LinkedIn for Windows 10 now available in the Windows Store for some

A little over a week ago, Microsoft announced a brand-new LinkedIn app for Windows 10. The only catch? It wasn't available to download right away. That appears to have changed for at least some people, as the app is now available in the Windows Store (via Aggiornamenti Lumia) as part of a seemingly slow rollout.

The new LinkedIn app appears to be simply a web wrapper. While that's disappointing for fans of UWP, the app still comes with some handy integrations. LinkedIn notifications will now appear on your desktop (for better or worse), and the app also includes a Live Tile that can show you highlights from your network in the Start menu.

As a caveat, it's worth repeating that this is part of a slow rollout. The link to the Window Store doesn't appear to be working for everyone just yet. Still, it seems it has started to roll out more broadly, so be sure to hit up the Windows Store to check if it's available for your PC.

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