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Get advice on the most commonly used and recommended devices for the Property Inspect app

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Written by Steve Rad
Updated over a week ago

We're often asked what is the best device to use the PropertyInspect app on, so this article outlines some of ours and our customers experiences with different devices.

This article will be updated every few months, so check back in the future if you're thinking of purchasing new hardware.

Apple iOS

Typically, we would always recommend the latest Apple devices. Apple iOS is as straightforward to use as it is powerful, and we prefer the performance of the app using Apple devices based on our experience.

The following models are recommended in order from oldest to newest for both Smartphone and Tablet categories.

iPhone 12 / Pro / Max

iPhone 13 / Pro / Max

iPhone 14 / Pro / Max

iPhone 15 / Pro / Max

iPad Mini: 6th generation (2021)

iPad: 9th generation (2021)

iPad Air: 5th generation (2022)

iPad: 10th generation (2022)

iPad Pro 11-inch: 4th generation (2022)

iPad Pro 12.9-inch: 6th generation (2022)

Google Android

There is a considerably larger variety of Android devices on the market that would be suitable enough for basic use of the App (shorter, less detailed reports with less than 100 photos). For more demanding use of the app (large detailed reports with hundreds or even thousands of photos, audio and/or video) we recommend newer, more expensive devices.

Unlike Apple, Android devices rely more on the device specs to offer good performance. We recommend devices with at least 6GB of ram and 2ghz processor. You would expect to be paying at least £400 for these devices new.

Google Pixel 8 / Pro

Google Pixel 7 / Pro

Samsung S24 / Plus / Ultra

Samsung S23 / Plus / Ultra

OnePlus 10T

OnePlus 10 Pro

Samsung Galaxy Tab S9

Lenovo Tab P12 Pro

As there are so many devices using Android we can't comment on every one, however any device with at least 6GB ram and an 10MP camera should provide reasonable performance and quality.

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