Tuesday, July 28, 2015


Are you a smartphone consumer whose unconcerned by the advertising industry looking at you as a walking dollars sign? Are you ok with your lock screen being used as advertising billboard and they
pay you for it? If you answered yes to both questions and own a Android Device then read on...

SlideJoy is an App that uses the unoccupied space on your phones lock screen, to display advertising demographically targeted to you. What's in it for the consumers? This App actually pays you to view these advertisements, even when you are not interested. Rewarding the users with points that are converted into real money.

SlideJoy's developers are promising a monthly payment of $1 to $15 for customers who install the App, with the potential for an increase cash reward as the App becomes more familiar with each users preferences and interests.

How SlideJoy's Works

This App is simple to use, first install it then the lock screen displays ads. By swiping to the right, you ignore the ads and proceed straight to the unlock screen of your phone. If your interested in the product then swipe to the left and you will be taken to the web page or video.

Users will get paid the same amount regardless if the accept or deny the advertisement, in an effrot to provide paid advertisers with unbiased feedback and data about SlideJoys users.

Customers can sign up for Slidejoy using their Facebook account or provide a separate sign up information after installation. The Apps algorithm is designed to push ads to users based on their age, gender, location, and the type of ads they've shown interest in.

Users will be notified daily on how many points they've accrued. In order for a user to cash out from their earnings from SlideJoy, you'll need a Paypal Account or Square Cash Account. Users can transfer their rewards to these accounts every two weeks after earning points, or choose to donate their money to selected charities.

What About My Privacy?

While getting paid to unlock your phone sounds to good to be true, users are still giving up personal information such as location and shopping habits in exchange for rewards. Although SlideJoy's developers promise to absolutely not share users personal data with third parties, the App still collects your personal info in order to target you with relevant advertising.

It is only a matter of time before advertisers recognized that the lock screen, which phone users look at dozens of times daily, every time they go to user their phone is the prime property for pushing advertisements onto consumers.

SlideJoy is not the first company to use the lock screen as a mini billboard. Locket originally launched the pay for swiping but without rewards.

Advertisers on board with Slidejoy include Target, Best Buy, and Macy's. Slidejoy insists the ads shown will be creative, beautiful, and engaging the consumers reactions.

SlideJoy is currently available for FREE through the Google Play Store.

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