If you already have an iPhone or iPod Touch, you know just how entertaining it can be. While you probably understand the capabilities of your iPhone, you may not aware that it can actually make you money. In fact, there are a few different apps that you can download which will make it possible for you to earn money. Here are the top five apps for making money on your iPhone.
Field Agent is a cool application that makes it possible for you to earn money while you are on the go. With this application, companies can post small jobs that they need done by people who have iPhones. For example, a company may need you to take a picture of yourself in front of a restaurant and post a review online. They might pay you $5 to $10 for this service.
Gigwalk is another app that is very similar to Field Agent. With Gigwalk, they tend to have a few more gigs that you can choose to complete in most areas. The bigger cities usually have a lot more gigs available for users. The downside of Gigwalk is that they do not take care of the PayPal fees that are incurred when you earn money and receive a payment.
CheckPoints is an app that gives you rewards points based on where you check in. For example, if you check in at the grocery store and scan certain products, you can get a specific amount of points to use. This app doesn’t pay out rewards points very fast, but if you use it every time you go to the grocery store, it can really start to add up.
GymPact is an awesome app that actually helps you make money when you work out. With this app, you agree to put up so much money as a pact for working out. If you miss your appointment at the gym, some of the money gets taken out of your account. The money then goes to people who actually show up at the gym and work out.
WeReward is another check in oriented app that makes it possible to earn money simply by checking in at different locations. You’re not going to get rich with this app, but you can earn a few cents here and there. Companies spend advertising dollars on this program to encourage people to come into their stores regularly.