LinkedIn Sales Navigator

LinkedIn Sales Navigator

By LinkedIn Corporation

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2014-09-01
  • Current Version: 4.2.18
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 71.24 MB
  • Developer: LinkedIn Corporation
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 9.0
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 4,093 Ratings

Description

Stay up to date with your accounts and leads with LinkedIn Sales Navigator on your iPhone, wherever you are. LinkedIn Sales Navigator helps you to target the right buyers and companies, understand what buyers value, and engage buyers with personalized outreach. Whether you are waiting for a meeting, traveling between clients’ offices, or waiting in line for coffee, Sales Navigator Mobile gives you access to Sales Navigator’s key sales features where you need them most: everywhere. - Get real-time sales updates on your accounts and leads - Discover new accounts and leads with daily recommendations, wherever you are - Prep for sales meetings by reviewing prospect profiles and account pages - Save new leads after meetings to start getting sales updates - Send timely InMail, messages, and connection requests The Sales Navigator mobile app requires a Sales Navigator account, which is a paid LinkedIn subscription for sales professionals. The app is currently only available in English.

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Reviews

  • How could you mess this up that bad

    1
    By Chooky the professional
    For the cost of Sales Navigator I really cannot believe how terrible this app is for iPad. The LinkedIn app rules. But c’mon I have to view in portrait so my keyboard on my iPad is useless unless I want to turn my head sideways. I can’t even log in via the web because it takes me right to the app. I thought when I signed up it would be just like it is on the PC, nested within linkedin. Nope, separate terrible app that now makes all my work on the go useless. I love you LinkedIn, I love you so much but dude I hate this App.
  • Doesn’t work

    1
    By Quiesent
    I tried to login and it wanted to redirect me to another page but it marked a “lost connection” and never let me login.
  • Sales Navigator

    3
    By Chris @Unishippers
    The iPhone app isn’t as good as the LinkedIn app. It needs to be just as robust. My user experience on the iPhone falls short to what I can do on my desktop. Also, this tool needs an iPad app. It’s disappointing that one hasn’t been created yet.
  • I use the app constantly, so where the heck is the iPad version!!!!

    3
    By MikeyCashGames
    Please, LinkedIn for the love of God, build an iPad app for Sales Navigator! I am paying a bunch of money to be able to access my network, share information and find new clients but I want to be able to do that with the best experience possible; I want to be able to do that natively on the iPad without having to go through a browser! Especially since I have to send all my InMail through Sales Navigator, we should have access to an iPad app. Please fix this for us as professionals who are constantly on the go, we should be able to get the best experience possible from something we are paying for. Thank you guys! Also, I must say, I absolutely love Sales Navigator as a tool and on the iPhone it is very stable, works smoothly and looks good. (Now just that iPad app, for reals) ok, I’m done, I think they get the picture.
  • What is this UI?

    2
    By lrmdev
    I’ve never written a review before but this UI is an inspiration to write about. An old iPhone UI for an app on an iPad that you pay 80 a month for? It is inconceivable. It really isn’t very hard to build an iPad interface, have someone there read a book on Swift and convert it. Also, is there no web view? If so, what is happening? Please LinkedIn, take an immediate look. I gave it 2 stars rather than 1 because it is useful info.
  • No iPad version 👎👎

    1
    By Umlindi
    Yes it’s true, no iPad version. You would think during this day and age iPad and iPhone apps would release together day one. For years we will have to read their responses to the negative comments of... iPad app? That’s a good idea I’ll take your suggestion up with the developers😒
  • Not an iPad app

    2
    By Justin032
    This is embarrassing. A crappy iPhone port of an already limited app. How can a tech company the size of LinkedIn think this is OK?
  • Needs to be an iPad app that works

    1
    By ScottMSales
    This absolutely must be a better iPad app.
  • Great on PC but mobile app needs work

    3
    By Txdad123
    I really enjoy using the website. I wish there were a better mobile app for iPads. The current mobile app makes it difficult to send customized invites.
  • Almost great

    4
    By Pilotian24
    For the price I’d expect an iPad version by now and some basics like a key to understand what some of the random icons mean in the app and desktop version. But, that being said for B2B biz dev relationship building it’s the only way I prospect on a daily basis. Overall a great tool.

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