Top 12 Sharing Economy Apps

Airbnb has changed the way people perceive housing. Instead of booking expensive stays at hotels, people have found a way to get the most out of their money by renting out rooms or houses at cheaper rates. This culture of sharing is evolving into an economy that consumers are starting to gain an interest in. Rooms and houses aren’t the only things that people can share anymore. Here are the top 12 list of rising sharing economy apps that you have to download.

The Volte

This app allows you to rent out outfits, clothes, and accessories for a special event. You no longer have to wait until the next paycheck to buy yourself those heels that you wanted but will probably wear once.

Practicality meets functionality in this app. Wear clothes that suit a single occasion without worrying about when you will wear them next.

Tool Mates Hire

Not everyone has the luxury of having a complete toolset in their house. Power tools, gardening equipment, heavy machinery, and a lot more are available on this app. Rent something for a day for some quick fix around the house or rent weekly for a home renovation. The choice is up to you.

Tree Hut Village

If your child has already outgrown her crib and you don’t plan on having any more children anytime soon, don’t throw out that crib just yet. In fact, don’t throw away anything child-related that is in good condition.

This app lets you rent out unused baby equipment if they are still in good condition. Now, you don’t need to worry about your money going to waste.

Car Next Door

This app is like Tinder, but for cars and people. It matches you with a car that you are looking for and allows you to rent it from its owner. If you are an owner looking to rent out an old yet functional car, this app can help you look for someone as well.


Women no longer need to fear about scary Uber drivers driving them to an unfamiliar road. This ride-sharing app only allows women to use it, delivering safe and efficient transportation for women, by women.


This app allows you to rent out a space for a short amount of time. Whether for a business meeting, a seminar, or just a group of people looking for a place to hold their next event, Spacely provides you with multiple options.


If you are running out of space at home and you need somewhere to store your extra stuff, Spacer has the solution for you. It allows you to rent out vacant spaces that you can use to put your things in. It even has spaces in case you need to park your car.

In a time where we all seem like we are running out of space, Spacer gives us exactly what we need.


This app is for those who have a love for adventure but don’t really have the funds to buy their own equipment. Quipmo has everything a thrill-seeking adventurer need to make their next trip even more memorable. From bicycles to hiking gears, Quipmo helps you get one step closer to your next adrenaline rush.


An oldie but a goodie, Gumtree is the grandfather of all sharing economy apps. One of its unique aspects, however, is its swapping section. Not only can you rent out things that you need as soon as possible, but you also get to swap things you do not need for things that you do need.


Bountye allows you to buy and sell pre-loved luxury items. It believes in lowering the difficulty level of buying something from the luxury department, as well as reduce instances where their items just end up in the landfill.

Y Waste

Turning scraps into treasure, Y Waste sells uneaten, leftover food from stores and shops that are closing up or taking a break. The best part about it is that your meal is ready 15 to 30 minutes after you place an order.

Coming soon… Shareplate

With Shareplate, you can now reminisce what it feels like to have a homecooked meal while ordering it online. People can post what they are having for dinner on the app, and others can place an order to have a plate of homecooked goodness.

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