Basic and inexpensive
It is a very inexpensive and basic program. It's a step up from email resume collection, but that's about it. It is ok for the short term and if the company is very small, but a larger or growing company would be better off going with a software that offers more features.
Before switching to TribeHR, applicants had been applying to job postings through email, so TribeHR was a step up from that as candidates could be sorted into the position they are applying for.
No useful tools such as resume parsing, keyword search, filtering, ability to have candidates answer some basic prescreening questions during the application process. It can be very tedious having to wade through all of the resumes looking for something specific (i.e. a candidate who is local to the job location). What is also difficult is sharing resumes with hiring managers as the hiring manager would need to have an TribeHR account in order to view them. Also, if you closed a job posting it would be more difficult to share past applicants with hiring managers as you could not send them as a group, only one at a time.