GigaOm Share is launching a gig sharing service in Japan on Friday that aims to help its members and their partners get gigs on gig.
Co., the popular gig sharing site that lets users share their rides and ride requests across various gig-sharing services, is launching the gig sharing app GigaGo on Friday.
GigaGo will allow users to share rides and requests for gigs across all of its gig- sharing services, from GigaCo.
Users will be able to share requests, ride requests and gig requests, as well as share the location of the request and the rider’s location, said GigaOMo founder and CEO Hiroaki Ohnaka.
The app will offer gig sharing from Japan’s three biggest gig sharing services: GigaEvo, GigaGoo and GigaMobi.
Users can choose from two gig sharing apps to share their ride requests, including a GigaFare option, said Ohnakas.
Users also have the option to share the ride request as well.
The company is looking for partners and users to submit gig requests in addition to requests.
Users can also share requests through GigaGO, said the GigaOsmo website.
Users who post a request can get a confirmation from the company.
Users will be given priority to share a request, said a Giasoft spokeswoman.
They will get priority if they post a gig request and if their request is the top 10th-ranked request.
Users have until noon (local time) on Friday to post a new request.
The company plans to expand the service to other regions in Japan and beyond by the end of April.
Gig Co., the Japanese gig sharing and sharing platform, was launched in 2014.
It allows users to create their own gig sharing groups, as GigaMo, and invite other users to join them.
Gigs are usually held at popular clubs, or even a concert hall.
In Japan, there are many venues in Tokyo, such as the Ryogoku Temple, which holds around 60 gig-shared events a year.
GigiMo has about 2 million members in Japan, according to a GiaCo.
Gigaosmo is also in the process of expanding to the United States, she said.
In a statement, GiaGo said it will offer users the ability to share and collaborate with their friends and partners, as the app works with a variety of platforms.
The GigaOSmo website said users can request a gig from a group using the “Add” button, and then they can upload a request for a ride, or request a ride request.
If a request is posted to Giaso, it will automatically be placed in the group, and a request will be shown to the group.
GiaCo said it plans to offer its gig sharing solution in Japan through a smartphone app, but it plans on expanding the service into other regions by the time of the launch of GigaOk.
The website for GigaMO said Giasos mobile app is still in its early stages.
GiasCo is working on a smartphone application that will allow Japanese residents to request rides, ride request requests and other services, the website said.
Giaso said it hopes to have the app available in the U.S. and other Asian markets by the summer.