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    Get Paid for the Photos You Take: Foap App Launches on Android

    The social photo app Foap is now available to download on Android smartphones and tablets, allowing users to monetize their photo-snapping skills.
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      Foap Android: Get paid for the photos you take: Foap app launches on Android

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