LinkedIn brings some significant changes to its Android and iOS apps

LinkedIn brings some significant changes to its Android and iOS apps
Making good on a commitment made over a few weeks ago during the company’s first earnings call, professional social networking site LinkedIn is bringing forth some significant changes to its popular smartphone apps – while introducing a newer HTML5 mobile web site.

Specifically, we’re seeing an upgraded new interface with the LinkedIn apps for Android and iOS, which now sports a cleaner and less cluttered look. Essentially, things are broken down to four distinct panels that make up the Inbox, Updates, your profile, and your network. Even though we find most of the same features in tow with this new version, the ability to sniff out people by using the highly requested LinkedIn Groups feature is something new. In fact, you can add new connections by using the ‘people you may know’ feature found with the apps.

Furthermore, you can still get in on all of the fun because they’re introducing a new HTML5 enabled mobile site that offers pretty much all of the features found with its native mobile apps. So even if you’re not sporting an iPhone or Android smartphone, you can still experience all of the interconnecting features of LinkedIn by using the mobile friendly web site.

Both versions of the new app for are now available for download through their respective application stores.

source: LinkedIn via TechCrunch

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