Sweatcoin - Sweat for Coin

Sweatco Ltd

Health & Fitness Finance
This version of the app is not recommended   
Current Version (1277)
All time (10209)
App last updated Feb 01, 2018
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New in version 3.2

Hello there, dear attentive Sweatcoiner!
Whats new this week, you ask?
You (all together) converted half a TRILLION steps by now! It is like passing our second AUstone - MILEstone, but instead of a “mile” its AU (Astronomical Unit = 93 million miles or 150 million kilometres = distance from our planet to the Sun). Pretty cool, huh?

Oh, yes, and then there is this new version bringing you:
1. Those who are keen to jump off our mission to make the world more active, please visit our Settings -> Support and select “Delete account” to get the process going. But don't forget to do something useful with your balance before doing it!
2. Info screen is even more helpful in submitting your steps data for analysis.
3. Countless bugs and fixes that will prevent crashes, improve battery performance and (probably) improve your conversion ratio.

Let's sweat some coin!!!
Your Sweatcoin team

Description

The AppStore №1 and top-rated for your Apple Watch, Sweatcoin app converts your outdoor steps into gadgets, sports and fitness kit, services and experiences.
5 Stars ► “Such a great concept and executed excellently. Gets me walking and rewards me for it too!” by Woo123789

“Basically pays you to move and exercise, and it costs nothing to use.”
- Men’s Journal

“The easiest way to make some side cash by doing what you already do naturally — walking.”
- TheNextWeb

“New UK health app Sweatcoin launched in the Apple app store this week and has been an instant hit.”
- Forbes

“New Apple app launches in Britain that pays people to get fit”
- Reuters

“The app that PAYS you to get fit: Sweatcoin rewards people for the number of steps they make every day”
- Daily Mail

“If ever you’ve needed an incentive to exercise, a new app could give you a much-needed boost to get active.”
- Telegraph

Sweatcoin converts your steps into currency units called, as you might have guessed it, sweatcoins. You can then spend them on goods, services and experiences on our market place with our partners or exchange them with your friends and family for whatever you fancy. The fitter and healthier you become the wealthier you get. Movement has value!

And remember that continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. Sweatcoin uses your HealthKit step history data to continuously improve our algorithms and provide you with better offers at the right time.

