For a while now, rather unusual applications have been popping up that allow users to earn a bit of money in the strangest of ways. Among many others, we can mention Sweatcoin, which pays users for working out, Current, which pays users for listening to music, Roz Dhan, which does the same for reading news stories, and Poll Pay for filling out surveys. Honeygain also allows you to make a few bucks but in a different way.
How does Honeygain work?
The system collects users' unused Internet data without ever affecting their connection for having resold data to third parties. After installing and opening the application, the service starts to extract the unused Megas which are represented by a beehive with bees and honey.
Whenever the phone is turned on and connected to the Internet, earnings will grow and will be displayed on the app. The approximate profit is one cent for every 100 Megas and once users hit 20 dollars they will be able to have the money owed paid into a PayPal account. Obviously, these amounts are not going to take anyone out of poverty, but users don't have to do anything at all in order to see their money gradually grow while their Internet browsing will not be affected in any way at all.