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BlackBerry pairs with LinkedIn app

The social networking company has released an application that allows the smartphone users to keep up to date with their contacts and applications
Written by Steve Ranger, Global News Director on

LinkedIn has unveiled an app for BlackBerry smartphones, which allows its users to continue to build their professional networks when they are away from their desks.

The social networking company said the application is integrated with BlackBerrys' core communications applications so users can pair LinkedIn within their smartphone's existing email, calendar and contacts applications.

BlackBerry fans can use the app to search LinkedIn profiles, manage their LinkedIn inboxes, post network updates, add new connections and send out invitations.

For more on this story, see BlackBerry gets its very own LinkedIn app on silicon.com.

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