This app lets you apply to new jobs daily without the tedious application process

TL;DR: As of Feb. 6, a lifetime subscription to LazyApply Job Application (worth $999) is just $67. That’s a savings of 93%.


Despite the overwhelming number of job platforms and websites making it easier to find a job, the application process is still largely a pain in the butt. It can make applying to jobs feel like a full-time job in itself, which is particularly rough if you’re working a full-time job and job hunting

LazyApply is a tool designed to cut some of the mundanity out of your job search. And a lifetime subscription is on sale for just $67.

The LazyApply app was built to speed up your application process through automation. It eliminates the need to constantly repeat the same tasks over and over again, and instead, allows you to apply to hundreds of jobs in just a single click. It works across platforms you’re likely already using, like LinkedIn and Indeed.

Simply add the extension to your Chrome browser, login, and start by adding your résumé and other details to LazyApply. Then you’ll begin the application process by clicking on “start applying” and then “fetch filters”. The smart AI automatically fills the job applications based on your information. You can apply to up to 150 different jobs per day, which can significantly increase your output. Plus, you can reach out to people via LinkedIn via profiles sent directly to you.

At the end of the day, you’ll even get analytics from your application performance, including tips to improve your résumé. These are just a few of the reasons reviewers rated it 4.5 out of 5 stars on the Chrome web store.

LazyApply works better for some jobs than others, of course. You’d probably want to write a cover letter yourself if you’re applying for certain jobs.

Get a lifetime subscription for just $67 ($999 value) for a limited time and start applying to hundreds of jobs with a single click.

Prices subject to change.

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