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Published on October 29th, 2020 | by Bibhuranjan

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How to make money from your smartphone

Your smartphone serves as your own little window to the entire digital world out there. While that is great and should more than suffice your need for a smartphone in the first place, there is perhaps still some more that you can do with the device. That includes earning money as well.

Yes, you heard it right. The online casino India smartphone you are probably holding on your hand can well be used to earn some smart bucks as well. Here are some of the ways you can do that.

Swagbucks

The app will let you earn points that are referred to as SB, which in turn can be used to procure gift cards, sweepstake countries, coupons, and such. Earning SB won’t require you to do anything extravagant. Rather, doing stuff we usually do with our smartphones such as surfing the net using their toolbar, watching videos, completing surveys, and so on can let you earn SB. Referring friends will fetch you more SB while there also is an initial $5 for the taking simply for signing up.

Survey Junkie

You might have already got the point; you will be required to take surveys for which you will earn points. Such points can then be redeemed for gift cards or even cash. The app is available on the Google Play Store and Apple App Store.

Ibotta

This app is related to shopping that can let you earn some money in the process. All that you have to do is complete some tasks for your favorite brands and companies. Next, shop at locations such as Walgreens and Target. Once your shopping is done, snap pictures of your receipt and that is all. You can look forward to some cashback amount getting credited to your account. Referring to your friends will let you earn even more.

Foap

This is an iOS application that lets you earn money by publishing the images you have clicked with your iPhone. Once you have published your images on FOAP, those will be put up for sale once they receive five overall positive ratings. And once someone buys your images, you get to earn $5 for every image sold.

Bookscouter

The app will let you earn some money by selling the books you may have with you. You start by scanning the barcode of the books that you don’t need any more. You will then be provided with buyback prices from over 42 vendors. All that you have to do is select the vendor that is offering the best prices. The amount will be credited to your PayPal account after they have received the book.

Parking Panda

This will let you lent your parking space to anyone who needs it. The app will let you connect with prospective tenants who are looking for a temporary parking slot. So, if you can spare some space where others can park their cars safely, you can end up adding a fair bit to your monthly balance.

DoorDash

This entails being a delivery agent but won’t keep you tied to a single restaurant. Instead, you will be connected to several take-out joints who need to have their food delivered safely to their customers. This in turn increases your earning prospects several times over while there also are the chances of getting a handsome tip once in a while. However, you need to have a vehicle of your own to get along here, complete with a valid driving licence. The minimum requirement will be to have a cycle while the last but not too desirable option will be to deliver the orders on foot.

Airbnb

The app is all about renting out your home, either whole or a part thereof, to tourists. This makes for a win-win solution for both parties as the travellers get to save money by not staying at a regular hotel while you get to earn some by letting out your space during the time that you don’t need it.

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Bibhuranjan

Editorial Officer, technofaq.org I'm an avid tech enthusiast at heart. I like to mug up on new and exciting developments on science and tech and have a deep love for PC gaming. Other hobbies include writing blog posts, music and DIY projects.



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