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Passive Data Collection Apps ComparisonThis is by far the most requested comparison post I have ever been requested to make. In fact, I actually started writing this post in 2016. I have been working on this post on and off for about two years. A couple days ago I posted part one of this post, which is basically just a background on data collection and how companies have been stealing user data for years. It's a pretty interesting read (biased because I wrote it), but if you feel like reading that you can, but if you'd rather just start making money, feel free to skip it and read this post. I only have 39400 characters left for this post, so I'm going to try and make the best use of of them as possible.
Table Of Contents
|Mobile Performance Meter|
|Gomez Peer Zone|
|Both||Nielsen Mobile Rewards|
|Cross Media Panel|
Mobile Passive Data Collection AppsI've managed to find 10 passive data collection apps that I think a whole bunch of you are going to like. For those of you who are totally confused with what I mean when I say "passive data collection" a good way to describe it is that these apps will pay you just to have their apps installed, conditional that you're feeding them your personal data. Not all of these apps necessarily fit that definition, however, because some of these apps might not be collecting your personal data, but they are all looking to collect data, and you're helping with that in one way or another. Some of these apps are looking to collect information about how you interact with social media and the internet as a whole. Some of these apps are collecting data on how you use your phone. Others are testing how well your cell network works, and others are simply testing how text messages are sent/received.
Data Wallet (iOS | Android) Ref = 8w124qyh0tWith this one I figured it'd be fun to start with not only the most unique of all the apps I could find, but also an app that even some of the beermoney veterans reading this post probably have not heard of/used before. DataWallet is an app that acts as a data buying/selling marketplace, but the major difference between this app and all of the others on this list is that this app pays you in an ETH token, DXT. As of right now you can sign up for DX Insights, which can earn you up to 35 DXT per month. According to the app, that's approx. $6.30 per month, but if you take a look at the current Coinmarketcap price, you'll likely be seeing closer to $1 per month, since DXT is trading at ~$0.03 right now.
All in all, DataWallet isn't going to be the biggest earner (hopefully) for you, but who said this post is ordered from best to worst?
Pros of DataWallet:
- Marketplace for buying/selling
- Pays using ETH Token, DXT. (Pro/con depending on personal preference).
Cons of DataWallet:
- Payouts are really low in comparison to other apps (as of posting).
- Pays using ETH Token, DXT. (Pro/con depending on personal preference).
- Only pays using ETH Token, DXT.
|Data Being Collected||Social Media, Amazon Purchases|
|Payout Speed||Instant (?)|
|Referral System||Yes and No1|
|Monthly Earnings||Up to 35 DXT|
Expense Rewards (iOS Coming Soon | Android) Ref = IMH1TYSome of you might remember seeing Expense Rewards in my Save Money Passively post from a couple months ago, but a bunch of you reading this have probably never seen that post. That post is probably my favorite post of all time because it's just awesome to save so much money. Expense Rewards was featured in that post, but I think it is close enough to a data collection app that it qualifies to get some attention here too. I don't want to put too many of these types of apps on here, but if you do like what I have to say about Expense Rewards, I really recommend you also check out Drop and Spent rewards. I feature both of them in the post linked just above, and they are extremely similar to Expense Rewards.
Expense Rewards is an app that rewards you 5 points for every transaction you make using your credit card. (100 points = $0.05). If you'd like to know more specifics on Expense, I'd really recommend you read this post where I do a nice write up on it.
Pros of Expense Rewards:
- Unlimited $0.05 per transaction.
- Lots of gift cards to cash out to.
- Low $2 minimum.
- Instant Payments.
- Nice Referral System.
Cons of Expense Rewards:
- No PayPal.
Expense Rewards Info:
|Data Being Collected||Bank Account/CC Transactions|
3 This is an estimate based on what I googled, which was an average of 4 credit card purchase per day per person on average, which is $0.20 per day, and $6 in a 30 day month. I've been finding way more than $6 per month, but I also spend about 10-30 times per day on my CC.
AppOptix (Android)Whoaaaaa, we got an oldie boi here! AppOptix has been around forever am I right?
AppOptix is probably the most straightforward of all the data collection apps. Once you install the app you'll basically be stalked the hell out of, but you'll earn yourself 25 points (300 points = $10) every week you have the app installed. Once you reach 300 points you'll automatically receive an email with a $10 amazon gift card. That's it. Once you get paid, you start all over again and just keep going up from there. The app itself is terrible and hasn't been updated since Android Nougat was released, but it's extremely simple.