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FaiFers:^] on 2/19/2018
Can you please make this compatible with iPhone 5c. You can with iPad but not a iPhone 5c? That's ridiculous.
hard to earn money
Jenniferj3737 on 2/19/2018
its honestly kinda hard like fr
Needs Work
shibby libby on 2/19/2018
I like this app because, as a waitress, I do a lot of walking inside and out. This app does work, and yes it does take a while to get points, but why not do it when it’s free money? Especially if it’s something you already do. My only complaint is that a larger selection and a variety of prizes would be better. Maybe team up with stash and one of the rewards could be money to invest with stash? Or small money amounts/ gift cards? It definitely has potential to be great, but it has a little ways to go to achieve it
Redeeming
cynn5c on 2/19/2018
This app is a great idea and i was all for it until i tried to redeem a $10 gift card for the 10 sweatcoins I had earned. The gift card code came up and a link to the website appeared. The website wouldn’t load inside of the app so I tried to refresh the page only to see that the app now says I used my code and for the link to now give me an error message. I don’t know why it won’t let me use the code when I haven’t used it before or why the link never takes me to an actual page now.
Maxes out at 5 coins a day
Velhetica on 2/19/2018
So....the entire concept is completely moot unless you pay for an account. So the idea of turning your steps into currency doesn’t quite work.
Needs improvement!!!!!
Michelberger on 2/19/2018
I can’t claim daily bonus anymore and even though I leave the app running all day I still don’t generate anything. 4000 steps and I generated 0.09 coins.
Diminishing returns
Joe Sottile on 2/19/2018
At first, the app “saw” about 100% of my actual outdoor steps, “converted” about 80% of those to sweatcoin steps, took their 5% commission from that, and gave me fairly decent credit. Just as the free demo period started to approach the end, it began “seeing” fewer steps, and “converting” at the advertised 60% rate — and barely that. So, for the first several weeks, I could walk 25600 of my usual daily 30000+ steps and hit the 20.00 sweatcoin maximum for the level I chose. Now, the same effort leaves me WELL SHORT of the daily maximum. I’m pretty disappointed that the app shorts my actual steps — my Fitbit knows how many steps I take, and is about 100% accurate, in that regard. I follow the sweatcoin recommendations about turning off WiFi and not repeating movements in small areas, but the app just seems to have developed Alzheimer’s. I’m probably going to drop to the 15.00 sweatcoin level, for a month more, but if the trend of shortchanging me at an increasing rate continues, I will probably abandon it altogether. I have actually had to increase my already-high level of outdoor activity just to retain the level of sweatcoin earnings. I’m sure you can argue that this is a good thing, but it’s also starting to be too much. Good luck selling this concept. The diminishing returns feels like punishment, for no good reason.
Worst app ever I’m deleting
a noraml girl♥️♥️ on 2/19/2018
When I got this app and my sister told me about it I was soooo happy li can by cases and slime and books and other stuff but you can’t even search like I don’t want a o amazon card I don’t want a that just because the people who made it likes it doesn’t mean we like it
Great concept, but nothing to work towards.
Jacksonion1324 on 2/19/2018
The app is a great concept. It tracks steps, and looks nice. It is also perfect for people who love to walk 100,000 steps to get a coupon for $10 off a purchase of over $100 from a company you’ve never heard of. The rewards offered are so bad, and I’m not sure who would actually want them. They used to offer good rewards, but I imagine they sold out to become a glorified advertisement for startup companies. There are physical rewards offered at a ridiculous price, but it would take years upon years to get even close to buying one. If you haven’t gotten the app yet, don’t bother.
“Well, if you have friends you can pool your resources and buy expensive items together.”
Bigmac1499 on 2/19/2018
Comment by someone lower down who doesn’t understand the 21st Century. I would like to know who you plan on sharing an iPhone X? And you’d need to “pool your resources” with multiple friends. With 2 friends I’d take a little over 5 years, 3 friends, 3.6 years, 4 friends, 2.75 years, 5 friends, 2.2 years. I’m not sure about you but I’m not going to walk everyday to earn the maximum $5 for 2.2 years to share and iPhone X with 5 people. How would that even work? Do you rotate weeks? It’d be a lot easier to get a job and buy your own iPhone X. Besides, who has 5 friends who’d stay with them for 2.2 years when you walk for a pointless task that isn’t even worth it? Please think about what you post before recommending sharing an iPhone X with multiple people.
