Phoenix textile technology manufacturer Phoenix Technology Group has developed an Android application that enables owners of smartphones and tablets to buy homes on the open market, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.
The company has also announced a series of new smartphone and tablet apps that are expected to launch in 2018.
The new applications, called “RealTiles,” will be able to purchase homes in Arizona and other parts of the United States on an open market.
The applications will also allow owners to view their home’s history, and then buy a home if they’re interested in buying a certain type of home, according the report.
Phoenix Technology has said that it will be adding new real estate apps to its existing suite of apps and has begun beta testing the first apps for Apple iOS and Android devices.
In addition to offering owners the ability to purchase real estate directly from its Phoenix Technology website, the company has created a number of apps that will allow users to view the company’s inventory of real estate and other properties, view the current status of a transaction and provide updates on a specific property’s status.
The new apps will be launched in the coming months, according a company representative.
The RealTiles application has not yet been made available for download to the public, but it is expected to include an interface for purchasing and viewing real estate properties, as well as information about how to buy a house in a specific location.
The RealTile application can be used to buy, sell, and exchange real estate through an online platform, the spokesperson said.
Phoenix Technology has already been a leading manufacturer of smartphone and computer-controlled devices, according, and is known for its smartphone products.
Its real estate business has grown rapidly in recent years, with the company now making more than $3 billion in annual revenue.
Phoenix technology has been a major player in the real estate market since it started manufacturing smartphones in 2008.
In 2010, Phoenix’s first smartphone, the Droid, was launched and quickly became a hit among consumers, which it quickly captured.
Phoenix’s sales tripled during the following year and reached $30 million in 2015.