Property listings portal MagicBricks announced today the launch of their WAP portal, Magicbricks Mobile. The company claims that the portal has been optimised to load faster than any other mobile site in the same category, and can be accessed from a variety of devices and not just smartphones.
Sudhir Pai, Business Head, MagicBricks.com, said, “MagicBricks Mobile is the fastest mobile experience offered by any property portal in this space, with enhanced UI and navigation, intuitive refine and search options. Property seekers can now find their dream home and contact the seller, within seconds from their cell phone.”
Any GPRS enabled mobile user can search for properties to buy or rent based on property type, budget, city, locality, bedrooms and even property owner (individual, broker, builder). They can view details of interesting property listings directly from their cell phones.
The users can also then use the site to contact the concerned person, with a phone call or SMS, without having to exit the WAP site, and there are a number of other features like locality based price trends which users can access.
According to the company, the mobile site has been purpose designed to include no animations or large images, and also caches user data and searches, to maximise the speed of operation for the WAP portal.
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