Rip Off!
Chontate on 2/19/2018
I ordered my sweat vest from So Sweaty on 1/25/18 and have yet to receive it! I have sent multiple emails and screenshots of my purchase and they keep responding with the same email which lets you know it’s a robot system. I am requesting a full refund for my purchase. Be careful when ordering one of their offers!!
Not working
Bob the dinasour on 2/19/2018
So I just got this app and when I sign up it is not sending me an sms message I have tried 5 times and it is still not working
stupid
Becca Effin Mitchel on 2/18/2018
i have tried multiple times to create an account and every time this all wouldn’t send me a confirmation code. i have tried multiple times and this Continuously keeps happening. Hopefully in the apps next couple of updates it will fix. I’m very annoyed because I have heard great things about this app.
Has real potential
AStaffHospRN on 2/18/2018
My friends walk 10,000 steps a day and will benefit better from this. Really needs higher points for steps and other motivational perks. But, again. It’s free and no trouble, so why not give it a try? The more users, the better they will be able to promote it and improve it and it’s rewards. So, try it, if you hate it, delete it, but don’t complain and ruin it for the rest of us.
Doesn’t work
Hyung Gu on 2/18/2018
Not only it takes you 11 years to get anything worthy of money, the “co-payment” coupons don’t work. I bought sips by coupon and followed the instruction, it didn’t even have a box where I enter my coupon code so I paid the full price. Trash.
I like the app, but!!
Bpatten9 on 2/18/2018
I like the app, but it would be much easier for IOS devices if it just added it to Apple Pay cards in wallet!! If you agree right a review saying this so on the next update they will change this so it is much easier in our everyday life!!🙂🙂 Have a great day!!
Do not waste your time
ToasterBuds on 2/18/2018
This app is a waste of time. It would take years to get any item on the shop with a free account. I would get a job than waste my time all day using this app for just a 59 dollar gift card.
A Great Motivator
ItalianBomb on 2/18/2018
Personally, I LOVE this app! It has motivated me to get out of the house and do some exercises. I am in high school and in school alone I normally walk about 5,000 steps per day that’s during gym class and other outside activities. I have started walking up to 10,000 steps because this app made me realize that I am a better person when I’m not in the house all day. I feel great people tell me I look like I’m having a good day, I’m being positive, and just very happy and it’s all because of this app! I have told EVERYONE I know about this app because it is such a motivator.
Conversion ratio is awful, prizes too skimpy
613Nerd on 2/18/2018
Don’t get me wrong, I love this idea. It’s an incentive for people to exercise more (even if the rewards are minimal) and the app makes money from advertising. Win win. The problem is that the steps do not convert well. I’ve had active days where my phone gets 9000 steps and i come out with 2 sweatcoins. The 65% ratio is a lie. At best i get 50% and often (when im legitimately walking around) I get nothing. The ratio for me has been floating around 25%. The algorithm needs to be less harsh and should automatically be raised the % earned by 35%. After all you guys agree that it only catches 65% of actual steps outside! Second, the iPhone is a joke, even the $50 amazon gift cards would take 2 years to earn making 5sc/day! You can forget the iPhone, it would take 11.11 years to earn (keep in mind that only 25% actually converts so 5sc = 20,000, which is achievable on a very active day.) The 20sc/day, however, is ridiculous. At the actual conversion ratio of 25%, you’d need to walk 80,000 steps a day to hit 20sc. If all you did during your waking hours (16 hours) is walk nonstop, you’d have to walk 83 steps EVERY minute of the day — FOR THREE YEARS. This is beyond stupid and needs to change if you want people to use your app. The prizes should be at 10 sweatcoins = $1 and prizes should range from 50-1000 sweatcoins, no more. Forget the iphone even at 10000sc. Even at 10sc=$1 and a fixed algorith, it would take 1.5 years at 20sc/day. Just scrap it.
Sweat Coin
sweatcoin56 on 2/18/2018
I love this app it’s the best it encourage you to walk.If you walk you get money Love it💖💖
Great idea, but a bit disappointing
K.Ags1234 on 2/18/2018
Not going to knock the idea of free money for steps. It’s just a bit frustrating when I’m logging 13,000 steps on a 10k run, verified through 2 fitness apps, and SweatCoin only certifies 2000 of them. Ran a half marathon 2 weeks ago and the app only logged about 1500 of the steps. So there definitely needs to be some sort of improvement made on the algorithm, or some software update to link with a GPS/Running app. At this point, I’d be happy with 65% of my steps verified, as I’m currently sitting at an average of about 20% verified per day.
