for iPhone.

This clever scam lets advertisers make money by draining your Android phone

Remember when we learned it was theoretically possible for a webpage — or app — to steal your processor cycles to mine cryptocurrency, potentially draining your battery and cellular data in the process? BuzzFeed reports that ad networks have figured out a similar scam — one that lets lucrative, power-hungry video advertisements hide behind traditional banner ads in Android apps, so users don’t even know they’re there.

According to BuzzFeed, it’s not app developers to blame — they were surprised to find an influx of complaints about why their apps are draining users’ batteries and eating up more than their fair share of data. Instead, the report suggests that the ad networks they’d signed up with had been hijacked by fraudsters within the larger ad business. (BuzzFeed traced the ads to a company called OutStream Media, a subsidiary of Aniview; Aniview says it runs a self-service platform and is not to blame, but BuzzFeed paints a picture of Aniview as a seemingly sketchy organization.)

The scam isn’t just at the expense of consumers, but also ad networks too, as the scammers buy up cheap banner spots and fill them with expensive video ads, profiting in the process.

The technique is a form of “ad stacking” or sometimes “ad stuffing” — though fraudsters can stack or stuff other, non-video kinds of ads too — and ad fraud companies who spoke to BuzzFeed say they see “tens of millions of dollars’ worth” of these bad ads every month.

You can read BuzzFeed’s full investigation here.

Correction, March 22nd at 11:02 AM ET: While we (and BuzzFeed) originally said the bad ads were known as “in-banner video ads,” legitimately purchased in-banner video ads also exist. “Ad stacking” might be a better term for this fraud; thanks to the commenter who pointed this out.

You won’t have to spend iPhone X money to get a top-notch Android phone this year

It used to be HTC or LG that fought it out with Samsung to deliver the best Android phone every year, although neither company was really able to deliver any meaningful blows to Samsung. But times have changed, HTC doesn’t have a real phone division any longer, and LG shied away from MWC 2018 and is rumored to launch an iPhone X knockoff that won’t be as exciting as the real thing.

While all that happened, Huawei rose through the ranks of the Android competitors, and it’s about to unveil a phone that we all know from leaks. The P20 and P20 Pro will be the best Android rivals for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, respectively. A new leak says they will be a lot cheaper than Samsung’s phones while delivering slightly better specs.

The well-informed Roland Quandt is back with pricing details for both Huawei phones, after having shared online extensive P20 and Galaxy S9 leaks in the previous leaks.

What you get for ur money when buying the P20/P20 Pro (WEU):P20 = 5.8in, 4/128GB = 679 Euro.P20 Pro = 6.1in (not 6.01), 6/128GB = 899 other memory variants planned for Euroland, it seems. Other regions will get more variants. Some more official shots (size comparison):

— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) March 18, 2018

As you can see in the tweet above, the 5.8-inch Huawei P20 will feature 4GB of RAM, 128GB of storage and cost €679 in Europe. The Galaxy S9, meanwhile, is priced at €859 in the region, and only packs 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.

Previous reports said the P20 will have a dual rear camera just like the iPhone X, while the Galaxy S9 has a single-lens shooter on the back.

The P20 Pro’s display is slightly bigger at 6.1 inches, and the phone has more RAM — 6GB, just like the Galaxy S9+. But Huawei’s phone has more storage (128GB) and a third rear-facing camera. The P20 Pro will cost €899 in Europe, compared to the Galaxy S9+’s €959 price tag.

Huawei’s phones are also rumored to feature 3D depth sensing, but the Galaxy S9 may have the advantage when it comes to speed, according to leaked benchmarks a few days ago.

That said, all of these phones are still more expensive than Android flagships launched in previous years. And while Samsung has various deals in place to make the phones more attractive, P20 leaks have not mentioned anything like that.

Finally, these European prices do not mean anything for the US right now, where carriers are yet to sell any of Huawei’s flagship phones.

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