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The LinkedIn application is a great website companion, but the frequent broken links and inconsistent performance that were supposed to be fixed in the newest update inhibit your overall abilities with this application.
Comfortable layout: Using LinkedIn is a breeze because the large text and images as well as the quick navigation bar are all neatly presented.
Accommodating tools: The ability to sync your LinkedIn profile with your mobile device is helpful, and the GPS integration added in the recent update performed as expected. We found LinkedIn's networking suggestions to be appropriate for the geographic area and work field of our test account subject.
Broken features: Our tests of this application's listed features demonstrated that a handful of basic options, such as profile modification, did not work correctly. You will find this to be a significant hindrance for using this application routinely.
Sporadic slowness: LinkedIn sometimes quickly processed all commands, and at other times it froze when opening fundamental windows. We could not pinpoint what caused this instability, and it may lead to a complicated experience for you.
LinkedIn provides a reputable service, but the application does not perform as we had expected. We suggest fixing the stability issues to improve overall usability.
In the know. On the go. The LinkedIn app for Android.
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