Linkedin Introduces Application For Blackberry

LinkedIn the world’s largest professional network today announced the launch of the LinkedIn application for BlackBerry smart-phones.One can download the application free of cost from and via BlackBerry App World.

The Linkedin application works on BlackBerry Tour, BlackBerry Curve and BlackBerry Bold series of smartphones. The application operates on devices running BlackBerry OS 4.3 or later. Full integration of the LinkedIn application with native BlackBerry applications requires BlackBerry OS 4.6 or later

The Key functionality includes search,messages,network updates and reconnections features

Search: Prepare for any meeting by quickly accessing LinkedIn profiles.

Messages: Enables users to manage their LinkedIn inboxes on the go.

Network Updates: Stay connected to the professional conversation.

Connections: Make new connections away from the computer. Invitations: Send invites to new connections to build professional networks.

Reconnections: Users receive recommendations of who they may want to add to their professional networks.

“The LinkedIn application leverages the always-on capabilities of the BlackBerry platform to enable easy and timely access to information for mobile users. Deep integration between the LinkedIn app and core communications apps on the BlackBerry smartphone also allows for a very productive and intuitive user experience,” said Tyler Lessard, vice president, global alliances and developer relations, Research In Motion.

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April 4, 2010 7:41 pm 7:41 PM

Linkedin has taken a lot of time to develop an app for BlackBerry, as a professional Linkedin user I was hoping for a Linkedin app from a long time, I’m happy that its here now.

March 30, 2010 12:27 pm 12:27 PM

Telecom talk – Tracking Developments In Indian Telecom Industry .

Is this post in ANYWAY related to the INDIAN TELECOM INDUSTRY?
Why should you post things which are totally irrelevant?

The common man in India uses a Nokia S60 phone with a prepaid connection.
Would he care a bit about LINKEDIN and BLACKBERRY?

LINKEDIN is not even famous in India, not a bit.