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.”
“New UK health app Sweatcoin launched in the Apple app store this week and has been an instant hit.”
“New Apple app launches in Britain that pays people to get fit”
“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.”
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.
We update the Sweatcoin app regularly to make earning more effective and fun for you.
Please get the latest version for our new features, performance improvements and bug fixes aimed to help you be more physically active.
Thank you for walking with Sweatcoin!
Ratings and Reviews
Not truly counting steps...
Pretty cool app, but asking access to my iPhone’s health app to verify steps and only compute half or 1/3 of the actual steps taken registered by my iPhone is pointless. Is this not to give user sweatcoins? Why not use your app to piggyback onto the health app and use the data recorded on both apps (yours and iPhone) to verify so there’s no cheating? I have a 10 acre homestead and walk A LOT all day. Outdoors. When it’s very hot I switch my sleeping schedule to do chores throughout the night and sleep when it’s the hottest part of the day.
My iPhone counted 11k steps in one day, Sweatcpins registered 4K....
the idea of the app is awesome to inventive people to stay moving, but you (developers) should be a bit more in tune with whatever app you request access to on our phones.
Oh, and because I know I take thousands of steps every day, I opted for a system that charges me 20 sweatcoins a month, but if you’re not counting truly all the steps I take, I may just delete your app, because it feels like the ones whos cheating here is you... will keep it a little longer and see what happens.
Understand that allowing you to track my location and access to my health data is not something I want you to have for free, like everything in this world, data mining comes with a price, and if you’re not offering your users a decent payout and registering ALL the steps I take, you may not get to keep my data... and that’s not my isolated opinion...
Developer Response ,
Thank you for your thoughtful review, CatLadyOnTheFarm. We hope you continue to use the app and were updating to the latest versions as they should have solved some of the issues you mention. We would love to hear how well the app is tracking your steps now. With regards to the data - we do not access your health data, just steps and the only purpose of tracking your location is to make sure we can verify the steps walked. You would be amazed how many people try to game our app and generate sweatcoins by shaking the phone. We know that this is not the case with you, but without this verification algorithm, sweatcoins will have very little value. We hope to hear an update, Your Sweatcoin team
I love this app
OK so I got a couple years ago and I really liked it and I would use it almost every single day I need my friend to compete and see you get the most steps in a day and I just currently drifted away from the app and I will go back every now and then and look at how many coins I got at the time that I was gone and prizes and everything and nothing really satisfied me like not all the prices were a little bit too expensive but I mean the people that are like really really running and that run like marathons and everything I think the most because you can get a ton of coins from running like a couple miles anyways after I went off the app for a little bit I came back on and I saw that they had things to give to charity and stuff and it was like super cold so I gave a lot of flights a coin and it just makes you feel really great because you’re giving to things that reallydoes have a cause instead of spending coins coins or whatever on things that you want you can spend it on people that need help and it still like charities or whatever it like I gave one for helping women get clean water and refugees and another one that was like for POWER that people don’t have so I totally recommended this app it is so amazing and I love it so much
there’s a lot to talk about
ok so sweatcoin is an interesting app. you really have to not delete the app if you want anything worth purchasing. i have joined in december of 2017, and i have around 1.8k coins. i am writing this review in april of 2019. first off is the purchase you can make with sweatcoin. the proportions really do not line up at all. for example, you can buy some fancy socks worth 15$ for 1.5k sweatcoin. now, you can also buy a jewelry subscription and a 21$ shopping credit for a mere 10 sweatcoin. the proportions rarely line up. sure, the developers can’t argue too much with their companies but still it should be slightly better. next, is the things you can buy. it’s all repetitive items and they are most of the time all discounts for items. idk about everyone else, but i want to buy stuff for free. no money involved PERIOD. too many of the free offers are MUCH too expensive and cost too much sweatcoin for one person no matter how much they walk. speaking of which, the step counter algorithm is god awful. sure, you don’t want people shaking their phones but COME ON. i have a fitbit and it tells be i walk around 8k steps everyday! sweatcoin on the other hand that only 1k of those 8k were actually real steps. at least let the algorithm be a little more generous here. now, you really want this app, just download it, forget about it, and check every week or so to see what offers are new. (please improve the algorithm and add in more free stuff)
- Sweatco Ltd
- 92.9 MB
- Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, iPad Air Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad mini 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad mini 3 Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad mini 4 Wi-Fi + Cellular, 12.9-inch iPad Pro Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad Pro (9.7-inch) Wi‑Fi + Cellular, iPad (5th generation) Wi‑Fi + Cellular, iPad Pro (12.9‑inch) (2nd generation) Wi‑Fi + Cellular, iPad Pro (10.5-inch) Wi‑Fi + Cellular, iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (6th generation), iPad Pro (11-inch) Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad Pro (12.9-inch) Wi‑Fi + Cellular, iPad mini (5th generation) Wi-Fi + Cellular, and iPad Air (3rd generation) Wi-Fi + Cellular.
English, German, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
- © Sweatco Ltd
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.