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Apartments for Android screenshots

Apartments for Android allows you to easily search and review apartments in your local area.

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1 of 8 Screenshot by Taylor Wimberly/CNET

Apartments for Android

Apartments provides detailed search to help filter the results.
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2 of 8 Screenshot by Taylor Wimberly/CNET
Users can easily find surrounding apartments using the Locate Me feature.
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3 of 8 Screenshot by Taylor Wimberly/CNET
The list view provides a brief overview of the search results.
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The detailed view allows you to contact the property with a single click.
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A full gallery is available for most apartments.
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Many options are available for each listing like sharing with a friend, adding to your favorites, or viewing the location on a map.
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The map mode displays search results using Google Maps.
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Clicking any property in the map mode provides a quick menu of options.

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