Android Recieves Free RepairPal App

Do you have a lot of car issues? Do you worry about not getting a fair quote when you head into the shop due to inexperience? Well worry no longer! RepairPal gives rough estimates on repair costs on over 40 different cars, finds you a repair shop, and can even get you roadside assistance if necessary! Originally on the iPhone, the company decided to jump on board the “Fastest Growing Mobile Platform.” Yep, that would be Android! The full press release is after the break. Do you use the RepairPal website? Have you been waiting for this moment to come? You can pick up the app with the QR code below. Let us know what you think in the comments!

[via RepairPal]

New Version Provides Access to All Major Functionality on the Fastest Growing Mobile Platform

August 10, 2010, Emeryville, CA –  RepairPal (, the leading online destination for auto repair and maintenance information, today announced that its RepairPrice Estimator, industry-leading directory of shops and dealerships, and instant roadside assistance are now available for Android mobile devices. This version maintains the same ease of use and highly actionable information accessible through RepairPal’s award-winning iPhone App and mobile website, RepairPal’s mobile apps have nearly 1 million users.

“Since the launch of our iPhone app we’ve received a continuous stream of requests for mobile versions compatible with BlackBerry and Android devices,” said David Sturtz, CEO, RepairPal. “The mobile website gives BlackBerry users easy access to our content and now Android users have their own native app.” Sturtz continues, “Our goal of providing high-quality, unbiased information wherever our users need it has taken a major step forward with this release. For our advertisers, this new app represents RepairPal’s entry into the fastest growing mobile platform, with more than 200,000 phones being added per day, and giving them access to a huge new base of potential customers.”

RepairPal’s new Android app enables consumers to:

  • Get RepairPal’s proprietary RepairPrice Estimates for each of the 40 car makes, 100 most common repairs and services, and 42,000 zip codes RepairPal covers
  • Access one-touch roadside assistance anywhere in the U.S. (no membership required)
  • Find quality shops and dealerships, including user reviews and ratings, via RepairPal’s GPS-enabled directory

To get more information or to download any of our free apps, visit

About RepairPal
Award-winning RepairPal is the leading automotive resource delivering free, “instant” RepairPrice Estimates via the Web and its award-winning iPhone application. RepairPal provides the most accurate auto repair and maintenance information available anytime, anywhere, built by its team of factory-trained and ASE-certified technicians. RepairPal’s patent-pending technology generates more than 70 billion unique RepairPrice Estimates for almost all passenger vehicles and every zip code in the country. It also has the most comprehensive directory of auto repair facilities in the U.S. and a proprietary database of each model’s common problems. RepairPal is an Approved Vendor for the Automotive Service Councils of California (ASCCA) and a Member Benefit for the Automotive Service Association (ASA). It has established partnerships with AAA (Northern California, Nevada & Utah), AOL Autos, TireMonkey, CustomerLink,, Bosch, AutoNation and several others. RepairPal is headquartered in Emeryville, CA. For more information, please visit or

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