LinkedIn For Chromebook

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Download LinkedIn app on your chrome device & browser. Read The Guideline To install & Use LinkedIn On Chrome Device

Operating System: Chromebook, Windows, Mac, Linux

Application Category: Business

Price: Free

Rating: 4.21071 stars based on 73451 reviews

LinkedIn: Network & Job Finder

LinkedIn Chromebook App Download

Download LinkedIn For Chromebook

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2019-02-03
  • Current Version: 9.1.306
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 332.54 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
  • Developer: LinkedIn Corporation

How To Download LinkedIn: Network & Job Finder On Chromebook

If you're looking to Download LinkedIn on your Chromebook laptop Then read the following guideline.

Welcome professionals! LinkedIn is the social network for job seekers, professionals, and businesses. Build your network, find business contacts, connect with recruiters, and use your professional profile as an online resume. LinkedIn’s job search filters help you narrow down from the millions of jobs posted to the job that’s right for you. Use job search alerts to get notified when new positions open up in companies you’re interested in, all the while connecting directly with recruiters or employees in your network. Tap into your network to ask for a referral for companies you’re applying to and get your resume noticed. You can also apply on-the-go to save time and be the first application to the job of your dreams. Use LinkedIn to navigate your career with confidence--whether you want to find a new job, keep in touch with your network, or stay up-to-date on the latest from your connections and your industry. Why you’ll love using the LinkedIn app: 1. Job search: Browse on-the-go and set job alerts so that you can be the first to apply 2. Job apply: Apply easily to millions of jobs with your resume, right from the app 3. Industry news: Stay on top of the latest news and conversations happening in your industry 4. Chat with your network: Send messages and get alerted when your contacts reply 5. Business networking: Use Find Nearby and QR code scanner features to easily find and connect to people you meet in the moment SOCIAL NETWORKING • Find friends, classmates, and colleagues to add to your network • See updates on their activity and reach out on the app to stay in touch • Share articles, comments, and knowledge with your network • Follow hashtags to get updates on topics you care about the most BUSINESS NETWORKING • Follow companies, influencers, and topics you’re interested in • Reach out to connections at companies you’re interested in for referrals and advice • Learn about what’s happening in your industry with curated content JOB SEARCH • Search and apply to millions of openings • Upload and easily submit your resume to jobs that fit • Save searches and create alerts to be the first to know about new openings CAREER FINDER PROFILE • Use your LinkedIn profile as a virtual resume • Highlight your accomplishments, responsibilities, and experience • Add a picture to help people you know and potential employers find you GET MORE OUT OF LINKEDIN BY USING THE APP • Find nearby: allows you to connect to people in your vicinity • QR code scanner: share your unique code so people can connect with you instantly • Push notifications: know immediately when someone responds or wants to connect Whether you want to build your professional reputation, find a new job, share your knowledge, or just need a lightweight way to stay in touch, LinkedIn is the professional social network for you. Start your job search with the LinkedIn app today. The LinkedIn app is free to use and download. --------------------------- Want to make the most of LinkedIn? Upgrade to a Premium subscription for exclusive tools to find a job, grow your business, find sales leads, or hire talent--priced from $29.99 monthly to $119.95 monthly. Subscriptions will automatically renew each month and be charged to your iTunes account within 24-hours of the end of the current period, unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your iTunes account settings, but refunds will not be provided for any unused portion of the term. These prices are for United States customers. Pricing in other countries may vary and actual charges may be converted to your local currency depending on the country of residence. Privacy Policy: Terms of Service:



  • okay title for app, could be rebranded tho

    By Capt.Rudder
    states is a "network and job finding" app but you get routed out to employers job application anyways and sort of seems more like a social app than a networking vechicle, but helpful nonetheless to make new connections. solid application - good job on the developers.
  • So many scams

    By Lebkuchen Haus
    I’m convinced at least 60% of the job postings are scams. For every 5 jobs I apply for I get 1-2 responses that are scams. LinkedIn needs to find a better way to weed these out. Really disappointing.
  • Cash Grab

    By Pleaseeeeeeee
    Too many ads
  • Worst notification settings

    By Jawsh Rose
    This app probably has the worst notification settings. You have to manually choose a notifications group, then select a suboption before you can untick the push notifications button. You have to do this each time just to disable each push notification. Why???
  • Unable to redownload the app

    By TCelay
    It’s been over two weeks since I’ve updated my iPhone and the LinkedIn app automatically was deleted. I can no longer download the app. I’ve reached out to customer support and they have no timeline on when it will be fixed. I use want the app back. The mobile version of LinkedIn is horrible.
  • Peoblem

    By yumeiin
    When truing to search for jobs , the sort option is not working when you combine 2 or more
  • Hail to the spamers!

    By Promiceus
    A contact that once added me started sending me service proposals. I politely explained that it does not fall into my sphere of interests or needs. That did bot stop the contact on sending me the same stuff once a month, a clear copy-paste message with service proposals. Again. And again. And again. I gave up and reported the contact as ‘spam’, selecting ‘spam and proposals’ (or whatever the exact phrasing was). Just got a reply from Linkedin’s team that it’s all right! Ok, linkedin, so you basically praise spamers and don’t want to follow your own procedures on reporting them? Thanks guys, now I see your true face: spam network.
  • LinkedIn 1984

    By Mike.BBb
    LinkedIn’s new privacy policy where they don’t allow to create accounts under nickname is ridiculous. I don’t use my legal name for safety and privacy reason, and I usually go by my nickname. However, LinkedIn’s new policy mandates you to use your legal name and they demand to send you government issued ID or they suspend your account. So I lost my account which I used for 10 years because my legal name doesn’t match my legal name. When I tried to create a new account, again they suspended my account and demanded to verify my account. To sum it up, LinkedIn lost it and I’ll happily move to it’s new alternative which respect privacy and doesn’t collect information it doesn’t need.
  • Can’t block companies or industries

    By MacGuy12
    I don’t want to see ANY jobs from insurance, healthcare, or elder care in ANY situation no matter what. I consider them all predatory industries and there’s not a snowballs chance I’d work for them. In addition, when you click on a job notification about an application being viewed it takes you to similar jobs. I want to see the job I applied for, not something completely irrelevant. Also, why is it so hard to contact support or send a feature request? I wouldn’t be leaving angry reviews if I could actually talk to people without having to develop a whole skill set to navigate whatever article tree y’all got. I can navigate a search engine y’all.
  • The world is a mess

    By cashmoneys99
    Does it not bother anyone else that social media has become such an infestation in our society that now in order to be seen as professional you have to have a well made social media account that displays your success. “Work sets you free”