5 apps for students to make money while in college
Are you a college student looking to make some quick money to cover your expenses? For students, it can be challenging to manage a part-time job to make some money while studying full time. However, there are several mobile apps available to help students earn some extra bucks easily in their spare time. Here are 5 best money making apps for college students.
Notesgen is the perfect app for students to make money. All they need to do is to share or upload their notes to help other Notesgen users to start earning some pocket money for their efforts. The platform allows students to upload handwritten notes on various courses and subjects or for competitive exams. It is currently available on the web, Android, and iOS too.
"GigIndia Pocket Money, Part Time Jobs for Students" is another great money making app for college students in India. They can make money online by working with popular brands and companies and performing easy gigs, part-time jobs, and work from home jobs. They can also apply for paid internships on the app. The app is currently available only for Android.
SquadRun is another useful Indian app using which students can earn rewards called SquadCoins for completing various tasks. The company says they convert business activities of large companies, including Flipkart, Snapdeal, Ola, etc., into small missions that are completed by users. The missions include giving feedback, tagging images, categorizing products, etc. SquadCoins can be sent to users' Paytm wallet or redeemed for PayUMoney points.
Lemonop is another good app for college students and freshers to find part-time gigs, short-term internships, and work from home projects and get paid. They can find opportunities in their areas of interest like food, travel, blogging, marketing, content writing, photography, music, hosting, fashion, coding, and graphic designing among others. The app is currently available only for Android.
mCent Browser is a "recharge browser" app students can use to save on their mobile recharges/bills and data. Users can earn credits by simply browsing websites without any complicated steps. They can surf the Internet, watch/download videos, read news, use Facebook, shop online, or use Google Search like they normally do on the app to receive reward points that can be redeemed for recharges.