Indian real estate mobile apps comparison

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<p>Explara</p> <p>Indian real estate listing appsComparison of Housing.com, MagicBricks.com and 99Acres.com mobile apps on Android</p> <p>Harry Ven</p> <p>Housing.com tear down</p> <p>Nice map view showing all rentals around you with the photo listing below</p> <p>On Filters, Spent a lot of time to adjust the min and max cost.</p> <p>Nice to have a filter for restriction. </p> <p>Lot of filter options. Does not feel intuitive though to fill up all these details</p> <p>Good to have an alert to avoid losing all the details just entered</p> <p>Back to the interface. </p> <p>Broker gets a new name- Locality expert!!!!</p> <p>Nice and intuitive user interface </p> <p>Magicbricks tear down</p> <p>Nice to directly come to filter criteria on launch. Also availability of fewer filter options allows me to incentive to go to the search as fast as possible. Love it!</p> <p>Interface feels real ease. Nice use of colors. </p> <p>Whats the point of having a feature - Chat option, that does not work or is not useful? </p> <p>Map view is not visually appealing or understandable for user to engage with</p> <p>No alert if we press back button after selecting the filter criteria. As a first time user got irritated because of this as I lost my filter criteria couple of times.</p> <p>99Acres tear down</p> <p>Smooth interface. Could use more colors.</p> <p>Multiple clicks to apply search criteria. No alert while pressing back button, there by unsuspecting first time user loses all filter criteria!</p> <p>Final VerdictIndian rental listing apps compared here have very few differentiation there by opening themselves to be disrupted for any new bold player. </p>