RentCompass: Canada’s First Apartment Search App for Apple Watch [Sponsor]

If you’re searching for apartments to rent across Canada, check out RentCompass, which has recently launched the first dedicated apartment search app for Apple Watch.

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Based out of Toronto, RentCompass has been a pioneer in creating iPhone, iPad and Android real estate apps, even launching before The company was the first to integrate lawn signs and NFC in Canada and provides the most accurate source of listings for rental properties across the country. Why? All listings are verified as landlords must provide a local Canadian phone number or verify their account using a credit card.

What makes RentCompass so easy to find your next apartment is the company’s app, which allows tenants to access a favourites list and search by properties by location, so if you’re ever strolling a neighbourhood you want to live in, the app does all the heavy lifting for you.

Results are clearly shown on the map, with detailed info, saving you time to locate that perfect apartment in your dream neighbourhood. It’s a nice way to get a visual on apartments on a map, versus endless classified listings found on the web. It also supports iOS 8’s share sheet, so you can easily share listings via your favourite supported apps.

For landlords looking to post their apartment for rent, it can easily be done straight from the RentCompass iOS or Android app for free and even have the option to upgrade their listing to featured, so it stands out and gets rented out faster.

RentCompass for Apple Watch brings their mobile experience to the wrist, but tailored for the smartwatch. Here, users can quickly access their favourites list, find rentals by location and also receive notifications when they are near apartments they like.

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RentCompass (also available on the web) is made in Canada and is completely free—you can download it from the App Store or Google Play.

Our thanks to RentCompass for Sponsoring for this week.

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  • Joe Peplowski

    So it’s padmapper jr

  • Tim

    Dear god, just pull out your phone. Why would anyone want to look at pictures of a prospective dwelling on a tiny screen.