Pros of AppOptix:
- Instant Payments.
- Extremely easy.
Cons of AppOptix:
- App is old and really clunky.
- No choice for payment, just $10 Amazon GC.
|Data Being Collected||Everything about your device and device use.|
|Payout Speed||Automatic & Instant|
Each day you have the app installed and running you should earn "up to 33 points" for a total of ~1,000 points per month. Here's an image that does a good job breaking the app down. All in all, you should end up getting about a dollar a month from this app. They also have a referral system that could help you earn a bit more. Their referral program is a classic 10% bonus program, so you'll get 10% of what your referrals earn. I don't really care about this app but if you're not using it feel free to use my ref link above. I appreciate it!
Pros of Panel App:
- Low cash out minimum.
- High cash out discount.
- Easy to use app, lots of stats.
Cons of Panel App:
- Really slow payments (2 weeks)
- Not many cash out options.
Panel App Info:
|Data Being Collected||Location Information|
|Payout Speed||"Up to two business weeks"|
|Referral System||Yes. 10%|
One nice thing about Smart Panel is that you'll earn a "loyalty" bonus in addition (?) to the $5 you'll be earning each month. Per the site's FAQ:
You earn $5. Once the Smart App has been installed and active on at least one device per device category you own (PC's, tablets, smartphones) for 30 days, your rewards will become available to redeem. For every month that you use the Smart App, you’ll earn another $5. After your devices have been syncing with us for 90 days, you can earn a loyalty bonus of $5. After six months, you can earn a loyalty bonus of $10, after nine months $15, and every quarter after that another $15.This is pretty nice because you'll be earning $30 (?) $5*3 + $15 bonus every quarter with the added bonus, after you've been a user for long enough.
The drawbacks? Smart Panel requires you to install a VPN to use it if you're planning on tracking smartphones and tablets. [Their FAQ]() references "VPN" 7 times, so if you have questions about the VPN use, I recommend reading that, but here's one quote:
A VPN, or Virtual Private Network, is a secure, encrypted connection that allows your research data to be sent to us safely. The Smart App requires that mobile devices must have the VPN installed and active in order to be eligible to earn rewards.If you're a frequent beermoneyer, you'll know that VPNs are often not allowed on sites/apps, and you could risk getting banned if you were to use them. I don't know what the implications of this VPN are, but know that you're using this at your own risk of getting banned on other beermoney apps/sites you use.
Historically there have been a lot of offers on GPT sites to sign up for Smart Panel. It might be a good idea to take a look at offer walls because you might be able to find an offer to get a bonus for signing up, why not stack beermoney?
Pros of Smart Panel:
- High Paying
- PayPal or Amazon :)
Cons of Smart Panel:
- VPN Required
Smart Panel Info:
|Data Being Collected||Everything.|
To sign up for MobileXpression you'll need to sign up online, and then download the app on your qualified phone. Just an important note to add, MobileXpression does require a VPN.
Each week you use the app you'll receive 2 points, and once you reach 10 points (just over a month) you'll earn a $5 gift card, or if you prefer you can save up 15 points for a $10 gift card. Payments are done in generally 1-3 days.
Historically there have been a lot of offers on GPT sites to sign up for MobileXpression. It might be a good idea to take a look at offer walls because you might be able to find an offer to get a bonus for signing up, why not stack beermoney?
Pros of MobileXpression:
- Decent payouts
Cons of MobileXpression:
- VPN Required
|Data Being Collected||Everything.|
|Payout Speed||1-3 Days|
PhonePaycheck came out last year and it only allowed 1000 users to join it. Just to clear any confusion here, it still isn't accepting any new users, so if you don't care to hear more about it, feel free to skip to the next app. If you still want to learn more, feel free read on so you know what this app is like once it does accept new people (assuming it will...).
This app is another one of those apps that borders being data collection or not being data collection, but I think I classified it as data collection so it could be in this post because I think that's its closest fit. This app isn't necessarily stalking you up like all the other apps, but this app does used your phone's processing power to help power their cloud. If you want to read more, check out their site.
If you get into this app you'll be able to use up to 5 devices, and if you have these running basically all day you should be able to earn ~$70-$80 per month. Payments done through PayPal.
