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Google Play Books
Google's book reading app received an update during the week. The search giant points to "substantial improvements in performance and stability" as the headline update.
I'd like to correct that to "Text is now readable, and is almost as good as our Android implementation". Having read books on the Android version of this app, and being frustrated with the iOS version until now, it's a welcome update.
Why let the mainstream media and politicians scare you stupid on European debt crises, when you can self-service your debt scaring needs?
Silly jokes and "touches of Cyprus" aside, this app provides useful information of European economies. Graphs used in this app include: risk premium, 10-year government bond yield, government gross debt, government deficit/surplus, unemployment rate, GDP growth rate, and GDP per capita.
Anyone that has used the JobSearch website over the past couple of decades will know that it is a not the best experience that a job seeker can have — hopefully the app version will be better than its website brethren.
Vacancies displayed in this app come from public employers, job service providers, newspapers, Australian public service, Australian defence force, and that old classic, the harvest trail.