LinkedIn: Network & Job Finder

LinkedIn: Network & Job Finder

By LinkedIn Corporation

Score: 4
From 123,451 Ratings


LinkedIn is the social network for job seekers, professionals, and businesses. Build your network, find business contacts, connect with recruiters, and use your professional profile as an online resume. LinkedIn’s job search filters help you narrow down from the millions of jobs posted to the job that’s right for you. Use job search alerts to get notified when new positions open up in companies you’re interested in, all the while connecting directly with recruiters or employees in your network. Tap into your network to ask for a referral for companies you’re applying to and get your resume noticed. You can also apply on-the-go using the LinkedIn app to save time and be the first application to the job of your dreams. Use LinkedIn to navigate your career with confidence--whether you want to find a new job, keep in touch with your network, or stay up-to-date on the latest from your connections and your industry. Get the LinkedIn app to access the full business networking features and job search functionality--anytime, anywhere. Why you’ll love using the LinkedIn app: 1. Job search: Browse on-the-go and set job alerts to get recommended jobs that fit 2. Job apply: Apply easily to millions of jobs with your resume, right from the app 3. Industry news: Stay on top of the latest news and conversations happening in your industry 4. Chat with your network: Send messages and get alerted when your contacts reply 5. Business networking: Use Find Nearby and QR code scanner features to easily find and connect to people you meet in the moment LinkedIn Features: SOCIAL NETWORKING • Find friends, classmates, and colleagues to add to your network • See updates on their activity and reach out on the app to stay in touch • Share articles, comments, and knowledge with your network • Follow hashtags to get timely updates on topics you care about the most BUSINESS NETWORKING • Follow companies, influencers, and topics you’re interested in • Reach out to connections at companies you’re interested in for referrals and advice • Learn about what’s happening in your industry with curated content JOB SEARCH • Search and apply to millions of openings • Upload and easily submit your resume to jobs that fit • Save searches and create alerts to be the first to know about new openings CAREER FINDER PROFILE • Use your LinkedIn profile as a virtual resume • Highlight your accomplishments, responsibilities, and experience • Add a picture to help people you know and potential employers find you GET MORE OUT OF LINKEDIN BY USING THE APP • Find nearby: allows you to connect to people in your vicinity • QR code scanner: share your unique code so people can connect with you instantly • Push notifications: know immediately when someone responds or wants to connect Whether you want to build your professional reputation, find a new job, share your knowledge, or just need a lightweight way to stay in touch, LinkedIn is the professional social network for you. Start your job search with the LinkedIn app today. The LinkedIn app is free to use and download. --------------------------- Want to make the most of LinkedIn? Upgrade to a Premium subscription for exclusive tools to find a job, grow your business, find sales leads, or hire talent--priced from $29.99 monthly to $119.95 monthly. Subscriptions will automatically renew each month and be charged to your iTunes account within 24-hours of the end of the current period, unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your iTunes account settings, but refunds will not be provided for any unused portion of the term. These prices are for United States customers. Pricing in other countries may vary and actual charges may be converted to your local currency depending on the country of residence. Privacy Policy: Terms of Service:



  • Most Annoying App

    By Librate Hiren
    Basically app doesn’t have proper functions of Turning off notifications for desired functionality, also no support feature for Job seekers It lacks lot of practical functionality
  • 1 out of 5 wouldn’t recommend

    By DavidMVIll
    If I could give 0 stars I would.
  • How about dark mode?

    By ClassicsRox
    Still no dark mode for LinkedIn in this day and age?
  • Not worth it

    By dont do it 12345
    I feel ripped off.
  • It’s a mess!!

    By vifongit
    Ironic that this is a website for “professionals”
  • Was awful, still awful, avoid if you can

    By Peter Maurer
    LinkedIn has decided that whenever you update that they want to sink their claws into your contacts. They will email you about “important” notifications (which are not important) and say that you have messages when you do not. Then they make the timelines up without any input or say from you. Then there’s all the other internet tracking nonsense. This app should be put into an incinerator. Heck, throw the whole website in; it’ll do the world some good.
  • Need improvements

    By RebeccaB123
    I appreciate the app however I'd like to be able to multi-select various options. I'd also like to be able to scroll to the bottom and automatically get more jobs rather than having to click the button. The recent update seems to have removed the ability to select the category such at technology and healthcare. The recent update has also created an annoying "get alerts" message at the bottom that pops up and disappears each time you scroll.
  • Major LinkedIn Messaging Failures

    By $ecret @gent Man
    I love LinkedIn and use it more than anyone I know, but the messaging failures are frequent, repeatable and catastrophically bad. Of all of the social media messaging experiences one can have, LinkedIn offers the worst by a mile. 1. Pervasive InMail conversation failure. When sending InMails via Sales Navigator to recipients who then initiate a connection request (which are subsequently accepted) it is impossible to continue messaging. This actually happens a lot. I reserve my InMails for my most prized prospects and although I am flattered when they choose to initiate a connection request, I am reluctant to accept because in my experience, the LinkedIn interface won’t allow a conversation that started as an InMail via Sales Navigator to become a conversation in regular LinkedIn. I am also unable to initiate communication in such instances with a subsequent InMail, presumably because now since I am a 1st level connection with the recipient, I should be able to just send regular messages (but the interface won’t permit it- not in LinkedIn nor in Sales Navigator). In those cases, I simply can’t communicate and am completely unable to continue dialog which is a major failure seeing as those are typically the most valuable prospects I have. 2. Similarly there is a messaging disconnect when prospecting via Sales Navigator and identifying leads who happen to be 1st level connections. It is impossible to message them via Sales Navigator - the interface thinks for a few moments and then just errors out and says the message couldn’t be sent... I need to switch browsers, log into regular LinkedIn and send a regular message which is very time consuming and inconvenient (since that message will be stored somewhere else- away from my other prospecting messages). The design is a failure and there’s nowhere to report it, so maybe someone will see it here... I’m not interested in crying to the user forum and I’m not interested in tech support. This is a major architecture issue that needs to be addressed. Worst social media messaging experience there is.
  • Big Issues with the Colors of the profile pictures

    By Qyoung91
    Consistent issues with colors of the profile pictures changing. And then certain ones won’t have the issue but since this is a business platform, I am limited on what pictures to use. Needs an immediate fix.
  • Yuck

    By Integrity Review
    The app is a fire hose of ads, upsells, click-bait and lame “classes” which all slow down and interrupt your conversations. Yeah, I spoke to their mobile team, and they admitted it’s ad impressions and daily click interactions that matter most. You don’t use this app—it uses you. Is your name used in their ads as an unwitting corporate shill? Did someone in your network get tricked into uploading your private address so they can spam and sell it as a feature for targeting advertising? Were you that person? Update: Your mobile team already “looked” and confessed. Off the record, they’ve expressed shame