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.
• iPhone 4S or later, iPod Touch 5th Gen or later
• iOS 10 or later
• Connection to 3G, 4G, or WiFi network
The applications LinkedIn Learning was published
in the category Education on 2016-09-22 and
was developed by LinkedIn Corporation.
The file size is 86.06 MB.
The current version is 1.1.106 and works well on
10.0 and high ios versions.
We update LinkedIn Learning frequently to improve your learning experience led by more than 800 industry experts chosen from around the world. Visit weekly to see what's new.
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I enjoyed this and learned quite a bit that I will take away in my role as Marketing Manager..
I think one of the best benefits of LinkedIn since its acquisition of Lynda.com, is the LinkedIn Learning part of the subscription. It’s rather difficult to justify the service if you only intend it for networking, unless you are a recruiter, marketer, etc. As someone who once worked in education and now in tech, I can confidently state that education should never stop just because you finished school (whether that was high school, undergrad, graduate, PhD, etc.). Whatever you do, chances are, there is room for improvement. Or, perhaps you are unhappy where you are presently, and you want to make a change for the better. The courses are not just limited to business, there are others related to becoming your best self, de-stressing, how to get out of a personal or creative rut, etc. Education now is vastly different than it was a decade or two ago. Online and on-demand courses have come a long way. Many of the courses on LinkedIn qualify for CPE (continued/continuous professional education), and even PMI (Project Managment Institute) certifications! The courses are also incredibly handy as a refresher for big, important projects, just to make sure you are covering all your bases. You can do these on your own time. Watch the videos or just listen to audio. Complete courses and place the certifications on your LinkedIn profile. It demonstrates to recruiters and potential employers that you are not stagnant, and that you are serious about becoming better at whatever you do. With enough accreditation, you can seriously advance your career, as well as your income, for the price of a subscription. I can’t think of many apps out there that offer such monumental value and wisdom, from hundreds of professionals across a spectrum of subjects. It’s up to you to unlock your own potential. Now, go and learn something new!
More good quality courses should be added
The video will suddenly be muted and has to be restarted to restore the sound. Also there doesn’t seem to be a batch delete function for those downloaded episodes.
Background play is great for listening to videos while driving.
The content is great, but there are many technical issues with this service. I can’t access the courses today, for example.
I came from Lynda.com and as soon as LinkedIn started taking things over recently, they did a bunch of stuff: 1) Got rid of the AppleTV app - both for Lynda and for LinkedIn, even though the transition is still not complete. 2) This app removed all settings features like the ability to disable Auto-Play, and view details of each course when viewing a list. I don’t know just by looking which is old and which is new. 3) LinkedIn is associated with your LinkedIn account, and I don’t see any way to migrate my years of Lynda.com work over to my new account. Not to mention my ten-plus active courses. Right now, the app feels half-baked. Hopefully they will add features like Lynda.com account migration, better support for libraries who have existing contracts with Lynda.com, bring back the AppleTV app, add back a greater latitude of settings (such as the ability to disable Auto-Play on a permanent basis), more information displayed for course sections in the browser, and allow us to mark individual lessons and courses as viewed or unviewed. So for the Lynda.com library of courses, I give this a five-star. For the transition from Lynda.com, I give them a one-star. And for the new app itself, I give them a two-star. Hopefully LinkedIn will fix these shortcomings soon. As a paid subscriber, it concerns me to see the tech side of things going downhill.
Where is Apple TV app?
One of the best and friendly ways to learn at basic levels👌🏾
Online support team to provide for all the org. students out there!
This is aimed software companies
I started using LinkedIn learning in the app using my iPhone 6. Unable to view the letters in the video. What the point of having the app where the video is not viewable. This app won’t work if you have slow internet connection. The login experience is also poor. Seriously you guys should consider fixing these issues.
Such a wealth of information on this app. Download it, I’m sure you’ll find a course on something you’d like to learn about.
Can’t use the Lynda Apple TV app anymore for learning so please give us a LinkedIn learning Apple TV app. It was so much easier and better with a TV app.
Frustrating while we are casting using chrome cast: 1. Can’t change the speed. Is fixed to x 1. 2. Need to select each video manually. Won’t go to next one by itself.
Excellent service but subscription is expensive
Very pleased with this learning tool
The UX is really not good for iPad users, • the video thumbnail list takes too many space on the iPad, it would be great if they can be displayed in a modular grid like the old Lynda.com • there’s no way to add note in app, and each time you add note on the web, you have to jump back n forth between the content pane and note pane (especially when u want to insert the note on the exact playhead location) • no landscape view. This basically is why I give it a 3 ★, the display is always on the wrong orientation every time I jump back from video full screen view.
Update: Months later and these issues still are not resolved. Just read the other reviews that highlight similar issues — administrators just respond with platitudes...”we’ll forward your comment to so and so...”; same kind of response if you email support. Nothing gets resolved. ******************************** Lynda.com was amazing — great content, good user experience on a browser and in apps and spot-on customer service. Not so much now that it’s LinkedIn Learning. The content is still great, and the user experience, although not as good as Lynda, is still good...but what is going on with the apps? Landscape issues with tablets, no smart TV app (in my case, no AppleTV app). And when I realized that there was no AppleTV app, I thought that’s ok, I’ll just AirPlay it from my iPhone app. But wait — the AirPlay function on the iPhone app does not work! And that brings me to customer service. They flat out lied to me as they tried to make me think that it was an issue only I was experiencing, that they could not replicate it. Then they just dismissed the issue. Funny how I was able to replicate the issue on other devices; even funnier that on a call with AppleCare, an Apple tech was able to replicate the issue. How is it that an organization that connects millions of design and IT professionals, that now operates a leading online design and IT educational service, can’t find anyone to iron out these issues? A better question: how is it that they thought they should start migrating subscribers from Lynda before working through these issues? I’d imagine it’s pretty embarrassing for them — I guess that’s why customer service felt inclined to lie to me about the AirPlay issue. I’d be embarrassed too.
Love your app and content my only drawback is their no certification or school credential for spending so much money you think that would be offered. But, May something you can add? Love the subjects and can we get more certifications courses like Apple , and so forth...
Great app to help professionals improve themselves, learning and voicing their brow on life.
Hard to use slider button when phone is sideways. No “go back 10 sec” buttons. Use cbtnuggets instead.
There is no Apple TV app. So I’m forced to watch videos using screensharing with my Apple device. It often just shuts off and disconnects at the best parts. Very frustrating. Videos are still great quality because Lynda made them. Sad about this takeover.
There is an essential aid missing—- the transcript. A very useful feature, you are able to go back after viewing the course and write down keyboard shortcuts, or take your notes. Needless to say—I miss this feature The videos are good— just wish you would bring back the transcripts—I’d go I’ve you 5 stars for that
When I chromecast a video and pause it, I lose connection to the monitor. So I have to start from the beginning to resume Chromecast. Also I can’t change the speed rate on Chromecast.
And you cannot remove it, only move to history?! Stupidest design. Doesn’t make any sense!!
Horrible redesign compared to Lynda.com experience.
I like the user experience and wide collection of topics
Despite having an enterprise subscription with my company and having downloaded the videos in the app, I cannot watch them cause they require a premium subscription. What a waste of time. Don't bother.
Very comprehensive in what ever field your learning. The one stop shop for all your learning needs 👍👍👍
Very easy to use, intuitive UI and makes the courses very easy to consume. Impressively simple
This app is all about the content which is frankly brilliant, well for me anyway. For someone who is mad about tech and loves to learn this is an AWSOME app