New iPad app review

| May 4, 2012 | 0 Comments

It seems like this week has been a week for companies to launch iPad apps, with the much anticipated release of the Spotify and LinedIn apps. If you’re interested in new property apps however, this weeks launch of the latest iPad app from the Digital Property Group may well be first on your list to download.

The new app is a simple, straight forward app providing a convenient search tool for those looking to buy, rent, let, sell or simply browse homes on the move.

It is a very intuitive app which must be any app designers priority when designing for the mass market. Map view is the default and you can also view your search results in a list.

If you are searching on the go, then the app utilises the iPad’s GPS functionality, enabling users to identify and review properties near-by, before mapping a route to reach them for a viewing.

With access to full property information including asking prices, number of bedrooms, screen photos and pinch-enabled floor plans, the app also allows users to save and forward details of favourite properties and contact estate agents directly.

We’re glad they haven’t added too many whistles and bells to the app, meaning that it simply ticks the boxes and makes for an easy user experience. All in all it is a good, solid app which does what it says on the tin.

The app is live and is available to public for download via the iTunes store.


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Category: iPad apps, online, Property Portals

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