The fact that Research In Motion Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) BlackBerry has put so much time and energy into its app store is no surprise. If the company is going to make a comeback and challenge the big dogs, it needs to even the playing field here (found out how it is doing so).
Recently, BlackBerry posted this piece to its official business blog: LinkedIn App for BlackBerry 10 now Updated to v10.1.4
This may not sound like that big of a deal, but for a company in the position of BlackBerry every little bit can help.
It is important for users to have access to all the apps they need, including those for both personal and business use. LinkedIn is the number one business networking site in the world, so updating the LinkedIn App to v10.1.4 is a good thing for Research In Motion Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) BlackBerry.
Here is a brief excerpt from the post:
“Today, we are happy to announce a new version of LinkedIn for BlackBerry 10 smartphones is now available for download on BlackBerry World. LinkedIn is a great way to connect with your colleagues, search for job opportunities, network with peers in your industry, and to stay on top of the latest news. Read on for the new features included in today’s update.”
BlackBerry World is picking up steam, and this goes a long way in showing that the company continues to push forward in the right direction. If nothing else, it wants users to know that they can rely on this app store to get everything they would from the competition. This is an uphill battle, but one that BlackBerry appears to be winning at the present time.
The piece goes on to add more information on what the latest version of the app has to offer, touching on the following: get more from your recent updates, auto refresh, new notifications, BBM connected, and search for companies and jobs.
With a growing list of features, such as those touched on above, Research In Motion Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) BlackBerry can expect big things from the latest version of the LinkedIn app. This will go a long way in making users more comfortable with the BlackBerry 10 operating system.
For Research In Motion Ltd ((NASDAQ:BBRY) BlackBerry, it is basic updates like this that can really make a difference.