Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit

Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit

Turn your steps to 'sweat coins' - digital currency to make you fit and active!

Additional Informations
  • Current Version: 1.10.1
  • Updated: December 14, 2017
  • Requires Android: 4.4 and up
  • Installs: 1,000,000 - 5,000,000



Sweatcoin is a new breed of step counter and activity tracker app that pays you digital currency - sweat coin – for your steps to spend on gadgets, sports kit, fitness training, healthy nutrition and much much more …

"Basically pays you to move and exercise, and it costs nothing to use."
- Men’s Journal

"The app that PAYS you to get fit: Sweatcoin rewards people for the number of steps they make every day"
- Daily Mail

"The easiest way to make some side cash by doing what you already do naturally — walking."
- TheNextWeb

"If ever you've needed an incentive to exercise, a new app could give you a much-needed boost to get active.”
- Telegraph

"New UK health app Sweatcoin launched [...] this week and has been an instant hit."
- Forbes

"New [...] app launches in Britain that pays people to get fit."
- Reuters

Sweatcoin converts your steps into new digital currency called "sweatcoins". Spend sweatcoins earned on goods, services and experiences with our vendor partners or other users, donate to charity or exchange them with your friends and family for whatever you fancy.

The more you move -> the fitter and healthier you become -> the wealthier you get.

Movement has value!


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  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Brian Bloomfield Published date: January 9, 2018

    If DEV team want to have a lasting coin/token, few changes need to be made. 1, stop penalization of indoors vs outdoors steps. (I walk 6 miles plus, yet barely yield 1 unit). 2, 5% commission is pretty steep. Maybe 5 % on redemption. 3, GPS handoff to Wi-Fi and vice versa would greatly boost battery life. Great concept, Id love to keep this app, but needs massive fork/changes first. Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Samuel Barker Published date: January 12, 2018

    Worked my a** off at work today got over 10,000 steps today and I got .94 sweat coins not worth my time. Feel like I'm getting ripped off. Have my Wi-Fi off so my batterie drains fast supposed to help get better coins. Followed there guide and didnt help. Seems like you need a galaxy 8 or iphone x to get better readings. If they want 5 stars they need to get this fixed I'm sure I'm not the only one with this problem. How is anyone supposed to have a good experice with this app if it sucks. Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Crystal Stegman Published date: January 5, 2018

    Great concept. Absolutely destroys my battery life in a Samsung galaxy s7 edge. I run a home daycare and it's slightly disappointing when maybe 1200 out of 10k+ steps ever count because I was indoors. I understand the GPS ideal, but would be great for future upgrades to be able to use indoor steps as well. Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Mysterious Gamer Published date: January 16, 2018

    I love the concept of this app but the algorithm and the actually conversions don't make any sense whatsoever. I have a Samsung galaxy s7 and it comes with app called s health and it tracks ALL my steps and comes out with a much better reading than sweat coin. Pls fix this or you can even ask Samsung to help you. Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Daily Basketball Published date: January 16, 2018

    Deleted!!! This app is a battery drainer. It didn't take me long to realize it will take a minimum of 6 months to earn 50USD. So I decided to just use it as a progress tracker. Then it completely quit converting my steps and told me it needs more permission. I sent an email telling them my phone settings have not changed so my conversion rate shouldn't have changed. They sent me back a automated message so I just deleted it. This app is definitely more trouble then it's worth. Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    James White Published date: January 16, 2018

    Great idea, but doesn't work right. I've used this app now for a couple days and can't get hardly any points because for every 1,000 steps I take, I'm lucky if it gives me 100. I've used this app at work and at home (basicly all day) and every time I check to see what I've got I notice that my step count is never close to my verified count, and both are normally lower then my fit bit count. So, until the payout sees to match the walking I think I'm going to have to give this a hard pass. Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Pon Phanhsiry Published date: January 18, 2018

