Rightmove Property Search
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Bought to you from the UK’s number one property website, the Rightmove property search app for iOS lets you search over a million properties on the go from the palm of your hand.
What you’ll love about the Rightmove property app:
- Sign up to instant property alerts to be notified as soon as a new property matching your criteria appears on Rightmove
- Find the right home, near the right school with our ‘School Checker’ tool
- Sync and share your saved properties and searches seamlessly across all your devices
- Big, beautiful property photos viewable in full screen will help you get a feel of the property
- Floorplans to help you understand the layout of a property
- View the sold price history of over 26 million UK properties
- Find out which stations and schools are near a property to build up an idea of the local area
- Seamless switch between view types (map, list or grid)
- See a property you’d like to view? Enquire directly via phone or email without leaving the app
- Share property with friends and family on Facebook, Twitter, via email or SMS
Use the app on your iPhone and/or iPad, and by syncing with your myRightmove account, ensure you can pick up where you left off each and every time.
Covering properties from all over England, Scotland and Wales, Rightmove has the largest number of UK properties for sale and to rent, as well as the largest number of advertising estate agents.
As well as covering circa 90% of all properties for sale, Rightmove can also help you with your property research, with valuable information on previous sold prices and market information.
If you’re looking to buy, sell, rent or let a property, find your happy with the Rightmove iOS app!
Love this app? We want to hear about it!
If you love the Rightmove app or have an idea of how we could make it even better, we’d love to hear about it! Simply tweet us @Rightmove to let us know.
What's New in Version 4.15
- NEW! Updated design on iPhone Gallery Search Results means property listings have bigger photos, additional information and are easier to read.
- Saved Properties are now sortable by price and date added/reduced
- Added/reduced date now shows on Property Details
Latest update is not an improvement
This last app update has changed things that previously always worked fine. ie my saved propertys have jumbled up - before they were in order of when I saved them. Which, if you have three hundred like me it's made a big difference. They now reflect my main search option ie if I put in filter to save from highest price the saved properties do the same. Why? Before it was fine. Other updates not good either ... Just as the Rightmove web version has changed for the worse they've now made the app version worse too ! Well done rightmove ... changing things for the sake of changing is not a good idea. You were always the best now it's like your design team are 'On The Market' wannabes. Ridiculous ! Go back to being the best and stop copying inferior websites/apps.
Worse than it was, and things which need fixing aren't
I've been using this app for a while to judge if there's any decent places to rent around here. Unfortunately, any searches which include studio flats will also include shops and offices, even if you filter the search so it shouldn't include commercial. Add to that the abundance of house shares without any way of filtering them out means that you can spend 5 minutes scrolling through the app before something that isn't an office, shop or house share comes up. It's only good point is that I haven't found another app which actually does filter searches well.
If it ain't broke, fix it until it is...
Just like the desktop version, "new and improved" means bigger pictures, so fewer properties show above the fold with more scrolling needed, 'Added/reduced today' in same colour as main text and at bottom of each property rather than in orange alongside price with result it's harder to scan etc. Haven't tried this on my very slow home broadband (high speed not available) but suspect the bigger images will also mean *even* slower to load. *Not* an improvement at all