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Room-scanning app MagicPlan launches new app version

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Popular room-scanning app MagicPlan’s newest update now uses 3D scanning to capture measurements and indicate doors and windows automatically. The app is available on the app store, currently at no charge. 

Inman | Craig C. Rowe

The days of real estate agents carrying a measuring tape might soon be over, thanks to the ongoing advancements in apps like MagicPlan that make capturing the structural details of a listing easier — and more fun — than most thought would be possible on an iPhone.

This week, MagicPlan announced a new version of its 18-million-download iOS room-scanning app.

Version 8 is updated to further streamline the digital 3D measurement and layout of any room by automatically indicating doors and windows as a user points-and-clicks to measure corner-to-corner and from floor to ceiling.

To read the full article, click here: MagicPlan releases new version of its popular room-scanning app

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