Gig Economy Apps

Gig Economy Apps
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  1. Uber - A ride-hailing app that also offers food delivery and courier services. Source
  2. Lyft - Another ride-hailing app that operates in the US and Canada. Source
  3. DoorDash - A food delivery service that operates in the US, Canada, and Australia. Source
  4. Instacart - An app that offers grocery delivery and pick-up services in the US and Canada. Source
  5. Postmates - A delivery service that can deliver anything from food to retail goods, available in many cities in the US. Source
  6. TaskRabbit - A platform that connects users with local professionals for everyday home services like cleaning, installations, moving help, and more. Source
  7. Fiverr - An online marketplace for freelance services. Source
  8. Upwork - A platform that connects businesses with freelancers, IT companies, and agencies for all their hiring needs. Source
  9. Airbnb - An online marketplace for lodging, primarily homestays, and tourism experiences. Source
  10. Grubhub - An online and mobile prepared food ordering and delivery platform that connects diners with local restaurants. Source
  11. Handy - An app that connects individuals with cleaning professionals and handymen for tasks around the house. Source
  12. Rover - A pet sitting and dog walking app that connects pet owners with pet sitters in their area. Source
  13. Freelancer - An online marketplace where employers and employees are able to find each other. Source
  14. Turo - A car sharing marketplace where guests can book any car they want, wherever they want it, from a community of local hosts. Source
  15. Wonolo - An on-demand staffing platform that connects job seekers and businesses looking to fill their labor needs. Source
  16. Thumbtack - A platform that connects people with local professionals for projects around the house. Source
  17. Etsy - An e-commerce website focused on handmade or vintage items and craft supplies. Source
  18. Shipt - A membership-based grocery marketplace, enabling delivery of fresh foods and household essentials. Source
  19. Deliveroo - A food delivery company based in the United Kingdom, but operates in several countries around the world. Source
  20. Just Eat - A global hybrid marketplace for online food delivery, providing customers with an easy and secure way to order and pay for food from restaurant partners. Source
  21. Wag: A Dog walking and dog sitting service marketplace.
  22. Gazelle: A platform for selling used smartphones.
  23. 99Designs: A platform for selling design services.
  24. CafePress: A platform for selling items that feature a digital design.
  25. OpenSea: A platform for selling NFTs (Non-fungible tokens).
  26. Rarible: Another platform for selling NFTs.

Please note that the availability of these apps may vary depending on your location.

Seeing Various Gig Apps and their Pay

Gig Pay
Uber * Uber has stated that its drivers can earn $55,000 per year, but independent analysis shows that the hourly earnings of a typical Uber driver are less than fifteen dollars an hour. * Uber estimates that a driver working forty hours per week will earn $1,309. This figure is