Pros of PhonePaycheck:
- High Paying af
Cons of PhonePaycheck:
- Not accepting new users
|Data Being Collected||Processor power.|
This app will track your cell service coverage and you'll earn a consistent $0.05-$0.20 every day you have the app installed and running, plus $0.50 each month you complete their really short survey. They pay you instantly via gift cards (Amazon) starting at just $1 (but you should save up for $5 because of the big fees at $1).
There's really not too much more to say about this app. It's one of the easiest to start using on this list for sure.
Pros of Mobile Performance Meter:
- Easy to start using, 2 minute setup.
- Instant Payments
Cons of Mobile Performance Meter:
- No PayPal
Mobile Performance Meter Info:
|Data Being Collected||Cell Data Coverage.|
|Monthly Earnings||$2-$8 (Average $3.50) 7|
Money SMS is an app that pays you to receive texts... Here's their reasoning for it:
a lot of Telecom SMS providers and Mobile Network Operators need to send SMS test messages to foreign countries to verify and ensure proper delivery of their SMS routes.It's actually really simple. Once you sign up you'll start receiving texts. From my limited experience with this app, you can probably expect to receive 1-3 texts per day, average likely being about 2. The texts are just random BS that you really shouldn't pay attention to.
Each text you receive is worth €0.02, so each day you can expect to earn about $0.05 with this app.
Pros of Money SMS:
- Low cashout minimum.
- For just about everywhere except the US.
Cons of Money SMS:
- Not for the US.
Money SMS Info:
|Data Being Collected||Text tracking.|
McMoney is another app that sends you texts and allows you to get paid for it. This app is also not for the US (?) but I was able to sign up and I have been using it for a while, so YMMV.
This app is actually a bit better than Money SMS. Each text you receive is worth $0.06, and you can expect to receive anywhere from 0-5 texts per day, and i'd push the average to 2 per day, so $0.12 per day. $6 minimum.
Pros of McMoney:
- International users welcome!
Cons of McMoney:
- Not for US users?
|Data Being Collected||Text tracking.|
|Payout Speed||1-2 weeks.|
Desktop Passive Data Collection SitesI've managed to find 2 passive data collection sites. There aren't too many sites that track your computers as much because most of what we do happens on our phones now, but there are a couple places that might be worth checking out so you can try and earn a bit more from your computers totally passively.
I do want to warn you. This site is actually sketchy and I actually want to recommend you not sign up for this site at this time. Last week I emailed them asking why they had not bought my data since 2016 and they never responded. I recommend scrolling to the comments to see if anyone has any recent experiences with this site, because if they've gone missing, there's no point in giving them free data. If anyone can confirm this site is working still or not working, please let me know so I can update this post.
Otherwise, this site has a $5 cash out minimum, they pay to your debit card, so instant payment? And direct to your bank account? I don't know. I've been stuck at $4.14 since 2016.
Pros of DataCoup:
- Instant bank account/ debit card deposit (?)
- Sell the data you want to sell.
Cons of DataCoup:
|Data Being Collected||Social Media/Bank Accounts.|
|Payout Speed||Instant (?)|
PEER is a secure java application that runs in the background of your PC and leverages your system’s idle resources (such as unused processing power, RAM, and bandwidth) to test the performance of many of the world’s most popular websites.Like a few other apps/sites on this list, I actually have not used Gomez Peer, so I can't be 100% confident with my information here, but I believe you either get paid for the time Gomez is running, or you get paid for the amount of time they are running tests while you have it running plus a $0.08 daily bonus.
If you're in the US, per their rates sheet, you should expect to earn $10.95 per month from Gomez Peer (number of minutes in a month * current rate == 43800*0.000249942). So, either that's what you should expect to make in a month, OR it's $0.08 * 30, or $2.40 per month + the bonus for when tests are running. I'm more confident it is the second of the two, so that's how I'm averaging the monthly earnings below. If anyone is an active user of Gomez Peer, please help me out with this so I can get this information as accurate as possible.
Again, I don't use Gomez PEER, but they do have a referral system where each user you refer will get $1 after they start earning.
Pros of Gomez Peer Zone:
Cons of Gomez Peer Zone:
- Slow Payments
- Uses processing power (in the background)
Gomez Peer Zone Info:
|Data Being Collected||Website Loadings.|
|Payout Speed||10-15 days after cycle (45 days max?)|
Desktop & Mobile Passive Data Collection AppsAlright, we have finally made it to the final portion of the post. These are all apps & sites that will allow you to earn passively from both devices (ish?). There's one exception to this rule, and that's Cross Media Panel, but we'll talk about that once we get down there.
