Official LinkedIn App Hits Android Market

After about four months of beta, the official client for LinkedIn has landed in the Android Market. Featuring six main components (connections, search, messages, updates, invitations, and reconnect), the Android app will be welcomed by its growing network of 100M+ members. However, a quick glance at the comments in the Android Market tells us there are a few more features left to be desired. Chief among the complaints is the ability to store the app on SD card and its omission of contact sync. Aside from that, LinkedIn 1.0 looks to be a great start!

[app]com.linkedin.android[/app]

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1 Comment

  1. thecolor
    April 07, 23:50 Reply

    You can force it to the sd card with titanium.

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