Zillow Everywhere: Sync Zillow Across Your Phone, Tablet and Computer
Whether you’re driving around a neighborhood checking home values on your smartphone, using an iPad to draw a search around that dream neighborhood while waiting at the airport, or doing some serious house hunting on your computer at home, there are multiple ways to home search and shop with Zillow. New to Zillow, home shoppers can now save their search once, and take it anywhere.
Home shoppers can sync their saved searches and favorite homes from whichever device they’re using to access Zillow – tablet, smartphone or computer – and receive instant listing notifications across all platforms, creating a personalized and seamlessly integrated home shopping experience.
With over 30 percent of our traffic coming from a mobile device, the ability to take searches with you becomes ever more important.
With this integration, home shoppers can now:
- Save a search on any device – once a home shopper has set their search criteria via typing or drawing their own search, that search can be saved, renamed, and accessed from any device – tablet, smartphone, or desktop – at anytime, anywhere.
- Save once, update everywhere – saved searches, favorite homes, and instant notifications will seamlessly sync across all Zillow platforms so home shoppers only have to add, delete or change something one time.
- Receive instant on-screen notifications and daily emails – from new listings and price changes, to status updates and open houses, when Zillow has new data that matches a home shopper’s saved search, we’ll get it out immediately, whichever device is being used.
To take the new Zillow for a spin, simply setup your home search once and save it. Sign in to your Zillow account to sync your saved searches and favorite homes between Zillow.com and your device. Start your house hunting on a computer and pick-up exactly where you left off on your tablet, or smartphone. For tablet users, check out your favorite homes, saved searches, and notifications under “My Zillow.”