fix yourself.
Mimiawesome2214 on 2/18/2018
before the app updated, i loved it, it did what it said but, i deleted it after the update because it was glitching, and attempted to redownload it immediately after deletion, but whenever i try to verify my account with my phone number it says the code is incorrect. obviously it’s not incorrect if i copied and pasted it into the box it’s supposed to be in. please fix this so i can use the app again. it’s been over a month.
Useless
Crave_and_explore on 2/17/2018
Sure the app sounds great an all knowing you’re making cash for walking, but how much? You earn very little for the amount of steps and the things you can buy are around 3,500 or so! That’s an insane amount for just a few cents a day. And you clearly have to be outside, for me as a student (who has to be in the building the whole day) won’t get any credit for the insane amounts of steps I take every day, so as the title says, it’s useless. I just deleted the app
Good idea by needs a lot of work
Doowhit on 2/17/2018
The idea is good but in reality I don’t carry my phone every time I walk. The count isn’t accurate and it costs quite a bit of money if you want to upgrade your account to give you more steps.
tf
Bossbossboo on 2/17/2018
I climbed up and down 2 mountains...literally...and I only have a few coins
Garbage
Amydiane on 2/17/2018
Customer service is also worthless.
Got me moving!!
HOrloff on 2/17/2018
Don’t be short-sighted... If the company successfully converts sweatcoin on to blockchain and it becomes a traded cybercurrency.. you’re gonna be bummed you didn’t use it. Worst case.. incentive to walk or jog more In my book that’s a WIN WIN! Read more if my thoughts about this awesome app at rupee.us
Would be nice to get credit for all steps
happyappy95 on 2/17/2018
I work indoors & make a point to get up from my desk every hour. There are days that I don’t get to go out to walk... Nice idea, but some people ideally can’t get outside and walk.
It’s a scam
King_cody_ on 2/17/2018
I’m giving this app 0 stars. I traded in my points for cash and they never sent my cash. I promoted this app hard cause you receive $5 per referral. I had hundreds of people to sign up and I never received my money. This app is just another scam
Not accurate description
EddieUon on 2/17/2018
I had my app open and I walked 2000 steps and it gave me only 1 sweatcoin. I do understand the small percentage minus fee thing.
Lies
iryonna on 2/17/2018
If looking for your steps to converge into money it will not happen !!!! The only option is to get something off their market place . Which is very limited .
Stupid
Zoey666 on 2/17/2018
Doesn't work on iPod "This app isn't comparable with this iPod 👎👎👎👎😤😤😠🙄"
Horrible
Loveyy12 on 2/17/2018
When I first bought an item from here the seller doesn’t even contact me back about order it’s been 3 weeks no shipping tracking info. Dumb app not worth getting. You can only use the only for stuff they sell on the app.
So irritating
janciz on 2/17/2018
My money goes up and down. I alwayyyysssss have to have the app open for it to count my steps and when I buy something it’s not free like they claim it is, it just gives me a like 20%-40% off some wack item.
I thought this would be a good app
LeonTheGoner on 2/16/2018
It kept saying that I didn’t walk at all and didn’t give me any coins for the day. It wouldn’t let me have any money except for the daily bonus’
Useless, worthless, cheater
ssohin94 on 2/16/2018
I’ve been using it since May 2017, and they’ve been changing the algorithm so I earn lesser every time. The goal is to take 10k steps a day, and I make those steps most days. The system always keeps on changing, and they’re now blaming it to your gps and your battery and what not to not pay you. This is the most deceitful app I’ve installed on my phone. I’m done with your bs. You don’t even deserve that 1 Star.
Yassss
Lol7339 on 2/16/2018
Really great app love the prizez 🤑
Not so accurate
Nahancncnd on 2/16/2018
I ONLY GET 4% COMPARED TO THE 60% THAT THEY ADVERTISE
Question
grant12365 on 2/16/2018
How do you purchase the things that you sell?
Great app.
Jingles16 on 2/16/2018
Great app for getting your steps in if you don’t workout much. I just downloaded it a couple of days/weeks ago because a friend of mine sent me the link. I love the app but now I’ve been having a problem with it converting steps into sweatcoins! I’m giving the app a rating of 5 out of 5, but technically it really should be more like a 3.5-4.5 rating because it’s not doing it conversions of steps to sweatcoins!
Response to everyone sayin stop complaining.
Me dx on 2/16/2018
Ok I’m not expecting a lot I jus want this to give me my jus due. I really walk a lot I work and play outside. But it just doesn’t give me a fair exchange. I get it it’s supposed to motivate you well I am but why can’t it convert my steps correctly. Need to readjust that algorithm crap because it’s screwing us. With 20,000 steps a day. Really IM NOT FAKING I should be able to get my $5 a day limit but no dice 2$ is what I end up with. It can be better is all I’m sayin!
