inLink is here to provide you fantastic LinkedIn experience for the BlackBerry PlayBook. This application influence the mobile touch interface from LinkedIn itself united with the smooth & stylish BlackBerry 10 User Interface to give you the power you need to stay updated and in touch with your LinkedIn contacts.
You can now access LinkedIn on your BlackBerry Playbook with inLink application. There were many request registered earlier for not having any dedicated application for this professional social networking website and BlackBerry Playbook users are lacking this function as other tablet users can access through some application which is dedicated for this purpose only. The RIM is trying all the hard work to provide best to its customers in everything applications, supports and even providing the best user experience and now this time it LinkedIn, you’ll be excited to know that inLink application has officially been released on BlackBerry Apps World to provide all the BlackBerry Playbook users an ultimate LinkedIn experience directly on their tablets.
Features include easy accessible buttons to:
- View LinkedIn Mail
- Check LinkedIn updates
- Look through & apply for jobs using LinkedIn
- Unite & discover people you know on LinkedIn
- Communicate with your network & groups
- Look for companies, friends and groups in LinkedIn
At present inLink application is a premium application that means you have to pay for it. This application is priced at $1.99, which seems to be fair enough. Remember there are many LinkedIn application available in the market that just don’t stand up to the mark and don’t just purchase them blindly, I’m suggesting you this application after I’ve tried this application.
NOTE: Don’t get tricked by obtaining new LinkedIn applications which don’t even have a back button. Instead my advice would be to purchase InLink and experience the ultimate LinkedIn experience on BlackBerry PlayBook!
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