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LinkedIn Android App is Available for Download

LinkedIn finally launched the final version of its Android app and made it it available for download on Google Apps Marketplace and LinkedIn website.

LinkedIn LogoAccording to LinkedIn’s Chad Whitney, “LinkedIn for Android, is a continuation of our efforts to help you leverage the power of your professional network anywhere, anytime. Now, you can walk into any interview, any customer engagement or client meeting with the ability to look up the details on over 100 million professionals worldwide, in real-time.”

This app brings all the functionality of LinkedIn website to the smartphone where you can find six modules- Updates, Connections, Invitations, Search, Reconnect, and Messages. It somehow looks like Facebook apps except for the fact that you will be scrolling through the professional contacts.


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The beta version of the app was launched in December 2010 which had Updates, Connections, Invitations, and Search features at that time.

“Since the launch of our Beta, the team and I have had the great pleasure of working with a passionate group of Beta testers. Their feedback, bug reports, and involvement in the process were invaluable, and we want to express our sincere thanks for all of the contributions.”

Whitney also promised to update the app with most wanted features requested by the users.  LinkedIn also launched a variety of products last month including LinkedIn Today news site, LinkedIn Skills, LinkedIn Maps, and updated its LinkedIn iOS app with the new news focus. It is also expected the LinkedIn Signal product would be available for all users.

It is worth noting that LinkedIn hit the 100 million users mark last month.

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