Professional-focused networking site LinkedIn has updated its iOS app today, adding native iPad support to the app for the first time. The universal app also offers support for Retina graphics on the new iPad.
- LinkedIn is now available on the iPad
- Optimized for Retina display on the new iPad
- New calendar feature lets you see LinkedIn profile information for people you're meeting with
- Redesigned updates view lets you easily stay up-to-date with connections, industry news, groups, and more.
The new calendar feature, available on both iPad and iPhone, integrates with the user's on-device calendar to help business users easily view information on their meeting contacts at a glance.
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It's a surprisingly good professional networking site. Some people try to turn it into facebook, but I think this is definitely newsworthy, as linkedin users are huge into iPhones
It WAS a good professional networking site, but it's trying to become your business calendar and social network, and that's just not working. Also, for the past few months I've gotten inundated with requests from "friends" who I know are complete strangers and have nothing to do with my life and never did.
The new Calendar integration looks great and works really well. I updated the app only a few hours ago.
I think it's the same 3 that thumbs-downed our posts! :D