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February 24, 2014 | Edward Andrews Homes | Comments 0

There’s an App for That: Homeowners Apps Worth Keeping in Your Pocket

In a world where there’s an app for everything imaginable, you can bet that there are some amazing ones that are perfect for homeowners. We have found the most popular and best-reviewed apps on the market that are sure to make your life easier.

  • Mark on Call – While updating the design within your home is an exciting process, rearranging the furniture to fit within it sometimes isn’t. This app allows you to save your room dimensions and easily input where and how you will fit your favorite pieces.
  • Mint – More than 13 million users have trusted Mint to stay on top of their finances. By combining your credit card, bank and loan statements into one place and dropping the information into easy-to-ready graphs and pie charts, Mint is the hub to ensure you’re always tracking your finances. It even makes suggestions based on your most recent spending habits and could be great when planning for a new home or design update to your home.
  • iHandy Carpenter – For those of you who do not always have a ruler, level, or protractor available, this is the app for you. iHandy Carpenter allows you to easily decorate your walls with just as much precision and accuracy as a professional.
  • Eden Garden Designer – No green thumb? No problem. This handy app will take the grunt work out of gardening by helping you choose the best fit of flowers and plants based on color, height and the average climate at your home’s address.

Do you have a stash of helpful apps? Tell us all about them on the Edward Andrews Homes’ Facebook page.

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