LinkedIn for Android is Now Available


Many have tried, many have failed, so the folks at LinkedIn said “why the heck not” and have gone ahead and released an Android application themselves. It’s a well-designed app and has gotten positive market comments so far. It looks like most of the site’s features can be used, as well, so I assume many of you will be making it your primary gateway to the professional social-networking community. Go ahead and download it now for free in the Android market.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. I’ve been using their beta for over 2 months and it works pretty well.

  2. Sad to see the official still doesnt have contacts sync

  3. I was in the first 10 to get it, pre-beta. LinkedIn’s mgmt of the Android app just sucks to the bone. Tone deaf to input, zero communication with ANYBODY. They were way late, having gone iDud, Palm Pre & Crackberry long before thinking of Android.

    No contact synch, no groups, no ” who has viewed my profile” after offering mobile for nearly three years.

    LinkedIn is seriously technology handicapped. Even their website has availability issues nearly every day.

  4. Meh. It is ok and useful enough for reading/replying to messages and invitations without having to open the full website on mobile. Definitely needs more features though.

  5. What this app really needs is Groups, which is one of the main features LinkedIn is solely based around. As previously mentioned, the ability to have contacts would be another useful feature.

  6. Contact sync please..

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