LinkedIn Learning

LinkedIn Learning

By LinkedIn Corporation

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2016-09-22
  • Current Version: 1.1.51
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 74.14 MB
  • Developer: LinkedIn Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4
4
From 256 Ratings

Description

Advance your career with LinkedIn Learning. Discover the most in-demand business, tech and creative skills with personalized recommendations and courses taught by industry experts. Learn on the go with the LinkedIn Learning iOS app. Get the skills you need to succeed by watching bite-sized video courses anytime, anywhere. Learn from courses taught by industry experts in leadership, management, marketing, programming, IT, photography, graphic design, web and interactive design, 3D animation and much more. Get the most out of your LinkedIn Learning membership with the app: • Access 4,000+ courses in business, tech and creative with more added each month • Get personalized course recommendations • Download courses for offline viewing • Explore curated courses for a guided learning experience • Save courses to watch later • Watch entire courses or individual videos at your own pace • Share courses with your network • Add certificates of completion to your LinkedIn profile • Access to LinkedIn Premium networking tools, and exclusive insights like Who's Viewed Your Profile LinkedIn Learning app is free to download. With a subscription plan, you can watch the full courses across technology, creative and business topics. For Monthly Premium: $29.99 monthly USD For Annual Premium: $299.88 annual USD If you choose to subscribe, your subscription will automatically renew and will charge your credit card through iTunes account, 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. Requirements • iPhone 4S or later, iPod Touch 5th Gen or later • iOS 9 or later • Connection to 3G, 4G, or WiFi network LinkedIn privacy policy: https://www.linkedin.com/legal/privacy-policy LinkedIn terms of use: https://www.linkedin.com/legal/user-agreement

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Reviews

  • Good content, quality interface

    4
    By TipPat
    There’s a lot of good content for broadening technical skills and preparing for a career change. Few suggestions for features: 1) Find a way to provide links to the PDF worksheets that the lecturers sometimes refer to 2) Recommend a course based on a range of time that I have available. For example, if I have an hour of free time, I can quickly find and knock out an hour-long course in one sitting.
  • LinkedIn Learning is awesome!

    5
    By spankipie
    UPDATE: the developers listened and updated the app to be compatible with iPad. I can now highly recommend this app! The best reason to use this is so that you can add certifications to your profile after finishing each course! The courses offered are from Lynda.com and are top notch! So many to choose from. OLD REVIEW: LinkedIn Learning is great, but until there is an iPad version, don't bother to use it on iPad.
  • No iPad or Apple TV App?

    5
    By Keifer86442
    The learning content is top notch with some amazing instructors. The pricing for LinkedIn Learning is actually cheaper than Lynda.com. The iPhone app is great, but I love to learn in my iPad and there isn't an iPad version of the app yet. Lynda.com (the previous service, owned by LinkedIn, owned by Microsoft) has both an iPad and an Apple TV app version. Add the iPad and Apple TV app versions and I'll change my review to 5 stars.
  • Buggy app.

    1
    By TheBox193
    The app has many flaws. Playing videos at 2x has audio and video glitches and falls out of sync. The app is hard to sign into, might be as secure as a bank app for some reason.
  • Screen Mirroring Off 90 Degrees

    3
    By NAStyExperience
    The app is great on your device screen, especially with the new iPad version. However, when screen mirroring, the image is rotated 90 degrees from how it should be, because iOS thinks the app is still in portrait orientation.
  • Missing AirPlay support!

    4
    By RobertAnna79
    I want to watch on my TV but I couldn’t find AirPlay feature anywhere.
  • Bug Bugs Buggy

    2
    By about.me/nimbledigit
    Skips. Hangs. Screen size lock ups. Spinning arrow of death. How can you expect to learn anything when you can’t create an easy to use, easy to play application that doesn’t suffer bad UI issues. Pick your outsource dev teams and IT wisely LinkedIn.
  • Learning for iPad

    2
    By Cyberwraith
    Ok,great. The videos now play on iPad. How about updating the screen format of the navigation so that it doesn’t still feel like a giant iPhone app on a larger screen? Your developers *have* done mobile development previously, right? :-) (Sorry to be a bit snarky, but announcing support for iPad goes beyond just being able to play the videos. Right now it’s still easier to project them from the phone to a larger screen and navigation shouldn’t be painful if you want people to actually use the app.)
  • Need landscape on the iPad!

    1
    By gcasaril
    I would enjoy taking classes if you would allow landscape on an iPad, it’s had to have to twist the iPad out of the Logitech keyboard when I want to take a class. Coursera has that option as well as other online providers, so until you get landscape I will get my courses else where.
  • Can’t use in iPad horizontal mode.

    2
    By Lorion11
    I’d use this app if I could use it in landscape mode. It’s useless in portrait mode as there’s no good way to view at an angle while having the use of the keyboard.

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