LinkedIn Sales Navigator

LinkedIn Sales Navigator [Business] App Description & Overview

Stay up to date with your accounts and leads with LinkedIn Sales Navigator on your iPhone, wherever you are.

LinkedIn Sales Navigator helps you to target the right buyers and companies, understand what buyers value, and engage buyers with personalized outreach.

Whether you are waiting for a meeting, traveling between clients’ offices, or waiting in line for coffee, Sales Navigator Mobile gives you access to Sales Navigator’s key sales features where you need them most: everywhere.

- Get real-time sales updates on your accounts and leads
- Discover new accounts and leads with daily recommendations, wherever you are
- Prep for sales meetings by reviewing prospect profiles and account pages
- Save new leads after meetings to start getting sales updates
- Send timely InMail, messages, and connection requests

The Sales Navigator mobile app requires a Sales Navigator account, which is a paid LinkedIn subscription for sales professionals.

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- Hands down the best sales tool I’ve ever used

Finding new prospects and actually being able to connect with them is incredible. Prospects become friends and I stay in touch with a ton of people. Great to see live updates and expand my network. 10/10

- I use the app constantly, so where the heck is the iPad version!!!!

Please, LinkedIn for the love of God, build an iPad app for Sales Navigator! I am paying a bunch of money to be able to access my network, share information and find new clients but I want to be able to do that with the best experience possible; I want to be able to do that natively on the iPad without having to go through a browser! Especially since I have to send all my InMail through Sales Navigator, we should have access to an iPad app. Please fix this for us as professionals who are constantly on the go, we should be able to get the best experience possible from something we are paying for. Thank you guys! Also, I must say, I absolutely love Sales Navigator as a tool and on the iPhone it is very stable, works smoothly and looks good. (Now just that iPad app, for reals) ok, I’m done, I think they get the picture.

- Can’t live w/o it - areas to improve

I couldn’t live without sales navigator and it gets the job done that I need it to. That said, I feel like the user interface and user experience are a bit unpolished in number of ways and it’s surprising to me that they haven’t been addressed. You can’t sort lead and account lists by header rows and since things aren’t sorted alphabetically (I can make sense of the order) this gets annoying when your list gets to be more than a page. Several other eye-rolling user annoyances but like I said, I’d still recommend it to anyone and consider it one of my top tools because of the up-to-date access it gives me to information.

- Sales navigator

Works good but I wanted to upgrade to Sales Navigator team so I can synchronize with my crm. Since I purchased through the app it was billed through the apple store so I was not able to upgrade. I had to cancel through apple who already billed for the first month. Then I have to wait for the month to end before going to the Linkedin website and paying for sales navigator team With a credit card. So I have to wait a month to set the service I need and have to pay for this month even though it’s mostly useless without integration with my crm. Very poor purchase/upgrade system!!! Update: I tried the link Sales Navigator suggested and requested a refund from Apple and it was denied!

- Valuable, but limited

Really valuable tool, but limited by two big factors, 1) thousands of companies have no presence on LinkedIn and 2) the information about those that do is entirely dependent on what is voluntarily shared. Filtering by Revenue for example is really limiting in that the data is often outdated or non-existent. It’s not culled from external sources but dependent on the company to keep their profile updated. LinkedIn is a great resource for B2B selling but it should not be the only resource. That said, Sales Navigator is a great tool for what it does. Just know that you’re only reaching a fraction of your market.

- How could you mess this up that bad

For the cost of Sales Navigator I really cannot believe how terrible this app is for iPad. The LinkedIn app rules. But c’mon I have to view in portrait so my keyboard on my iPad is useless unless I want to turn my head sideways. I can’t even log in via the web because it takes me right to the app. I thought when I signed up it would be just like it is on the PC, nested within linkedin. Nope, separate terrible app that now makes all my work on the go useless. I love you LinkedIn, I love you so much but dude I hate this App.

