Making a few dollars each month for allowing ads on your Android smartphone

Cindy Justice By Cindy Justice, 20th Mar 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/3xkgo8rs/
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I recently have discovered a new way to make money with my Android phone. I allow a company to place different ads on my phone daily. The ad box stays in one location and the ad changes on occasion.

Awesome ads on your phone andd get paid for them

I recently came across a newer type app that allows you to make money by agreeing to let them place ads on your Android phone. I was very skeptical at first but after researching some and asking opinions off others, I decided to go ahead and download the app and let the ads start showing.

I can now say I have had the app on my phone for one week and it has displayed nine ads. The ads are of different games out there. The money you earn per app isn't all that much. If I am not mistaken, it is like 5-6cents per ad. I am fine with that because not only can you have ads displayed on your phone but you can watch very short ads and earn points to redeem for giftcards.

The revenue you earn from the ads displayed on your phone comes via cash to PayPal. They have a minimum of $5 to cash out with. The very short ad watching consists of watching short 10 second ads and get points for them. Once you get so many points, you can cash out for a giftcard of your choice.

There is also one last way to earn on this app. You can download apps and try them out for points. I don't really like downloading a bunch of stuff to get points just to have to uninstall afterwards. Every now and then I may do this just to get my point counter high real quick to get a giftcard. I don't like the thought of even downloading anything but hey, if it is safe and earns me some dollars, I am all about it.

The app I have been rambling on about here is called TooYoou. It is only available on the Android market. If you are ok with the posting of some ads that don't interer with your phone and/or other apps, give this one a try. It does not drain your battery quicker than what any other app does.

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Ads, Android, Smartphone

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author avatar Cindy Justice
My name is Cindy. I'm married and have three wonderful children. I work two jobs plus do some freelance apps and writing on the side.

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author avatar Funom Makama
20th Mar 2014 (#)

Thanks a lot Cindy for the hint...

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