LinkedIn is one of the best resources that you have at your disposal when looking either to increase your connections, to endorse your skills or to search for a new work place. But sometimes you want to prolong your job search on your smartphone or tablet, when you are making your commute or just waiting for something.


LinkedIn thought about that, as well, and that’s why they have released the new free Job Search app for Android users. The app has been available for a while now for iOS users and it now comes to the Android ecosystem with the same features. The new Job Search app for Android is available in all English-speaking countries only. Daniel Ayele said the following on the official LinkeIn blog:

The world of job seeking can be all consuming. From secretly stalking the open reqs page of your dream company to sending endless applications into the black hole of online job listings, your job search can quickly begin to feel like a job in and of itself. Enter the brand new LinkedIn Job Search app for Android, a one-stop shop for Android users’ job seeking needs. The app touts all of the features iOS members have come to rely on with their app counterpart, but was built from the ground up specifically for the Android experience

The brand new app comes with left and right hand navigation menus and an action bar at the top of all main pages, letting you easily resume your job hunt. Here are the main features of the app and what it can do for you:

  • Quick and easy job search based on title, location, or keywords
  • Recommended jobs based on saved searches, jobs you’ve viewed, and your LinkedIn profile
  • Notifications when new jobs match what you’re looking for
  • Easily apply to jobs using your LinkedIn profile
  • Privacy control, as you network won’t know about your employment-seeking activity

In the past, we’ve covered some other interesting guides on this subject, so you can go ahead and have a look at some more websites to help you find jobs online. If you are a freelancer and are just seeking for gigs, check out some of the best websites to visit for that. Also, if you need need help make your CV, have a look at some of the best online resume makers that we’ve found.

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