By LinkedIn Corporation
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It all starts with your LinkedIn profile. It’s more than just your professional resume — it shows the world who you are and what you’ve accomplished in your career. But that’s just the beginning.
• Stay up to date with your professional network
• Search for and connect with people, jobs, companies and groups
• Follow Influencers to get exclusive insights and career lessons from business leaders
• Share articles to establish yourself as a thought leader in your network
• Update your professional profile right from the app to polish your resume wherever you are
• View and save jobs you’re interested in, and resume searching on your schedule
• Apply to certain jobs with your LinkedIn profile in just one tap
• Follow companies to get job postings, business updates, and suggestions to connect with people you may know
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If you choose to subscribe, your subscription will automatically renew each month and will charge your credit card through your iTunes account. You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your iTunes account settings.
LinkedIn: Connect to opportunity.
What's New in Version 8.8.3
iOS9 compatibility issues and improvements
When a pop up screen pulls 1000+ suggested connections from somewhere (even though I chose not to sync any of my address books or emails) and then as I'm trying to close the screen sends all those invitations out, I ran to the help on the site to find a solution. And there's no way I've found that I've been able to actually cancel the invitations, despite reading help articles (that point to icons that don't exist for me) or emailing support.
There's never a need for me to connect to 1,000+ people at once. Any value of this app is completely offset by such an irrelevant feature. Now I've sent invitations to a) people I don't even know who were somehow in a contacts list of mine somewhere or b) people I intentionally didn't send invitations to previously. Maybe there were a few connections out of 1000 that I would have liked to have but now I have to sort through a whole lot of random connections and spend days pruning back my connections list to where I had it before.
Lost time spent cleaning up a mess LinkedIn enabled > Benefit = No more LinkedIn app for me!
App Extension is crashing 100% of the time
This is really disappointing from an app that is so integral to my every day use. Developers have had plenty of time with iOS 9 in their hands, and from my testing, the LinkedIn App Extension, crashed on every single version of iOS 9 and 9.1. I have not been able to post to LinkedIn for well over a week now. This is completely unacceptable. If you're wondering why the amount of posts you are receiving has gone down so much, it's because your app extension is broken. FIX IT ALREADY!!!! Also, just FYI, the LinkedIn iPad app still leaves a lot to be desired, and does not give you an accurate profile view, because it does not show all the same info that even the iPhone app, or web interface does. Fix that too. I could keep going, but that should be a good start. I have also done a clean install of iOS to confirm my findings too.
Among other things, this is my complaint:
A big part of linkedin are the groups that you belong to. The main feature of these are the posts and threads that keep you informed about that space via links to other sites and blogs etc.
This is great, except that you can only view these pages inside of linkedin's sub-par in-app browser; providing no benefits of bookmarked, reading list, multi-device cloud-syncing etc. To my knowledge you can't even copy a link from the linkedin thread to paste in another browser manually. So when it's something I really want to see I google it by memorizing the title. I've come to avoid engaging with linkedin content fearing that I'll see something interesting, forcing me to re-live this frustrating UX.
- Category: Social Networking
- Updated: Sep 20, 2015
- Version: 8.8.3
- Size: 74.9 MB
- Languages: English, Bokmål, Norwegian, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Seller: LinkedIn Corporation
- © 2015 LinkedIn Corporation
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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