App Lets Users Sell iPhone Pics As Stock Images

App Lets Users Sell iPhone Pics As Stock Images
technology

Swedish startup Foap is attempting to disrupt the generic photography market by crowd-sourcing pictures normally taken by professionals.

Nestor Bailly, PSFK
  • 28 june 2012

 

If you’re like many iPhone users you have tons of photos sitting on your phone, and some might actually be really good. But good enough for someone to pay $10 for? Find out with Foap, a new app from Sweden that offers a platform for the average iPhone photographer to monetize their snapshots. Users upload raw photos (no Instagram), tag them (the more the better), and wait for approval. If approved, the photos go on the Foap Market for $10 each, with $5 going to the developers and $5 going to the user.

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