Finding the motivation to exercise has been a challenge for many during the COVID-19 lockdown, but to help users start moving, the new app Fitbotic will pay its users to work out. The motion-detecting fitness app will track the number of repetitions a user performs, and to reduce costs further, no additional phone accessories are required. The app allows users to choose which virtual coach to use, with some using a "tough love" approach and others using kind, motivational techniques.
Fitbotic's payment plan allows users to make purchases through the business’s e-commerce store or cashed out, however, there is a minimum amount of funds required. “You can’t cash out 10 cents, because there is a transaction fee on every transaction. We charge on a monthly basis; the app will charge $9.99 per month. If you work out consistently and you meet all your goals, technically you can get all of your money back or you can even make a little bit of money – maybe a few dollars," stated Managing Director Hinney Lo.
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