Top 5 Money Making Apps in Kenya

Money Making Apps Kenya

Are you looking for a simple way to make money using your smartphone? In this guide, we will list the best money making apps in Kenya.

Best Money Making Apps


Jiji is an online marketplace where you can buy and sell a variety of products and services. The term ‘Jiji’ is a Swahili term referring to a town, which is perhaps the biggest indicator of its strong presence in Kenya. The Jiji app is available for Android and iOS users. Interestingly, unlike its predecessor OLX, the app has an innovative system in place to weed out bad actors.

To sell items on the Jiji app, you have to register and input your email and phone number. Proceed to upload photos of the item you want to sell in the proper category and write a complete description of the product. Thereafter, input a fair price, choose the attributes, and send your advert for review. If your advert meets all the platform requirements it will be approved within a few hours and go live.


Risiti is an app that rewards users for sending photos of their shopping receipts. The Kenyan-based platform allows you to turn your shopping receipts into rewards in the form of digital vouchers, purchase discounts or exchange your Risiti coins into gift cards or cash. Risiti partners with different brands to offer exclusive deals on products at your favorite retail stores. You can access the Risiti app on Google Playstore and Apple Store.


Amitruck is a logistics app that allows you to hire out your vehicle to other parties for the purposes of transporting cargo and other items. This way you can reduce your vehicle idle time and empty run and access to quality clients. Regardless if you own a truck, van, fleet, or Boda the app gives you access to thousands of delivery assignments monthly.

To get started you must first download the driver app on Google Playstore. Register on the app and you will soon receive daily notifications for numerous jobs. Once you find a job that fits your requirements you will have to submit a bid and name your asking price. If a customer accepts your bid you will proceed to pick up and deliver the cargo to their specified location. As soon as the delivery is confirmed you will receive your payment.


Jumia is Kenya’s leading online B2C eCommerce platform for electronics, fashion, home products, and many more. You can become a vendor on the platform as long as you have a physical location and offer genuine and new products.

To get started as a seller on the platform you will have to register on the seller’s page. You will provide personal and business information, bank details, and many more. Once the details have been verified your products will be listed on the platform and be accessed by the over 4 million customers in Kenya. You can access the Jumia app on Google Playstore and Apple Store.


Geopoll is a survey app that allows you to complete simple tasks and surveys that are used to assist large organizations in decision-making. Using this app, you can share your opinion in surveys online and get paid for your time and participation.

You can use the app to earn credits that can be redeemed for airtime, mobile money, PayPal, or Global rewards.

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