The job hunting site jobhunt.com says its best-selling job hunting apps are no longer available, but it will continue to offer jobs.
The company announced the move today on Twitter, saying it will no longer offer job search for its mobile apps and other apps it offers through its Job Search app.
The decision comes just a week after Job Search reported a 10 percent drop in users in the US and a 10.5 percent drop for the UK, both from the previous quarter.
The move comes as more and more companies are turning to mobile apps to help people find jobs.
The number of people using the Job Search service has surged in the last year and more than half of those who have used the service have signed up for an app.
A spokeswoman for the company said: “Job Search has always been about connecting people with the best employers and we want to stay in touch with our users so they can access their jobs in real-time and be part of the economy.”
Our job search apps are available on more than 80 countries worldwide, so they are designed to help you find the best jobs.
“Job Search’s mobile apps are currently only available for iOS devices.
Job Search previously said its apps would no longer be offered on Windows PCs.
The app has now announced a free trial period for its apps will be available through the end of April.