Now You Can Access the LinkedIn App via Win­dows 10 App Store


One of the most popular professional social networking websites meets one of the most popular operating systems in the world as LinkedIn is finally rolling out its app for the Windows Store for Windows 10.

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The rollout of the LinkedIn app for Windows 10 is beginning today and will be available to all Windows users worldwide by the end of July.

Doing this, the company has given easier access to their professional networking service for all those using Windows 10 operating system on their machines — right from the Start menu or taskbar.

“We are bringing the LinkedIn experience that millions of professionals around the world use on the web to the Windows Store with an all new Windows 10 app; giving customers a better way to keep up with what’s happening in their professional world that is accessible and tailored for Windows 10,” Microsoft stated in their blog post.

The LinkedIn app delivers real-time notifications for new messages, insights on user’s next meeting, trending news in your professional sector and updates from your network via the Action Center and Live Tile.

“With our new desktop application, Windows 10 users can enjoy a richer, more engaging and connected LinkedIn experience. The app makes it easier than ever to connect to opportunity, work smarter, and tap into your professional potential,” LinkedIn stated in their blog post.

The app will launch in the following 22 languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese (simplified and traditional), Arabic, Danish, Italian, Dutch, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Turkish, Swedish, Czech, Indonesia, Thai, Malay and Romanian.

How to Download the LinkedIn app on Windows 10 PC?

Although Microsoft has mentioned that the LinkedIn app for Windows 10 will be available on the operating system’s app store starting today, a wider roll out will take some time.

Go to the Windows Store and search for ‘LinkedIn app’. Click on it and click on ‘Get’. The app will start installing now and once up and running, all you need to do is login and you’re good to go.

If you don’t see the app yet, don’t panic. Expect to get the app by the end of this month.

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