Advances in smartphone technology have truly enabled us to make money online anytime and anywhere.  The Android operating system is constantly growing in popularity and usage, which spurs the development of high quality applications available for Android devices.

Here is a list of 10+ Android apps that will allow you to make money online and on the go. With these apps you can easily blog, receive and make payments, research your competition, check positions on Google, monitor Adsense performance, manage social accounts, and much more.

1. WordPress

If you are already making money online or aiming to, there is a great chance that you run a blog and run it on the WordPress platform.  With the WordPress app for Android, now you can truly write posts on the go. Although your mobile phone may not seem like the best device for writing a full post, the app is great because it enables you to approve and reply to comments, or simply edit posts by guest bloggers. Another benefit is that you can quickly jot down the idea for a post that suddenly struck you as you were waiting in line to grab a coffee.


2. AndFTP

If you blog for money or manage multiple sites, you probably have a solid FTP server. To access it from your phone, you will need an FTP client. AndFTP is a simple and yet functional FTP client which enables you to upload and download files to and from your server from anywhere.


This app enables you to track the position of your website in Google search result pages. You can track multiple websites and keywords.

4. Disqus

An app for Android that allows you to moderate and respond to blog comments on the fly. Disqus is probably the best known and most used comment platform that helps bloggers and community managers around the world to engage and interact with their websites’ audiences.  Online business has long gone social and with this app you can manage your communities everywhere and at any time.

5. WebRank SEO

Here we have a website analysis tool. This app is great for competitor analysis. Install it on your phone to stay informed and analyze your online competition at all times.  The world of online business is very competitive today and accurate and timely information about your competitors is a must if you want to stay ahead of them.

6. AdSense Dashboard

This one is a read-only dashboard view of your Adsense account. It is great for anyone who wants to monitor their key Adsense performance metrics, such as: CPM, CTR, page views, clicks, and estimated revenue.

7. PayPal

The PayPal Android app lets you manage your account from your smartphone. You can send money, check your balance, view past transactions, and much more on the road. Most importantly, the PayPal mobile app is completely secure and easy to use.

8. mAnalytics

A program to view your website Google Analytics stats on your android device.  Its key features include secure login using android account manager, a stats chart, multiple accounts made viewable at once, and profile support. Furthermore, it is intuitive and simple to use.

9. Hootsuite

One of the most powerful social media management tools out there. It allows you to manage multiple Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin and Foursquare accounts from one place. With Hootsuite for Android you can schedule and send Twitter updates from everywhere, engage with Facebook friends, view Linkedin connections, check in on Foursquare, receive notifications, upload photos, view stats and more.  However, if you prefer its alternative TweetDeck, there is TweetDeck for Android as well.

10. Dropbox

This Android app lets you bring your important documents, videos and photos with you. Documents are very important for every business and this app recognizes this fact and gives you nonstop access to everything you need to run your business from outside of the office.

Have you tried any of these apps? Or you use some other Android applications for your online business? If so, share some tips in the comments and empower others with your experiences!

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Cindy Pearson is a blogger at the PDF Converter blog. She loves all things Internet and technology-related and enjoys sharing handy tips and tricks with other Internet enthusiasts.