There are literally hundreds of career development apps.   A simple Google search for “best career apps” will provide a comprehensive list.   

A fantastic spot for in-depth information about the various apps is AppShopper.  This site allows you to preview apps before purchasing.  You can browse this site by keyword or category, making it very easy to find many career-related apps.  

Many of the apps can be purchased for a modest fee; however there are some excellent ones that do not cost anything.  

Here are some of the most comprehensive free career development apps:

Job Search Apps:

Indeed:  search for national and international positions.  Pulls positions from both job board and company websites.
jobaware:  track your search progress, compare jobs in different cities, check specific companies for jobs and view salary information.
JobR app: allows you to set up a profile, create and upload your resume and then search for jobs. This job search and resume app also has one more great feature - a personal “career concierge” to answer all your questions and point you in the right direction!
Jobs by CareerBuilder.com:  search and apply for jobs in US.  Receive personalized job recommendations.
LinkUp: search jobs that are only found on employer websites, which are often unadvertised,
LinkedIn Students:  helps you discover jobs that are a best fit for graduates with your major, companies that tend to hire from your school and the careers paths of recent alumni with similar degrees.
ZipRecruiter:  streamlines the process by aggregating listings from more than 100 different job boards including Monster, Career Builder and Simply Hired.

Networking Apps

LinkedIn: the official LinkedIn mobile app
SnapDat – creates and sends your digital networking card to your new contact’s email.