Nokia Enables Professional Networking On Symbian, Integrates Linkedin

By May 11th, 2011 AT 11:35 AM

Nokia, has built a new LinkedIn application using the LinkedIn Platform. This new LinkedIn app brings a deep LinkedIn experience to the Nokia N8, Nokia E7, and Nokia C7 series of smartphones.

LinkedIn for Nokia includes a full, rich feature set designed to bring the most useful features of LinkedIn to your Nokia smartphone.

The application features six modules, each with a user experience designed from the ground up for Nokia devices:

• Updates: View and share crucial business intelligence and updates with your network. Perfect for those spare moments between meetings.

• Search: Search across over 100 million global professionals, and get the answer back in seconds. Nokia has implemented a unified search across both your direct connections and the entire LinkedIn network.

• Connections: LinkedIn is your address book in the cloud. Get quick access to any of your connections to get their up-to-date profile information, and the ability to send them a message immediately.

• Invitations: Why wait to get back to your desk? Accept outstanding invitations immediately and invite people to connect wherever you are.

• Inbox: Stay up-to-date with your LinkedIn messages and communicate with professionals within your network.

• Reconnect: You can’t leverage your network if you don’t build it. Now you can build your network from anywhere, in seconds.

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Technology research group Gartner said that Nokia’s share of the mobile phone market dropped to 25 per cent from 30.6 per cent in the first quarter of 2011, the lowest for 14 years. The Finnish company, which had a global market share of 40 per cent as late as 2008, nonetheless remains the mobile industry leader. It still ranking well ahead of second-place Samsung ,which holds 16 per cent, followed by LG in third with 5.6 per cent, Apple in fourth with 3.9 per cent and RIM with 3.0 per cent. Nokia announced in February that it expected a ‘period… Read more »


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