Platform: iOS (iPhone)
The MyCareer app has been out for a while in the App Store. Now its rival Seek has come to the party, enabling you to search for a new career easily on your mobile. You can search, shortlist and apply for jobs, and save searches so that you can see what's new on your search each time you open the app.
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Price: $2.99 (iPhone); $5.49 (iPad)
Platform: iOS (iPad and iPhone)
Flight+ lets you track any flight from any airport in the world, keeping tabs on terminal and gate changes, delays, arrivals, departures and seating maps. You can set alerts for your flights, and see weather forecasts for your destinations. The app synchronises automatically with your TripIt account, and you can share flight information via social media or email.
Groupon Australia and New Zealand has now released its app for Android and Windows 7. BlackBerry users will have to wait a little longer, as the company is still developing its BlackBerry app. You can browse and purchase Groupon's daily deals and map the deal locations via a GPS feature, as well as sign in to see your previous purchases or redeem your coupons.
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If you're looking for a decent file browser for Android, then Solid Explorer is our new favourite. It's genuinely an expansive way to navigate your Android device's folders, giving you two independent browsing panels; drag-and-drop ability between panels; support for external cloud storage, such as Box or Dropbox; FTP, ZIP, TAR and RAR support; bookmarks; and search functions.
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Platform: iOS (iPhone)
This app from recruiter Robert Walters lets you find out how much you can earn in over 20 countries, either in annual salary or contract rate format. The information is based on the Robert Walters Global Salary Survey, which has been running for years.
Using this app, you can access Cisco's technical content and communicate with support professionals and Cisco customers on member boards, with the ability to keep tabs of discussions you've started and replied to.
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Price: $0.99 (iPhone); $1.99 (iPad)
Platform: iOS (iPhone and iPad)
Can't keep track of how many days of annual leave you've taken or have left for the year? This app helps you out, allowing you to store the days you have, saving them in a calendar of choice. You can see all of the leave you're planning to take in overview, and can plan your leave in days or hours. You can also see the places you've visited during your leave on a world map. The app also keeps track of sick leave and overtime. If you want to, you can export data as a CSV or PDF file.
NotifierPro is an app that lets you see your notifications when you're running a full-screen app. It also carries a bunch of customisation options. You can tap the notification to open it; swipe right to dismiss it; and swipe left to dismiss all notifications from that sender. You can change these to suit your own style, and you can also choose from one of five themes, the position of the notification, the size of the banner, set custom vibration patterns and much more.