What are some Android apps that make money?
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What are some Android apps that make money?

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  • da


    2. Download and install WHAFF Android apps from Google Play Store (it’s free application)

    3. Enter invite Code : AA70013 (you will get $0.20)

    4. Download and Install available apps in WHAFF

    5. Minimum Payout $5

    6.Inviting friends you and your friend get $0.20 for each.

  • Zeldajustin09

    He is asking for app name u dumb niggers.
    Like free money factory or appredeem or get paid to play

  • James Bruce

    Well, when there's an app for that I think society will be finished. Pffft, who needs to work when you can download some more money!

    Oh wait, it's probably called the "jobseekers allowance application form" app. 

  • Smayonak

    In my opinion, the best money-making app/peripheral device for Android is the often talked about Square. It's basically a tiny credit card reader with a 3.5 jack attached to it combined with an application that allows anyone with a cell phone to process a credit card. Hook it up to your phone and you can charge people's credit cards for all manner of things, from sales on Craigslist, to garage sales. Even for providing services (such as computer repair/system building, masseuse services).
    Square isn't the only mobile credit card processor out there, but last I checked, it's the easiest to use, with the lowest start up cost (zero dollars plus a cell phone). That, and the fact that they'll mail you a reader for your phone, for free, gives them a sizable step up over competitors. On the downside, they recently raised their fee to 2.75% of the total transaction (a percentage too high IMO).

    I've walked into start-up businesses using an iPad with a Square reader. It's a common device among start up businesses and independent contractors.


    I would still keep my eyes open for other competing, or similar, services. For example, something to keep your eye on would be Bitcoin Wallet, which is the Android version of the Bitcoin, digital currency system.


    Basically Bitcoin is decentralized currency system, meaning no country has any control over its printing or supply. As a result, its value fluctuates constantly. Also, very few businesses accept BC:


    But, in case you were wondering, it's possible to generate Bitcoin simply by hosting its operation on your computer. The process of earning credit is called (if I understand it correctly) Bitcoin mining.

    Hope there's something useful in here. Good luck!

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