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Briefly: Snagajob app, Evernote transfers Fotopedia users over

updated 08:14 pm EDT, Sat August 9, 2014

Snagajob job listing database launches app

American hourly-employment marketplace service, Snagajob, has announced the release of its free app this week. Designed for job seekers, Snagajob for iOS utilizes the video, photo and GPS technology of smartphones and tablets. Users can record and upload short clips of themselves to include with applications; the same can be done with photos. The app can locate all available positions in the user's area, simplifying the job search.



Snagajob's search functionality is flexible, featuring keyword filters in addition to location. Job listings can be saved for applying later, and a Job Tips section features advice on applying and interviewing effectively. Free to download, Snagajob for iOS can run on devices running iOS 6.1 or later.

Evernote launches special website for Fotopedia users to transfer their content

Fotopedia officially closes down tomorrow, and in light of the closure Evernote is offering a solution for users and the storage of their photos. The launch of a special website by Evernote offers an explanation for how Fotopedia users can transfer their pictures via an importer to Evernote. Free to download, the importer resolves needing to download zipped HTML files, as Fotopedia has provided.




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