LinkedIn's Windows 10 app now available for download

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As promised, LinkedIn’s Windows 10 app has started rolling out to users today. The app was announced by Microsoft just 2 weeks ago, and it’s now rolling out to all windows 10 users today.

As we noted previously, the LinkedIn app for Windows 10 is a web wrapper but it includes some native features. For example, the app includes real-time notification support and it will show all of your notifications from LinkedIn on the Action Center in Windows 10. The app also integrates into the Start Menu of Windows 10, showing you the latest notifications and other data from LinkedIn on a live tile.

You can get LinkedIn from the Windows Store from here. It may not be available for you just yet, so check back in a few hours later if that’s the case.

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