It’s not easy to make money just walking around town, unless you’re from the Town, in which case, there's a 97% chance you're a bank robber, and an even greater chance you're actually Ben Affleck. Earning you cash without Jeremy Renner almost compromising your cover because he has distinctive tattoos: Gigwalk.
Cooked up by some Yahoo! expats and just getting rolling in Miami, GW allows businesses/ individuals to assign simple around-town tasks, or "gigs", which you can pick up and finish off for quick cash, although sometimes you won’t even have to worry about the finishing-off part, as the gigs just really want somebody to talk to. To get going, fire up their in-app screening process (they claim anyone who has a "great work ethic and an iPhone 4" will likely get accepted within a week); once in, they’ll run you through a few "practice gigs", then alert you to paying ones via a map dotted with job-indicating red pins, which previously only indicated that your job was working in a bowling alley. “They’re really paying me for this?” tasks might involve anything from photographing local businesses and their wares, to snapping shots of street signs, to surveying prices of goods like milk and gas, to recording the audio levels of street construction; gigs pay between $3-$50, so just like being in the Gin Blossoms, except you're actually getting paid between $3-$50 per gig.
Best of all, GW's just added upwards of 5000 gigs to the South Florida market, meaning Affleck can make all the money he needs once he moves down here, which is good, because the take from robbing Sun Life is really not gonna cover his tracksuit habit.