Maybe you’re tired of shuttling passengers and delivering food items. Maybe you’d rather sit on the couch instead of cleaning the spare bedroom to take photos for AirBNB. Luckily, you can also earn some extra money why you’re relaxing on the couch. Here are seven apps that pay you to take surveys.

1. Apperwall

This app asks you to download other apps and follow project-specific instructions to write a review. Users report up to $45 a month, but the price varies depending on the quality of the reviews.

2. Swagbucks

Probably one of the best known survey apps is Swagbucks, which gives credit to users for taking surveys of varying lengths. The credit goes toward either gift cards, or they can be redeemed for cash through PayPal. There are also ways to earn credit points for browsing the internet, watching videos, playing games, or doing your shopping online.

3. PanelApp

You can earn prizes through this app, like an Xbox One, but you can also earn cash through taking surveys. However, unlike other survey apps, it collects device data, including your location and apps. This information is available to third parties.

4. Surveys On The Go

Surveys On The Go provides surveying services to Fortune 500 companies, and they pay for their surveys in cash. Most surveys have to do with films and television shows or various products or shopping.

5. Vindale Research

One of the oldest survey apps, Vindale has been in business for over a decade, paying their users over $5 million in that time. You can make cash for taking surveys, watching videos, and roping your friends into joining Vindale too.

6. Quick Thoughts

You might even to be able to take these short surveys while waiting for your next assignment from Postmates or Uber. You can also review local stores and events. Surveys pay up to three dollars apiece.

7. Acorn Hunt

This app allows you to take surveys specifically on topics that interest you. You collect acorns, which you can later redeem for cash via PayPal. Doing more surveys builds your reputation, which in turn gives you access to higher paying surveys and products to test.

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