The job-based social network launches a Windows Phone app with what it calls "even more functionality than its iOS and Android siblings."
LinkedIn added a new mobile app to its repertoire today: the Windows Phone 7.5 application.
"We know professionals rely on their mobile devices every day to conduct business and to stay prepared for their work day," a mobile product manager at LinkedIn, Tomer Cohen, wrote in a blog post. "We've been working hard to make this new LinkedIn app best-in-class in the Windows Phone marketplace."
The job-based social network already has apps for
LinkedIn has more than 150 million members worldwide, which is nothing to scoff at, but the company is still dwarfed by other social networks like Facebook and Twitter. Over the past few months, LinkedIn has been updating its site and mobile apps to show its users information they can use them even when they're not looking for a new job.