Have you seen what’s hidden within the RPR app icon?

Real estate agents rely on RPR Mobile for quick access to virtually everything they want to know about on-or-off market properties, neighborhoods, schools, market activity and, of course, the best-in-class, customizable and co-branded reports. Now, getting your hands on the RPR data you need is even easier.

Introducing, digital shortcuts to the features you use most, now within the RPR app. Known as 3D Touch on iOS and Quick Shortcuts on Android, the shortcuts are really all about efficiency, enabling users to gain quick access to favorite RPR features such as nearby properties, an agent’s current listings, recent reports, and saved searches*.

To engage the shortcut, firmly press the RPR app icon from your device’s home screen. A menu will appear with quick access to:

  • This Property

    Shows the on-market property nearest your location

  • My Listing

    Displays a list of your current listings in RPR

  • Recent Reports

    Access a list of reports you have run the the last 30-days

  • Saved Searches

    Quickly recall previously saved searches

*RPR’s Touch functionality available on qualified OS versions (iOS10 and above [Phone 6s and newer] and Android 7.1 and above).

18 replies
  1. Margo
    Margo says:

    Doesn’t seem to work. When you firmly press the RPR icon on the ipad, the only thing that happens is I get the ‘x’ in the upper corner of the icon, which is the delete the app option. If the RPR icon is lightly touched, the app opens to its regular home screen. Another suggestion for the app in the ipad/iphone?

  2. mike
    mike says:

    i’m using rpr v1.64.05(353) on samsung note 8 using android v 7.1.1 and i don’t have this functionality. how do i get it?

    • Reggie Nicolay
      Reggie Nicolay says:

      Hi Mike,
      First can you confirm that you have upgraded your RPR app? I want to make sure it’s current. Please let me know and I will dig deeper.

  3. Dustin
    Dustin says:

    funny…i haven’t even tried it yet, but like everything associated with my MLS all the way up to NAR, it doesn’t work like I would like and I get to pay for it anyway. Great responses. Thanks.

    • Reggie Nicolay
      Reggie Nicolay says:

      Hi Dustin, The feature does work. What complicates things is that each phone/operating system is slightly different. For example, on the Apple side it’s called 3D Touch and requires certain hardware (iPhone 6 and newer) running iOS10 or newer and on the Android side they call it App Shortcuts and it was only supported on devices running 7.1 or higher.

  4. Cosmin
    Cosmin says:

    Same here using Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (Android 7). If I “firmly press” the icon (which I understand I have to keep it pressed longer, not just to tap it like usual), it opens the uninstall menu which is common for each app on the phone. If I just tap it, it opens like regular app. No fancy menu/shortcuts working here.
    Is this a feature meant to work only on some specific devices and specific version of software?! If so, then it sucks!

    • Reggie Nicolay
      Reggie Nicolay says:

      Hi Cosmin,
      Unfortunately Android did not introduce support for Quick Shortcuts until Android 7.1. So your phones operating system does not support.

    • Reggie Nicolay
      Reggie Nicolay says:

      There are a few different ways with the app, but here is the quickest:

      • Open RPR Mobile
      • Press “Reports” button
      • Type address of subject property, press Search
      • Press “Mini Property Report” (Or Choose a different options)
      • Press Next
      • If you want to email the report, choose Email and enter email address. If you want to send via text message, choose Download.

      When the report is ready, preview then choose share icon to Text.

      Hope this helps.

  5. Michelle
    Michelle says:

    I have RPR v 1.66.06 on the Galaxy S8 Note. Not able to see this information. The options I have are to remove the shortcut, sleep, uninstall, app info.
    This seems like it would be useful, if only I could get it.


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