Airnbnb debuts Android application

Airnbnb debuts Android application

Searching for and discovering new accommodations gets easier this week as Airbnb debuts their Android application.  Tied directly into their ever-expanding database, the service offers access to more than 100,000 listing across 192 countries.  Whether you are looking for a place to crash for a day or two or somewhere to stay for a week, Airbnb lets users search for available places, even those open tonight.  Once you find the place to stay, whip out the credit card and book a spot right from your phone.

Features & Capabilities:

  • Discover unique properties in 19,000+ cities in 192+ countries worldwide
  • Stuck without a place to stay? One click lets you search for nearby places available tonight
  • Reserve properties using your credit card directly from your fingertips
  • Access your itinerary and host details, and get one-click directions
  • Check out user profiles, reviews and message prospective hosts and guests
  • Snap photos of your space with your camera for instant upload to Airbnb
  • Keep track of guest check-in/check-out at your listing
  • Confirm reservation requests when you’re on the go


[app]com.airbnb.android[/app]

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