I don't know why there isn't a webpage with New Zealand's best apps, or at least, the best apps on New Zealand.
Given I am, in fact, a New Zealander (I live here so I am a New Zealander, by nationality anyway), I feel I should try to rectify the situation.
Also, because OUR SYSTEM is about trying to understand our system, these two apps that follow are particularly appropriate.
The first is the Regional Economic Activity App, because it gathers and summarises, in rapidly digestible figures and charts, the key things you need to know about every region of New Zealand (at least, every key thing that has a measure available). And it's not just economic. Also, it's beautiful. Like New Zealand.
The second app, the Occupation Outlook, is all about trying to find your niche. And that is what life is all about. That is our common purpose, to live, to grow, to find fulfilment, and to do that, just like in evolution, you need to find your niche. This app helps you do that. You can search and look at vital information on over 100 occupations (they're classified like a taxonomy, just like biologist's do for nature, you have to do that to make it all manageable, but of course there's infinite variety within those occupations and around them). You can also indicate your skill levels on core subjects to get back a list of matching occupations (in order to help you think about what you want to do). So give it a go, it's easy.
Here are the links. There's apps for both Android and Apple smartphones.