LinkedIn Learning

LinkedIn Learning

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date:
  • Current Version: 1.100
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • Developer: LinkedIn Corporation
  • Compatibility: Android
  • Links: Google Play Store
77,833 Ratings
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LinkedIn Learning App

Advance your career with LinkedIn Learning. Discover the most in-demand business, tech and creative skills with personalized recommendations and courses taught by industry experts. Learn on the go with the LinkedIn Learning iOS app. Get the skills you need to succeed by watching bite-sized video courses anytime, anywhere. Learn from courses taught by industry experts in leadership, management, marketing, programming, IT, photography, graphic design, web and interactive design, 3D animation and much more. Get the most out of your LinkedIn Learning membership with the app: • Access 4,000+ courses in business, tech and creative with more added each month • Get personalized course recommendations • Download courses for offline viewing • Explore curated courses for a guided learning experience • Save courses to watch later • Watch entire courses or individual videos at your own pace • Share courses with your network • Add certificates of completion to your LinkedIn profile • Access to LinkedIn Premium networking tools, and exclusive insights like Who's Viewed Your Profile LinkedIn Learning app is free to download. With a subscription plan, you can watch the full courses across technology, creative and business topics. For Monthly Premium: $29.99 monthly USD For Annual Premium: $299.88 annual USD If you choose to subscribe, your subscription will automatically renew and will charge your credit card through iTunes account, unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your iTunes account settings. Requirements • iPhone 4S or later, iPod Touch 5th Gen or later • iOS 10 or later • Connection to 3G, 4G, or WiFi network LinkedIn privacy policy: LinkedIn terms of use:

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LinkedIn Learning app reviews

  • Not able to connect through library id 1/5

    By mdr_10
    The app in iPhone is not allowing me to login using my Library but I am able to access in iPad. The iPhone app is throwing invalid library ID though the ID is correct and can be accessed via portal.
  • Initial UX is tedious 2/5

    By bcdady
    Even for an experienced LinkedIn user, with a long-standing LI user account, signing up and signing in to the Learning app is more tedious than it ought to be. I attempted to provide this feedback from within the app, and was met with a dead-end error page when trying to access the Help Center.
  • Upgrade 5/5

    By Kobby52
    What I am interested you to update is Picture in Picture api mode to the better multitasking features
  • Dark Mode Please!! 2/5

    By Faoholic
    Please add dark mode.
  • Great app 5/5

    By stormbiz
    I love listening to these videos will commuting to work. I wish there was a audio only version for CarPlay.
  • Doesn’t seem properly optimized for M1 iPad Pro 4/5

    By Popeg22
    When using this app, the device gets hot and battery drains. I’ve never seen this happen on other apps before. Even editing 4k in Luma fusion with a 30 minute render doesn’t heat the system and drain the battery like this. For whatever reason, just viewing a video pushes the iPad Pro. Other than that, very convenient to have all of these amazing courses at the ready, whenever and wherever.
  • Apps needed in Apple TV 4/5

    By zanejava
    Can you consider develop apps for tv?
  • I can no longer learn! 1/5

    By CPManning
    You have forced an update to your app and now I can no longer use it on my iPad because I can’t upgrade the iPad any further. Guess I will have to cancel this. You didn’t have to do this.
  • AirPlay no longer works 1/5

    By D0R10B
    as of about a week ago airplay worked great, but now it doesn’t work at all and will typically result in an error message being displayed. This is a shame because Apple TV and Roku native apps are no longer being offered like they were when it was, so airplay is pretty much the only way to watch the videos on a larger screen
  • Can’t Log In 1/5

    By None of your business273747383
    I log in just fine on the web but through the app it’s asking me for credentials I don’t even have. I have a library card but it’s asking for a Library ID specific to my local library saying it should be in my invite email. What email? Guess I’ll stick to the laptop.
  • Unable to log in 1/5

    By cheeriegirl
    The most recent update will not allow to me log in to Learning. Please fix.
  • Catch 22 1/5

    By cleaford, follow me
    It appears that you no longer provide support for my iPad. The app Keeps telling me to upgrade the version of the app in iOS. However, the new version requires iOS 13 or later. My iPad Air can only update to iOS 12.02. Getting a new iPad is out of the question, because it’s not in the budget. This is unacceptable. There are no subsidies to make such a purchase.
  • Won’t run on my older iPad 1/5

    By Nfieldflyguy
    I’ve been using the app for years, but latest upgrade won’t run on my older iPad.
  • App crashes when I pause video 4/5

