Google’s most recent application pays you to talk on your phone

Google is no stranger to exploring different avenues regarding weird new applications, however its most recent one presents a couple of more impetuses than expected. Right now in Early Access on the Play Store, Task Mate promises to reward clients for finishing straightforward assignments — and those rewards come as money.

In view of the Play Store listing screenshots, these errands can incorporate essential things like photographing a storefront or recording yourself saying phrases like “how do I get to the nearest railroad station?” While Google demands huge numbers of the tasks to develop more information for itself, it would seem that different substances are allowed to demand assignments too on the off chance that they’re needing publicly supported data.

As indicated by the application’s help page, undertakings are alloted dependent on client execution, with high accentuation on exactness. Your undertaking results are checked against other people who finished a similar task, and the requester can play out a “spot check” of your work.

Much like with Google Opinion Rewards, you won’t be able to quit your day job with the pay Google offers. At any rate Task Mate appears to pay in genuine money however, instead of simple Play Store credit.

At least $10 is needed to money out, which could take some time contingent upon the number of and what sort of tasks you’re alloted.

The application listing is live on the Play Store now, in spite of the fact that it’s restricted to specific districts like India and Kenya right now.

On the off chance that all works out in a good way during the testing stage, Google could turn out Task Mate to different territories. Since the Screenwise program is dead, this would be an extraordinary better approach to create more information for Google and more pocket change for interested clients.

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