The world’s largest network of freelancers has launched its new app to help them organize their digital work.
The app, Algiers, is available now in select countries and has more than 70,000 users.
The platform is available for desktop and mobile devices.
It connects freelancers with other freelancers via a secure chat room and email.
Algies clients can access the platform to connect with freelancers who are currently using the platform.
A global network of digital freelancers is a big market in its own right.
Many freelancers are working from home.
But that can be a challenge when working remotely or with people who don’t have the same skills.
Many are not comfortable with the idea of meeting people at a coffee shop, for example, or having to make coffee for an event, according to the World Wide Web Alliance.
So Algier helps freelancers meet more easily by giving them a way to manage their work and schedule.
“We know that it’s a huge challenge to manage all the things you do in your day,” said John Prentice, the cofounder of Algians app, who is also a freelancer himself.
“It can be overwhelming and hard to work through and keep track of all your tasks and schedules.
It can also be difficult to communicate with others.”
The app also allows freelancers to create a schedule of upcoming meetings, and to share those schedules with their clients.
The team behind Algiestra also created a tool to make it easier for freelancers across the globe to find each other on the app.
“For freelancers in particular, it’s been really helpful to get the tools that are in the Algius app to be able to find others on the same platform,” said Algieri cofounder and CEO Daniela Kacinski.
Al Giers app can be used to schedule meetings for freelancer to meet up, as well as to schedule travel, meetings, travel accommodation and other activities.
AlGiers app also lets freelancers collaborate on projects with other Algists clients.
They can schedule meetings to meet with clients, discuss ideas or just have a great time together.
“What’s really exciting about this is that we have this global network, and now freelancers have a way of coming together and sharing their ideas, their skills, their passion and their passions,” said Kacinskis cofounder, Joanne Wierzbicki.
“In our world of people who are so busy with jobs, with family, with work, with other things, the only way we can really work together is through technology.
And this has really made the process of being a freelancing freelancer much easier.”
The Algiance app is currently available for iOS, Android and the Web.
It is available to freelancers from countries around the world, including the United States, Russia, Australia, Germany, New Zealand and South Africa.
“The Alginess platform is truly a game changer for freelancing and has given a new dimension to the way freelancers interact with each other,” said Timo Lutz, vice president of marketing for Algiances.
“Our global network gives us a way for freeliers around the globe, both small and large, to meet and collaborate and to connect.
We’ve also built a platform that is built for both the small and the large freelancers.
We’re confident that the global marketplace will continue to grow and grow and help us create more opportunities for our clients to grow.”
Algilities new app is available on the Apple App Store, Google Play, Google Chrome, the Amazon Appstore, Amazon Fire, Windows Phone, Windows Store and other platforms.
“A global network is a huge market in it’s own right,” said Prentice.
“And that’s where we think the Al Giestra platform is going to be great.”