    By jonathan_L
    I really enjoy running linkedinlearning on my iPad while I code on my laptop. However, if I pause the video for a minute or two, and then come back and click the play button, the app will spin its gears for a while before crashing or telling me to try again. My normal workaround is to shut down the app and restart, but there are a lot of hoops to jump through to get back to where I left off. This is a fairly cumbersome workflow, and I'm hoping the developers can figure out how to fix the pause-button issue. Thanks!
  • Improvement 5/5

    By Peter_Lian
    Please build for Android/Apple TV.
  • Great Service but lacks execution 4/5

    By BlackLexusKilla
    I love all the things we can learn on this app. It fun and easy.
  • Blinding 4/5

    By DoIneed1
    Dark mode cmon lol
  • Not super functional 2/5

    By jlh992
    The key board doesn’t pop up when I try to sign in on my iPad Pro.
  • Where is the Roku app? We had one for Lynda 3/5

    By Turbo dawg
    It is 2022 where is it?
  • Great App! 5/5

    By TalismanMarin
    Great App!
  • Needs Keyboard Support - Good Otherwise 4/5

    By M Swindler
    The app is good. I like the ability to download courses for offline viewing. The UI is OK; having the chapter list at the bottom is not ideal (should be to the side like on the web since it is tall and narrow) but otherwise it works well enough. The biggest opportunity is keyboard support (e.g. Space for Play/Pause and arrow keys for skipping forward/back).
  • Good service with annoying app 3/5

    By ohmegan
    I love the service, but the app is surprisingly not great UX and has some missing features or logical capabilities. I just recently began using LinkedIn Learning and planned to primarily use it on iOS. Unfortunately, I’ve run into a few snags with the iOS app that I’m hoping leaving a review will help the feedback get to the developers to be fixed or made more clear. 1. I created a collection on mobile with the intention of organizing the large volume of courses I’ve saved. — I can’t figure out how to access a collection after its creation. — When adding courses to a collection, I can’t figure out whether it’s possible to select multiple courses and “bulk” add them to a collection. Right now, I’m going through a huge list of saved courses adding to a collection one by one. 2. Can’t disable the banner notification for “course saved” or “course added to collection.” They don’t auto-dismiss — I have to close each notification one at a time after they stack up while I’m saving courses. At one point there were more than 40 “course saved” notifications and I had to close each banner one by one. Turning off in-app notification didn’t help. And then the same thing happened when later wanted to organize the courses into collections. I hope the developers will utilize this feedback and fix the above issues.
  • Deceptive tactics, can’t login using library card 1/5

    By AbuSamak
    So I can login and use the platform using my library card just fine, when I use a web browser. Cannot login using library card and pin using the app. I do get the prompt to enter my library card number in the app but when I do so I get the error “your library doesn’t have access.” Of course my library has access, I was just logged in on safari!
  • Awful 1/5

    By JT in OC
    App won’t let me sign in even though I am paying a premium.
  • Bad link setup 2/5

    By Touch ID confused
    I would love to use the full deployment of LinkedIn Learning but cannot do to a bad library card login set up page. When I go to login with my Dewitt Mi Library Card where you put the number has a long line of text already in so that you cannot put the library card number.
  • Keyboard not coming up on iPad 1/5

    By reviews are reviews
    My iPad is up to date and the keyboard isn’t coming up on the login screen when I select the text box. I get the blinking line which indicates to type, but the iPad keyboard isn’t coming up. I do not have any Bluetooth keyboards plugged in nor are any usb devices attached.
  • Wonderful easy to understand and apply teachings 4/5

    By Curious kid for life
    I’m so fed up with the countless hours of lessons that just didn’t factor into our lives at all! We can’t use the knowledge to further our career or stand out in a crowd of recruiters. I feel as though I went into debt 25k and could've learned all that and some online and mostly for free! Even the $30 I had to pay once I just thought well you better get as much as you can!!
  • Does what you expect it to— if you live in 2018 3/5

    By Nilsipilzi
    the LinkedIn app for iOS is outdated. This app has basically functioned and looked the same for as long as i can remember. It seems like more of a web wrapper than a native app experience itself, which is unacceptable in 2022, especially if you’re Microsoft/linkedin. Beyond that, the iPad experience in particular is just plain bad, with it just basically functioning as an unoptimized iPhone port— again, not really acceptable when iPad has become a laptop replacement for many of us. Hopefully, there will be a solid update coming in the future.
  • Frustrating experience on iPad 3/5

    By WriterJamie
    The iPad app lacks no-brainer features of the web version, such as the ability to bookmark specific videos in a course. Having to use multiple taps to pause and start a restart a paused video is infuriating if you’re trying to take notes. The play/pause/etc controls disappear and have to be brought back by one tap and then another precise tap to do what you want.
  • Bugs 1/5

