Best and useful apps, would give 5 star if the settings allow to be set for the customize notification tone. Currently the tone is set with the default phone tone, and it's confusing sometimes. Not bad
Good job board, but both nearly enough instant apply. Rather difficult to apply on company sites from mobile phone. When I access jobs from the notifications on my phone, I review the jobs and when I find something I want to apply for, I am often asked to login when I click the link. Then I have to attempt to hunt for the job, and they are not in the same order. That is seriously messed up! Not bad
Switched from "Reddit is Fun" and Bought Pro Immediately I never thought I'd get rid of RiF since it's done everything I needed, but my first impressions with Relay were good. The UI is nice and sleek, makes reading posts easy on the eyes and allows for more "effeciency" with the colored lines leading from replies. Functionality wise, it allows for better navigation and is easy for one-handed use. My only gripe is the lack of the ability to alter user settings such as hiding liked/disliked posts; I need to change them on Reddit itself instead. Enjoy it!
Great This is great. I like to travel with my pets so it's a convenient way to have vaccine records on hand. Though I wish there was an easy vaccine page to show when a vaccine was given and when it is due.
Exactly what I was looking for! Allows me to two-way sync my eBook PDFs (great for taking notes for school), sync my music (basically the equivalent of being able to sync with iCloud), and just whatever else. You choose the exact folders, and where they go. I paid the $6 for this app, so I could sync up books (which are 10mb+, breaking the free upload gap), and I usually never pay for apps - but this one was worth it 100%. Omg