Sweatcoin - Coin For Sweat App

Sweatcoin - Coin For Sweat App

By Sweatco Ltd

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2016-09-01
  • Current Version: 2.0.15
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 96.11 MB
  • Developer: Sweatco Ltd
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
From 6,449 Ratings


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.



  • Inaccurate and bad

    I really wanted to like this app. I think the concept is awesome but the execution is terrible. Right off the bat, sweat coin removes 5% of your steps for commission???? I’m sorry, do employees get paid in Sweatcoin? Second the step counter and it’s algorithm are soooo off. I usually only get 65% of the steps I walk, even when I follow their suggestions. You will usually have to walk about for about two years before you can even earn a 50 dollar gift card. I give it two stars because it’s free and it motivates one to walk. But know the app is terrible and you won’t make money off it. Money off it
  • Great way to work out and earn money

    By sofanis
    Its so fun, great way to challenge yourself. Amo Esta aplicacion, me motiva cada dia a hacer mas actividades afuera y conectarme nuevamente con la naturaleza.. Camina mas y diviertete con tus amigos
  • Yes it is to good to be true (don’t trust this app)

    By Santiago Osuna
    It all seems amazing right, free money for just walking it’s truly unbelievable am I right, way to good to be true, and yes you’re right it’s too good to be true. So after doing some simple math, first off with the “simple” free plan at a cap of 5 sweat coins per day and 20 sweat coins equivalent to 1 dollar, this means if you want the iPhone X or a flat screen tv for 20,000 sweat coins you’ll just have to walk every single day until reaching the cap of 5 sweat coins for over a decade, yes let that sink in, and let’s say you buy the up to 20 sweat coins per day cap while paying $30 a month, you’ll get to 20,000 in about 2 years but multiply times 2 years those $30 and you get over $1,000 spent making it not worth the money or effort because by then two new iPhones will be out and so and so forth. And not the mention all the server issues, battery drainer and the many ways to fake steps, this app is indeed another scam. Just do the math and you’ll realize how played you’re getting.
  • 🚨🚨🚨Horrible👎🏻🚨🚨🚨

    By Nickhwuyw1112
    I have worked out, done cardio outside and walks at parks or malls. Literally counts about 15% of what you really walk. It would literally take me 3 years of calibrated walks every day to get the iPhone X Prize.

    By UnrivaledRefreshment
    l have had this app for almost a week yet l still have ZERO steps counted total. l have my location services on, my app has not been force quitted, and yes l have walked around outside. l even went as far as resetting my location and privacy settings and still no fix. This app simply is not working. Worst of all, l emailed the listed asking for help, and in return l get a generic FAQ page. Thanks a lot. DELETE.
  • Great app

    By ExtremeEman1324
    I love the concept of walking to make money. This app is great to induce weight loss. Now the only issue for me, is the lack of items in the shop. Now I understand that items cycle through, every now and then. But it would be nice to see a bigger selection. Sometimes I find the items to be way out of my price range, or not good enough.
  • More Offers

    By stevenmewniverse
    The app is great and all but what I think would make it even better is for there to be more diverse offers. I HIGHLY SUGGEST AN ITUNES GIFT CARD CAUSE THAT WOULD REALLY HELP A LOT. thank you (:
  • Great app

    By Motomuffins
    Love the concept of this. It does take time but you’re doing better than those who aren’t taking advantage of this. You don’t have to worry about it or even think about it. Just leave it running and you’re making bank!
  • Complete Ripoff - 73 Sweat coin = $1 - Huge Security/Privacy Risk

    By Mk@llen
    It takes 73 sweat coin to earn $1. Referring a friend earns you 5 sweat coin. You’d have to invite 15 friends or walk thousands of steps before you earned even $1! The amount of work, effort, and security risk users must expose themselves too is not nearly worth the work of using this app. Too much risk and effort for a tiny reward. Not to mention the amount of battery life this drains all day 24/7 365 days of the year. Plus this app ALWAYS tracks your every movement! Move on to another app or delete this app if you have it. It’s a complete rip off and a huge security/privacy risk.
  • Please make inside steps count

    By dal3diamond
    I like the app but. I put in 5 to 7 thousands steps during. School a day, plus I run a mile in the gym there each day. But barley any of my steps count. It’s annoying because the weather is always snowy and below freezing temperatures. So why not make inside steps count?