It's fair to say that in this day and age, there's an app for everything. Even if you've just moved or about to, there are a number of apps that you can take advantage of. See below our 6 must have apps for this Spring...
Garden Plan Pro (£5.99) (iPhone, iPad)
It’s time to take back that overgrown forest you used to call your garden! At £5.99, Garden Plan Pro is ever so slightly north of the standard £0.99 download – but it’s worth it to get your garden looking like Babylon in time for the summer.
Purplebricks App (Free) (Android, iOS)
Wait a second…how did this get here? It’s now even easier to manage the sale of your property with the brand new Purplebricks App. In giving you greater control over the sale of your home, our new app allows users to direct message buyers, manage viewings, negotiate offers and agree sales at their fingertips. Interested? Discover more by CLICKING HERE.
Crime Map England and Wales (Free) (Android, iOS)
We all like to know that the area we’re moving to is safe. Crime Map allows you to do just that. In correlating the locations of crime and anti-social behaviour within a selected area, you can see how crime levels are performing in your area of choice. A perfect tool for house hunters who are moving to a new area.
Dulux Visualizer (Free) (Android, iOS)
The folks over at Dulux have created the perfect tool to get your redecoration started. With their visualizer app you can sample various paint colours and mattes by simply aiming your device at the wall. This is ideal for those considering giving the house a makeover pre or post move.
Houzz (Free) (Android, iOS)
If you love a bit of property porn now and then, you should find a home for Houzz on your device. A sleek app, Houzz lets you browse millions of the best interior design pics whilst offering reams of content on how to change the look and feel of your home.
Wikihow (Free) (Android, iOS)
The bible for help guides - we think Wikihow is one of the most useful day to day apps out there. No matter how weird or wacky the problem, you’ll find the answer in one of the app’s 150,000 help guides ranging from how to improve relationships, how to tune a guitar and how to escape a bear attack (Mr DiCaprio could have used that one!).