Published on March 26th, 2020 | by Bibhuranjan


Best Moving Apps for iOS and Android

Did you have to carry uncomfortable bags of shoes and heavy boxes of books during the move? If so, you probably just didn’t know that light shoes are more convenient to transport in wine boxes, and books-in a suitcase on wheels. Even a child can transport them without straining. We hope that this list of tips will help you move to a new place faster and not forget anything in the previous one. What do you do to make it easier for yourself to move? In the 21 century technology can help to plan a less stressful move. The many apps available on our smartphones are gaining their popularity. Let me introduce some of the most useful that can provide you with a smoother moving process from start to finish.

  1. MoveAdvisor (iOS, Android, Amazon – Free)

This free app helps you get organized and stay on top of all the things you need to do leading up to a big move. Some helpful features of MoveAdvisor include a weekly moving timeline, which helps you remember tasks and see your progress, and a home inventory to virtually keep track of all your possessions room-by-room. You can also locate moving companies, read reviews, and obtain estimates with the app.

MoveAdvisor is available on the App StoreGoogle Play, and Amazon.

  1. Letgo (iOS, Android – Free)

Letgo is an app for buying and selling goods locally. If you’re trying to unload some of the clutter before your move, letgo makes it easy to connect with buyers in your local community. Many users feel it’s more trustworthy and simpler to use than Craigslist, and the app’s popularity continues to grow.

Available on the App Store and Google Play.

  1. Zillow (iOS, Android – Free)

Zillow’s robust real estate app can help you find a new place to buy or rent, with up-to-date listings and instant notifications. In addition to searching for homes, Zillow also has tools to help you determine your budget and connect with real estate agents or property managers in your area.

Available on the App Store and Google Play.

  1. Sortly (iOS, Android – Free, or $3.99/Month for Premium Plan)

With Sortly, you can create a visual inventory of all the items in your house. You can add photos, product information, and notes for each item. The database creates a searchable home inventory that helps you track all of your belongings and remember where items are: in storage, at home, or anywhere else.

Sortly includes an eight-week moving checklist with a detailed timeline for each task you’ll need to complete as you prepare to move.

Download Sortly on the App Store or Google Play.

  1. Waze (iOS, Android – Free)

Waze is a community-based traffic and navigation app. It lets drivers share real-time traffic and road information. The app offers voice-guided directions, traffic advisories, and even displays gas prices near you. If you’re trying to plan out your new commute, Waze lets you see your commute time and can even remind you when it’s time to leave.

Available on the App Store and Google Play.

  1. Nextdoor (iOS, Android – Free)

Nextdoor works like a private social network to help connect you with your neighbors. The app keeps everyone up to date with what’s going on in their community and lets users share local news. Neighbors can use the platform to help each other with everything from planning a neighborhood event to finding a recommendation for a babysitter.

Available on the App Store and Google Play.

If you have any questions or would like to know more information about appliance movers, don’t be shy to contact the best movers as soon as possible. Our reliable helpers specialized on long-distance moving will be happy to assist your forthcoming relocation and make it fulfilled! Start your FREE moving quote and moving cost calculation right now, don’t hesitate! Wish you good luck.

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