6 Essential Singapore Realtor Apps For Your iPhone

As Blackberry loses its market share further and failing to roll out its BB OS10 this year, I’ve mawkishly swapped to the latest iPhone 5 since we are promised by Apple that it should have a better standby battery life and talk time (the main disadvantage of the phone since the battery is integrated).

Geared with the iPhone as the main arsenal to my business, here are my must have apps for work which you might find them useful for you as well:-

1. Streetsine

The best tool ever developed to help agents get the earliest possible information on the local property market real-time. Use this and you look like a pro anytime, anywhere :) I’m on the investor subscription since Streetsine was born and I’m still loving it. Benefits of using this app includes

  • real-time update of property prices
  • location & amenities around 2km vicinity
  • comparative projects around search subject
  • useful listings from fellow Realtors using Streetsine

If you do not deal with commercial properties, you can opt for the Professional version (S$659 annually). If you’d like to use two instance of the app in both your iPad and iPhone, go for the Investor version ($959 annually).

Look out for “Streetsine” in the AppStore.

2. Sugarsync


We can start the Dropbox vs. Sugarsync debacle again, but this is what I use. This great cloud storage offers 5gb free and has solutions for all your smart devices (Android, Blackberry, iPad, iPhone duh). Sugarsync can be useful when Continue reading “6 Essential Singapore Realtor Apps For Your iPhone”

Facebook Gets Beautiful Girls Dancing Email Phishing Hoax

Email Phishing attacks finally hits Facebook as this email hits my mailbox,

Messages from Your Friends on Facebook, March 11, 2009

You have 1 Personal Message:
Video title: “Amanda is dancing on Striptease Dance Party, March 10, 2009! We’re absolutely shocked!”.

Proceed to view full video message:

http://facebook.shared.alternative.personalid-bj9qcfdgr.InterstitialControl.needplaeradobe.com/home.htm?/OnlineServlet/application=qsty22ysl0d4pgn (rubbish, please do not be fooled)

Message ID: FB-l45gbluauk1s3zt
2009 Facebook community, Message Center.

I haven’t tried clicking the above link as I’m sure it brings you to nowhere good. Should it be phishing for your personal data, I’d suggest you change your password of your Facebook account immediately if you have accidentally logged into that site.

To understand fully what is phishing attacks, check out Wiki’s explanation.

We’ll see Facebook sending official emails to warn everyone soon I’m very sure.