Looking for a new job can be a daunting task because you have to keep track of multiple companies you're considering, various applications, potentially differing copies of your resume and all sorts of other information. Huntsy provides a space where you can keep all that information organised and assists you in the application process.
After signing up for Huntsy you're immediately prompted to install a browser extension or bookmarklet that will let you add jobs to the service as you go around searching for various positions. On some sites the extension/bookmarklet will automatically detect the company, position and job description and input it into Huntsy's form for you.
In some cases it will miss any or all of those pieces of information. For example, LinkedIn worked perfectly, Craigslist worked partially (it usually just missed the company), and Authentic Jobs didn't work at all. Even if a site isn't supported, however, you can copy everything in manually and submit it to Huntsy. When you do, it'll be added to your list of potential jobs.
Once your potential job list starts to grow, you can go in and make notes on various positions, add your resume, draft a cover letter, and more. When you're done you can even send in your application directly from Huntsy. You can also transport your work to Gmail or your desktop. Huntsy keeps track of everything you do on the app so you don't forget and, if things go well, it can help you schedule an interview. Basically, Huntsy takes you through the entire job application process for multiple jobs so you don't have to worry about dealing with the details. It's free to use and you can sign up right now.