September 05, 2012

If you’re a Vitamin T | Aquent talent and you haven’t checked out our Heads Up app, you’re missing out.

Quite literally, if you’re looking for cool jobs.

We built this app from the ground up to make sure our awesome talent can instantly:

  • Explore and apply for jobs
  • Update their work status
  • Choose the specific dates they are available to work
  • Call or email their agent from right inside the app

All without leaving the queue at Starbucks or local, independently owned coffee shop of their choice.

And even though you can’t toss anything, or anyone, with a slingshot or challenge your Vitamin T agent to a word game (we’re hoping that functionality is in the works), we believe it’s the best app for easy access to more creative jobs, period.

Which is way better than a slingshot, right?

As fun as they may be, angry birds don’t pay anyone’s bills. (We believe that may be one of the things that’s causing them to be so very angry.)

In our next release, you’ll even be able to sign your timecards through the app!

And yes, it’s available for both the iPhone and Android phones.

Used it and have feedback? Post your thoughts, and we’ll be sure to share with our developers.

Not a Vitamin T talent and want to be? Choose an agent in your location above and let them know you’re ready to sign up!

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