Crush your to-do list with TaskRabbit! We connect you with skilled Taskers to tackle home services and errands around town. Popular tasks include cleaning, mounting, furniture assembly and moving. Plus, we back all tasks with our $1M Happiness Pledge so you can have peace of mind.
HOW IT WORKS
1. Tell us about your task
2. Get a list of qualified, available Taskers
3. Select a Tasker based on pricing and reviews
4. Get it done!
WHY USE TASKRABBIT?
• Book help in minutes
• Find same day help
• Get transparent pricing
• Access 140K+ trusted Taskers
• Chat with Taskers in the app
• Make secure payments in the app
• Get backed by our $1M Happiness Pledge
• Taskers saved customers 4.3M hours over 10 years
• Contact support through email, chat, and phone
• Handyman | Home repair, painting, plumbing
• Moving | Hauling, lifting & shifting furniture
• Yard Work | Leaf removal, snow plowing, gutter cleaning
• Personal Assistant | Errands, delivery, waiting in line, organization
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Ratings and Reviews
Shocked at the negative reviews
Just used TR to move shelving units from my friend’s apartment to mine. The whole experience was great and the app was easy to use (and I work at a tech company!). The notifications work properly (important!) and you can leave/read reviews for potential suggestions. I read almost every review before deciding on a TR and I had a really easy and efficient time with my task. So I’m shocked at all the negative reviews on here - take a minute to do your research and you won’t be disappointed.
That said, because this is the App Store, one feature/UX suggestion I have would be to move the search to the header rather than at the bottom on Home as I actually had no idea it existed for most of the time I’ve had this app downloaded. Also, I wish you could set your TR results to sort the same way every time (I wanted price from low to high instead of recommended - it was annoying having to toggle that each time I searched a new time or date). Lastly, it would be more convenient to enter any promo codes in settings vs. after you’ve booked a task and are ready to checkout - especially since other sharing economy apps have conditioned us to do it this way.
Other than those three things, can’t really complain and would use again!
Rating the app, not the service
I’ve known about task rabbit for years now ever since I first moved to New York City about five years ago. The idea of the service is really great and I even made some money myself when I was working for TaskRabbit early on. However, since TaskRabbit is owned by IKEA, it’s a little disappointing seeing that such a large company with the kind of revenue they have put so little effort into making sure the user experience with in the app itself is seamless. Checking Tasker reviews for example is not seamless because the reviews tend to carry over from one Tasker to another and so I may be wanting to see what Tasker Anthony is all about but Maria and her reviews are still showing up. Or in another case if I am trying to book a cleaning task and I want to look specifically for deep cleaners to be sure that they have their own equipment, the app doesn’t give me an option to actually choose deep clean it it’s only displayed by time expected to be spent on the task. So it’s a great idea for a service overall and my experience with individual taskers and their jobs have been great but the execution of the app still has a lot of room for improvement.
Another big business thinking it’s above the law
Projected increase of business in the Ikea assembly category is 20% so they decided to decrease tasker pay 21% per item. Another big business that doesn’t care about the people who are actually making them their money. Supporting this platform is supporting mistreatment of these people and allowing Taskrabbit to continue to take advantage of these hard workers. Also, they’re increasing the customer rate 5% for the ikea assembly category so prepare to pay even more for that as well. Constantly breaking labor laws for independent contractors and false advertising making customers believe that taskers are “employees” although taskers receive absolutely NO compensation that an employee would receive. In the terms of service that taskrabbit provides for taskers it is stated that taskrabbit is merely a platform for independent contractors to connect with customers and they have no affiliation with taskers scope of work, pricing, etc and that is a HUGE LIE. They try to bully taskers into pricing their services the way that taskrabbit wants them to be priced and the Ikea assembly program absolutely breaks MULTIPLE labor laws put forth for independent contractors and contradicts their own terms of service. Disgusting company that feels they don’t have to answer for the things that they do.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.