Basically, Clashot allows users to take photos with their iPhone and then make them available for other people to buy. Internet portals, newspapers and magazines can then buy the rights to use your images. You get a commission, and a tidy little side income besides.
In addition to having a chance to make a little extra money, you can also view, comment, and “like” the photo reports of other users. There is Facebook and Twitter integration as well.
From concerts to car shows, local news to astronomical events, most of us are around a lot more interesting news and events than we realize. Clashot is a great way to capitalize your on proximity to cool events. Why just let photos sit on your phone when they could be making you some passive income?
The interface for Clashot is wonderfully intuitive and a pleasure to use. You do need to sign up and log in. However, that is a small price to pay for using this fun app.
Sadly, there is no Android support for this app yet: it’s iPhone only, at least for now. Clashot do have a website though (Clashot.com) – so you can check them online as well.
For each photo you sell, you will make between 35 cents and 35 dollars. You must use either PayPal or WebMoney to withdraw funds. The minimum withdrawal amount is $50, which does seem a little high.
If you find yourself on the scene during a big court trial, a terrible storm, a glitzy celebrity event, or some other newsworthy event, you can take a picture, sell it in Clashot, and make a little extra money.
Clashot is compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation) and iPad. Requires iOS 5.0 or later. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.