Toronto's RentCompass Adds Facebook App to Roster of Mobile Apps; Makes Renting in Canada Easy

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Toronto's RentCompass has added a Facebook app to its portfolio.

Self-touted as Canada’s first renters’ mobile App available on iOS and Android devices, web startup RentCompass has been dedicated to making renting easy and accessible for Canadians.

The Facebook app is naturally social: it allows you to get your friends' opinions on neighbourhoods and building and share listings friends who are hunting for their next space.

RentCompass says its goal is to create "a streamlined rental property solution that is always up to date, on the web and mobile." The RentCompass iPhone app is th most downloaded Canadian rentals search app in the iTunes store and is rated four out of five stars.

The RentCompass App combines everything we love about iPhone maps and location services to deliver an unparalleled experience. Find rental apartments and houses on the go while commuting to work or school, or while sitting in your favorite coffee shop. Like a property you see? Browse the property photos in full screen, contact the listing agent/landlord instantly via email or phone. Don't have a data plan? Simply mark the property as a favourite and it will be downloaded on the device for off-line browsing.

Company:
RentCompass
Website:
http://www.rentcompass.com
Location:
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

RentCompass is the first and most popular Canadian service for finding rentals on mobile devices. With apps available for the iPhone/iTouch, iPad and Android that allow users to do their house hunting on the go. RentCompass also has the first Canadian Facebook App for finding rentals. It allows users to search for rentals while still on Facebook so that they can ask for friend's opinion and get responses in... more

Company:
Facebook
Website:
http://www.facebook.com
Location:
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Facebook's mission is to give people the power to share and make the world more open and connected. Millions of people use Facebook everyday to keep up with friends, upload an unlimited number of photos, share links and videos, and learn more about the people they meet. more


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