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Fiverr launches Android app with access to 3 million gigs

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If you aren't familiar with Fiverr.com and the Fiver apps, you need to be.

Fiverr, the world’s largest open market for services of all types, launched Tuesday, March 11, a free Android app that follows the launch of their iOS app.

The new Android app is now available for download in the Google Play store.

“Fiverr for Android opens the service to a new segment of users who are on mobile”, says Fiverr CEO and Co-founder, Micha Kaufman. “This year we are projecting 40% of our traffic will come from mobile. That’s why we’re so committed to investing resources to ensure we give our customers the best experience across all of their devices.”

With Fiverr, after users login, the can scroll through the home screen and look at various Gigs. They will have the ability to search through 120 product and service categories.

Per Fiverr, this is what the app will do for you:

- Database of over 3 million Gigs to choose from on mobile device

- Direct and instant access to sellers with user-generated feedback and quality ratings

- Redesigned user interface with simple marketplace navigation

- Push notifications for messages and order updates provides fast and simple on- the -go communication to fully manage your business needs

Fiverr Gigs start as low as $5 and top-rated sellers can offer single orders upwards of $8,000.

Buyers are always free to collaborate directly with sellers on large-scale projects, and now with the iOS and Android apps, they can do that while on-the-go.

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