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Make extra money working with 21 (and counting) major gig apps available in the US by joining Appjobs Work *for free*. If you’re multiapping as a food delivery driver, rideshare driver, shopper, dog walker or a freelancer–Appjobs Work is for you!

We give you the tools, work insights and quests with rewards that help you gig smarter and earn more from gig jobs, anywhere in the US!


▶ Complete quests. Get rewards.
Need a bit of that extra motivation? With quests, you get rewarded with extra money for gigs you’d be doing anyway. Complete quests by doing a set number of gigs or earning a specific amount within a time limit. For every quest you complete, you get coins that you can convert into over 250 different gift cards.

Isn’t it a great way to set and track your gig work goals?

▶Work smarter with gig work hacks
Track, adjust, gig smarter and earn extra income with our gig income tracker. Breakdown your gig jobs income into base pay vs tips, filter by gig app and compare daily, weekly and monthly earnings. Quickly share your performance with your friends.

Appjobs Work analyzes your gig jobs and earnings data and sends you notifications about trends and insights that will help you work smarter and avoid potential obstacles, like account deactivation.

When do you earn the most money? Are your earnings decent compared to other gig workers? Which apps in your area are paying the most right now? We’ll answer those questions for you.

▶ Own your gig work history
All your earnings and platforms in one place. No more jumping between different gig work apps to see your gig activities history - just connect all your different gig app accounts to Appjobs Work and track your work stats automatically.

Your work and earnings data will be preserved in Appjobs Work for as long as you wish - even if you stop using your gig apps or get deactivated. We put your data into your hands so that you’ll have a proof of work & earnings history whenever you need it.


• Amazon Flex
• Bolt
• Caviar
• Deliv
• Dolly
• Doordash
• Fiverr
• Glovo
• goPuff
• GrubHub
• Instacart
• Lyft
• Postmates
• Rover
• Shipt
• TaskRabbit
• Uber
• Uber Eats
• Upwork
• Wag!
• Wolt
• Wonolo

More on the way!


We want to give you the tools to help you increase your earnings while multiapping gig jobs.

Over time, we’ll be adding new features to our app, so download Appjobs Work now FOR FREE to boost your gig jobs earnings and enable notifications to stay connected and hear about future updates!


Need help, have feedback or anything to share? Drop us a line at hello@appjobs.work

What’s New

Version 3.12.1

- Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

2.7 out of 5
87 Ratings

87 Ratings

DrAzathoth ,

Update: they came through

They fixed the glitch and seem to be functional. Yes, they lowered the point amount but it’s not like I am doing anything extra and I still get a little extra. Hopefully no glitches the next time I am ready to cash out.

Developer Response ,

Hello. Cash out is a glitch that happened on 30th December and we are working on a fix. It took longer than usual due to holiday season but app will work as usual by 8th January. All points are safe and sound, so it is a minor delay only. We also answer all emails in 24 hours. Please use app-feedback@appjobs.com and contact us if you experience any problems or if you want to give feedback. Thank you!

Laggy944563573 ,

Probably will delete soon

Let me start by saying that I RARELY leave reviews but it has gotten so bad that I must They’ve changed the structure of earning points but they’ve made it sooo hard that it isn’t even worth it anymore. It used to be more advantageous. Being a part time gig worker I used to be able to get at least $10-$15 dollar gift cards. I’ve participated in calls on how to make it better and they’ve done the opposite. The challenges are really geared towards FULL TIME gig workers. For example in May…you had to make $2000 dollars before you could even get a $5 gift card…again not worth it. I’ve emailed the company with feedback but they aren’t listening. It’s all about how the company can gain. I’ve expressed concern about selling information especially since the rewards are so low/unattainable. They swear they aren’t selling information, if not how/why else would they be in business. Increase rewards levels, decrease payout = more profits for them

Developer Response ,

Thanks for taking the time to give us feedback, particularly if this isn’t something you’d usually do. To start off with, we would like to point out that we do take all feedback onboard, we do listen and most importantly appreciate users taking time to tell us how we could improve what we do. Our product is in constant development, we understand that at this moment in time it’s not as advantageous for part-time workers and we’re truly working on rectifying that.

It’s also important for us to underline that we do not sell people’s information, nor are we solely focused on our own gain and profits. While we’re fully aware we’re not quite there yet, our primary focus is to provide gig workers with an app they can use to maximize their time and income, make more informed decisions about when and where to work, be rewarded for the work they’re already doing and so on. We also invest in community projects aimed at supporting gig workers. All this to underline once more that our primary concern is providing gig workers with value, not abusing people’s trust by selling data or whatnot.

Honestly, we’re sorry you no longer find our application useful and we’re also extremely sorry you feel like you’re not being listened to and that your time was wasted. We can assure you we do listen, we do care about your feedback and we’re developing the app as we speak to make it more valuable for all gig workers.

jaket923 ,

Horrible way to start 2021

I used this app a couple of times and even advertised for them. Not anymore unless something changes. New updates without advising anyone:

$1 used to equal 2 points. Now, $2 is 1 point.
Gift cards have doubled in price. 500 points used to be a $5 card, now it’s 1000 points.

If my math is right, $2000 earned is $5, not even worth the time. That’s up a little bit (sarcasm) from the $250 earned it used to take to get the $5 card. You now only need to make 8x more for the same reward. On top of that, the reward redeem isn’t working at all.

Per their T&C, $1 should be 1 point. But that’s not true. I’ve sent them an email explaining the frustration. I will update my review when I get feedback, or when they go back to how it was.

** I have been informed that points will also now expire on a monthly basis, and you can only redeem up to $20 per month on cards. You also may have noticed some points are missing, that’s because they deleted any points made in 2020. This makes the app completely useless. Added this app to my delete list until this changes.

AppjobsRewards, you know you are making bank from selling our data. You started to get popular and now you are backing up to make even more from us. That’s absolutely insane and I hope you fix this, for the sake of your app.

Developer Response ,

We're very sorry about your recent experience with the app. Our intention with the app has, and always will be, to produce something that delivers value both to gig workers and the platforms they work on. Unfortunately we were not able to keep up with old way of giving point in order to still doing that. We know we did not communicated it the right way earlier and we understand your frustration. Again, we are sorry about that.

We don't plan to make any changes to the base value of cards or the exchange rate from points to $. From 4th January onwards, you'll now collect 1 point for each $2 earned and be able to redeem a maximum of $20 per month. Points will still be given based on when your work activity happened, but will now expire at the end of each month.

But, we'll also be expanding the ways you can earn points in the future, including campaigns that boost points earned through specific gig apps, and rewarding other activity with points–such as providing reviews for the apps you work with. Look out for updates on this in the coming weeks!

Please write to us directly at app-feedback@appjobs.com if you need more info about that.

App Privacy

The developer, Appjobs Sweden AB, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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