- This app isn’t particularly useful

I’d like to see an iPad version with more of the Sales Navigator functionality. So far, the “discover” feature hasn’t suggested anything even remotely related to the accounts I’m seeking, even though I’ve saved 100’s of accounts in Sales Navigator. Regarding the app and the web version of Navigator: PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE integrate messaging between Navigator and LinkedIn. It is SO FRUSTRATING to have conversations in both places. I’m having to find contacts in Navigator and look up the conversation in LinkedIn just so I don’t start threads in two places.

- Need more CRM style feature + iPad application

I really enjoy using LinkedIn SN. I would love to be able to use the application via my ipad and have ALL the same features offered via the web on my mobile devises. Please consider adding more CRM style features: List Sort Run Reports Activity Value of opportunity etc... Sorting via address (location) Require a business contact card so when you connect you have the full contact information - managing business cards is very old school-maybe an e-card can be sent with a trusted new connection and updated based on any changes in jobs is updated. LinkedIn has become my most used tool and functionality adds are important. Also can you email the monthly statement for LI SN ?

- Used to be better

I’ve been using Sales Navigator for 6 years now, and it used to be a lot more valuable. Lately it seems to have a lot of bugs. Why’d they remove the lead search function? How come half the time I click on a person’s profile, it opens their profile in LinkedIn now instead of keeping me in the Sales Nav app? I know LinkedIn will keep innovating, but right now, I think there’s a lot of room for improvement.

- Useful yet frustrating

The data LinkedIn has is unmatched but completing even simple tasks through the app is frustrating beyond belief. Seeing pathways to connections is only sometimes shown which is likely the most important feature. Doing searches within your own network is complicated to figure out. I wish they spent more time on the things that mattered- better ux around finding the right prospects and finding pathways to connect with them quickly

- Best business platform for generating new business out there today

It’s the #1 tool out there today, the amount of information it provides on a prospect is unparalleled. I’ve scheduled more new business meetings through Sales Navigator then any other service or tool.

- iPad App needed and PBJ

I like the product so far. But I am in agreement with all the very many request I see on your reviews about the necessity for an iPad App. In this day and age and for a paid monthly service this should be a given. This is a bit like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. I can eat a peanut butter sandwich but not near as good or enjoyable in the experience of eating a good PBJ. Please realize the same applies here as it’s good but near as good as it could be. Thanks

- Once in profile, none of the buttons work

Looking at a prospect and wanted to connect. None of the buttons (connect, add note, add tag, message, etc) work within the app once you are looking at a user’s profile. Any fixes?

- What is this UI?

I’ve never written a review before but this UI is an inspiration to write about. An old iPhone UI for an app on an iPad that you pay 80 a month for? It is inconceivable. It really isn’t very hard to build an iPad interface, have someone there read a book on Swift and convert it. Also, is there no web view? If so, what is happening? Please LinkedIn, take an immediate look. I gave it 2 stars rather than 1 because it is useful info.

- Sales Navigator

The iPhone app isn’t as good as the LinkedIn app. It needs to be just as robust. My user experience on the iPhone falls short to what I can do on my desktop. Also, this tool needs an iPad app. It’s disappointing that one hasn’t been created yet.

- Needs improvement

The app is ok but has some big flaws: 1. The discover tab shows the same account results every day 2. LinkedIn and sales navigator messages are treated like two different things. They are the same and should show in both apps. 3. Searching for new leads/accounts by filtering is limited via the app 4. Push notifications only sporadically work (this is a big issue) 5. Can’t sync new leads / accounts to Salesforce. Makes it difficult to prospect and track without excessive data entry (More an issue with the service than the app) 6. The Salesforce sync that does exist is poorly executed. It’s using legacy notes/attachment objects.

- So Interesting!

Ready for another level to satisfy your business acumen and curiosity? This is it. I am never disappointed with the intel it sends my way, each and every day. Intuitive and thoughtful. I give it two thumbs up.

