ZDNet App Wrap: April 15, 2013

ZDNet App Wrap: April 15, 2013

Summary: Heading up the App Wrap for this week are: Facebook Home, TripGo, Triptastic, Play Books, Eurorisk, Australian JobSearch, Ninja SMS, and Imgur.

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    Australian JobSearch

    Platform: Android, iOS

    Price: Free

    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.

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    Ninja SMS

    Platform: Android

    Price: $0.99

    Are you an SMS addict that hasn't yet moved over to WhatsApp, SnapChat or any other SMS replacement?

    If so, why should you have to switch apps to reply to messages? This app provides an overlay that allows for SMS interactions to float over the current foreground app.

    A good idea for folks that are not lucky enough to have a "reply from notification" feature on their Android variant yet.

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    Imgur

    Platform: Android

    Price: Free

    When you need to meme it up on your phone, do not use the alternatives, go to the official source of Imgur.

    This app does what it says on the tin, but at least it'll be much easy to get Reddit karma on the go now.

Topics: AppWrap, Apps

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Chris started his journalistic adventure in 2006 as the Editor of Builder AU after originally joining CBS as a programmer. After a Canadian sojourn, he returned in 2011 as the Editor of TechRepublic Australia, and is now the Australian Editor of ZDNet.

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