Uable: Teens can earn U-Coins and buy stuff! Works on iPhone, Android phones
Uable is a mobile application where earnings are in the form of 'U-Coins', and it enables teenagers to earn, spend and become independent through content and community.
Are you a teenager and planning to earn? There is a content creating and earning app, actually, earnings are in the form of 'U-Coins', that works both on iPhone and Android handsets, called Uable, founded by Saurabh Saxena (Ex-founder, Vedantu) that can help teenagers earn. The app can be used by 13-19 year olds to earn, spend and become independent through content and community. It incentivizes them to both create and consume content, make friends and explore their interests — all within multiple micro-communities called Clubs. These Clubs cater to teen interests and include everything from general Hangouts to gaming, from fashion to sports and from entrepreneurship to engineering, motivation to design, among others.
Through the so-called ‘U-Coins' that teens earn from this app, they can grab products from the U-store, which includes gadgets, books, fashion accessories and apparel, according to the information provided in a release by the company. Within the app, there are different types of content: Dialogues, videos, memes, photos etc.
What is Uable
Uable is a social commerce app for teens that enables them to discover great content, make friends, and shop for products and services by top brands. It also lets them make and drive financial decisions.
How to use Uable
Teenagers can know that Uable is a mobile only app for now and can be used both on iPhone and Android handsets. The only thing they need to do is go to the Google Play Store or App store to download the application. Also the app is free of cost and there is no subscription fee for the same.
Uable: Age limit
Teenagers, that is the 13-to-19-year olds can use the application. However, it can be noted that there are users who are 20, 21 years old can create content in the app.
Uable: Safety Concerns
As per the information provided, there is a 15-member moderation team that does manual moderation and verification. There are also automated tools to help filter out problematic content, and the app has banned certain kinds of words, phrases, which could be harmful. All messages go through a moderation layer as it is not end-to-end encrypted.
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