- Worked okay until April 2018

Just recently, I had to reauthenticate and have yet to successfully get back in. I’ve tried deleting and re-installing, hard resets, etc. At first I was concerned about being hacked but fortunately that’s not the case.

- Great Program

This is the missing link to relationship selling. Very organized and to the point. A must have for any sales professional.

- Only room for improvement is messages

Very helpful, only thing that could improve is notifications from messages. Also it’s frustrating that sales nav has a separate message box from regular LinkedIn

- Good Info but a little sloppy

Sales Nav is a valuable tool. It was better in the beginning stages when it had more compatibility with traditional LinkedIn, namely the messages. I do not like having 2 message inboxes and sales navigator can have some glitches. I also have issues getting alerts related to Sales navigator messages.

- Almost great

For the price I’d expect an iPad version by now and some basics like a key to understand what some of the random icons mean in the app and desktop version. But, that being said for B2B biz dev relationship building it’s the only way I prospect on a daily basis. Overall a great tool.

- It’s expensive but only way to prospect

There is now no way to tag prospects on LinkedIn with out sales navigator. 80 bucks a month is a lot but you can really hone in on who you want to target through advanced search tool. Also LinkedIn and sales navigator messages are separate and it make no sense. App is okay

- Not that useful

I can't believe with the amount of clever people that LinkedIn and Microsoft hires they didn't realize yet that it makes NO sense to force a paying user to use another app to check messages received. Seriously get the UX team to do some user research, it can't be something new to them... If it comes from someone higher up, fire him/her.

- Good but not great

Overall it’s nice to have on my phone but seems limited in use. We pay a thousand bucks a year + and it just doesn’t feel all there. If they put some work into it like better notifications and more intuitiveness with regular LinkedIn it would be great.

- Message integration

Inbox/messages should be integrated between LI and LI SN. It’s a bit annoying flipping back and forth, especially when you’re trying to track communication on the same person.

- Be cautious about signing up!!!

The app brings you in circles when you want to cancel. I tried the one month and trying to cancel is near impossible. They have disconnected the service and point me to download the iOS which I do many times. Then I get the “opps it’s not you, it’s us” error many times. Impossible to cancel and they’ve already helped themselves to the payment.

- Terrible support for an ipad

I am really disappointed. Navigator works well on the PC and is a good tool. The app is ridiculous for the ipad and the full website version is also unusable on an ipad. I travel a lot for my work - business development - and use my ipad a lot because it is so easy and small. It is unfortunate Navigator is unusable. For a premium product and high price I am reconsidering my subscription.

- Update issues and general content

After the mid-April update, I have to log into the app every time with no info populated. As far as the content, I get just as much info using the search on LinkedIn and the updates in connections are the same. It may be for you, but for me it was not worth close to $80+ per month.

- Best tool for sales

I highly recommend it!Best way to prepare list of potential customers, partners and get their insights and reach out to the Crucial toll for my work. I highly recommend it!

- Sales Navigator - THE Gold Standard

Sales Navigator is the ultimate tool in the modern sales networking approach. The built in analytics and search tools get you to decision makers that you need. I am still discovering its potential ona daily basis.

- LinkedIn Nav

I enjoy having access via the mobile interface. Excellent way to stay on. Top of things on the go!

- Review

Sales navigator is very helpful in finding the right people. But it seems like parts are missing on purpose and tags follow up and messaging management.

- Complicated to implement - Hoping it delivers on its promise

I am one week into the product. I still don’t have the promised integration with SalesForce. Technical Support is non existent. I expected more out of LinkedIn. I am hopeful I can get it figured out soon or I will cancel my subscription.

- New features but no hand holding for doing first attempt at utilizing

Need to handhold and run first report for user in the context of their objectives and company focus

- Need an iPad App...badly!!

I love the website and the ability to use my iPhone. However, sending messaging is really difficult when I am away from my desktop. In order for this to be a “go-to” app for sales, please develop an iPad app.

