Articles by Chad Whitney
The LinkedIn mobile team is excited to announce the next generation mobile experience for LinkedIn. Increasingly, LinkedIn is becoming an essential part of how millions of people do business, and we’ve designed a completely new user experience to help professionals be even more productive on the go.
For the first time, we’ll be providing that experience not only in our iPhone and Android applications, but also in a brand new HTML5 experience for use in any modern mobile web browser.
In March, we launched a new product called LinkedIn Today on our website and in our iPhone app. LinkedIn Today delivers the day’s top news, tailored for you based on what your connections and industry peers are reading and sharing.
The Mobile team is excited to announce that we’ve brought LinkedIn Today to our Android app, available immediately from the Google Marketplace or from our website:
The mobile team is excited to announce that one of our partner developers, Nokia, has built a new LinkedIn application using the LinkedIn Platform. This is a great example of how developers can leverage the LinkedIn ecosystem, and a great opportunity for us to bring LinkedIn to our users across various mobile phones globally.
The LinkedIn Mobile team is excited to announce the availability of LinkedIn for Android version 1.0. The app is available in the Google Marketplace or from our website:
A little over a year ago, we launched our developer program to enable a world where LinkedIn members can access their business relationships anywhere and anytime they need them.
We’re excited to announce that one of our partner developers, Snaptu, has built a new LinkedIn application for feature phones using our development platform. This is a great example of how mobile developers can leverage the LinkedIn ecosystem and extend the LinkedIn experience to millions of our users.
- LinkedIn Developer Network