Soon, Google gives users money to perform simple tasks on their smartphones


Possess Google Many bonus programs for smartphone users to try their apps and services, for example, award the Google app Pay India has cash and other bonuses for making transactions on the app, and there is also the Google app Opinion Rewards Which users earn credits on Google Play PlayNow, it appears that Google is testing an app that will make users money by doing “simple” tasks.

According to a report by 9to5Google, the app named Task Mate Early access restricted and is being tested with a small number of select users, the report cites a post on Reddit It is reported that these “tasks” are considered simple by Google and linked to “companies around the world.”

Tasks could include going to a site and taking pictures of a store, or recording spoken sentences and even writing sentences. The tasks were classified, according to the report, into two categories – sitting tasks and field tasks.

The report says that tasks could include taking “a photo of a nearby restaurant, answering survey questions about your preferences, or helping translate sentences from English into your local language.”

According to the report, the Task Mate People find nearby tasks, and then when the task is completed, users can earn money. While the amount of money that can be earned is not specified, users will have to register an e-wallet account or “withdraw money” through a payment partner.

It is not clear when and how the application will be released to users, and since it is in the early access stage, it is not even possible to confirm whether the application will see a full launch or will be canceled only in the testing phase.


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