Choosing an apartment is a difficult process. There is so much information you have to keep in mind in order to ensure you make the right decision. The founders of Zamatec thought this way, and that’s why they decided to hire an app developer. They wanted to make it much easier to choose an apartment. Look through all available real estate conveniently – on the map or through a list. Check detailed information about the property. With the features of Zamatec app, you will purchase your apartment in no time.

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LIST OF HOUSES

Here you can see all the Zamatec buildings where you can purchase an Here you can see all the Zamatec buildings where you can purchase an apartment. All of them are categorized by the region of the city. This way, it will be easy for you to understand which buildings to check out. Functionality was created so ordinary and plain, that even an old people could understand how it works. Readable fonts, pleasant colors, and good-looking buttons make the app very modern.

MAP OF HOUSES

This tab has the map with pins that show the locations of Zamatec buildings. This way, you can choose the building, which location you like, and more information about it. To do so, simply click on the pin of the appropriate house.

HOUSE PROFILE

This screen gives you a detailed overview of the house. Release date, purchase details, contact with sales department, and information about the house including number of floors, playgrounds nearby, and infrastructure in the district.

TECHNOLOGY

The app has a very low weight. Because all of the information about new build objects and photos of houses are loaded from a server, on which there is an admin panel. All content is stored in the database on a server. So, Zamatec app works very quickly. It is one of the first mobile applications created by ANODA mobile development agency and we are really proud about our work

CAST

iOS Developer
Oksana Kovalchuk
UI Designer
Alex Zavrazhniy
Project Manager
Alex Zavrazhniy
Release Date
June 15, 2013

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