Find Your New Rental with Android App

Find Your New Rental with Android App

Launched earlier this week, the latest make-your-life-easier application in the Android Market comes via Easy to use and boasting a bunch of handy features, it should make your next apartment search a bit less stressful. Apartment searching Android users now have instant access to thousands of rentals including pictures, videos and floor-plans.

“We want to give apartment hunters a variety of search options,” said Chris Brown, VP of product management at “With mobile devices predicted to overtake PCs for accessing online information in the next year or two, we added the Android app to our mobile product suite to give renters more choices to choose from when conducting their apartment search. Unlike other apartment apps on the market, we designed our app specifically for Android to ensure we deliver the best user experience.”


The Android application key features include:

  • The most comprehensive and vivid database of apartments nationwide
  • Search for apartments near any location, use GPS to search exact location
  • Refine search by location, price, number of bedrooms, number of bathrooms, amenities and more
  • View photos, floorplans and video walkthroughs of apartment listings
  • Save apartment listings as favorites and access them again at anytime
  • Saved searches allow apartment shoppers to pick up their apartment search where they left off

If you plan on searching for a place to live soon, grab the Application from the link below.


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