MagicPlan releases new version of its popular room-scanning app

Version 8 of the app, which has 18 million downloads, uses 3D scanning to capture measurements and indicate doors and windows automatically.

Tour24’s self-guided apartment tours are catching on — is residential next?

Tour24 is an app that helps prospective renters tour apartments on their own. A leasing office can determine the hours the app allows, monitor time-in and out, and set the schedules for the validity of the smart lock’s access code.

Lifestyle-driven portal LandOnEarth announces national beta launch

LandOnEarth is a new home search portal now in beta that focuses on lifestyle before availability and helps agents interact and manage their business.

How Curaytor is solving the Instagram marketing puzzle

Real estate sales and marketing platform Curaytor announced Wednesday, via Instagram, that customers are now able to integrate the popular picture-based social medium into their marketing plans. Curaytor will only communicate via The Gram for the next …

WATCH: R u messaging ur clients? How texting has evolved

See how texting has evolved with advances in geotagging and smart-sign technology, and learn how to get the most out of your messages to clients.

Black Knight announces new productivity mobile app Paragon Connect

Black Knight is one of the real estate industry’s largest players in MLS technology, and this week it announced the launch of Paragon Connect, a companion mobile solution to its Paragon Collaboration Center Consumer Portal.

OutboundEngine launches new updated lead-gen apps for mobile

The company has smartly evolved into mobile marketing, launching a quasi-omnichannel solution for iOS and Android that will help agents manage their web-wide persona, better vet leads and, as the company stated in a phone call, forget about their deskt…

Union Street Media’s omnichannel approach is helping indie brokers beat portals

Social, search, display. This Burlington, Vermont, company helps 500-plus real estate clients engage, nurture and close more buyers and sellers with only 30 employees.

Keller Williams debuts Command, its new AI-powered CRM

To produce Command, Keller Williams worked with 27,000 people — many of them agents — and had engineers go through other CRMs to see what worked well. The goal was to create something that was customizable and that could be configured to the needs of agents.

HomeLight’s new app will let agents present iBuyer offers

HomeLight is launching a new tool called Simple Sale, available first as a website and later as a mobile app for agents, that acts as a kind of clearing house for various iBuyers.