We Took Something Great and Made it Better!

Whether you’re the curl-up-on-the-couch-with-Redfin-for-iPad type or you prefer to use your iPhone to search homes on-the-go (please don’t Redfin while driving), we hope you’ll love these new features we just added to our top-rated iOS apps:

Local Agents are Just a Tap Away: For the first time, you have direct access to local, experienced Redfin agents through your iPhone or iPad app. Tap the question bubble at the bottom of any home listing to ask a Redfin agent a question about the home or market.

Ask a Real Estate Question

Share Homes on Facebook: Home buying is personal, but sometimes you want to find out what your friends think about a place or just share some good old real estate porn. Use the one-tap Facebook sign-in and start a conversation.

Post Listing to Facebook

Sort Homes on iPhone: The iPad app’s popular sorting feature is now available for iPhone! Sort by distance, days on Redfin, bedrooms, bathrooms and of course the “Redfin Special Blend.”

Search Nearby Homes: Tap the location arrow at the top of the screen to view all the nearby homes for sale, no matter where you are.

Edit a Saved Search on iPad: You can now edit your saved searches on the iPad app. Any changes you make will sync back to your Redfin account.

Better, Faster, Stronger
We know that every second you spend waiting for a page to load is another second you’re not finding your dream home. The upgraded app runs faster than previous versions, and we hope you’ll notice its improved performance and stability as well.

Download or update the Redfin iPad App and iPhone App and leave a comment below or send an email to feedback@redfin.com to let us know what you think. What feature would you like to see in the next round of upgrades?

Discussion

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    5 apps , a bounus app and an addendum .I find it amazingly fast and no lag at all, maybe you’re network it’s not up to it…

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