    Nice attempt, but falls short. There should be a wearables sync. I am an avid smart watch wearer. It's how I track my steps. It's always on me and I don't have to remember to pick it up when I walk around. It syncs with my phone to keep everything updated. It's nice that this app works on my phone, but the steps that registered with my wearable device isn't able to be synced with the app. Add that function and I'll rate again. Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Benny Nguyen Published date: January 11, 2018

    Aproximately 12,000 steps later, 0.40 coins. It doesn't auto-transfer correctly. Supposedly it's 2000 steps per 1 coin - %5 = 0.95 coins, automatically converted. However, it will only convert if you do it manually. Something needs to be fixed. Love the concept, though. Free money just for walking! Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Mada Spencer Published date: January 17, 2018

    Thought this would be great as my job requires being on my feet for almost 10 hours a day and even at home I'm quite active. But after 1 day and over 10,000 steps I haven't even accrued 1 whole sweatcoin. This is some kind of scam don't waste your battery power on this. Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Trevor Massey Published date: January 11, 2018

    The idea is great. I've had It for about a week bow and logged over 40k steps. 21k of those were hiking in the mountains. Despite every suggestion used, only 40% of all of my steps are actually counting. I done what I was asked and received a fraction of the credit. This defeats the purpose of having the app when it will take 18 months to get anything of worth. Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Published date: January 11, 2018

    I love the concept of this app, free money for walking, great! Well not so great. I got the app, started walking around my house and went out side to see if it works, didn't really work. I guess I needed to go further but it didn't really work for me. I do cross country which is long distance running and also track so this should be great for that. Getting money for what I love doing. I'll see how it goes. Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Celeste Flenory Published date: January 12, 2018

    I have been trying to register... but i cannot get the app to send me the registration vode. Requested it three times. Also, I wish it linked up to apps such as Garmin or Fit bit or other step tracking devices as a lot of my walking is done on tredmill... gonna uninstall. Nice concept tho. Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    maleeah kewell Published date: January 10, 2018

    This app is so good. It actually works. At first I doubted it, but it works great. I'm like 30 pounds overweight and this might actually help that. I do recommend this for everyone. It's also a really easy way too earn while being fit and definitely a life changer for me Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Stephen DeMiere Published date: January 9, 2018

    The idea and concept is great, I think a motivational tool to get people moving more is phenomenal. I want to tell my friends and family about this but I do not. The algorithm seems flawed or in need of major adjustments. To make so many steps and only have a small amount awarded as accuracy, a large percentage of your battery going to this app, and the high ratio of "reward cost:earnings" will take years. Even with an upgraded account. I'll keep the app in hopes of a change but currently refuse to recommend it to anyone. Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Nahyan Khan Published date: January 15, 2018

    So, the app sucks. You earn a pittance and sometimes it doesn't log steps. That's all that's really necessary to say. But, my phone, a Moto G5, just a lowly budget phone with some incredible battery has enough life to spare, so as long as I'm making more than 0, I'm happy. Concept is marvellous. It's real, as well, to all the people who think it's phony. Although, this really does kill battery life... I'd better find a way to turn it off. Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Published date: January 18, 2018

    This app counts steps quite accurately but discards half of the steps so if you are taking it too seriously this app will just piss you off and you'll leave. Considering how much battery life it takes I'm not sure if it's worth it as the benefits are minimal. There will probably be better apps developed later on. Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Amanda Dayton Published date: January 9, 2018

    This app drains the battery on my note 8 so fast. With the same usage as always, I can usually go about 12 hours without hitting up my charger (not that that I need to, but I'm usually around 20ish percent when I do), but with this app installed, I can't go more than maybe 3 hours tops without needing to connect to charge. Ridiculous... Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    TheDrnecropolis1 Published date: December 21, 2017

    I walk around 13,000 steps on average everyday. But "the algorithm" thinks I'm cheating because most of them are indoors I suppose. Being as I work retail, if its only going to be able to "verify" about 1500 of those, I'll just remove it and save my personal data and battery life.. garbage app Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Elizabeth Aparicio Published date: January 1, 2018

