London (PRWEB UK) 13 June 2012
The ability to rent a room in London goes mobile with the new yChatter Android and iPhone apps. The apps provide a new way to find a flatmate in an interactive way never seen before, while flatmates and owners are on the go.
yChatter users can stay organised without having to keep papers or other information about accommodation that they might lose. The app provides one safe place for all the information about flats to rent in London right on their mobile phone so they can access these details anytime they need to, even when they are on the go.
The app links to the company’s website, yChatter.com, which allows renters and property owners or those in a flatshare to connect privately without revealing their contact information. Owners can create a listing for their house share or the room they have to rent. Renters can set up a profile with the specifications of the type of room to rent or house share they are looking for. They can browse the listings to find a room to rent according to the specifications in their profile, or they can look at all of the listings to find out what kinds of flats are available. The yChatter Apps even utilise the phone’s GPS in their profile by conducting a search for flats to rent that are nearby the renter’s current location.
Renters can place their favorite house share or flats to rent on their watch list, and owners can see who is watching their property. The yChatter app also allows renters to send messages to property owners about their room to rent or house share to ask questions and book a viewing. When a viewing is booked, that information is also kept safely in the user’s mobile phone. All of this can be done without the users revealing their contact information because they can communicate directly through yChatter.
The yChatter app is available on iTunes and the Google Play. yChatter is a free service that allows renters to find a room to rent or house share more easily by sorting search results for flats to rent in London according to the criteria they list in their profile.
David Robertson, co-founder of yChatter.com, says, “We are very excited about launching the yChatter app to most popular types of mobile phones in London. We are positive that renters will appreciate being able to keep organised in their search for a house share or to rent a room in the UK.”