Foap App Pays Users to Take Photos With Android Phones

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  • 25 Sep 2013
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  • There’s an app out there called Foap that pays you to take photos. That’s right, you get paid for the royalty free stock photos you provide and sometimes there are special campaigns with a lot of money involved.

    The app has come to Android over the past week and it also allows you to purchase stock photos and sell your pics. All you need to do is log into your Facebook account or create an account with your email address and then upload your cellphone shots to the market. Pics are reviewed and if approved they will go on sale. For each $10 the licensed photo makes you get $5.

    The really interesting part is that the likes of Sony, Puma and Axe are offering hundreds or even thousands of dollars in photo missions, in certain locations and specific picture subjects. Does this sound like a good way to make a buck of what? You can download the app from here.

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