Garwald in his original post from 2 years ago that I have kindly borrowed for this post.
Nielsen is a massive company that is willing to pay you to let them take your data. They have a mobile tracking app, but they also have an app for your computer. From my research it seems like the one that gives you the good rewards is the mobile app, but if you still want to use the desktop app you can still earn entries to weekly/monthly sweepstakes. I wouldn't bother with the desktop version because it is probably extremely unlikely you'll win anything from that. The mobile version advertises $50 per year for using their service. The following information might be outdated/inaccurate, but according to Garwald's original post, "All active members will receive up to 6,600 points per year for participating in the panel. As an example of how much the points are worth: 640 points = $5 amazon; which is about $50 a year."
Historically there have been a lot of offers on GPT sites to sign up for Nielsen. It might be a good idea to take a look at offer walls because you might be able to find an offer to get a bonus for signing up, why not stack beermoney?
Pros of Nielsen:
- Consistent/old program.
- Lots of gift card options.
Cons of Nielsen:
- No PayPal (?)
|Data Being Collected||Mobile data &/o Desktop data|
|VPN Required||No (?)|
Achievement is an app/site that allows you to link up to 30+ apps that track your health, and earn up to 80 points per day. (10000 points = $10). I think if I ever get around to making a post just about apps that pay you to exercise this will also appear on it for sure.
Achievement has actually been around for a while now, and you'll be able to link just about any exercise app to it, so it's really basically passively getting paid for the exercise you do.
While they say you can earn up to 80 points per day ($0.08) you'll likely find yourself earning closer to $0.03 per day with natural walking habits, but you should see more if you link multiple different apps.
They actually just released a referral system, which advertises 100 points for each user who signs up and refers. It's a cute referral system and as always I do appreciate it when you use my referral link.
Pros of Achievemint:
- Finally getting paid to exercise? yes pls
Cons of Achievemint:
- you're getting paid to exercise what's not good about that?
|Data Being Collected||Step tracking.|
SavvyConnect is a panel that pays you to connect devices and just use them as you usually do. According to what I've seen and wrote, you should be able to earn $5 per month per device (?) and use up to 3 devices (?).
If you're interested, I really recommend you take a look at their site, even though their FAQ actually says nothing about a $5 monthly incentive??? What?
If anyone can help me out here if you're an active user, that'd be fucking awesome. Edit: Thank you Mikazah for correcting a lot of this information.
Pros of SavvyConnect:
- Easy $5-15 per month.
Cons of SavvyConnect:
- Slow Payments.
- Check Payments
|Data Being Collected||Web browsing habits.|
|Payout Speed||Slow (2-3 weeks)|
Edit: Thanks to Mikazah for pointing out -- it's only available on android devices now, i.e android phones and android tablets.
Payments are done instantly to various gift cards starting at $5.
Pros of Cross Media Panel:
- Instant Payments
Cons of Cross Media Panel:
- No PayPal
Cross Media Panel Info:
|Data Being Collected||Everything.|
ConclusionI don't really know how to conclude this post. At this point we're already 30,000 characters in, or over 5,000 words in... and according to wordcounter.net, this post was written at a "college graduate" level. But here I am taking English 101 in college, learning the basics of english.
Anyways enough about that. I'm just really tired of typing, especially since I basically ended up re-writing everything I originally had...
As a statistical conclusion, if you are lucky enough (for PhonePaycheck at least) to be able to use all of these apps, you should be able to earn ~$113 (~$53 without PhonePaycheck) per month + 35 DXT, or ~ $1356 per year + 420 DXT ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) (~$636 without PhonePaycheck). Keep in mind that a majority of these earnings are actually conservative, so you might very well actually make more than this.
Anyways that's just about all I have to say. If you like this post, I really want to stress that this post is extremely similar, and you'll probably like it too.
As always please correct me with my inaccurate information. I always strive to get things right, but I slip up a lot.
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This guide is specifically for Android users (Sorry Apple fans, my only Apple device is an iPod touch so I can't really help you here). The majority of this is covered in my Passive Beermoney guide, but I wanted to pull it out and separate it for those specifically interested in Android earning. This guide will NOT talk about the Swagbucks apps or PerkTV; both of those have their own subreddits (/Swagbucks and /PerkTV) now and are very well known.
