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‘Log’ for iPhone helps job seekers manage multiple apps

Richard Qi, WWDC21 Scholar and iOS Developer, today released “Log”, a smart way for iPhone users to manage multiple applications.

The application is very simple to use and consists of three main tabs: “In progress”, “History” and “Not applied”. According to the developer, “Log makes it intuitive and easy to keep track of your past apps to help you better prepare for the next one.”

What’s really cool about Log is that not only does it keep all your apps organized, but it can also generate a little thumbs up with the company logo when you type it. For example, when I tried “Apple”, “9to5Mac”, and “Tumblr”, all three generated the thumb, giving the app a nice touch.

In an application, you can add the position you are applying for, where you will be working, and the date you applied. Users can add multiple interview sets to remember when the next interview is due and attach images to questions and side notes.

Last but not least, there is a profile page that provides an overview of your progress and growth through this job search process.

‘Log’ requires iOS 15 or a Mac M1 running macOS Monterey. What caught my attention about this app is that it brings a very Apple-like experience, does not require a signature, and does not collect any user data. They just need to download the app, complete the jobs they applied for, and keep updating the app as it evolves.

The app also supports dark mode and we hope in the future it will bring even more features, such as calendar and widget integration. That said, you should definitely check out Richard Qi’s “Log” here on the App Store.

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