Share this article Share Airbnb, the popular website that lets people book and host home rentals, is in the midst of a push to attract more people, especially millennials.
A new app, AirbnbShare, is being launched by the company to let users rent out homes.
The app, which launched Monday, offers hosts a way to set a maximum number of people who can rent a property from the service.
It allows users to add up to 10 guests, and the number of guests will be adjusted based on availability.
The app has a simple design that is easy to navigate and the feature sets are appealing, according to the company.
The company has also rolled out a number of features that make it easier for people to book properties and hosts.
The service has built-in booking services and has a system to track guest occupancy, so hosts can monitor how many guests are staying in a property.
Airbnb has also made it easier to share photos of the property and its surroundings, which can be shared to other hosts or shared with Airbnb directly.
The company also recently launched a “Live Auctions” feature, which lets hosts bid on properties.
A guest can also create an account and rent out a property through the app.
Guests can search the properties that they are interested in and the properties listed on the app will show up.
This allows users who are interested to browse and buy properties.
Airbnb is also working on expanding its listing platform to include more properties that users have purchased.
The platform also offers a free “live” feature that lets users rent and stay in properties that are available through the platform.
This lets users find the properties they want and can also book their own properties through the service, which is free for all users.
The Airbnb platform is also getting some attention from regulators, with a proposal from the Federal Trade Commission to let companies like Airbnb provide consumers with information on the services offered by those services.
The FTC proposed that the companies that offer services like Airbnb should disclose how often they provide their services to consumers, how much they charge for them and how much consumers are charged for those services, according a statement by the agency.
The commission’s proposal, which was not yet finalized, would apply to the services provided by Airbnb and other platforms like the mobile-rental app Roomshare.
In its proposed rule, the commission said that it will consider the services that consumers are willing to pay for and will include disclosures that consumers can opt out of.
In addition, Airbnb and Roomshare are being considered for additional regulatory scrutiny.
The FTC said it has received numerous comments and is considering the proposed rule.
Airbnb and the other platforms could also be subject to future antitrust investigations by the FTC and other government agencies.