Leading Gig Apps Slip in September’s Provider Ranking

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Category leaders are losing ground in PYMNTS’ latest Provider Ranking of Gig Economy Apps, as the top players see their scores fall.

Meanwhile, in the lower ranks of the top 10, some players have pulled way ahead, suggesting that the category leaders may need to watch their backs.

The Top 5

Uber Driver again comes in at No. 1, but this time the app’s score fell from 95 to 93.

Similarly, DoorDash remains the runner up, sliding from 94 points to 92.

In the same vein, Instacart has held steady at No. 3, with its score slipping from 85 to 84.

In fourth place, things get interesting. Fiverr has leaped from No. 6 to No. 4, with its score skyrocketing 10 points from 62 to 72.

Amazon Flex holds onto its place at No. 5, with its score again rising, this time from 67 to 69.

The Top 10

Grubhub has lost significant ground, slipping from No. 4 to No. 6, with its score falling seven points from 70 to 63.

Upwork remains in seventh place, no longer tied for the position, with its score rising from 56 to 62.

TaskRabbit is once again at No. 8, with its score rising from 54 to 56.

Lyft, previously tied for seventh, has slipped down to No. 9, with its score falling from 56 to 54.

Freelancer, meanwhile, has fallen back down to No. 10 after a brief tenure in ninth place, with a score of 42, closing out this month’s Provider Ranking of Gig Economy Apps.