- Good On A PC Not On A Tablet

I like the app as it works on a PC, but not as it works on a tablet. It’s like a different app on a tablet, much more difficult to use and missing functionality found on the PC version.

- Need an iPad version

Constantly frustrating to use in an iPad. Promises in replies to reviews that this is being worked on go back over a year. Also need a consolidated inbox with the LinkedIn app. Silly that I have to jump back and forth between two apps for messaging.

- Thank you Sales Navigator

Thank you for helping me connect with customers both existing and new.

- Great on PC but mobile app needs work

I really enjoy using the website. I wish there were a better mobile app for iPads. The current mobile app makes it difficult to send customized invites.

- $80a month

Functionality is fine. It does not guarantee leads or ROI. You can’t make people read, collect or insurance your services. If they’re on linked in why are you not willing to connect? Save your money, just do it the old fashioned way. Plenty free resources to find the persons direct email, not worry if they’ll open their navigator in mail (WHICH THEY STILL CAP YOU ON)

- Just getting started

I have lots to learn but I already see the value in utilizing Sales Navigator for business.

- Founder & CEO

Using Sales Navigator has been amazing & has enabled us to make the right connections growing my network. Thank you, LinkedIn Become Your Best Consulting

- Frequent freezes

Like functionality. Concerned about stability. Frequent freezes. Thanks.

- C-level exec search on app

I wish I was able to search my connection contact by C-level on the app

- Great for increasing your 80/20

It opens the door to everyone at a prospect and gives you more insight into the company. It’s a great tool that I use daily.

- Limited and no iPad app

Are use this on my desktop and all the time and it is constantly open. I’d love to see the same functionality as the desktop iPad app and it would make the price I pay every month have so much more value!

- Invaluable

Sales Navigator has proven to be an invaluable tool for efficiently and effectively growing my business and serving my community of customers.

- Great lead tool

I’ll sum it up. It’ll get you to the right person at the fastest time possible with lots of useful features to EFFECTIVELY follow up.

- Limited search functions

Otherwise would be 5 stars

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- Prospecting Excellence

I decided to check out Gordon Ho on Linked in who has a course called Rainmaker. This lead me to Sales Navigator and I’ve found a brand new pool to prospect in. I have found potential clients I would not have know without this. Can highly recommend making the investment in your time and cost. Daryn Bungey

- Free Trial - Beware

LinkedIn, the org behind this app, is a great platform for business networking, but don’t ever get drawn in to a ‘free trial’ unless you are certain you want to keep and pay for their service in advance. Their marketing is sneaky and aggressive, and much like a bank or a gym, it’s hard to close the account and get out! For Sales Nav, be mindful that they will charge you a subscription ONE WEEK before the ‘free trial’ is due to expire!!!! The app didn’t suit my needs and I was simply lucky that my card had expired so the (quite significant) payment didn’t go through. To remove the app you have to go into your iTunes account and follow a few steps - I found these on google. LinkedIn don’t make it clear. I’ve had similar problems with LinkedIn Premium and LinkedIn Advertising over the span of several years - just around clarity about what you’re getting and what it costs. After avoiding their incessant ads for years, I would think one day, ok this product sounds good, maybe they’ve changed, let’s give this a go - and I’ve been Scrooged every time :( If they weren’t so sneaky I’d have more confidence in using and keeping their products. The way they operate currently just leaves a really bad impression in a space where impressions really count!

- Constant login and crashing issues

Hi guys I have both the regular LinkedIn app and the sales nav app on my iPhone X running latest iOS. Regular app works perfectly but sales nav always has issues such as crashing on opening, taking 20 seconds or longer to log in as it seems to be very inefficiently looking for credentials, cutting out unexpectedly for no apparent reason and copy/paste problems. When the app works correctly the features are great but the constant issues have made me use less and less often. Please fix thanks.

