Make Money Online Top Websites

Top 5 Money Making Apps to use in 2020

Money Making Apps
Written by Rishika Desai

Top 5 Money Making Apps to use in 2020

Everyone wants to make money easily. Many people apart from corporate life enjoy a healthy part-time profession of making money. It can range from doing entrepreneurship to writing blogs- but people want an easier way out now. As a result, few innovators of today have come up with an idea of giving out money on doing simple tasks that we do on day-to-day life. Therefore, we have come up with the top 5 money-making apps to use in 2020 to fill up your pockets along with your job.

Google Opinion Rewards:

India, in general, is a country where people can’t stop giving their opinions. But as far as Google Opinion Rewards is concerned, one gets rewarded for giving out their opinions. With this IOS and Android-based application, you can earn as much as $5 depending on your performance. You can use these credits to buy other apps in from Playstore or can convert it into cash with PayPal. Get the app here!

Money making apps

Now don’t hesitate to give out your opinion, but mind it, on Google Opinion Rewards only!


Slidejoy gives you advertisements on the phone of your lock screen. If you feel like a particular advertisement is worth catching for your eye, then you can slide it to read more. For every slide or a set of slides you make, you earn in carats. Depending upon your lock-unlock capacity, you can earn up to 100 carats or more in a day. This is equivalent to $0.10. As soon as you complete 2000 carats, which involves nearly 10-20 days of lock screen interactivity, your reward is equivalent to $2. After $2, you can ask for a PayPal payout. Get the app here!

Slidejoy money making


Foap is a new app that allows you to upload the pictures and then get paid for the pictures. Unlike Shutterstock, you can take up missions from a particular organization and get paid. Also, just so that you know, you can keep earning a particular picture as much as it gets used. Keep clicking, you amateur photographer. Get the app here!

Foap Money app

Also Read: 7 Genuine Ways To Make Money Online


This is a type of app that can give if you complete a task, and takes it if you don’t complete it. In Pact, you have to decide a certain set of tasks for yourself. If you are able to prove yourself on the tasks you’ve set, bravo! If not, you’ve to put your own price as a penalty. Get the app here!

Pact app


Sweatcoin is another app that can keep you health-conscious depending upon the number of steps that you take. You can buy from the earned Sweatcoin all the products and services that can keep you motivated towards health and fitness. The general conversion goes like 1 SWC for 1000 steps taken. This app keeps a premium watch on your steps and soon it’s planning to convert into an accepted form of payment! Get the app here!


There are many such unique and dream apps that pay you out for having fun and passing time. For example, you get paid and rewarded for gaming, taking free trials, testing and reviewing the services that are available on their mission list. Bored? Want to play games? Then get paid as well! now I hope you understand how to make money online with top 5 money making apps.

About the author

Rishika Desai

An engineer doing everything else than engineering- but still a computer engineer as a profession.
Dancer, poet & an aspiring writer.
Content writing and cybersecurity comprises my present,
Animal love engulfs my heart!
Versatility and diligence is a boon, make use of it!
Trying my hands on living life to it's fullest!

1 Comment

Privacy Preference Center


These cookies allow our websites to remember information that changes the way the site behaves or looks, such as your preferred language or the region you are in. For instance, by remembering your region, a website may be able to provide you with local weather reports or traffic news. These cookies can also assist you in changing text size, font and other parts of web pages that you can personalise.

Loss of the information stored in a preference cookie may make the website experience less functional but should not prevent it from working.

Most Google users will have a preferences cookie called ‘NID’ in their browsers. A browser sends this cookie with requests to Google’s sites. The NID cookie contains a unique ID that Google uses to remember your preferences and other information, such as your preferred language (e.g. English), how many search results you wish to have shown per page (e.g. 10 or 20) and whether or not you wish to have Google’s SafeSearch filter turned on.



We use cookies to make advertising more engaging to users and more valuable to publishers and advertisers. Some common applications of cookies are to select advertising based on what’s relevant to a user; to improve reporting on campaign performance and to avoid showing ads that the user has already seen.

Google uses cookies like NID and SID to help customise adverts on Google properties, such as Google Search. For example, we use such cookies to remember your most recent searches, your previous interactions with an advertiser’s adverts or search results and your visits to an advertiser’s website. This helps us to show you customised adverts on Google.

We also use one or more cookies for advertising that we serve across the web. One of the main advertising cookies on non-Google sites is named ‘IDE‘ and is stored in browsers under the domain Another is stored in and is called ANID. We use other cookies with names such as DSID, FLC, AID, TAID and exchange_uid. Other Google properties, such as YouTube, may also use these cookies to show you more relevant adverts.

Sometimes advertising cookies may be set on the domain of the site that you're visiting. In the case of advertising we serve across the web, cookies named ‘__gads’ or ‘__gac’ may be set on the domain of the site that you're visiting. Unlike cookies that are set on Google's own domains, these cookies can't be read by Google when you're on a site other than the one on which they were set. They serve purposes such as measuring interactions with the ads on that domain and preventing the same ads from being shown to you too many times.

Google also uses conversion cookies whose main purpose is to help advertisers determine how many times the people who click on their adverts end up purchasing their products. These cookies allow Google and the advertiser to determine that you clicked on the advert and later visited the advertiser site. Conversion cookies are not used by Google for personalised ad targeting and persist for a limited time only. A cookie named ‘Conversion‘ is dedicated to this purpose. It's generally set in the domain or the domain (you can find a list of domains that we use for advertising cookies at the foot of this page). Some of our other cookies may be used to measure conversion events as well. For example, DoubleClick and Google Analytics cookies may also be used for this purpose.

To show user ads related to his/her interest
To show user ads related to his/her interest.


Google Analytics is Google’s analytics tool that helps website and app owners to understand how visitors engage with their properties. It may use a set of cookies to collect information and report website usage statistics without personally identifying individual visitors to Google. The main cookie used by Google Analytics is the ‘__ga’ cookie.

In addition to reporting website usage statistics, Google Analytics can also be used, together with some of the advertising cookies described above, to help show more relevant ads on Google properties (like Google Search) and across the web and to measure interactions with the ads we show.



Websites often collect information about how users interact with a website. This may include the pages users visit most often and whether users get error messages from certain pages. We use these so-called ‘session state cookies’ to help us improve our services, in order to improve our users’ browsing experience. Blocking or deleting these cookies will not render the website unusable.

These cookies may also be used to anonymously measure the effectiveness of PPC (pay per click) and affiliate advertising.

Session State,