INTERNATIONAL NOTE: After multiple comments, it's been determined that none of these work in the UK, Sweden, or Thailand. So it's likely that they are all US only (although some may work in Canada, I don't know yet).
Instead, this guide will cover ways you can passively earn money with your device(s) with very little to no work. All of these have been tested by me and are currently running together successfully on my Motorla Moto G. I will provide my weekly earnings, but your results may vary in some cases.
Just a note before I get started, having a lot of these on your phone at once can be a drain on your battery (particularly Media Insiders Mobile) and data. My phone makes it about 16 hours of on-off use throughout the day, which I think is pretty good. Please keep this in mind and adjust your usage accordingly.
These apps are in no particular order. I assume Android 4.0 is required for most, if not all, of these. I haven't tried it without a <4.0 device. Also, anything I say is my experience. If you have a differing one, let me know! I like to be accurate.
And as always with my guides, I'm always on the lookout for new ways to earn. If you see something here that isn't listed, please let me know!
NOTE: If you plan to sign up using my referral link(s), I'm pretty sure you need to do so while on your mobile device in order for it to work properly. Thank you!
Fronto - Ref (referral code brmny990; you can put this in under "Settings -> Promo Code" and we both get $.50) ---- Non-Ref (Earnings vary, hard to measure) Fronto is an app that pays you to unlock your phone. Every time you wake up your phone, Fronto will put up an ad for you. You can scroll up/down this ad to see different ads that may interest you. Sometimes these ads lead to app downloads or site sign ups. I highly recommend you do these; not only does it dramatically speed up earning (which is slow to begin with), but thus far I have been credited for every single app I've ever downloaded, and I didn't even need to open it! I have never had that kind of success with app downloading. Anyways, you get the points shown when you unlock/go to the offer. If you don't see any points, try scrolling downwards. One of the screens may offer you points, which makes the other screens offer it too (this is usually an ad from Fronto itself). Fronto will stop awarding you points after some number of unlocks per hour, so farming doesn't really work here. You may also have to wait a second or two for the Fronto ad to show after you wake your phone up. Be patient! Minimum payment is $5 Amazon/PayPal/GooglePlay, at a slightly higher rate than the $10 cashouts. This might take you a while to achieve. Keep at it!
Slidejoy - Ref ---- Non-Ref (Earnings vary; estimate $.35-$.50 per week) Slidejoy is like Fronto; when you wake your phone, you get an ad. You rack up money, you cash it out. There's a catch, though; your earnings can only be redeemed 3 months after you earn them. If you aren't in it for the long haul, you probably don't want to play with this one. I don't know why they do this, but hey, free money is free money, and the earnings aren't half bad all things considered. You can run Slidejoy and Fronto together. Fronto will always show up first (and always show up); Slidejoy does not always show up after you wake your phone. Minimum payment is $1 to SquareCash/PayPal, $10 to GooglePlay, and 2 donation options.
Adme - Ref ---- Non-Ref (Approx. $.10 per day, will vary with usage) Adme is like Fronto and Slidejoy, but the ad appears after you unlock your phone, not before. Sometimes the lock screen it produces will be overlapped/replaced by the ad, which usually needs to be X'd out. The pay is actually pretty decent all things considered. Minimum cashout is $10 PayPal. You can run this with Fronto and Slidejoy.
FreeEats - Ref ---- Non-Ref (Earnings vary based on the number of texts you get) FreeEats pays you to receive texts to your phone, and you get paid near-instantly straight to PayPal. You get $1 for signing up, and each text is worth $.25. Occasionally you'll get a text that leads to a survey, and these pay $1 each (or $10 if you're one of the first 25 to respond). Obviously the amount of texts you get varies, but I tend to get one every couple of days at least. NOTE - The referral promotion may be completed now, so I'm not sure if you'll get a $1 bonus for signing up.
