Got a penchant for artisanal goods?
Got a penchant for artisanal goods? Then Thinges is the smartphone app to get. Acting as a bridge between local makers and consumers, Thinges allows makers to showcase and sell their items to anyone via the app.
If we knew that answering primary school exam questions could earn us cash, we’d have paid more attention back in the day. If you’ve got what it takes to guide young minds, consider signing up as a tutor with SnapAsk, a smartphone app that lets students snap a photo of a question using their phones and get help from a tutor.
Avid online shoppers need to watch out for this one. ShopBack transfers cash directly into your bank account for every purchase you make at their partners’ websites. Their partners include sites you’ve probably already bookmarked, like Taobao, Zalora, ASOS and Foodpanda.
Can’t keep up with the local arts scene? Let ArtHop help you. Founded by Grace Hong, her sister and two friends, the smartphone app and website lets you discover all the art-related happenings around your location. “It’s like TripAdvisor, but for [visual] arts,” says Grace, who pretty much runs the company by herself now.