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Use LinkedIn to navigate your career with confidence--whether you want to find a new job, keep in touch with your network, or stay up-to-date on the latest from your connections and your industry.

Get the app to access the full features and functionality of LinkedIn--anytime, anywhere.

Why you’ll love using the LinkedIn app:

1. Browse and get recommended jobs that fit. Apply easily to millions of openings right from the app.
2. Get alerted to stay on top of active conversations, the latest news and new opportunities.
3. Use Find Nearby and QR code scanner features to easily find and connect to people you meet on-the-go.

• Use your LinkedIn profile as a virtual resume
• Highlight your accomplishments, responsibilities, and experience
• Add a picture to help people you know and potential employers find you

• Find friends, classmates, and colleagues to add to your network
• See updates on their activity and reach out via the app to stay in touch
• Follow companies, influencers, and topics you’re interested in

• Search and apply to millions of openings
• Upload and easily submit your resume to jobs that fit
• Save searches and create alerts to be the first to know about new openings
• Reach out to connections at companies you’re interested in for referrals and advice, to increase your chances of hearing back

• Share articles, comments, and knowledge with your network
• Learn about what’s happening in your industry with curated content
• Follow hashtags for timely updates on topics you care about the most

• Find nearby: allows you to connect to people in your vicinity
• QR code scanner: share your unique code so people can connect with you instantly
• Push notifications: know immediately when someone responds or wants to connect

Whether you want to find a new job, share your knowledge, build your professional reputation, or if you just need a lightweight way to stay in touch--get started with the LinkedIn app today.

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What’s New

Version 9.1.300

When you’re in a conversation, speed and stability matter. The LinkedIn app is now more reliable than ever. This update contains bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
13.3K Ratings

13.3K Ratings

Alanvw ,

Too many updates without any justification

The app itself works great and I use it frequently - although I’m not a fan of the Random contacts from ‘sponsored’ partners ... but I guess LI do need to generate revenue.

Removal of stars is because
I’m all for CI/CD - but having to update an app every single week with little change is annoying.
Either revert to only updating when a real change is made (and actually share the comments / details for the commit) or expect to see people like me uninstalling the app. I’m tired of having 20 apps to update each day - where the app developer did not have the decency to even post the actual reason for the update!

Developer Response ,

Thanks for your feedback on this. We've forwarded your comments to our product team for consideration. Hope you have a nice day!

OrdinaryTechLady ,

Lack of compatibility with older iOS

Disappointed that the decision has been made to effectively brick the app on anything earlier than iOS13. My iPad doesn’t update higher than 12.x but is perfectly functional. I can see the latest timeline has loaded in the background. I also understand the push to stop supporting old tech, I work in the industry and have done for 20+ years. I live the pain of legacy versions every day. However, you could take the route of retaining access via the app with the warning that as you develop some features will either stop working or be unstable. Most users would accept this, it’s not a life critical app, it’s effectively social media. The experience on your mobile app through the browser is less intuitive, less friendly and actually just painful. Perhaps you could improve that UX instead if you’re pushing people down that route. You should do that before removing access to the good UX.
In an age of focus on sustainability and discouraging throw away culture it is perhaps time to reappraise abandoning users because they are not on the latest kit. Those people may be on older kit for the right reasons. If it isn’t broken why would I consign it to the bin?

pappsk ,

Posts should be in chronological order!

Great app but it doesn’t make sense that posts don’t appear on the feed according the date they were posted. I’m not sure what the algorithm is - it might be that the posts that are most popular appear higher up the feed - which makes sense for an app like Instagram but not for LinkedIn which most people primarily use for job searches. I often have a job post at the top of my main feed which was posted 3 weeks ago, whilst I have to scroll to actively search for the ones posted today. A job posted that long ago is useless for freelancers as it is usually filled within a couple of days. This makes it very difficult to find jobs as a freelancer on LinkedIn. Please update and change this!

(Note - when I mention job posts, I mean text posts on the main feed where freelance jobs are usually mentioned. Not the ‘jobs’ section of the app where mainly permanent job applications are posted.)

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