Locket Android app pays you each time you unlock your phone
What if somebody pays you a couple of bucks by simply unlocking your phone's screen. Are you up for it? Believe it or not, Locket wants to pay you one cent each time you unlock your phone. It's pretty easy, unlock your phone a hundred times a day and expect Locket to pay your more as well.
So, how does it work? Well, the first step is to download the app on the Google Play Store and to install it. When you open your phone, you'll see an add. Just swipe left to view the add or swipe right to open up your phone. And that's it, Locket will pay you a cent for the deed.
Locket co-founder, Yunha Kim, says that advertisers are limited in number for now. But Kim expects to offerads from more than ten advertisers in a few months time. The main goal, Kim says, will be to push over $10 CPM. If you're in the U.S., you can try out the beta version of the app here.
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