Foap App Comes to Android, Pays for Your Smartphone Pics Dylan Duarte September 25, 2013 Being an Android man, the iOS app store is a mystery to me, a land far beyond my reach. Oftentimes I’ll discover an app for Android that’s completely new to me, despite it having been available on iOS for quite some time. Such is the case with the Foap app, which as of last Wednesday is officially available for Google’s mobile operating system. Foap is a royalty free stock photo market and the app allows users to take photos with their smartphone camera and upload them to the market, where they’ll be available for purchase. If your photo earns $10, you receive half of that. If you’re looking for something more lucrative, brands like Sony and Axe will offer big money for specific photos. There are plenty of these “photo missions” available, including a welcoming mission for the Android app, which asks for photos of people greeting one another. You no longer need a fancy lens to be a professional photographer. via BGR Share This With The World!