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LinkedIn app for Windows 10 rolls out

LinkedIn fully integrated in Windows 10, app now available via Windows Store
LinkedIn in Windows 10
The app rolls out already and should reach all markets by the end of the month. It provides a fully integrated LinkedIn experience, with real-time notifications, trending industry news, and more.

Not long after closing the acquisition of LinkedIn, Microsoft moves forward and releases a dedicated Windows 10 app that fully integrates the world's largest professional network. The LinkedIn app for Windows 10 can now be downloaded via Windows Store in select markets. The global rollout is expected to be complete by the end of July.

According to Microsoft's Windows Experience Blog, "The LinkedIn app for Windows 10 provides a more engaging and fully integrated LinkedIn experience that is quickly accessible from your Start menu and taskbar." Real-time notifications appear in the Action Center and via Live Tiles, covering all LinkedIn's areas, such as messages, meetings, trending industry news, or network updates.

The LinkedIn app for Windows 10 is now freely available in 22 languages, including English, German, Spanish, Polish, Japanese, Korean, traditional Chinese, Romanian, Thai, Italian, and more. Even those living in some of the countries where the official language belongs to the list might not be able to download the app yet, but this should no longer be a problem by the end of the month.

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Codrut Nistor, 2017-07-17 (Update: 2017-07-17)
Codrut Nistor
Codrut Nistor - News Editor
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