Top iOS Apps To Help You Find The Best Car Suited For You


These days, everything is turned into an app, even one that gives you price lists of cars and gives you the power to buy one.

Top iOS Apps To Help You Find The Best Car Suited For You

Check out these iOS apps that help would-be car owners get the one they need.

1. Kelley Blue Book

Kelley Blue Book is a popular auto price platform for buyers and sellers alike. In the app, you can easily find the car you want and do a side-by-side comparison with a few other choices. Type in the car make and model and you’ll be able to see how much it’s worth in the current market.

2. AutoTrader

Allows iOS phone owners to browse cars in their local area, replete with useful information such as car details, pricing and vehicle history reports (if applicable). Moreover, you can pull up car reviews for a more informed buying decision. The app also allows for instant offers if you want to trade in your old car.

3. allows for specific car searches with filters such as body style, fuel type, transmission, color and others. Moreover, you can browse through editorial reviews and user-submitted ones as well. Last but not the least, there’s a monthly payment calculator that can come in handy during your search for the perfect car.

4. Used Car Search Pro

One of the best iOS apps for used car buyers. You can search by date listed, mileage, price, location and whatnot. Sign up and you can even get real-time notifications on price drops of your “favorited” automobiles.

Sometimes, using a browser is still the best way to do your search. There’s no need to download anything. As long as you’re online, whether on your computer or mobile, you can have a close look at a comprehensive list of cars.

PriceMyCar is a good alternative to apps. The site presents actual pricing data, competitive quotes and resell values that help consumers in their search. Signing up is free, and you get access to a huge list of vehicle makes and models available on a nationwide scale.


Lucy Bennett

Lucy Bennett is a Contributing Editor at iLounge. She has been writing about Apple and technology for over six years. Prior to joining iLounge, Lucy worked as a writer for several online publications.