Android Phone Tips
|Android Phone Tips|
LinkedIn this week removed the beta tags from its Android app and made it available in the Google Apps Marketplace and the LinkedIn Web site. "LinkedIn for Android, is a continuation of our efforts to help you leverage the power of your professional network anywhere, anytime," LinkedIn's Chad Whitney wrote in a blog post.
The app brings the functionality of the LinkedIn Web site to the smartphone. LinkedIn launched the beta version of its Android app in December, which at the time just included links to Updates, Connections, Invitations, and Search. Last month, LinkedIn also launched a number of new products, including the LinkedIn Today news site, LinkedIn Skills, LinkedIn Maps, and updated its LinkedIn iOS app with the new news focus.
Android users can celebrate with another victory. After a long-awaited wait, the LinkedIn app has finally become available for the Android Marketplace. There's six main parts of the app: Updates, Search, Connections, Invitations, Messages and Reconnect.
Searching? LinkedIn has about 100 million users to date, and apps already exist on iPhone and BlackBerry for the social networking site. The professional networking site LinkedIn has finally announced the availability of an application for Android-based smartphones.
For the first version of the application the company focused on core features, wrote Chad Whitney, senior product manager at LinkedIn, in a blog post. The main menu allows users to access six features: updates, search, connections, invitations, messages and reconnect. LinkedIn already has applications for the iPhone and Blackberry devices.
By. Android Phone Tips