JobsDB.com, one of the most used recruitment media in Hong Kong, has expanded its mobile reach by launching the Android App after successful acceptance of its iPhone App or job seekers on the go. In fact this enables JobsDB to further strengthen its online job search platform, and optimise its website’s features.
According to the company, the features in Android App include job search by region, job function, position and company name; jobs application with a saved resume, job detail download for offline reference, saving job preferences, and sharing via email. By extending the capability in the Adroid platform, JobsDB is looking to reach more jobseekers. It will now be able to focus on both iPhone and other Android based smart phone users. “Since its inception, JobsDB is committed to providing job seekers with an effective online job search platform by building a reputable brand and optimizing its website features. To keep abreast of advancement in telecom technology, JobsDB launched its iPhone App in 2011 to offer job seekers added convenience in job hunting,” informs the statement from the company. The JobsDB iPhone App is equipped with user-friendly features that allow job seekers to search jobs, save searches and apply for jobs on the go. Since the launch of the app, JobsDB has received an encouraging response from users and the number of downloads has reached 350,000.
In fact the job site has already won awards for its iPhone App. The iPhone App has won the Merit Prize in the Mobile Apps for Life Contest 2011 organized by Computerworld Hong Kong and Telecom Asia. “With comprehensive features, the mobile app has recently won the Merit Prize in the Mobile Apps for Life Contest 2011 — a recognition of JobsDB’s continued success in enhancing user experience. The prize recognizes JobsDB’s achievement in developing an iPhone App that has gained successful prominence and improved lifestyles in Hong Kong,” the company statement said. The award-winning app has also helped employers attract quality talents because users can access the JobsDB site at their fingertips.