Foap, the royalty free stock photo market, has had an app available on iOS devices for a while, but on Wednesday, September 18th, the app finally made its way to Android. With Foap, you aren’t limited to purchasing stock photos, though — you can sell your own pictures as well. It’s as simple as logging in with your Facebook account or creating an account with your email address and then uploading your cell phone shots to the market. The photos are reviewed by the community, and if they are approved, they will officially go on sale. For each $10 unlimited license of the photo someone buys, you make $5. But that’s not the best part.
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There’s even more money to be made with huge brands such as Sony, Puma and Axe offering hundreds or even thousands of dollars in photo missions, which task amateur photographers with taking very specific photos that the brands will then buy. Foap is currently running an Android welcome mission, asking new users to photograph people greeting one another. So hug a friend and download Foap for free on the Google Play store.
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