Media Insiders Mobile - No Referrals ($1.25 per device, up to 3 devices; $.50 additional if you run the mobile VPN, and another $1.25 for the computer version) Media Insiders Mobile is an app that monitors your activity on your phone. If this doesn't jive with you, the guide is over for you 'cause the rest of these are activity monitors. Install it and sign in, and go about your normal usage. MIM is a bit of a battery and data hog, so keep that in mind. It pays well, but may not be for you. Further, you need at least 1 "record" of having watched TV per week. I think it's either very sensitive, or picks up on Netflix/other stuff, 'cause I always get 7 days of TV views and I don't watch TV every day. Anyways, after 28 days they ask you to connect to their VPN. This is optional!, and WILL BREAK PERKTV AND SWAGBUCKS APPS if you're connected. However, you get $.50 additional if you run the VPN for at least 3 days per week. After 3 weeks, you'll be invited to install their VPN on your computer (email their support if you don't get invited). This is an additional $1.25 per week as long as one of your devices fulfills the base usage requirement (5 days of MIM, 1 day with a TV usage). Now, I recently put MIM on 2 of my farm phones (VPN off) and as far as I know they'll credit, but I haven't reached a full week yet. I'll update when I know. You may also get surveys via email to complete for extra credit. Payout is via "Perks Points", which are redeemed from the MIM website. Perks Points can be exchanged for a wide variety of gift cards, cash, and prizes. Minimum is $5 Amazon, that I've seen.
Panel App - Ref ---- Non-Ref (~$.25 per week) Panel App is another data monitor. This one is a slow (very slow) earner, but is quiet and uses very little in the way of resources. You can get small point boosts if you answer quick surveys about where you were at certain times of the day on a recent day, so carrying your device with you will help a lot when you go out and about. Otherwise, earning points is just about waiting patiently. Minimum payment is $2 Amazon/PayPal, although waiting for the $5 option is more cost effective (3000/$2 vs. 5000/$5).
AppOptix - No Referrals (~$.83 per week) AppOptix is another data monitor. This one is quicker than Panel, slower than MIM. It uses very little in the way of resources. As far as I can tell there's no way to earn extra points. When installing, you'll ask for an invite and then you'll wait until you get an email saying you've been invited to the panel, so be patient there. Only payout is $10 Amazon, at 300 points. I earn 25 points per week, which is about $.83 per week.
Mobile Performance Meter - No Referrals ($2.80 per week) Mobile Performance Meter is another data monitor. This one is my best earner by far, but I'm pretty sure the point payout varies by person and location, so this may not necessarily be as profitable for you. Battery usage can be similar to MIM at times. MPM only has so many open slots per area; if you are not eligible when you first install, try again at a later date, or if you travel somewhere try when you're there. It took me a few weeks before I tried to join again on a whim and ended up being accepted. Once per month there is a popup survey worth $1.50 that will appear, so keep an eye out for that! There are a large variety of payout options at varying minimum levels; $1 Amazon seems to be the lowest.
Screenwise Trends Panel - No Referrals ($1.00 per week; $.50 extra per additional device (1 computer, 1 tablet)) Screenwise Trends Panel is another mobile activity monitor, as well as existing for computers and tablets. This is powered by Google, and thus requires you to use the Chrome browser. You earn $1.00 per week for the first device, then an additional $.50 for up to 2 additional devices (You can have 1 phone, 1 tablet, and 1 computer). This one isn't very noticeable on your phone/computeetc., and as long as you use Chrome a bit on each of your devices, you'll get credit each week. Minimum payout is $25 to a couple of options like Amazon/Paypal, but be aware that your reward will almost certainly take the full 6 weeks to process. Don't be alarmed.
Nielsen Mobile Rewards - I'm not providing a link to this because, unfortunately, I don't really have experience with this like I would like to. I had this running for a little while before I tried to log in and check my progress. I couldn't get into my account, so I contacted support. It turned out that somehow, despite signing up and running the app for a couple weeks, I wasn't officially registered/activated? Upon trying to log into their site to activate, the site broke and has continued to be broken ever since (This was probably 2 months ago now). So I know that this option exists, but I cannot speak to its earnings or usefulness.
So let's summarize! If you get the same earnings as I do (and remember, your results may vary), you could be earning upwards of $8.73 per week (note: This assumes 1 device with VPN on MIM, and two devices with Screenwise. More devices with MIM, VPN usage, Computer MIM, and additional/less devices with Screenwise will change your weekly earnings), the majority of which will require no input from you beyond installation and redeeming rewards. I know it's not a lot, but it's passive and it a nice little boost to your earnings.
If you have any questions, or know any more apps that would fit here, please feel free to contact me! Like I said before, I'm always looking for new ways to earn.