Here are the best moving apps currently available in the App store and the Android market. The top 10 apps to help you move – for Apple iPhone/iPod, Android and RIM BlackBerry. Feel free to write in the comments about some other apps you’ve used to help you move.
N#1. My Move app for iPhone and Android
The My Move application by MyMovingReviews is a Free moving app that is designed to help you find the perfect moving company and organize your move. As we have covered the main features many times, here are the basics of the latest version 1.2:
- Customizable moving checklist with preloaded selections.
- Request a free moving estimate.
- Tips for selecting a moving company.
- Check a moving company’s record – reviews, ratings and comments.
- Write a moving review on a company.
- Moving notes to keep you organized and never miss a thing.
- Distance (on route) calculator between your locations.
The app is being released on iPhone, iPad, iPod, as well as in the Android Market and the Amazon Android Market.
N#2. Moving Day for iPhone
Without a doubt the Moving Day iPhone moving app is one of the best iPhone moving applications out there. The main purpose of the app is to ensure that you will keep things organized and under control on your moving day. You will be able to enter all of your boxes and items you are about to move in the application and check if everything is delivered. Find out if there is something damaged or missing. You can even print your inventory through your phone. The Moving Day iPhone iPod application will keep that simple and organized. With nice design and easy to use navigation system, it’s definitely one of my favorites.
N#3. Moving Guru app for iPhone and BlackBerry
The Moving Guru app will guide you through every phase of your move. It will try to ease the stress of the moving process by providing complete moving checklist, moving estimates, tips and more. The Moving Guru app is available for iPhone and BlackBerry.
Here are some of the key features of the Moving Guru app:
- Move task list beginning eight weeks prior to move date.
- The ability to request a moving estimate.
- Tips for selecting a mover.
- ‘We’ve moved’ notification to pre-selected phone contacts.
- Packing tips and helpful videos.
- Glossary of moving terminology.
N#4. Zillow app for iPhone and Android
The Zilow Real Esate app for iPhone will help you search through the available homes for sale near you or other locations selected. Based on Google Maps, you will find it really easy to understand and use. All menus are designed and organized with the user experience in mind. Not only you will be able to quickly find what homes are for sale depending on your search criteria, but you will also be able to see what payment options and payment plans are available for the home you are interested in. The app pulls the real estate listings from one of the largest real estate databases in the USA – Zillow.com.
N#5. MoveMatch app for Android
This is one very functional app. In essence this app will try to calculate the volume of your belongings. In order to do that, you will need to carefully insert every item from your home and add it in the survey. The only thing is that the app is made for the European market by default and it calculates the volume in cubic meters instead of cubic feet. Of course you have the option to switch to cubic feet. The end result is an approximate volume of your moving belongings, that will help you estimate the cost of your move more precisely. There are some handy cost saving tips, 8 to 1 week moving checklist and a couple of moving tips. We recommend it for all android users that are about to move.
Based on our search and rate criteria, those are Top moving related apps available up to date. Feel free to suggest other top moving related iPhone apps or top moving related Android apps that are worth including in our small best free apps for moving list. In the meanwhile stay tuned for more tips that will help you move, news and moving related topics on MyMovingReviews.com
Posted on Oct 11, 2011; Last updated: Jul 10, 2012