Jaywalk for Android

Earn money for walking, now on Android🚶‍♀️

Jaywalk is a new app that lets you earn discounts in your neighborhood just for walking or running. We built it because walking is the easiest way to stay healthy and walking for a coffee, sandwich, or even a drink is a great goal. This is the second version of the app and we're proud to share the Android version with ProductHunt.

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Dawid Piaskowski
Rüdiger Narr
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    Rüdiger Narrtinkerer, physicist and family ma

    Geniously and nicely wrapped business model


    Geotargeting at it's best, constant geo tracking in reward for personalized advertising and an incentive which takes me to your b2b partners

    The data you want from users for personalized marketing is so valuable you can even give them an incentive for taking part - called miles. It's basically Foursquare wrapped in a health product and constant geo-tracking. No, thanks.

    Rüdiger Narr has never used this product.


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John Biggs
John BiggsMaker@johnbiggs · Maker, doer, writer.
Hey, guys, we just launched Jaywalk for Android. We'd love feedback!
Rüdiger Narr
Rüdiger Narr@ruedigernarr · tinkerer, physicist and family ma
Hi @johnbiggs , how long do the Jaycoins last in order to use them (aka TTL) for a purchase?
John Biggs
John BiggsMaker@johnbiggs · Maker, doer, writer.
@ruedigernarr Right now they expire every 24 hours but we're considering removing the time limit. What do you think?
Shreyaa Ratra
Shreyaa Ratra@shreyaa_ratra · Making B2B sales easy via EasyLeadz.com
@johnbiggs Discounts are on nearby physical spaces or online websites too ?
Dawid Piaskowski
Dawid Piaskowski@dawid_piaskowski · CEO and co-founder of Productz
@johnbiggs @ruedigernarr how about 32h? Or premium 7 days, or half is lost after 7 days. I wouldn't drop the time limit because there is less motivation to continue to push more.
Adrian Salamunovic
Adrian Salamunovic@adrian_salamunovic
John- really cool idea. Also very PR friendly. You should get Techcrunch to cover this :-)