Home services marketplace Timesaverz has launched a suite of mobile applications for both consumers and its service partners. The company also says that the service partner mobile app is now installed across 1000+ service agents’ devices in Mumbai and Pune, the two cities that the company operates in. Launched in 2013 in Mumbai, Timesaverz enables consumers hire people for household chores like pest control, car cleaning, sofa cleaning, bill payment, house cleaning, baby sitting, plumbing services and running personal errands among others. Timesaverz also says that it has grown its range of services from 6 to 40 different categories. Timesaverz.com has secured seed funding from a group of angel investors led by angel investor Neville Taraporewalla and GSF Accelerator founder Rajesh Sawhney. Other angel investors include eTailing India founder Ashish Jhalani, ex-Digital Business Head at Sony Entertainment Nitesh Kripalani, Indiamart founder Dinesh Agarwal and Saffronart COO Nish Bhutani. Other players Timesaverz's biggest competition is currently JustDial which also has an entire section for home services. JustDial also has presence in almost every major city in India and is also looking to release a "Master App" which combines all the services and products into a single platform and is expected to go live on March 31. Mumbai-based LocalOye, whose investors include MakeMyTrip co-founder Sachin Bhatia and India Value Fund's Haresh Chawla, also works on a similar model as Timesaverz. LocalOye says that it has more than 250 categories and plans to reach about 500 categories by the end of March. The company also says that it works with 4,000 merchants. and has had over one lakh customers…
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