Whether you’re in the market to buy a house or shopping for a new home for rent, sometimes it can be hard to keep track of all the homes you do and don’t like. We’re here to help, by providing the ability to take notes and upload private photos of homes on Zillow Android and Android Tablet apps.

Recently added to the Zillow iPhone and iPad apps, home shoppers can now use their device’s camera to take photos of their favorite homes, or upload an image from their photo library, while on-location, touring the homes and have it instantly added to the property’s photo gallery on Zillow. Additionally, shoppers can quickly take notes on a home or the surrounding neighborhood and have them instantly saved to the home’s Zillow listing page.

This release also includes enhancements to the driving directions and sharing features. Now, you can get directions to a property from your GPS location directly from a property’s listing page. And, you can share a favorite home via any sharing app downloaded on your device.

We’re always looking for ways to improve the Zillow Real Estate Apps. Download the Zillow Android app or Zillow Android Tablet app and let us know what you think of these new features or other tools that would make your home shopping easier. Don’t have an Android device? Zillow Mobile includes a suite of 14 apps, available across all major platforms.

  • arkenblue

    I tried the new is ok for taking notes and adding pictures, but it is rather limited! me and my wife are trying to keep our house hunting organized. We are using mostly three apps. Evernote for taking any kind of notes, google maps to create our own personalized house hunting maps, and Mufli Homes Free to file and compare all the properties we visit. It is a tough job nevertheless :)

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