Get Free Stuff for Unlocking your Phone with 'WHAFF LOCKER'

We've seen apps come out before that offer you rewards and even cash, for doing something as simple as unlocking your smartphone. It's something that we all do hundreds if not thousands of times per day, whether you realize it or not. And being able to make a few bucks by seeing an ad on our lock screen, can really add up, even if we despise ads. WHAFF LOCKER here is aiming to do something a bit different. With this app, you'll be able to stash premium rewards and also browse through entertaining and educational content.

In WHAFF LOCKER, if you swipe to the left, you'll be able to enjoy the chic and artsy interface and unlock your smartphone. It's basically like having eye candy on your smartphone. Now if you decide to swipe right, you can get the fastest and biggest rewards. Making rewards just one swipe away. Scrolling up or down will show you "what's hot now". So you'll get Breaking news, fashion tips, funny jokes and much more information. All of this information is updated in real-time, so that you are getting the latest news and such. In the latest update to WHAFF LOCKER, you are able to also check the weather information for your current location. To sign up for WHAFF Locker, all you need to do is login with your Facebook account - unfortunately, there's no other way to sign up just yet. Then you'll be on  your way to earning premium rewards and enjoying entertaining content.

WHAFF LOCKER works with Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich and higher, which is most of the Android devices currently out on the market. Additionally, there are no in-app purchases (in fact it's the opposite of in-app purchases, basically). The app is fairly small, coming in at around 17MB in size. Meaning that most people should be have enough space on their smartphone to install the app, without needing to clear out other data. You can pick up WHAFF LOCKER over on the Google Play Store today, it's free and you'll quickly be on your way to earning your premium rewards.

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