- Personalised Lists

Wish you could make personalised lists so I could put certain clients together. No idea why that’s not available.

- Love the app but...

Hi team Can I pls ask that you fix the problem I have when “copy and pasting” I find a contact or company on the road so I copy the details from my browser or contacts or calendar. Then when I press to past the button for past disappears so quickly it’s impossible to click. I appreciate it might be an apple issue but I wanted to let you know how frustrating it is. I also would like to see their recent activity - articles etc from the lead page please. Otherwise I love the app it’s GREAT!

- Could improve the reliability

Seems to have quite a few bugs in iPhone 10. Asks me to login with my name shown,press login and to goes back to the sign in screen. Constantly asks me to connect to the calendar and I approve but it comes back up the next time I go in.

- Effective must have tool for any business

I have been using Sales Navigator for 5 years and absolutely love it

- Right hand support

A tool of the trade in today’s business Who’s Who.

- Amazing features but no phone number!

Amazing features but no phone number.

- iPhone only?!?

How can this be iPhone only? Unbelievable. Many sales people are on the road with iPads and a properly optimised Sales Navigator app for iPad would be great. Using the web whilst on the road is just full of friction. Why wouldn’t a company like LinkedIn build a proper iPad app for this?

- Great app

Very practical and user friendly

- Essential Sales Tool

An absolute staple for prospecting

- Messaging is bad

There are no notifications for message replies. All the other notifications don’t go away once read and are excessive. Not a great UX.

- Great app for social selling!

Great app for social selling!

- Needs a lot of work

The app closes unexpectedly. Search does not work properly. Very disappointing since paying a lot of money for access to LinkedIn sales navigator...

- Freezes on iOS

The app is pretty much useless due to feeding every time I use it. Shame.

- iPad

Hi team - great app, a little disappointed there is no iPad version for my sales team.

- Doesn’t work

Always crashes on my iPhone 8+. Not useable

- Functionality

This app doesn't have the search and filter functionality, which is the only reason why you pay for the subscription to the web based version. Being a phone app version, you would think you could use this for business development activity on the road, but unfortunately not. The normal LinkedIn app has better search and filter functionality and it's free.

- Great for everyday use

Great for everyday use of checking insights and quick lead/accounts reviews. The features it has are spot on, and it loads very quickly because of this simplicity. Would like to be able to check my SSI though.

- Great organiser of news and updates from networks you're interested in.

Thumbs up.

- Great too for day-to-day work

When you work in B2B, this tool is a must. And the app provides easy access most relevant functionality.

- Great app

I often use this app in route to work or on the go. Love it!

- Great for anyone in business

Keeps you updated on all the latest trends and updates you are interested in.

- Excellent

A gr at tool for the true business developer

- Great App

Roll on with further innovation.

- Potential but annoying crashes

Crashes every time I go to leads tab

- Unstable on iPad and needs an iPad version

Surely given the amount of information, an iPad version is warranted

- A must for prospecting

A must for prospecting

- Inappropriate recommendations

Slightly upsetting to say the least to find in the top 5 recommendations of people I should connect to as my deceased employer and my deceased father.

- Rubbish on iPad

Security feature in order to install doesn't work on iPad 2. VERY poor testing by LinkedIn and their security vendor. Piece of garbage!

- A must have tool for bizdev

This is a great app for bizdev work.

- connecting talent with opportunity

sales navagator team is awsome and has a lead generator via advanced keyword search. and you can save these searches. and receive updates. as new connections arrive within your saved lead generator searches. either because your page rank improved from doing better quality work. or people changed jobs. im not sure if people taking on more responsibility. is detectable. probably if they included it within they linkedin job description. and communicated within this new capacity using linkedin. (within the same job) then they could potentially appear within search results. based upon their new work responsibilities. and as more and more people join linkedin. and keep linkedin open. when doing all their work each day. and also leveraging the awesomeness of linkedin as they work. then linkedin helps to connect them to opportunity. based upon the work they communicate in linkedin. either via private messages or via linkedin articles. or posts. or comments to and/or sharing valuable linkein pulse articles. and/or via participating in (and/or accessing key insights from) special interest linkedin groups. and also from the network effects. as linkedin isnt just about the opportunities you actively create. as its also a great way. if you are talent. for valuable opportunities to come from key people finding you. via key word search or beeing impressed with your content. linkedin is awesome. a total game changer. and sales navigator team is far far more valuable than just linkedin. sales navigator team is an essential tool for doing business. if you are a business owner, and entrepreneur, a ceo, a member of the c-suite, a board member or other executive, a powerful woman, a consultant, an advisor, just to name a few groups for whom it is essential for. yet sales navigator is not just valuable for those who have a work function that includes business development. as it also has better functionality for actively finding people of value to form meaningful connections with. or even to help you find the person you marry. so these are some of the awesome applications of sales navigator team. and once you start using sales navigator team each day, everyday. in combination with professional training in the massive number of ways to use sales navigator team to unlock opportunity and value. so then you will begin to appreciate the value and the many applications of this most impressive resource. from giving you access to the impressive linkedin professional network. that gives you direct access to decisionmakers who are similar to you. so no need to go through their secretary. and you can bee open to new awesome jobs. without actively looking. you can share your written and video content to establish yourself as a thought leader to attract opportunity. i have shared some of the value of linkedin sales navigator team. yet you probably won't know enough to appreciate it.or even fully comprenhend what i have shared. until you are using sales navigator team often, everyday. after having received training. including multiple advanced trainings. which will especially bee unlocking huge amounts of opportunity within the united states dod and united states intelligence community.from helping to break down the silos for much more fruitful collaboration.that is a total game changer. from both valuably purpose driven. as well as the huge amount of opportunity that talent can attract from sharing insight as a thought leader both within controlled groups or content you make publicly available.i think you can create groups for the sharing of classified content (like presentations/pitch decks, documents and possibly also video content. via i think its called linkedin drive.which is much more collaborative than just google drive.beecause of the enhanced options for giving talent shared access to your content. which is far above and beyond that available on google drive. linkedin sales navigator team can bee a total game changer within the u.s. dod and united states intelligence communities.and from working hard on top content within linkedin. this can improve you linkedin page rank a fair amount. providing a reputation measure of your value. even though the reputation measure of some members of the united states intelligence community is downgraded for security purposes. e.g. linkedin reputation of claire, station chief, central intelligence agency, asia-pacific region is massively downgraded. as is the reputation of other key people from the u.s. intelligence community.and even humble me. as i can directly message most leaders of nations and others.via linkedin. and i share alot of content with key people via linkedin. and i pretty much always have linkedin open.when working on my government advisory work. via my dell inspiron 15. yet the visible expression of my linkedin page rank has been massively downgraded. to even appears pretty piss poor. considering and true value and impact of some of my world changing strategies and big ideas. which is at times very important within international history. and beyond. linkedin sales navigator team is an essential tool for the groups i have listed above. yet everyone can begin harnessing its raw power and fruitfulness for better direct access to decisionmakers. to message privately or via linkedin drive. as well as the big opportunities that can come for beeing a thought leader on linkedin. and how this will attract both talent and opportunity to you via the linkedin network at times in ways that you could have never planned for. especially when considering the powerful serendipity moments that can come both, *online *and offline from using linkedin sales navigator team you could possibly even use sales navigator team to find your future wife. or maybe she may finds you via sales navigator team. its a total game changer. i can't recommend sales navigator team enough. every professional needs it. sincerely, john

- Useful app

Love it. Very useful app

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- Love it, wish I could select and copy text

Needing to copy/paste a lot and you can’t select text in your sales nav inbox on mobile. Other than that it’s great!

- Not as agile as web version

Not as agile as web version

- FREE Sales Navigator trial is a SCAM

If you ever receive an InMail through your LinkedIn account saying you are eligible for a FREE sales navigator trial, DO NOT FALL FOR IT. I was charged the amount of $126.46 on my credit card. Very disappointed.

- Awesome

Got my investment back on the first day. Well worth the money!

- Very Helpful

I recently opted to use sales navigator and am very satisfied with the result thus far. It has gone beyond my expectations!

- Boîte courriel

Des fois je me perds entre les 2 boites courriel - Ln et Sn. Merci

- Confusing to use

It seems two dimensional leads and accounts. I need more information. I think I just need to learn it better. Thanks

- Good job

I like this app to help me find leads in my industry. Great design for usability.

- Not reliable at all

Crashes a lot, doesn’t yield very good search results as the web version does. Not to mention half the time it won’t even let me sign in because of some error “HTTP- 1009 error”. Do not enjoy using this app at all.

- It could be insanely valuable

But LinkedIn doesn’t seem to put a lot of money into testing because they are a monopoly. Support isn’t very responsive, etc.

- A must for Sales Professional

The application works great on my 6S +

- Meilleure présentation à ses dèbuts

LinkedIn avait une meilleure présentation visuelle àses débuts. Je ne me souviens pas de Sales Nav mais j'imagine que les deux étaient semblables. Les informations sont bien et c'est un bon outil.

- Reasonable versatility

There is no doubt that the additional access an app offers over a traditional web based product is a step forward, but for my use there are still some important things that can’t be done within it as currently configured.

- Losing messages in inbox

I lost all my messages in Inbox! It's hard to believe that Microsoft hires people who cannon organize a proper testing prior to release

- Confused

Same service, two apps, two windows/tabs on the computer. Shows no history and poor UI and even worse consistency. Not very ‘professional’ after all.

- Poor linkages between LinkedIn and Sales Navigator

LinkedIn and Sales Navigator don’t talk to each other and sync up really well. Their connections and messages don’t stay together. Connection searches and results in LinkedIn do not appear in Sales Navigator. It doubles the effort in keeping up with the two apps.

- Works as intended.

No complaints. Works like the a paired down version you use from your browser.

- Essential for growing a business.

Sales Navigator is like having a secret door that opens new ways into every business opportunity.

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- Needs to be an iPad app that works

This absolutely must be a better iPad app.

- So Limited on iPad

I need all the desktop functionality on my iPad, not a watered down version. Even then my lead filters somehow turn out 0 results when it predicts dozens. Please make this app a professional tool and not reminiscent of a featureless dating app.

- Messages don’t work after invitation is accepted

Since late January, the message feature does not allow to write and send messages after the invitation to connect is accepted by the other person. Please fix this bug ASAP. Reach out to me if any questions. Thanks!!

- App is great but freezes ALL the time!

Love this app but it freezes all the time - close multiple times and then at some point it starts working. Fix this!!!

- Simple to use, worth every penny!

I like the way Sales Navigator organizes the companies and leads I follow continually providing me new ideas and conversation starters. Keep up the good work!

- No iPad version 👎👎

Yes it’s true, no iPad version. You would think during this day and age iPad and iPhone apps would release together day one. For years we will have to read their responses to the negative comments of... iPad app? That’s a good idea I’ll take your suggestion up with the developers😒

- Not good on mobile

The mobile app is prehistoric

- Lousy experience on iPad

If you plan to use this with a screen larger than an iPhone (an iPad, case in point), be advised that this app is NOT created or adapted for an iPad and you can only see the iPhone interface and ONLY in portrait mode. Really bad and poor experience

- A tale of two inboxes

No other platform has two inboxes when you pay for the premium version. But sales navigator does. No Bueno.

- Does not work on iPad

I wish they would release an app for the iPad or at least let you go to the normal website on an iPad instead of directing you to mobile app

- Unable to use LinkedIn login

The app did not let me use LinkedIn login. After trying to login it kept displaying an error that no network is available even though I had full network access. Regards Arthi

- IPad Version?

I like Sales Navigator and use it all the time but I do not understand why they don’t have an iPad app! Professionals are on the go and use several tools through the day. It’s ridiculous that they did not make an iPad version.

- App review for linked in

Not user friendly. The notes stated if you didn't like the product goto settings and cancel. I did that though LinkedIn but was still charged through my Apple ID and now I don't know how to cancel it.

- App issues

The Sales Navigator app seems less stable than the main LI app which doesn’t make sense since I am paying more for a better product.

- Awesome

Loving how much my career is growing after the first week Of using this app!

- Very Handy

This has become an indispensable tool for me.

- Sales Navigator is Great !

Enjoying making Lists & identifying potential clients.

- Wished It Worked Better On An iPad

Would give the app 5 stars if it was formatted to work on an iPad and the app would rotate on phone or tablet.

- IPad Rotation

Developers need to work on this app for iPads because the screen doesn’t turn, it stays in portrait view even when looking at the iPad in landscape. Please fix ASAP!!! Thx!!

- Great Tool

This is a great tool for business. I use it daily

- Best tool I use day to day.

I use this everyday in the office.

- Mobile App keeps logging me out

Mobile app keeps logging me out. Came to see if there was a new update!

- Include internal CRM tool

Please include an internal CRM tool since I use a different email client than Gmail

- Awesome

Simply amazing tool for any sales professional.

- Frequent crashes

This app crashes frequently. And need to re-login often

- Having to Re-Sign On Every Time I Open The App

Please fix this.

- Very good tool for Lead Generation

One of the best tools for lead generation

- No excuse for not having an iPad version

Very expensive service for this egregious lack of detail.

- Cancel not working

I am not able to link on any buttons to manage my subscription and want to cancel. Coincidence? Now this review is forcing me to add a name and they’re all “taken”.

- Mr

The best app fir business relations ever..magnificent

- iPad Version Please

Paying the fees and having to look at an iPhone size screen blows! Please work on one for the iPad

- No iPad Support

Very hard to believe this hasn’t been developed. Disappointed that this isn’t an option. Please work on this, as I hardly use the app on my phone.

- Crashing

App is constantly crashing when trying to send inmail to contacts outside my network.

- Decent but crashes

The concept of the app is great, but it’s riddled with bugs and it crashes all the time.

- Poor

Poor user experience Poor integration with LinkedIn Premium Nothing useful about this app and it’s been this bad for far too long!

- App freezes after scrolling through a handful of saved accounts

Good in theory but poor in performance.

- IPhone 10 crash needs a fix

The latest version of the app does not open on the iPhone 10.

- No more notifications

I don’t get sales Nav notifications anymore, since the last big iOS update

- Inbox messages broken with latest version

All the messages I sent the text is replaced with “test”

- Doesn’t work

I tried to login and it wanted to redirect me to another page but it marked a “lost connection” and never let me login.

- iPad Pro

Please make compatible with the iPad Pro

- Not an iPad app

This is embarrassing. A crappy iPhone port of an already limited app. How can a tech company the size of LinkedIn think this is OK?

- Can not log in

I cannot log in the app says network problem while I'm writing this review.

- The app is unusable

Sales Navigator? It’s fantastic. This app? Horrendous. It’s literally unusable and no matter what I do, it crashes. I’ve deleted it and reinstalled it countless times.

- Landscape Mode for iPad?

Where is landscape mode for iPad users?

- Generally useless

It has essentially none of the functionality of Sales Navigator.

- Lack of support

I have my preferences set at 200 employees max. Why am I getting news on 10k+ companies. No support via human

- UI is horrid

iPad... no landscape makes this ap useless on my device. Pathetic.

- Too expensive

No replies to inmails, cancellation difficult.

- Sales Navigator

Charged after canceling

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