Earn Extra Cash By Completing Tasks On Your Phones With This New App From Google

Aadhya Khatri - Nov 24, 2020


Earn Extra Cash By Completing Tasks On Your Phones With This New App From Google

Google recently launched a new app called Task Mate that lets users make some extra money by doing tasks on their phones

Google recently launched a new app called Task Mate that lets users make some extra money by doing tasks on their phones. According to 9to5Google, the app is now available in India and Kenya.

The app works similarly to Google Opinion Rewards, which awards users with Play Store credits when they do its surveys. However, users of Task Mate will receive real currency when they complete tasks for businesses.

Task Mate Google Play
The app works similarly to Google Opinion Rewards, which awards users with Play Store credits when they do its surveys

Most of the tasks on the app can be done at home with a smartphone while some others require a little bit more. For example, the list of tasks includes “transcribe sentences,” “record spoken sentences,” or “take photos of shopfronts.”

The reward is based on the difficulty of the tasks. When you record 10 sentences, you can expect to be paid $0.2 while the same number of transcribing tasks brings you $0.5.

When users are happy with their balance, they can feel free to cash out.

Task Mate puts a heavy emphasis on the quality of the tasks rather than quantity or speed so users are expected to try their best.

According to the support page of the app, tasks are given based on users’ performance, which is evaluated on a number of criteria, including users’ accuracy and whether they have violated its policies. New tasks will be given when users’ performance improves or the complete ones are reviewed. The page also warns that some tasks call for special skills.

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Task Mate is still at its Early Access on Google’s Play Store in Kenya and India

Task Mate is still at its Early Access on Google’s Play Store in Kenya and India. The only way you can join it, for now, is by invitation. Google hasn’t revealed its plan to make the app available in other markets just yet.

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