About Task Mate App
Task Mate (beta) is limited to selected testers at the moment. Please only download this app if you have a referral code as we are unable to extend further invites at this time.
- Find tasks nearby
- Complete a task to begin earning
- Cash out your earnings
Task Mate is a beta app made by Google that provides access to a variety of simple tasks, posted by businesses around the world. For example, take a photo of a nearby restaurant, answer survey questions about your preferences, or help translate sentences from English to your local language.
You can participate in tasks that you are interested in, or choose to skip tasks. Tasks can be completed any time, from anywhere.
You will be paid in local currency for the tasks that you complete accurately and you will need an account with a third party payments processor. When you’re ready to cash out, simply register your e-wallet or account with our payment partner in our app, then visit your profile page and hit the “cash out” button. You can then withdraw your earnings in your local currency. You can download it here.
Google is now trialing “Task Mate” in India to “earn money doing simple tasks on your smartphone.”
In “early access,” Task Mate is currently “limited to selected testers” through a referral code system. At a high-level, the app (via Reddit) lets you “find tasks nearby,” “complete a task to begin earning,” and then “cash out your earnings.” The latter is done by registering an e-wallet account or with the in-app payment partner.
The tasks themselves are considered “simple” by Google and originate from “businesses around the world.” They are categorized as “Sitting” or “Field Tasks,” with the latter noting how many minutes you have to walk.
That said, Google can directly ask for a task. In the case of “Go[ing] to location shown in pin and take a photo of the shopfront once you’re there,” Google will use this data to “help improve mapping services and bring businesses in your local area online.” Other examples include:
- Record spoken sentences
- Transcribe sentences
- Check shop details
It’s unclear how businesses make requests to Google for crowdsourced tasks, or whether they have to pay for them.
For example, take a photo of a nearby restaurant, answer survey questions about your preferences, or help translate sentences from English to your local language.
The international Opinion Rewards app is primarily focused on answering questions, while taking photos is limited to receipts. The Task Mate examples have some crossover with Google’s other Crowdsource service that has tasks more intensive in nature, and is currently free. ( according to 9to5Google )
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