Although they have not become popular, at least in Spain, in recent years we have seen how some applications choose to pay users to perform certain tasks. The most famous app of its kind is possibly Google Rewards, which pays us to answer surveys. Of course, that money is only valid for the Google Play Store.
Now the company goes a step further with the application Task Mate which he has started using in India.
Money for tasks inside and outside the home
This application maintains the essence of paying for small actions but does so in a more general way. Although there are surveys that we can fill out, there are also specific tasks that appear as objectives and that we can complete.
When we do so, they enter the review mode and once it is verified that they have been executed, we are paid the amount previously marked, which is added to our account in the app.
Tasks aren’t just from Google
The biggest difference with Google Rewards is that these tasks can be created by companies, which offer a reward to the user who performs them. An example can be filling out a survey, but also taking a photo of a specific place, reading a phrase for recording or different ones.
In the profile that each user has in the application, we can see the completed responses, the pending review tasks, etc.
We don’t know if Google is going to take this app out of its beta phase, which is where it is now, and if it will take it to more countries besides India.
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