With Zillow Digs, consumers can browse more than 100,000 photos of kitchens, bathrooms, outdoor spaces and more – organized by space, style, cost and color. Patent-pending Digs Estimates help people understand what it would cost to recreate similar rooms in their area.
Additionally, users can engage and interact with a passionate home design community, and the new app makes it even easier for users to capture, save or share photos of rooms they see and love – for free, right from their phones.
“Since its initial launch in February 2013, Zillow Digs has built a vibrant community of home design enthusiasts and professionals, who voraciously are adding content and photos. Zillow Digs App on iPhone and iPod touch makes it not only easy to be inspired wherever, whenever, but also simple for our users to capture, share and engage on designs they love,” said Amy Bohutinsky, Zillow chief marketing officer.
This universal update to the Zillow Digs App takes full advantage of iOS 7, bringing content to the forefront, with wall-to-wall photos and utilization of visual depth to facilitate app navigation.
To date, users have “dug” more than 1 million photos, created more than 160,000 boards of ideas and decor they love and contributed more than 85,000 photos.
The Zillow Digs App is available free of charge here.
Edited by Gordana Davila