Rentals.com App Arrives on Android
Those of you looking to fly the coop this summer once school gets out might want to consider the new Rentals.com app for Android. Designed to help consumers find single-family houses, apartments and condos for rent, the free app uses GPS to search for nearby availabilities. Other features include searching by zip, state and city as well as filtering results by property type, price, amenities, and more. Where available, the application gives users full-color photos, maps, and other property information.
“We provide consumers with immediate access to relevant, localized information as they search for a place to live, and utilizing mobile technology makes the renting process that much easier. Our mobile apps not only give users another medium for gathering information on single-family houses, apartments and condos for rent, but also provide them with the ability to search for listings and contact property owners or managers while on-the-go.”- Jamie Clymer, president of Rentals.com
If you are interested in checking out Rentals.com for Android, you can grab it for free out of the Android Market. If you have Barcode Scanner on your handset, you can simply scan the code to the right!
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