    This app is good to keep track of your steps but for every thousand of steps you make you only get a couple hundred. Making it difficult to set goals. And seriously drains the battery really quick. I go to bed with a full battery and wake up with it at 17%. How does that happen? Plus before starting the account there should be a questionnaire about what a person's job or lifestyle to better track their. I work in customer service and I'm constantly on the move. But yet it shows I hardly move at all. Definitely uninstalling the app. Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Kathy Published date: January 12, 2018

    I downloaded this app thinking you could actually earn REAL money (via PayPal or something similar) for walking but it's a LIE! I earned $15 and went to (cash out) buy a eyeliner when I went to check out with the code provided by this app it just gave me a 5% discount for my $15 earnings. What a waste & RIP off this app is. Uninstalled it!!! Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    JayMD Published date: January 12, 2018

    There aren't many offers... I don't know if it's because I'm new or not... but I don't like it I have about 15$ in sweat coins I would like to spend but can't find much... there is a couple like makeup and music sub... but I don't want those... please add more offers... if there is and I can't see an cause I'm not past first week specials or something... please forgive me... once I see more offers that I like I will definitely give it five stars Thank you. Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Maureen Maus Published date: December 14, 2017

    I tried it out in the evening. Walked around the block & recorded 1,608 steps. That only converted to 423 steps. That's only 26% conversion! The info in the comversion chart says they convert 65% of your steps on average. At that rate, you can only earn about 6.5 "sweat coins" per day if you put in the recommended 10,000 steps per day. The prizes are worth hundreds and thousands of "sweat coins," which means it would take YEARS to earn enough to buy the good stuff. Not a good motivator at all! Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    LittleSpice Published date: January 17, 2018

    I only got 9p out of walking long distances. It kept on freezing my phone! Whenever I exited the app (with it still open) and opened another,my phone froze! This doesn't normally happen. It didn't register any steps, even without the WiFi on. Also,it drained my battery! In 2 minutes my batter had gone from 54% to 28% and then froze, becoming 1%. Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Crystal Sibson Published date: January 13, 2018

    The app never converts my steps. I've tried all setting suggestions and all it does is drain my battery. Today I hiked 14,304 steps and it only converted to 80 steps or 0.07 coins. It's not a problem with my phone GPS as It works great with any other app I have for mapping my hikes. It would take me more than 300 years for a paypal credit. What a joke. Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Martin O. Published date: December 27, 2017

    the rewards for this app honestly total garbage. I've used the app daily for Month and less then Half of all my steps get recorded. the only decent payout require you to walk an Accepted 10k steps a Day... every Day... for a Year... $50 compensation for them to GPS track everywhere you go is totally not worth the invasion of privacy. Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Anything Goes Published date: January 15, 2018

    I work in retail so I run around a bunch and I get over 5000 steps but it only counted 100 as real, that upset me and I wouldnt recommend this to anyone because it doesnt let your hard work pay off. Maybe they should be more fair with step counts. Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Taylor Koch Published date: January 11, 2018

    I work at a hospital running around all day. I put about 24k steps a day avg. Tracked on my phone and fitbit daily. This app gave me credit for about 72 steps out of 5000!!! I had the battery saver off and the high accuracy location on... Smh... Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Brandon Harvey Published date: January 10, 2018

    no problems with battery life or anything like that. just concerned over the higher 20k SWC price, where even with the highest subscription it would take almost 3 years to complete, and that's not taking account for lost steps and the subscription cost. why have that when no one knows if this app will be present years from now, and make the only things worth getting cost actual money or to much. Or offer bogus discounts Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Neil McKirdy-Deadman Published date: January 19, 2018

    Nice idea, but a long way from actually working! Only logs 1/3 of my actual steps. At this rate I won't be able to afford anything for around 10 years!! Needs massive progress to be useful. Oh and what's with the app icon??!! Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Robert Brown Published date: January 7, 2018

    This app is bogus, they claim to have an algorithm that makes sure you don't cheat. I went to a park, walked a few miles for only 10,000 steps counted when it should have been 15,000. If that wasn't bad enough only 4000 of those steps counted as real steps towards coins. This app is garbage. Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Jay Cie Published date: January 9, 2018

