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That expensive smartphone you're carrying may be the key to earning a little pocket money. Several services will pay you to install their apps and perform market research or otherwise point and click with your smartphone. They're easy tasks anyone can do. While you won't be able to make a living off these apps and services, the extra money you make may well be worth the minimal effort. Some pay in cash directly to your account; some pay in gift cards. 

You have an advantage if you live in a good-size city rather than in a rural area. Most of the jobs are in cities.

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Gigwalk

 

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Gigwalk describes itself as a Mobilee Review. You can earn a second paycheck using Gigwalk's iPhone or Android mobile apps to perform simple fieldwork, such as mystery shopping, delivering items, testing mobile apps, taking photos, and more. Available in major U.S. metro areas, Gigwalk pays from $3 to $90 per task, depending on your experience and reputation. 

Just download the app and check the list of jobs in your area. The small tasks take just minutes to complete, and you work only when you want to. More »

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Field Agent

 

Similar to Gigwalk, Field Agent turns iPhone and Android smartphone users into mobile workers who scan barcodes, mystery shop, check prices, take polls, explore neighborhoods, and more using their smartphones. In return, agents are paid between $1 and $12 for each task. It may not seem like a lot of money, but when you're bored waiting in a line, you might as well take a survey and earn a few bucks.More »

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EasyShift

 

Pick up a quick one- or two-minute shift, and you can earn a couple of bucks anywhere you show. Like Gigwalk, EasyShift assignments often include taking a picture or recording a price. Payments range from $2 to $20 per shift. The automatic payments are sent within two days to your Paypal account. The app is available for iPhone and Android smartphones. More Videoowide Volume 3 Review

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Shopkick

 

Shopkick rewards you just for going shopping—whether or not you buy an item. If you walk in with your smartphone, you earn "kicks" redeemable for gift cards or store discounts. You don't actually get pocket money with Shopkick; you receive savings instead. When you scan items or buy from partner stores, you earn even more kicks. Shopkick is available as an app for both iPhone and Android smartphones. More »

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CheckPoints

 

CheckPoints, like Shopkick, earns you points and rewards for scanning items, watching videos, checking in at different stores, playing games, or completing offers. Points are redeemable for discounts, gift cards, or products. The app is available for iPhones and Android smartphones. More SociLiveStream Review

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Swagbucks

 

Get paid in gift cards to search the web—on your phone or on your computer. Swagbucks is a popular online rewards program, and both Android and iPhone users can make money on the go. Mobile searches, daily polls, and other ways to earn Swag Bucks are available from your phone. For about 450 points, you can earn a $5 gift card—that requires a lot of searches, but there are other ways to earn points including random drawings. More »

Poshmark is an application where individuals can sell women’s fashion clothing, shoes, handbags, and accessories. Download the app on your iPhone, create an account, and then start taking photos of the items you wish to sell. Once the item sells, print out a pre-paid, pre-addressed shipping label and send off your item. When the buyer receives the item, Poshmark will deposit 80% of the sale price into your account. Payments are made either by direct deposit or check.

  • Available in the United States and its territories.

10. Receipt Hog

Available for Android and iPhone systems, Receipt Hog pays you money for shopping and taking surveys. Download the app and take photos of your receipts from any grocer, supercenter, club store, dollar store, drug store, convenience mart, beauty supply, or pet supply store. Once receipts are inputted into the system, Receipt Hog will award you with virtual coins that can be traded in for cash through PayPal or an Amazon gift card. The information that Receipt Hog collects is summarized and used in market research reports that companies will pay for. The number of coins you earn per receipt depends on how much your total bill is. You can submit 20 receipts per week and trade 1,000 coins in for $5.00.

  • Available for use within the United States and the United Kingdom.

11. Shopkick

I'm totally addicted to this app! Shopkick is a really cool rewards program that is available for iPhone and Android phones. Just download the app to your phone, and when you walk into your favorite stores (Old Navy, Crate & Barrel, Exxon, Target, Macy’s, etc.), you’ll instantly earn kicks. Scan specified barcodes once you're in the store to earn more kicks. Link up your credit card, browse through lookbooks, or refer your friends for even more kicks. Kicks can be used for gift cards from Target, Old Navy, Starbucks, or on items like clothing, electronics, or even a cruise! Shopkick has been featured on The Huffington Post, Forbes, and The Wall Street Journal.

  • Open to US Residents.

12. Viggle

Do you love to watch TV or listen to music? Then Viggle is for you. Just download the app to your Android or iPhone, check in with Viggle button and start earning points by watching TV or listening to music. You can even engage and answer questions for additional points. Points can be redeemed for rewards from companies like Starbucks, Foot Locker, Groupon, and Best Buy.

One last word about smartphone apps. Not all apps are legit — you need to do your due diligence and read the reviews before installing on your phone and entering your information. I'm fairly cautious when trying out new apps. If there are zero reviews listed on iTunes or the Android app store – I won't download it. You'll also want to read reviews online and via the Better Business Bureau website.

If you want to see what apps I use on a weekly basis, check out this post — these apps pay for my Starbucks addiction!

Which smartphone apps are you using to make money? Feel free to drop your favorites below.

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