Yes, Apple, we get it. Whether it's the chef's table at the French Laundry, a giant brownstone right in Louisburg Square right next to Senator Kerry's, or a starring role as the Bond girl in the next 007 flick, "there's an app for that." As much as I hate to admit it, many of these apps are actually pretty enticing, my mocking hyperbole aside. They're also, in many cases, supremely useful to people who have a lot of time on their hands.
Your typical IT professional is not part of that group, mainly because they have jobs. Those who moonlight as job hunters for new jobs have even less time to shake their phones to pick a restaurant for dinner. Don't fret, job seekers. The iTunes app store also has a respectable selection of useful, non-time-wasting apps on offer.
Among the many business-related apps is a decent representation of career tools -- even tools made just for IT workers. The best ones are worth checking out not only for what they do, but also because, if well-designed and functional, they're an almost bargain-basement alternative to professional career-management services for hire. In fact, many of them cost nothing at all.