JobsDB.com releases Android app

JobsDB.com releases Android app

Live in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore or Thailand? Looking for a job on the go? It looks like we’ve got just the app for you. JobsDB.com, one of the major recruitment sites has just released an Android app with the following features:

  • Search and browse through jobs by country/region , job function, and position & company keywords
  • Apply jobs by simply selecting a resume and optionally a cover letter.
  • Download job contents and read them offline.
  • Save jobs to your online account and read them again later
  • Share jobs with friends by e-mail
Enough chatter, go and see for yourself!

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3 Comments

  1. mobile apps development
    April 06, 02:41 Reply

    Nice application. Now it can be easy to find jobs within your palm using this application. Thanks for reporting.

  2. XCMeathead
    April 06, 05:11 Reply

    Ugh, why do devs insist on putting iPhone apps on Android – they should be taking the time to design the UI to blend in with what and Android user expects. Lazy, sloppy work. Will not be getting this.

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