There are quite a few options when it comes to QR code scanners in the iOS App Store and Google’s Play Store. Here’s a a couple of our favorite apps for each platform that will have you off and scanning in no time.
In this edition of the buying guide, we take a look at the latest Android handsets – the Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC One M8, review a roundup of the latest iPhone 6 rumors, explain why now is a bad time to buy an iPhone, provide a few prepaid plans recommendations, and more.
Since I spend a lot of time working with mobile devices, one of the questions I consistently get is “which mobile carrier should I choose?” It’s a good question, and one that you should answer before you decide which phone to buy. The best phone in the world is worthless if you can’t get service on it where you use it most.
Apple’s CarPlay is the beginning of what I deem “truly wireless computing”. It will create a dramatic shift in how applications are developed, making context more important than ever.
In addition to Evernote, which I reviewed last month, another essential mobile app that I highly recommend is Dropbox. In short, Dropbox is a cloud-based file storage application. There are a number of these types of apps out there, but Dropbox’s file accessibility and sharing features are what sets it apart from its competitors.
QR codes are another way to connect to clients and prospects through their mobile phones. Here’s a primer on using them in real estate that includes tips, best practices and use cases to get you started.
Does your daily development have you jumping between client and server code like mine often does? I recently needed to sort an array of “documents” from a NoSQL DB in PHP. So off to PHP.net to review the docs… there are 13 array sort functions in the table of choices. I decided on usort because […]
If you’re not using Evernote, you should be. Here are a few tips on how to use it in your real estate business along with a few resources to help you get more from the app.
Just because the real estate portals have established mobile apps doesn’t mean brokerages should give up. It’s time for them to rethink their mobile presence and up their game.
With today’s real estate clientele becoming more and more tech savvy, here’s a few tips on how you can ditch the old pen & paper and use mobile to build confidence with prospects to get more from your next open house.