Technology

LimoForSale Gets New App Updates

Tim Crowley
Posted on March 24, 2014

TORRANCE, Calif. — LimoForSale.com has seen a steady growth of downloads for both its iOS and Android Apps since their premiere at the beginning of this year, and now with the latest updates it is even easier for operators to browse and search for livery vehicles for sale across the country.

The iOS App opening menu gives you a number of options to refine your search, starting with the most recently posted listings and moving down to browsing by body style, coach builder, and location. The listings near me tab is a great way to search for vehicles for sale in any area. You can see if there are any listings within a designated mile radius from your location, and you can also scroll to other locations to see what listing choices are available there.

When looking for vehicles, the listings have interactive contact information so you can email, call, or visit the company website at the push of a button. The photos can easily be scrolled through and zoomed in on for detailed viewings of the vehicles.

The Android App has a slightly different opening screen view, but many of the functions, like location search and browsing filters, operate the same. In both apps, one of the useful tools is that you can favorite selected vehicles as you browse, so you can view the top-picks side-by-side for comparisons.

Both Apps are free to download.

You can download the iOS App here, at the iTunes store.

And at the Google Play Store for the Android App.

Browsing by body style.
Browsing by body style.
The opening page for the Android App.
The opening page for the Android App.

— Tim Crowley, LCT senior editor

Related Topics: buying vehicles, Limoforsale.com, mobile applications, mobile technology

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