The DotLoop iPad app is out, and from what I've heard, it's pretty good! Once you download the app, you'll need to log in with the email address and password that myKW uses to automatically log you in. The problem is, since myKW automatically log you in, you probably don't know what the email address and password is. The steps below will help you to find that email address, and create a password to log into the app.
Did you know? Every agent with Keller Williams Realty Elite is able to use Market Leader's KWKLY (Text-to-Lead) service for FREE.
KWKLY is a service that allows home buyers driving by a property to get listing info and photos instantly as an MMS/text message on their phone. This is great for home buyers interested in your listing, but it's even better for you, the agent. As the agent, you receive a text message for every inquiry on your listing that includes the phone number of the person who texted about your listing. That means a new lead for you, and the opportunity to instantly call back your new lead (no impersonal emails here!).
Even better—KWKLY remembers everyone who's texted on your listing, so you can log into kwkly.com to send a text blast to your KWKLY leads for price improvements and open home opportunities.
With spring and summer starting, home buyers will be driving around looking at homes. Be ready to convert lookie-loos into buyers with KWKLY!
iMagnet Phone Mount
The iMagnet is a car mount for your phone that uses magnetism rather than cumbersome brackets to hold your phone. It works by inserting a very thin, metal disc between your phone and your phone's case (if you have an iPhone), or you can insert the disc under your battery cover (for phones with removable batteries). The magnet is in the rubber head of the mount, and won't scratch your phone.
The magnetic hold means all you have to do to mount your phone is slap it onto the mount—no resizing or pressing into brackets required! And the magnet is strong enough to withstand bumps in the road (no plans to test it in an accident, though).
The mount's head can be adjusted about 45-degrees (less than I'd like), and the base uses a sticky suction pad which means it's very strong, and can be cleaned off under running water without ruining its stickiness.
I have mine mounted at the top-left corner of my windshield so I have a heads-up display for my GPS app, phone calls, text messages, and music controls. I've even made FaceTime video calls while driving.
Limeade Burst Battery Pack
$25 from Amazon.com
Limeade's Burst battery pack is my choice for the best emergency recharging option. Despite a somewhat minor flaw, there are more pros that outweigh any cons.
First, the pros: This is the only battery pack that I know of that has BOTH a built-in, standard USB charger for charging itself AND a built-in, Lightning cable for charging (some) Apple devices (more on that later). Not only that, but both cables tuck away into the battery case, and blend in with the design.
Secondly, there are two USB ports at the bottom of the case to charge any other USB devices. While the built-in Lightning cable can only charge Apple devices, you can plug any other USB cable into the bottom ports to charge non-Apple devices. One port is 1 amp (for small devices like phones), the other port is 2.1 amps (for larger devices like tablets). Can the battery charge more than one device at a time? Absolutely. I've charged my iPhone 5S and iPad mini together.
Finally, the battery's capacity is pretty generous. At 5000 mAh (milliampre hours), it can, theoretically, fully charge an iPhone 5S almost 3.5 times (although 2.5 full charges is more realistic), and provide one full charge to an iPad mini.
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