With urban apartment living, lack of a car, and incredibly busy schedules, can be difficult for a lot of city dwellers. Apartments frequently don’t include a washer and dryer – or sometimes even a hook-up – and going to the laundromat takes a ton of time. Instead, what if you could locate someone who would do your for you, in their home? Now you can, with NeatTuck, the world’s first peer-to-peer, as well as the first on-demand mobile laundry application.



On the flip side of the equation, people who do have laundry facilities in their home can utilize that hot commodity and make a little extra cash while meeting your neighbors and people in your local community.

Using geo-mapping technology, users can find someone nearby with laundry if they don’t (or don’t have the time), and washers can accept or reject jobs much like Uber or Lyft. The person having their laundry done can control everything from the app, including type and temperature of rinse and dry cycles, type of detergent, fabric softener, and dryer sheets, and whether or not they want bleach added.
For more information on how the laundryshare app works, check out their video below:



If you’re lacking laundry facilities and looking for an easier solution to the ever-growing pile of dirty clothes in your room, you’re in luck: is currently seeking beta testers, with the aim of being available on the Andriod and Apple markets, including Apple Watch devices, by the end of the summer.



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