    By mustafa mughjo
    The app on the iOS is filled with bugs And when I view someone’s followed schools It always brings me to the first school that he followed
  • Convoluted 1/5

    By Locopelli52989
    This program has locked me up, not let me update my password or use the Authenticator. It is redundant, convoluted and not user friendly in the slightest
  • Let me ask you a question 1/5

    By WatsonJr
    If many other than Ivy League schools can not effectively educated students , why/how Linked-in can do this better?
  • Apple TV App 1/5

    By bnepal
    We need apple tv app.
  • Google cast option missing from the App 3/5

    By small-arv
    Does this app support google cast? I can only see airplay to cast videos but not chromecast. Is this feature going to be available on iOS in near future?
  • I love it on the Web 1/5

    By Andrew1243
    App doesn’t let me log in via library, it always says I have no access on my iPhone app version. However, when I use the same iPhone to log in, but on the web, only then will it give me access. Also, the exercise files are VERY bad, why not just make it cloud based, why do I have to download a file?
  • support tv please 3/5

    By 郑kev
    android tv and apple tv os
  • LinkedIn Learning Leveled Up My Career 5/5

    By Fonzman1984
    I was working a retail job and began taking LinkeIn Learning courses to learn how to code. In the span of 17 months I was able to transition to a full time software engineer and 4x my annual income. LinkedIn Learning has some great courses for self paced learning!
  • Space bar doesn’t pause videos! 1/5

    By thezolomaster
    Space bar doesn’t pause videos!
  • Great app but please give us option to turn off auto-play of videos 5/5

    By Marcman1337
    I use LinkedIn Learning quite a bit, both on the desktop and the iPhone. I really like this app. My biggest annoyance is that when exploring what courses are available and I tap on a course or video, it starts auto-playing and I have to stop it. I really wish the videos wouldn’t auto-play. Other than that, great app!
  • Dark mode 1/5

    By clipwrap
    Where is the dark mode support?
  • Worst nowadays 1/5

    By Fraz Hassan
    I don’t understand how they managed 4.8 rating. The app doesn’t even load properly and even when it loads the app hangs and then I have to close the app several times and open again and on most occasions it goes fruitless.
  • Needs AppleTV native app 2/5

    By spikep
    There is some great content here including the stuff the acquired. The content and concept for LinkedIn Learning seem like a natural fit for an AppleTV native app. This is something they should have brought to market before allowing companies with Lynda subscriptions to move to LIL.
  • Won’t download 1/5

    By Kristin
    This LinkedIn Learning app refuses to download for me. If has a cloud next to it so it must have been uploaded to the cloud at some point? But not when I click on it it tries to download and the quits. Very frustrating.
  • A profile in progress 5/5

    By Nidale Noun
    This I a very rich forum that not only encourages and facilitates continuous learning, but makes me feel that my profile is a life-project in progress.
  • Library access 1/5

    By D7690
    Library access doesn’t work on app, but works when I go through the website. Not sure what’s wrong on the app
  • Notification Freeze 3/5

    By EOMockery
    If the app creates any notification, it prevents any other touch actions until you close out and restart the app. Extremely disruptive given the frequency of notifications. Given its purpose, this irritating distraction makes it a painful app to use. I hope this updates soon and the issue resolves.
  • Reasonably good, some technical issues 4/5

    By revert510
    Have used for several years, on and off, usually through a work subscription. Here are some general thoughts: - Content is good, but less robust than other learning platforms lke Coursera. This can be good or bad, sometimes a short course on a timely topic is what I need. Sometimes, though, it would be nice to go deeper on a topic. You can create a collection, which is kind of the same idea, but because the content is developed separately, you may experience some overlap between courses. Ideally it would scaffold topics within a learning objective so you don’t have to piece together courses in order to achieve your learning objective - Technically, it’s okay, but I recently found when trying to bookmark a course, the pop-up notification asking if I wanted to create a collection would freeze any other inputs. Videos would keep playing, but there was no response to scrolling or other touch inputs, including that x-out to close the notification. I’d have to restart the app every time I bookmarked a course. Happens from both the topic list view and within the course view (iPad Pro 12.9, 3rd gen, iOS 15.1). So, lots to be happy about, a couple of bugs to resolve, and library that probably has something useful for you, but may not be as robust as a Coursera or other learning platform.
  • Library card login url error 2/5

    By Mysterious Lake
    The library card login url seems to have an unnecessary space at the end. It never goes through. Please correct it. I’ve never had any issues logging in on the web or with the Lynda app.
  • No dark mode 2/5

    By ebeach27
    It’s 2021, and this app feels dated in interface. The light colored interface is glaring and painful to the eyes for the light-sensitive.