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Life of an entrepreneur is tough especially when you are racking your heads over a problem without any foreseeable solutions. While certain such problems are of a creative nature and can be best solved by you, certain others just require technical expertise which you might not possess.
This is exactly why the Fiverr android app is such a boon for everyone who wants expertise in certain business areas without having to spend a fortune. After all most startups does not have the financial liquidity to pay a professional for everything they are stuck up with especially, when justice can be done to the work at only five dollars. Yes, that is right, at Fiverr one of the best apps for hiring or getting freelance work, you can hire an expert at only five dollars. (hence the name; every job done here is a Fiverr!).
One of our biggest concerns at this point is the quality of the freelancers because though the price seems extremely decent, if the quality of the work is not good it all boils down to nothing. So while we are trying to get in touch with the Fiverr development team for details on how they ensure quality in this article we will review the general user interface and ease of finding freelancers in this platform.
The Fiverr Icon
The platform is well populated and you will have a plethora of options to choose from. Search the particular job that you want accomplished and you will get enough options to choose from. The point of this wonderful app is to bring together a community which thrives by helping each other out. This is indeed an appealing idea and while other such platforms thrive on just a buying and selling medium, a community could mean everyone is ready to help others out. Even if just for the sole motive of getting help from you at a later date, there might be people willing to help you out today at a very affordable price which makes this one of the best apps in the category.
The Home page of the app
The listings of the offered services are put under named catalogues, and each catalogue carries its own set of categories. You can choose to use the app as a Guest user, or you can register yourself. Registration gives you the option of registering via your Facebook or Google account directly, or you can register manually by using some other accounts. You need to provide a username, valid email ID and a password though. The basic UI of the app is very basic, and it’s pretty sleek, what with the black icon and the cool way the several ‘hot’ services are listed right in the home page. The home page also comes with the options of viewing your own profile, checking messages from other users and useful notifications.
The search options
Once you select a particular service, you get to choose the specifications you want from the particular work. The briefing is done to the person providing the service to you. Here there is an interesting thing to notify the users about! When it is said that all services here cost just $5, it is meant that the basic job (regarding any job) will cost you that amount. However, if you want, you can add certain effects and decorations to the work, extra charges are likely to be incurred.
The available home page options
The app is not only a paradise for people wanting to get their work done, but it is a dream-space to work in for freelancers who are always willing to work for ready-money. Not only do they get the opportunity of mingling with such a lot of customers, they also get to name their price once the ‘basic’ limit is crossed by certain jobs.
So, what are you waiting for? Head over to the download link, download the Fiverr App and see for yourself.
Abhirup is our guest blogger on education apps and thought partner. He harbors certain thoroughly misguided self-impressions like he has a refined aesthetic sense (our website’s visuals are NOT inspired by his ideas) or that he has a deep baritone. However, we choose to ignore these as he sometimes comes up with good ideas notwithstanding the fact that they are articulated in confusing managerial jargon; perhaps explained by the fact that he is an MBA from IIM Bangalore.