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Google testing its task-for-money app Task Mate in India: Reports


Team Udayavani, Nov 23, 2020, 5:12 PM IST

Google has started testing Task Mate in India, an app that lets users to fulfil tasks laid out by Google or any of its affiliate businesses and earn money for it.

The app is currently available by invitation only. The tasks on the app are simple, such as ‘check shop details’ and users can cash out upon completion.

According to Business Standard, The ‘Task Mate’ 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.When that is done, users can earn the money by hitting the “Cash Out” button. The tasks are “simple” and are categorised as “Sitting” or “Field”.

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