clickworker 4+

Earn money on the go

Clickworker

Designed for iPad

    • 4.4 • 5.3K Ratings
    • Free

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Description

Earn money easily with your smartphone, at home or on the go.

People from all over the world can become part of the Clickworker community. You simply log in through the app or on your PC, complete micro jobs and quickly earn a little money on the side.

There’s a variety of available tasks:
Surveys
Online research
App testing
Making audio and video recordings
Mystery photography / store visits
Writing and proofing texts
Categorizing data
And many other micro jobs...

There’s a lot to do, sometimes more, sometimes less! Checking in daily on the clickworker app is definitely worthwhile.

Becoming a clickworker is super easy:
1) Register online or on the app
2) Fill out your profile so we can learn some more about you
3) Get started with your first online jobs
4) To keep the work interesting and fun, you should ideally also take some of the tests to become qualified to work on additional jobs.
5) Have your earnings paid out weekly to your PayPal account.


Do you still have questions about this kind of work? Contact us directly or connect with lots of other Clickworkers in our Clickworker forum!

What’s New

Version 2.18.0

We fixed a few bugs, improved performance and then played a round of darts.

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
5.3K Ratings

5.3K Ratings

dalyworker247 ,

So far so good!

Very Intelligent app. Done a few jobs, but haven’t set up Payment details though yet. Waiting for my bank to call me in a couple hours to fix something with my account then I can finish my profile by adding my payment details. So when that happens and payment for jobs goes to bank and I get them no problem and no problems with my bank then I’ll give clickworker 5 stars as most of these apps have issues when it comes time to getting paid. I’ll give it the benefit of the doubt though for now.

KatieCam18 ,

Very interesting work, but the pay is laughable

Sadly, I quickly realized that I was not going to make much money as a click worker. I used to spend hours and more hours qualifying for different jobs and taking notes on how to do the task correctly just to have my work rejected or not paid for whatever the reason was that day. It’s really hard to improve when you have no idea or any explanation as to where you went wrong!! I would feel really good about my work and then it would be rejected and jobs I felt were subpar I would get credit for. I would plan to work a few hours and when I would sign in to work my account would show suspended or account disabled or account expired or some unexplained issue. Some days they could fix it the issue right away but, many times I would lose out for the window to work while waiting for the help team to reset my account so I could log in. I don’t think it’s a scam, but I do think they are getting work from us for very very low pay and never explain why work is rejected. Frustrating but interesting 🤔

Developer Response ,

Hi Katie, Thanks for your feedback. We are sorry for what you experienced so far. Some of the work you submit, needs to be validated by our validators, who need to do so according to the client's requirements. They usually leave a comment for you to understand why it has been rejected and what you can do to improve your work. If you didn't receive a comment, please feel free to contact our support team at help@clickworker.com and provide the Workitem number of the job. They will assist you and double check your work! Thanks for your understanding.

MissyMonroee ,

Not a bad app but

Not many jobs to choose from and those that have high payouts aren’t even worth it. The mystery shopping is one that I won’t recommend anyone doing especially when we are in a crisis that’s getting worse(why go out in crowded shops when you don’t need to be out?!) I recommend but there should be more options for work such as editing or just typing or rating something. This app not a scam it’s just a hassle to make money to support yourself and family. I don’t like the photos because of not knowing if whoever is using the photos for other stuff without your consent(baby photos should be taken off because a lot of people are thinking negatively but can’t blame them because a lot of that is caused by things that happens in real). As for the social security number thing I’m not sure of because I haven’t been asked that but common sense is to not share anything personal 🤷🏽‍♀️but the form you have to do for payout you do have to put your ssn on

Developer Response ,

Hi, Thanks a lot for your feedback. Of course, we want our Clickworkers to stay safe and healthy first. We recommend to only take part in mystery shopping projects, if it is consistent with the current situation in your city/state and most importantly your own health status. Please also note that the amount of available projects changes regularly and depends on many factors, such as language skills, assessment scores, location etc. We recommend to check the clickworker app and the browser version regularly, as they sometimes offer different kinds of jobs. We also understand your concerns regarding the photo project, but explicitly explain the purpose of the project in the job itself. You can always cancel a job and leave it, if you do not want to participate. And finally, we only ask for your social security number in order to create a W-9 form for you, if you earn more than $600 at clickworker in a year. Of course, we treat all your data strictly confidential!

App Privacy

The developer, Clickworker, 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 Not Linked to You

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

  • Identifiers
  • Diagnostics

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

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