IRVINE, CA - Kelley Blue Book, a provider of new- and used-car information, announced the availability of its mobile application lineup and offers shopping tips for this season's car shopper. offers free, interactive applications for iPhone, Windows Phone 7 and Android users. In addition, non-Smartphone users can access trusted Kelley Blue Book information from the company's mobile-optimized website.'s mobile applications and optimized website give all mobile phone users access to new- and used-car Kelley Blue Book Values, including MSRP, Invoice, Fair Purchase Price, Certified Pre-Owned, Suggested Retail, Private Party and Trade-In Values, which are helpful for making this a 'December to Remember.' Wherever they may be, car buyers and sellers can use this information in vehicle transaction negotiations to ensure they get the best deal possible during the holiday season.

Using any of's available mobile apps, shoppers gain the vehicle details they need to help make an educated purchase decision. The apps have several helpful features such as a dealer locator with detailed maps and directions, vehicle photos, and the latest new-car reviews.'s Twitter feed also is included in the app with insight into the latest automotive news and information from Kelley Blue Book's experts and enthusiasts. All applications currently are (or have placed among) the top 10 free applications in the lifestyle category.

"The applications for iPhone, Windows Phone 7 and Android users, as well as our mobile-optimized site for non-Smartphone users, all allow shoppers to pocket a plethora of car-buying information to assist in the research and purchase process," said Justin Yaros, executive vice president of product design and development for Kelley Blue Book's "With available holiday and year-end deals, being armed with trusted information while on-the-go during the car-shopping process helps instill confidence in users' ultimate car-buying decisions. is certain that Santa uses these applications in his own car-shopping endeavors."

Specifically for the Android, the app features a widget that can be positioned on the user's home screen to track their vehicle's value. Whether users want to track their trade-in value prior to buying a car or stay up-to-date on their car value's performance in the marketplace, the widget provides the latest information. The widget can be accessed after downloading the app. Configure the widget by long-clicking an empty space on the Android desktop, choose "Android Widgets," and then select the widget from the menu. As the latest application to launch, Android users also have a winter-themed "Easter egg" within the app, featuring snow and a sledding child.

To download the iPhone app, visit the iTunes store. To download the Windows Phone 7 app, visit the Windows Phone Marketplace via any Windows Phone. To download the Android app, visit from any Android device. To access the optimized site, visit on a mobile device to be automatically redirected.


  1. Check Your Trade-In Value - While on the lot, check your vehicle's trade-in value to ensure you are getting a fair deal. The apps allow you to find your current ride and determine its value based on its condition.

  2. Do Your Research - All the information you need to put together a short list of favorite vehicles is available on's mobile applications, including real-world values, vehicle options, and more.

  3. View Expert Reviews - apps offer expert video and written reviews of your favorite vehicles. Check out what stands out to our editors.

  4. Locate a Dealer - Within all mobile applications, you can locate the dealer closest to you and view detailed maps and directions.

  5. Request a Quote - Directly from the mobile app, request a quote from your nearby dealerships to ensure you are getting the best deal possible. Also determine if there are any specials or incentives for the vehicle you want.

  6. Drive Two or Three Different Models - It's easy to enjoy a test drive in the vehicle at the top of your list, but without driving one or two others to compare, you might easily miss out on something you'd like even more.

  7. Buying New? - Always use a vehicle's Fair Purchase Price, found within's app, and not Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP), as your basis for comparing vehicle pricing and negotiating with the dealer. Fair Purchase Price reports what buyers actually are paying for new cars in your area, which often is hundreds or even thousands of dollars less than MSRP. The Fair Purchase Price of your next vehicle can be found within the mobile applications. If you are not ready to buy, come back to the app at a later date to see your recent or favorite searches in the 'Saved' section of the app.

For more information about the app and other mobile offerings from Kelley Blue Book's, visit iPhone is a registered trademark of Apple, Inc. Android is a trademark of Google Inc.