Apptech makes money by typing
he so-called salty tech is introduced to us in a variety of ways. Earlier, I introduced you to the applications such as surveys, pedometers, and neglect. This time, I brought a money keyboard, an app that makes money from keyboards. It's a method of giving points to the number of times you tap the keyboard when you usually Kakao Talk a lot or write a document with a tablet. In this posting, I would like to introduce how to make money by typing on the money keyboard.
How to use
The rating is 4.5 and over 500,000 views. It seems to appear in various PPLs from time to time. Trust the number of views and reviews and download it. After installation, a window appears asking for your keyboard type as soon as you run it. I usually use QUARTY, so I set it as QUARTY, but I can check various types of keyboards. You can easily sign up even if you have only one of the three members of Kakao Talk, Google, and Facebook. If you enter a recommender when you sign up for a new subscription, you can earn 200 money.
I don't know why they made the tutorial. Of course, it's not a difficult interface, so if you press it, you can easily learn it, but it's a little disappointing because it feels like you're only explaining side dishes with the main menu. You can stack points while using the keyboard. Making money from a keyboard is relatively simple. Whether you're searching, kakaotalk, you just type. If you hit 250 strokes, 1 money is applied. I don't care much if I don't have friends and I don't have anything to talk to. Like the picture on the left above, it's because the number of strokes increases even if you just open the keyboard window and type randomly. Also, if you really don't need to use it, but you want to get points, you can use the "money-making hitter" in the app. Typing is not particularly fun, but the contents of the typing are funny, so you can type less boringly. Available for shopping items. Cashization is not possible. It's easy to understand if you think that the products you sell are 40% more expensive than the actual sales. Cashization is not possible, but you can use it online after exchanging Naver Pay, so I refer to it. I don't think it's a bad app if you type without thinking and use it in the evening to earn points. However, the disadvantage is that it cannot be used due to overlapping with other keyboard apps, so this is a little disappointing. I hope you all have an efficient apptech.