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Lonny? There's an App For That; Redfin's 'Iconic Homes'

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EVERYWHERELonny finally has an iPad app: the magazine, which launched in 2009 and was acquired by Zimbio Inc. (recently renamed Livingly Media) in July, is available in subscription form ($2.99 for a single issue, $1.99 for a monthly subscription, and $19.99 for a yearly subscription). The product "makes its articles and photography all the more accessible," according to reps; "do-it-yourself interior designers and decorating aficionados can now easily keep up with the latest trends or peruse three years' worth of back issues from the Lonny archive." [CurbedWire Inbox; previously]

THE INTERNET—Redfin is on the hunt for the country's "most iconic homes," ones that are "currently for sale and embody the look and feel of a city," according to the release. "Whether it is a houseboat in Seattle, a classic Tudor in Chicago, or a Colonial in Boston, any home for sale in one of [Redfin's] 18 regions can be nominated for the title of 'most iconic.'" The open call for nominations, which runs through Oct. 21, is accessible on Facebook, or simply Tweet the listing URL to @Redfin with the hashtag #iconichomes. More info, right this way. [CurbedWire Inbox]

THE INTERNET—Move.com has acquired Relocation.com, "an online marketplace that connects home buyers and renters with moving and storage professionals." "This deal is another step toward our goal of creating a one-stop destination for the industry's most comprehensive and accurate real estate listings, as well as providing services like moving and storage that make the real estate process easier and more convenient for consumers," says Move.com CEO Steve Berkowitz in a statement. [CurbedWire Inbox]