Wow
Trw1980 on 2/16/2018
This app is a great idea but you don’t earn enough for killing your battery
The fairest review ....
Philliboy20011 on 2/16/2018
Why two stars ? The reason is while the idea is cool and I agree that you should der have to work for it ... it seems to me that when you first start they show you items you cannot get cause you’re like a poor boy looking into the window of Toys R Us. What I mean is that they show you items in the beginning worth a certain amount t that you don’t have yet .... which is not much but unless you walk literally everywhere you go and get the highest counter you can you ain’t getting that item . So like you have 75 they show you stuff for 100 when you get to 100. They only showing you stuff for 5 and 10 and the items themselves are not really all that. One other was a gift basket with not so healthy food in it like Welches gummy candy .... nah I’m good.. all the stuff I wanted like these cool flat sneakers are not showing up. Someone above said FREE stuff and this is my biggest issue. There some stufff very cool like bracelets but EVERY item I see now the sweatcoins only pay for a portion of the item and you still have to fork over dollars. If the items were actually cool stuff yeah maybe but who really wants to pay for a food weigher? Lol! jogging music ? Snack box..... ehhh.. 98% if the offers are lame and you can tell which ones people wait for cause when it’s like sunglasses or sneakers... which pops up ever so often - they gone in like a day or you see “ only one left”. Everyone else is just waiting to see when they gonna put something out there worth getting that you still have to partially pay for anyway....concept was good but meh....
They will lie too you and won’t give your coins.
37535773290 on 2/16/2018
Can you guys send me an actual person instead of a bot that ignores me??? I just walked 1500 steps and only collected 311 of them from yesterday!!! This happens to me almost every day!! This is stealing. This should be fraud. 1000 steps = 1 coin, yea right more like 1000-2500 steps. I would say you guys owe me at least 7 coins. I play Pokémon go, I understand how the gps works. This is not my gps giving me issues. I see a flaw in your programming too. I’ll be taking more pictures as proof that you are not giving me the coins I mined for while walking.
Trash
rxbio on 2/16/2018
It would take way too long to make even 50 dollars with how much a sweat coin is worth compared to the cent
Underdeveloped maybe?
Bartumus on 2/15/2018
I walked a junior pheasant hunt with my pup from 7am - 2pm. Easily 10k+ “outdoor” steps and this app had me at under 2k “outdoor” steps. Problem is I was well outside. In 0 vicinity of a building. I mean we were hunting so it had to be at minimum 150yds from any giving house, structure or trail. Felt cheated. As well as all the other times I walked my dog around the entire neighborhood. Which I do twice a day everyday. I measured it and it’s 1.5 miles. I get less than 500 steps for walking over 1.5miles.
Much needed improvement
Progamer2019 on 2/15/2018
I had well over 17 thousand steps according to the app but it only counted 1.2 thousand steps towards my sweat coins. I looked into the FAQ’s and what I found was something to prevent cheating. I work in a very small kitchen but I walk a ton and figured this would be helpful but it is so little that it counted about 1400% less than I actually towards the coins did even though it is so post to count 95% of your steps towards the coins. If you work in a small area that’s indoors I highly doubt that it’s worth it unless they fix this sooner rather than later.
Really liked it. Until....
vgigjgubj on 2/15/2018
I really wanted to love this app. It does convert sweat coins, but I always get these moments when it says “I have bin shut down. From what I have read, it said that to “shut down” the app, you would need to force quit, aka, swipe up. And even if I don’t force quit the app, it says that I did, and then I lose steps. Yesterday, I had over 6000 steps and I only earned 1.17 sweat coins. From what I have read, you are supposed to earn .95 sweat coins for every 1000 steps. I hope this gets fixed.
Gay
👲lama sama yo mama on 2/15/2018
The app literally says that I have 6000 steps and that 1000 steps=1 sweatcoin but I have 0 sweat coins 8,000 verified steps = 0 sweat coins??? I’m about to delete this app
Best
Hdjsushshshwh on 2/15/2018
Thing ever
Fact Sheet
  • Publisher: Sweatco Ltd
  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Released: Sep 01, 2016
  • Current Version Released: Feb 01, 2018
  • Version: 3.2
  • Size: 104.2 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • Recommended Age: 4+
  • Game Center Certified: No
  • Supported Languages: English;