The new motors app for Iphone

Car searching just got a whole lot easier thanks to the new iphone and itouch app created by online car advertisers You can now search for second hand cars for sale from from your mobile and on the move.

Launched in 2007, is part of a wider network visited by over 3.3million car buyers every month, becoming the UK’s 2nd largest motor advertising network in its first 3 years. It has signed major partnerships such as The Daily Mail online,, The Independent and more. And with 150,000 used cars and 15,500 new cars for perusal, you can see why the site would be in such high demand.

The new motors app for Iphone

Due to its deserved success,, having already mastered the .com business, they are expanding their communications and accessibility buy joining the social media marketing race.  Well up to date with Facebook and Twitter accounts, have found a gap in the market and created a much anticipated iphone and itouch application.

This application is easy to download, user-friendly and will enable the user to access the many cars that have in their database at the touch of an iphone screen.

The new motors app for Iphone

Whether it is a used or new car that you are looking for, being sold by car retailers or private sellers across the UK, this app will allow you to browse though a list of cars that suit your needs.
You will be asked to complete answers as to your requirements and a list of ten cars at a time will appear on your screen for you to browse through. You will be offered the choice of short-listing any cars that you want to add to your ‘maybe’ list and the app will act as the link between buyer and dealer.

The main advantage to using an app over a website is its accessibility. There is no need to have to physically sit in front of your computer making notes from different websites; you might be taking a walk or waiting for a bus and while you’re there you might find 5 cars that you want to view, it’s as easy as that.

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