Fed Up With Work? Yes, There Is An App For That

March 21, 2011

1:32 pm

The developers at Moose Mist Studios have created iQuit! Pro to make the process of quitting your job easy, fun, and mobile. Featuring “War” and “Peace” modes, quitters can select from a variety of pre-written resignation letters to decide how they want to go out when the “Quit Job!” button is finally pressed. The app warns you that this typically has irreversible consequences – press the button and you will kiss your job goodbye.

Got an offer letter in hand for your dream job? Use iQuit! Pro to resign from your current gig on the spot. Stuck in traffic- again? Take the next exit, pull off to the side of the road and use iQuit! Pro to remove that pesky commute, and the job at the other end of it, from your life.

In addition to the comical and somewhat inadvisable resignation letters provided, the app also offers a number of serious letters to help out those that are struggling with how to word their resignation. iQuit! Pro is newly released and available in the Apple App Store for $0.99. A paltry sum for freedom.

Download the iQuit! Pro app here iQuit! Pro - Moose Mist Studios

If you accidentally hit the Quit Job! button, check out our job boards -there’s some good stuff in there.

Screenshot of iQuit! Pro

Screenshot of iQuit! Pro

Guest writer Frank Oelschlager is a serial entrepreneur with 20 years experience in software and technology companies. He enjoys building companies (creating jobs), bringing new technologies and products to market (solving problems), and learning about the things people are doing with technology. When he’s not working, Frank likes to compose music, play guitar, walk in the woods or mountains with his camera, read, try something completely new, or just hang out with the family on the porch with a glass of good wine.

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