Turn your photos into money! Upload your photo collection and sell it to well known brands all over the world.
* Sell your photos through Foap Market at Foap.com
* Sell photos through Foap Missions to brands like Nivea, Bank of America, Volvo Group, Absolut Vodka, Air Aisa and Pepsi.
* Foap also distributes your content through partners, such as Getty Images, to help you sell even more of your photos!
* Create your own web portfolio for buyers to see your photos
* Explore beautiful photos from all around the world
* Get feedback on your photos from other Foapers
* Be part of an amazing and growing international community of photographers
* Upload photos straight from your phone
* Enjoy unlimited uploads
* Easy cashouts thanks to PayPal integration
* The best way to make money from what you love doing
Foap is free! What's more, every time you sell a photo you get 50% of the commission. Every mission is rewarded with a prize starting with $50.
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Ratings and Reviews
Really can i sell my photos or not?
Its not proof about the selling. Its there no option for set my price.....
Developer Response ,
Prices on Foap are fixed and it's up to $10 per photos sold on market or a normal Mission, $60 in case of photos sold in exclusive Missions. Keep in mind that you get only 50 % of this sum since you split the earning with Foap.
In case you win a main prize of the Mission, you get a full prize without sharing it with Foap.
Magnet for plagiarism.
Whilst the app itself does what it’s supposed to do, as a more serious photographer I’m not overly keen on having photos rated out of five stars by people whose own portfolio is full of mobile phone happy snaps. But such is the system.
Don’t expect to sell much through here as few people ever seem to sell more than one photo, although on the plus side, there’s no minimum sales value threshold so payment is made reasonably quickly.
My main issue is the endemic theft of photos from the internet which is passed off by people as their own work and trying to make a quick $5. This theft is absolutely rife on here. Whilst the administrators do seem to take down accounts within 24 hours when this is reported, it wouldn’t be difficult nowadays to build into the system a means of spotting this. Plagiarism is theft, and I wonder how many sales are actually achieved by people who do this - my guess is not many, and the quality of stolen photos is generally way below that of a decently downloaded shot. But I do wish the developers would take a more proactive approach themselves, instead of waiting for people like me to report theft of pictures. Over to you Foap!
It Has Potential But It Needs To Listen To Their User’s Complains
I personally think that it would be hard for a beginner to progress without subscribing to the premium version which contradicts to the purpose of this app, which is to allow photographers to make a side hustle. Personally, I would recommend on improving the user friendliness of the app, in order to make it easier for sellers to use. Perhaps maybe adding a section in the bio where we are allowed to put links to our website or social media accounts? Furthermore, I would also like to see improvement on the algorithm in order for other users to find one another easily. This will definitely be a game changer for this app. All this app needs is to listen to its consumer’s demands/complaints and try their best to help photographers make a side income. I really hope there will be upcoming improvements as soon as possible.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.