    I started off well. I was easily getting 10k steps and it recognised most of them. Sunday my fitbit reported 8k steps while walking to work seatcoin 0. I just did a 5 kilometer walk. Sweatcoin didn't recognise any till i turned batteries saver off and watched my battery visably drain and only got 1.9k steps. This program activly discourages you from working out due to how bad it is. Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    pedro ceijas Published date: January 17, 2018

    Best app ever. I haven't heard any negative things about this app. At first I thought it was a scam. Got it today and I already made allot of sweatcoins. Also love the fact that the company replies to the reviews.I honestly thing this app its gonna grow and if i had the money I would love to buy stocks in this company. Keep up the great work. Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Martin Hibbert Published date: December 14, 2017

    Terrible app, just tried it out and it's highly inaccurate. I've just done 600 steps and it only registered 84. Hiw bout you guys use distance on the GPS as well?? That way I'm not getting ripped off Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Jose Hernandez Published date: January 15, 2018

    Used it for a week of hiking places up and down the CA coast and CO where there was still strong cell service and packed extra battery packs. Averaged 50k steps a day going on 15-20 mile hikes + walking around camp sites. Checked GPS and had great signal. Got credit for about 2000 steps one day and about 1300 steps for the rest of the week. 350,000 steps minimum. Checked my Garmin Fenix 5, which logs steps well... 423,294 Verified steps with adjustment and full GPS readout in the app. 95% of steps were out doors. So 402 sweat coin and change right? No, 3.01 (not a typo, three point zero one) for the 3,300 it "verified", which isn't even the 95% Exchange rate! They were only short 420,000 steps. THIS APP BLOWS. Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Published date: January 15, 2018

    Love it. Great concept and very innovative. I haven't had any problems with the step counting. It seems to be as accurate as my fitbit. I use an android so I'm not sure what is causing these inaccurate counts for the people sending these other ratings. Hope this helps :) Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    mari the human 1324 Published date: January 12, 2018

    Great app for a jumpstart to walking more. I love the incentives just wish I can convert to cash. That's a lot of walking for an iPhone but damn it I'm gonna do it. Thanks for giving me the ambition to get off my ass and move around more Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Richard Davidson Published date: December 18, 2017

    It's a great app but it only gave me 1.00 out of the 5.00 I earned. Kinda crappy that I literally walk the 11 thousand steps and only get a dollar. I'm on my feet costantly walking at work and I guess it thinks I'm cheating. With 11 thousand steps. I also have 3 other apps that record my steps and they all match up but this ain't worth it if that's all it's gonna give me is a 1.00 crappy if you ask me on that part. And yes I do work outside which is why I walk so much. Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Justin Sedillo Published date: January 10, 2018

    Have to give this app a one star..why? Let's see for the review it asks if the GPS works well..idk, it then asks if it sets my personal goals..idk. the reason? I can't even get it to send the code on time to my phone. I tried to get this going last night and had it sent the code at 8:45pm..nothing tried again at 10:30pm.. again nothing..went to bed and checked my messages this morning and saw that it sent the messages at 2:45am and 4:30am. If the devs actually read the reviews it's usually a smart idea that if the app is supposed to send an SMS message that the user should get it around the same time it says you sent it..in this case.8:45pm. Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    matt molis Published date: December 30, 2017

    After having an issue with steps being counted to earn sweat coin where most of my steps were counted as cheating. I contacted the developer and instead of looking into fixing the algorithm they want you to change settings in your phone giving them administrator access. Don't trust anything in this app. Full Review

  • Sweatcoin Pays You To Get Fit
    Jordan Quach Published date: January 4, 2018

    I really like the concept about this app but I get so little bit sweatcoins from it. Today I took about 17,000 steps and I got only 2 sweatcoin while my friend walked about 7,000 steps and got 6 sweatcoins. Please fix this problem. Full Review