1. vEEP pEEP's Avatar
    Anyone else get this:

    We are retiring the existing Windows Mobile App on 08/31/2017, which means the app icon will remain on your phone but will no longer work. You can continue to use LinkedIn on your Windows phone by going to www.linkedin.com from your mobile web browser (Edge, Internet Explorer). From here you'll be able to access the full range of LinkedIn features, including search and profile editing, which were not available on the app.

    For easy access to LinkedIn mobile web, you can pin the website to your start screen on your mobile device and open it with a single tap. Instructions on how to do so below.

    Open the web browser on your Windows phone.
    Enter www.linkedin.com and navigate to the site.
    Tap the three-dot menu button at the top right.
    Select "Pin To Start"

    Additionally, we will be launching a new LinkedIn Windows desktop app in a few weeks on the Microsoft Windows App store.

    Please feel free to contact us with any questions.

    The LinkedIn Team
    07-13-2017 06:14 PM
  2. vEEP pEEP's Avatar
    MS owns LinkedIn....
    This is like GoT betrayal....
    xandros9 likes this.
    07-24-2017 05:50 PM
  3. Pramod Phuyal's Avatar
    LinkedIn UWP apps for mobile is in process as per the news. Its been out for pc. And can be sideloaded for mobile too.
    vEEP pEEP likes this.
    07-30-2017 11:46 AM
  4. vEEP pEEP's Avatar
    just saw that!

    LinkedIn UWP apps for mobile is in process as per the news. Its been out for pc. And can be sideloaded for mobile too.
    07-30-2017 03:30 PM
  5. covfefe's Avatar
    It's standard practice to kill the old app before the new one is out.
    08-01-2017 07:10 AM
  6. vEEP pEEP's Avatar
    I see....just always seems weird when a MS owns it and stop supporting their own. Their plan is to drop the app for WP only, and use the web? Does not instill faith in MS....

    It's standard practice to kill the old app before the new one is out.
    08-03-2017 06:46 PM
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