LinkedIn App Gets New Search for iPhone

Posted July 1, 2013 at 10:13pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 5604 views

The LinkedIn app has been updated with a new Search for iPhone that helps you find and discover people, jobs, companies and groups.

Redesigned with you in mind! The new iPhone app makes it even easier to connect and grow your network, engage with professional content and gain insights right from the stream. The new intelligent navigation is personalized just for you based on how you use LinkedIn everyday.

Features:
• Find and connect with more than 225 million members worldwide
• Stay up to date with people in your network
• Search for people, jobs, companies and groups
• Follow Influencers to get insights and original content from industry leaders in your stream*
• Update your profile from within the app*
• View and save recommended jobs*
• Read the latest industry news
• Follow and learn more about companies
• Keep up with your favorite groups

What's New In This Version:
iPhone:
The new Search for iPhone helps you find and discover people, jobs, companies and groups!
• Meeting someone new? Look up the person or their company to see what you have in common.
• Time for a job change? Your next gig is just a search away.
• Plus, searching is now a whole lot faster!

iPad:
• Minor bug fixes.

You can download LinkedIn from the App Store for free.

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Blazej-sher.ly - July 2, 2013 at 8:38am
nice, but push still does not work and they don't know how to fix it
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