Teach ESL over the smartphone have given rise to a new way of teaching. While most of these companies do not pay that well, they do not require you to do much at all. Some of these allow you to teach from the app while others require you to teach from your computer. We grouped these together based on the experience of the student being able to be taught through an app. One the full profile for each of these that type of information will be displayed.
The list below is sorted by the highest to lowest rated. Click on the image of the school to read the full review, find out where to apply, and read the requirements. You can use the filters and search function as well to help narrow down your choice.
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Review: Palfish has their own interactive app to teach a wide variety of subjects from phonics to TOEFL, to IELTS. It is recommended that you have a TEFL certification or an equivalent. You as a... Read More
Review: Cambly delivers an on-demand system for students to speak with native English speakers whenever they want. This is a great place to rack up hours and talk with many students. There are mixed... Read More
Review: SnapLingo has an app that you teach from. The app works on your smartphone or tablet. Their main focus is on connecting kids from China with kids in the US. Beyond the language exchange,... Read More
Review: Tutoring 360 is similar to Cambly, but is focused on students from Korea. By the way, they have changed their website a few times. The current one is Tutoringgo.com. Just in case you are a... Read More
Review: Tutoring (former Tutoring Lab) is the same as TutoringGo.com. They maintain similar websites. This is a newer company that is similar to Cambly, but is focused on students from Korea. You... Read More
Review: The Talk List is another android app where you create a profile and then teach when you're available. Like most of these other apps, you can be a native or non-native teacher, there is no... Read More
Review: 247MyTutor is a newer company out of Korea that has their own app. They focus on language exchange teaching and sharing cultures in diverse activities such as chats, audio calls, videos, and... Read More
Review: Skooli has tutors for multiple subjects, but the only language they teach is English. They pay a flat rate of $25 per hour and you can get paid out every time that you reach $100. They have... Read More
Review: Boxfish is a Chinese company that has an app for teaching ESL online. Working for Boxfish requires that you teach from either a smartphone or tablet. You cannot teach on Boxfish from your... Read More
Review: Jiliguala Education is fairly new and uses an app to teach 4-5 year old Chinese kids. The lessons are 25 minutes each with a focus on guided reviews of vocabulary, sentences, songs, and... Read More