by Brent Dirks
October 23, 2013
LinkedIn has been busy on the iOS app front. The company has just shown off updates for Pulse and LinkedIn for iPad while unveiling LinkedIn Intro for the iPhone. First up, an update to the company’s LinkedIn app for the iPad should be arriving in the App Store momentarily. According to a blog post, the app has been rebuilt from the ground up and offers a new look, a more personalized experience, and new functionality like search, jobs, channels, and influencers. The company also previewed how it plans to better integrate the Pulse app into the social network’s ecosystem. LinkedIn acquired the news aggregation app earlier this year, but hasn’t done a lot with the property. But that’s about to change with a forthcoming update arriving in the near future. With the revamped app, users will be able to login with their LinkedIn information and then receive recommended stories and content from influencers. Finally, LinkedIn Intro is an interesting addition to the iPhone mail app. The feature automatically embeds LinkedIn information into emails and shows other things like mutual connections, professional history, and shared experiences. LinkedIn Intro can be used with Google Apps, Yahoo Mail, AOL Mail, and iCloud. You can visit the LinkedIn Intro site to get started. For other app news today, see: Deploy, Destroy, Dethrone: Rubicon's Combat Monsters Storms Into The App Store, Keynote Remote Goes Free, But Hasn't Received Its Much-Needed Update, and Molto Bello! IncrediMail Rebrands As Molto As It Goes Universal For iPhone.
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