Over the last year, in particular, I have started to use a wide variety of different mobile apps. These allow me to earn money in a number of different ways. Variety is definitely the spice of life and I like lots of small revenue streams throughout the year. This means that if a company disappears, without paying me, that I don’t feel the pinch so much. It is also means that I usually have something coming in during the week every week.
What is Roamler?
Roamler is a mobile application that pays you to take part in a number of jobs. You could get paid for taking photographs of local signposts, scenery or items on sale in a supermarket or petrol station. The work is usually quite varied. There are a mixture of paid and unpaid jobs. Completing the unpaid jobs, mostly ones you can complete at home, will allow you to gain experience (XP). XP allows you to reach higher levels and this gives you access to more of the paid work. It is worth doing some of these unpaid jobs, to prove your worth. This will allow you to increase your earning potential.
How can I get a Roamler invite code?
To join Roamler you will want to download the mobile app here for iOs and here for Android. Once you have downloaded the application you will require an invite code. The Money Shed is a fantastic place to find an invite code. Sign up, for free, explore the site a little, chat to a few people and once you have hit 10 posts you can gain access to the premium area. Be aware that posting spam just to hit the post count WILL get you banned from The Money Shed. In the premium section you will find a Roamler invite code that will allow you to sign up as a member.
How much money can I make with Roamler?
Like most of these paid mobile applications it really depends on your location in the country. Within 2 miles of my home I could earn 3 x £2 today. These jobs just require me to visit a location, take a few photographs and then submit my work.
I know of people that are regularly making more than £100 a month just from this one application. I have also seen quite a few people on The Money Shed report great earnings.
If you are someone who travels the country regularly, perhaps for work, then you could potentially pick up even more work.
Cashouts from Roamler
If you want to avoid the dreaded Paypal fees then save up your Roamler earnings until you get to £20. This will allow you to cashout, instantly, and avoid Paypal fees too.
My overall opinion of Roamler
Overall I would say that Roamler is in the slower category for me, when it comes to paid apps. I don’t make as much as with other applications, however I am a little picky about the work that I choose. £2 for taking 4-5 photos is really not bad, and there are often higher fees for other jobs too. The work is quite samey but even if you only pick up 1 or 2 jobs a week it still adds up to several hundred over the year.
The instant payment, without Paypal fees, at £20 is a nice amount to work towards. The customer service at Roamler is great and when I joined, and had an account problem, they got it sorted promptly for me. I’ve only had one task rejected, an unpaid one, and they explained why with good feedback. This allowed me to rectify the problem and still earn the experience.
I personally don’t complete many free jobs now, unless it happens to be something I would be doing anyway. You can gain experience by completing the paid work too, so this helps with working through the levels. I enjoy the work on offer from Roamler, even if the fees are a little low. I’ve never had a problem taking photographs in store and the app works very well too.