Don't fret, iPhone photographers, SnapSnapSnap will prove 'em wrong: Tech Review
The app's maker, BoxBrownie, claims that in blind testing, people couldn't tell the difference between a professional photograper's work and an photo taken with its app
by Craig C. Rowe Jul 28
Real has the moxy to make agents go viral, now it needs adoption: Tech Review
While gathering leads is certainly the goal, the best ones will come to those agents who leverage the app’s connectivity to each other, and who remain active in curating relevant market content
by Craig C. Rowe Mar 3
Task app KeyPleaz unlocks ways for agents to make more money: Tech Review
Projects are listed in the app as Home Showing, Open House and as a catch-all, Runner, which can be anything from being present at an inspection to collecting signage
by Craig C. Rowe Feb 17
BoxBrownie's new photography app to give agents a happy new year
'We are using a combination of Apple’s photo algorithms and our own. For every shot, the camera takes 45 to 70 photos which are condensed into 5 to 7 photos on the device,' the company said
by Craig C. Rowe Dec 27
New video app Playhouse hopes to make listing content go viral: Tech Review
Playhouse offers agents a sharp, capable tool to promote listing inventory at very little cost
by Craig C. Rowe Apr 7
Lucit makes billboard advertising more accessible than ever: Tech Review
Lucit is an app for creating and controlling ad campaigns on roadside digital billboards. It's an ideal marketing tool for offices and teams of any size or brand
by Craig C. Rowe Nov 11
Vuse taps into what makes mobile real estate video so easy: Tech Review
The app offers templates, shooting advice, music options and easy sharing tools. There’s also a brokerage account level
by Craig C. Rowe Oct 22
The iPhone 13 just launched. Do you need it?
Those of you out there still clinging to something around a 6 or 7 will want to pay special attention, because Apple's 13th iPhone iteration will make buyers even more apt to pose, snap and record — faster
by Craig C. Rowe Sep 22
Inman Review: Real Happy is here to market your listings
Developed by a mobile app engineer after a bad homebuying experience, Real Happy is another good entry for listing agents wanting a new, productive way to market and coordinate showings
by Craig C. Rowe Sep 6
Inman Review: Beans Tour is an app for managing home tours
The app's geospatial technology parent company is called One Hundred Feet, and it came about when two California entrepreneurs wanted to make sure their Uber Eats driver could accurately deliver a pizza
by Craig C. Rowe Sep 3
Inman Review: Plunk helps homeowners evaluate renovation projects
A new app called Plunk, with a reputable pedigree of industry knowledge behind it, has launched to help homeowners better evaluate the return on home improvement
by Craig C. Rowe Aug 30
Showing app Entro has potential — but should address agent safety
With some decent features and a user interface worth seeing, Entro could succeed if not for leaving agent safety and lead quality totally out of the equation
by Craig C. Rowe Dec 24
Quickly pay agents and accept deposits with Bank Shot
The pandemic has pushed every aspect of the transaction deep into the digital age, and this broker-developed app continues to help everyone get their money faster
by Craig C. Rowe Oct 29
Part Instagram, part Pinterest, property search gets social with Rila
This new app, inspired by social media, is perfect for real estate listings and agent lead generation. Fun and engaging, the app's success will fall largely on consumer adoption
by Craig C. Rowe Oct 9
Switcher Studio brings easy, broadcast-level video production to the iPhone
IPhone video content app enables multiple devices to broadcast on a single stream and add rich graphics on the fly. Sorry Android users — this one is iPhone-exclusive
by Craig C. Rowe Sep 18