After Google Opinion Rewards comes Task Mate, a new Google app with which you can make money, albeit in a slightly different way: it’s not based on polls, but on accomplish all kinds of tasks with your mobile.
Google has already listed the app on Google Play in India, where it is active for a limited number of beta testers and requires a code to start using it, although the screenshots and description give us an idea. of its operation: perform tasks and receive money on your account
Do simple tasks and get money back
Google is no stranger to crowdsourcing, and many of its products are enriched by data received by users, either passively or through questionnaires and special sections in apps like Google Photos. Task Mate is a little different, and that is tasks are created by companies, which – we assume – pays Google and Google in turn pays users who complete them.
In a way, Task Mate is the same idea as Google Opinion Rewards, but without just focusing on opinions. There are surveys, yes, but there are also other tasks that involve you doing something either sit comfortably at home or on the go.
In the details of Google Play, we can see examples of some tasks performed at home, such as dictating sentences, transcribing sentences, translating sentences or checking store data or answering a survey, as well as tasks “on the ground” of go to a specific location and take pictures of the store windows
In Task Mate, you will be able to choose the tasks that interest you and accumulate the reward for each task in your account, once the system marks them as completed and approved. When you want to receive the money, you can withdraw it to an account
Transcribing 10 sentences for 0.40 $ or recording 10 sentences for 0.17 $ are some examples
At the moment, Task Mate is a beta limited to a few users, therefore, we were unable to verify the number of tasks or the rewards paid to them. In the example screenshots, it is suggested that getting rich will be complicated: transcribing 10 sentences is rewarded with half a dollar (0.42 dollars) and going to take pictures of shop windows for 0.25 dollars (0, 21 dollars), with a 5 minute walk.
Via | 9to5Google