Los Angeles, CA, June 04, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- comūn is launching a new sharing economy app around the United States to connect users looking to provide their services with users looking for assistance.
With the revolution of the “gig economy” afoot, people are giving up their 9-to-5 jobs in exchange for greater independence and flexibility. However in an effort to boost consumer adoption many “gig apps” have forgotten about those that actually make them possible: the users providing their time, labor, and resources on these apps.
A constant refrain of taskers and drivers using these apps is that they aren’t paid enough, they have time commitments and minimum hours, and they don’t have control over the services they provide, as those are all decided by the app.
Similarly, users requesting services through these apps often worry about the fact that the user they are matched with be overworked and underpaid, providing lower quality services and requesting their pay to be subsidized with tips.
Users providing their services on the comūn platform set their own rates for each transaction can can accept or decline any comūn request they want. There are no mandated minimum hours, no set times, and the price a user quotes is the exact amount they will receive.
Those requesting service through the comūn platform always know exactly what they are getting and what they are paying before they accept a service, and because the fees are approximately 20% lower than other platforms, users consistently pay less money for better service.
Whether it’s lunch delivered at work, a light switch installed at home, or a ride to the local university, comūn users are rated and reviewed by their local community and all comūns have a satisfaction guarantee.
Join the sharing economy. Join comūn today at https://comun.us.