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Australia’s new pool sharing app Swimply allows users to borrow other people’s swimming facilities

Dive in to Australia’s brand new pool sharing app Swimply that allows users to borrow other people’s swimming facilities whenever they like

  • Swimply launched on Tuesday and available for NSW, Queensland and Victoria 
  • Dubbed as the Airbnb For Pools, the app allows users to rent a pool for an hour
  • Founder and CEO Bunim Laskin said enjoying a swim shouldn’t be expensive 

Australians looking for quick relief from the scorching heat and crowds at local swimming centres can now rent a private pool for a dip. 

The new pool sharing app Swimply launched on Tuesday and is available for NSW, Queensland and Victoria residents. 

Dubbed as the Airbnb For Pools, the app allows users to search for a pool and rent it for an hour, while allowing the swimming pool owners to earn a bit of extra cash. 

The new pool sharing app Swimply launched on Tuesday and is available for NSW, Queensland and Victoria residents (Pictured: A swimming pool for rent on in Liverpool, NSW for $20 an hour)

A beautiful large pool area with lots of modern decor and seating available for $40 an hour in Victoria

A beautiful large pool area with lots of modern decor and seating available for $40 an hour in Victoria

Founder and CEO Bunim Laskin from New Jersey, said enjoying a swim shouldn’t be expensive. 

Founder and CEO Bunim Laskin from New Jersey

Founder and CEO Bunim Laskin from New Jersey

‘Every Australian can enjoy affordable access to this summertime luxury,’ the 22-year-old explained. 

‘With the country’s long summers we are excited to be able to democratise the pool experience while at the same time, help pool owners earn some extra cash.’ 

Mr Laksim – the eldest of 12 children – says the idea for Swimply came to him on a hot summer day. 

Hosts who are looking to share their pool have the flexibility to choose which days and times their facilities are available and at what cost. 

There is a price guide ranging from $25 an hour, $50 an hour or $75 an hour depending on the facilities available. 

They can also choose if they want children on the property, how many guests can be invited and if they’re allowed to bring food. 

A gorgeous swimming pool complete with a slide is available for $35 an hour in Victoria

A gorgeous swimming pool complete with a slide is available for $35 an hour in Victoria 

Hosts who are looking to share their pool have the flexibility to choose which days and times their facilities are available (Pictured: A swimming pool for rent in Wavell Heights, Queensland, for $50 an hour)

Hosts who are looking to share their pool have the flexibility to choose which days and times their facilities are available (Pictured: A swimming pool for rent in Wavell Heights, Queensland, for $50 an hour)

For $50 an hour, Swimply users can rent out this spacious swimming pool in Victoria

For $50 an hour, Swimply users can rent out this spacious swimming pool in Victoria 

Swimply personally inspects each swimming pool to ensure it meets safety regulations. 

To celebrate the launch of Swimply, a 20 per cent discount is available for first-time users. 

Almost three million Australians live in houses with a swimming pool according to Roy Morgan research. 

HOW SWIMPLY WORKS? 

Download the Swimply iOS or Android app

Request a pool (or two), get approved, then simply confirm. You will only be charged for the pool you confirm with. 

Communicate easily and coordinate flawlessly through Swimply chat, and enjoy data privacy and use protections.

Upon confirmation, you will have access to everything you need to know including address, enter and exit info, and things like the Wi-Fi password. 

Simply enter SWIMDOWNUNDER when you purchase your first Swimply experience to redeem to discount. Offer expires 31 December, 2019.

 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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