LinkedIn Recruiter

LinkedIn Recruiter

Designed & Published By LinkedIn Corporation

  • App Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2013-10-15
  • Current Version: 1.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 31.71 MB
  • Developer: LinkedIn Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    2.5/5 ( 106 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
LinkedIn Recruiter App Ratings: 2.5
2.5
Based on 106 Reviews
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LinkedIn Recruiter App Description

Engage the best talent anywhere, anytime using LinkedIn Recruiter – now from your iPhone. Whether you’re at a conference, career fair, or running to your next interview, Recruiter Mobile offers you the key Recruiter features from your iPhone. Search and review profiles of potential hires, reach out and respond to candidates, and keep track of your team’s activity. There’s never been an easier way to find talent on the go. Why you’ll love it: · Find anyone – see full LinkedIn profiles of every member, even those outside your network · Reach anyone – contact candidates via InMail messages, email, text, or phone · Respond quickly – receive real-time alerts when candidates reply · Stay connected – get updates on job applicants, saved search results, hiring manager reviews, and profile changes of candidates you follow · Stay organized – save profiles of candidates to project folders, add notes, and view records of your team’s activity ** Note: Requires a LinkedIn Recruiter account. **

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App Reviews

  • $119/month for an app that doesn’t work?

    1
    By scott03
    The title says it all. I get a blank screen after authentication.
  • I’ll be sticking to the desktop version

    2
    By Lady_jmichelle
    I think it’s a great tool to source people on the go or look and reply to messages. However, if you have someone in a project and want to send them an inmail, there’s a glitch in the system. Nothing happens. Major flaw
  • Just Awful

    1
    By Eireann
    You'd expect better quality from such a brand. The UI is terrible and the UX frustrating. Between constant freezes and glitches you might as well not bother. You are barely able to boolean search but definitely limited when it comes to filtering your results... if the few options given decide to work. All around just a garbage app. Maybe, I'm too critical or my expectations are unrealistic, but... that isn't my problem, is it?
  • Never updated. Why?

    1
    By Ajm5072
    This app is not useful at all. For an expensive service, i would expect a significantly better mobile experience by a Microsoft-owned company. It hasn’t been updated in over a year. The mobile inbox and web inbox still are not in sync, the search and filtering abilities are abysmal. Why not drop it all together from the App Store?
  • Terrible User experience- especially for the $$

    1
    By Juls1880
    LinkedIn recruiter is a very expensive program- they should have a much more robust app than they do. My main problem is the messaging- there is not an option to forward a message (or any capabilities other than to reply or delete). I work with other recruiters and need to able to easily forward a message. This should be easily fixable LinkedIn!!
  • Garbage

    1
    By Scoreboard415
    You can do 7% of what you can via the website and basic things (like being able to see what messages you sent) are just not available. Tried using the app and within a minute I had just opted to go back to the web version.
  • Useless

    1
    By 1192Sweetie7
    Disaster of an app. It doesn’t appear that anyone is responding to how poorly this app functions.
  • Doesn't work at all

    1
    By Mj000777
    For some reason I get a cryptic message saying I can't use the app. Boo.
  • It’s quite terrible

    1
    By YoungDocJOJO
    LinkedIn should fire the whole team that put this app together
  • We don't serve your kind here.

    1
    By madcourtney
    When I downloaded the app and tried to login, it told me that my account isn't eligible for app access. I assume that's because I'm only paying to list one job at a time, as opposed to those who pay for your monthly service to list multiple jobs. By withholding a tool from your other paying customers, you aren't going to entice me to pay $300 a month to post my one job. We are a small company with five employees. That makes literally no sense for us to do. What are you saying very loudly is that Linked In supports the death of small businesses and that only large corporations have a place in your world to find qualified employees. Dumb and narrow-minded.

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