By Airbnb, Inc.
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Make travel planning as mobile as you are with the Airbnb iPhone App! Airbnb opens the door to the world’s most interesting places to stay and is the simplest way to earn money from your extra space. With over 600,000 listings in more than 34,000 cities, Airbnb connects you with the experience that’s right for you.
Message hosts and guests, gush over your itinerary, explore fairytale destinations, and add unforgettable digs to your Wish List. Make that penthouse, yurt, or treehouse your next home...or open up your own space to travelers.
Download the Airbnb iPhone App and start traveling the world with a few simple taps.
• Discover thousands of places to stay in more than 34,000 cities
• Book one-of-a-kind accommodations and find rooms for rent directly from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
• Search for last-minute accommodations anywhere in the world
• Find long-term sublets in thousands of cities
• Access your itinerary, message your host, and get directions to your listing
• Explore legendary properties, vacation homes, and apartments, and add them to your Wish List to share with your friends
Manage your listing and connect with guests wherever you are in the world.
• List your space and manage your listing directly from your phone
• Get acquainted with potential guests before you say yes
• Accept, decline, pre-approve, and send special offers to guests on the go
• Manage your inquiries, respond to messages, and check off your To-Dos from your Host Home
• Visit our Hospitality Standards to learn what guests expect before they arrive
• Update your calendar availability with ease
• Access Groups to connect with your host community
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What's New in Version 15.25
We fixed a bug, so now you can easily share your favorite listings when planning your next trip.
The idea is for young and broke kids w/ no standards
The whole shared economy concept, which is what airbnb is about, is great for young (25 max) people with little money and even littler expectations. Airbnb's inventory is mostly the extra bedroom or worse living room couch, in people's subpar homes. This is like paying to crash at someone's pad. I'm staying with traditional hotel lodgings as at least there is a cancellation policy and some sort of customer expectation and level of privacy. Airbnb has a customer hotline, in case of grievances, but it's staff of 2 are both unhappy tech dropouts who are obviously unhappy with their jobs. I stayed in an airbnb "host" twice and both times it was exactly the type of people who would let complete strangers into their homes for $60. I can only imagine what type of desperation would let you to invite a total stranger into the intimacy of your home for less than $100. If you want minimal privacy, maximum awkwardness and uncomfortable furnishings with no quality control or customer service as recourse, then airbnb is for you.
Not only do I host for AirBnb but I have also been a guest. This app is great! You can meet really cool locals when you're traveling and if you do the proper research you can find some really awesome places to stay. I've rented someone's extra home and have also had guests stay in my extra room. All of my experiences with AirBnb have been positive. Be smart and stay with people who have been verified, have good reviews, and have lots of details and photos. If you are dumb enough to stay with someone who has little info then you deserve the bad experience. If you're s grumpy old man and want to stick to "hotels and lodges" then please do so, the cool people of AirBnb don't want you anyway!
Is an alternate approach to travel
Is not about going against hotels, having 25 and no money or being desperate to host for $60. Is about another way of traveling, another experience. Is alternate to traditional traveling which is fine and totally worth as an option. But Airbnb is about having the chance of living an experience that would be virtually impossible otherwise, whether you are a young person saving money and discovery the world, or being a wealthy person living alternative experiences. Personally I prefer no to share with the host, there's a great offering for that, is not just about saving money, is about having alternatives for travel experiences.
- Category: Travel
- Updated: Jun 22, 2015
- Version: 15.25
- Size: 64.6 MB
- Languages: English, Bokmål, Norwegian, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Icelandic, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Seller: Airbnb, Inc.
- ©2015 Airbnb, Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus.