LinkedIn has launched new editions of its Android and iPhone mobile apps to offer users more personalised features.
LinkedIn said news feeds would be made more relevant to users, and would offer them a customised navigation page preloaded with features relevant to them.
The navigation page can be accessed via the main homepage, using a swipe gesture.
LinkedIn was not available to comment immediately but said on its blog that the update had meant a complete overhaul of the app.
"We want to make it easier for our members to quickly discover and engage with the rich professional insights being shared across LinkedIn to help them make smarter decisions from wherever they may be working," said LinkedIn mobile product lead, Tomer Cohen, on the company blog.
"We've designed the new LinkedIn mobile phone app for every professional, with a richer and more engaging stream and more personalisation features."
According to LinkedIn, the number of its mobile users is fast increasing with an average of 27 percent of unique visiting members coming through mobile apps versus 15 percent a year ago.
The firm added that its weekly mobile page views have jumped 250 percent year-on-year.
Last year saw LinkedIn post strong revenue growth for 2012, with yearly income reaching $972m, up from $522m in in 2011, a rise of 86 percent.
The firm suffered a service outage in March which left the site inaccessible to users.
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