Garage Sale Mapping App Debuts
App aims to be become the ultimate garage saler’s tool.
SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA – In light of the current uprising in mobile apps and a growing surplus of stuff due to housing downsizing after a 20 housing boom, Navigation App , a company based in Mendota Heights, Minnesota, officially launched their free app Garage Sale Rover for garage sale fanatics on May 1st, 2012.
Garage Sale Rover features a map with garage sales, yard sales and estate sales in a user’s area. Chris Janota a seasoned garage saler who founded the app owns and developed Garage Sale Rover. Janota came up with the idea for the app because garage sale hunting is inherently a mobile activity so he focused his effort to create what he calls “the ultimate garage sale tool.” With gas prices near record levels the app offers features that help users spend less time on the road and more time at garage sales. “After you experience the voice guided turn-by-turn Navigation, Route Optimization and Neighborhood Preview features you can’t do without them.”
Janota is a long time eBayer, Amazon Marketplace seller and resale store owner who frequently garage sales to generate inventory for his businesses. “When time is precious on Saturday mornings, serious garage salers want the garage sale source that offers themost sales to ensure their not needlessly driving too much and missing out on treasures. “
Garage Sale Rover offers the nations largest source of garage sales. They compile U.S. listings from Craigslist and 350 newspaper classified services. “Many of our sales are added by our users,” he added. If you are preparing your Saturday morning route or you’re organizing your city-wide garage sale you can go to our website to quickly add sales in bulk to Rover.” They accept sales through express form on garagesalerover.com.Contact: Chris Janota Founder and developer, Garage Sale Rover, mx123.com