LinkedIn Learning

LinkedIn Learning

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2016-09-22
  • Current Version: 1.1.107
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 86.57 MB
  • Developer: LinkedIn Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • Rating Count: 29 193


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:



  • Would love to...

    By cbblack
    Watch lessons on my Roku - by making it a requirement to only use this app instead of I can’t active the other app and watch my videos - super bummed out that I don’t have that functionality with joining. Looking into other options so I can do so on a different platform.
  • Learning A lot in one place

    By kemi faith
    Amazing experience thus far on LinkedIn learning.
  • Unable to “Download for offline viewing”

    By DRK-1
    Recently downloaded app, so unable to give a legitimate review. But right off the bat I’m unable to download and save videos to view offline. The option is not in the pull down menu. Using an iPad Air iOS 12.3.1
  • Extremely Upset - not available

    By G Fones
    Extremely upset that I had to switch from to LinkedIn learning as I did all my studying on Apple TV. Now I can't watch anything but still pay a $$$ membership. Watching full desktop apps on an old iPhone while taking physical note is not my idea of fun. I'll upgrade this rating once an Apple TV version comes out and they cAn offer the same feature set and functionality as Until then, only 2 stars for their preliminary effort.
  • Cannot cast to AndroidTV

    By lampterp
    I have never been able to successfully cast videos from the Learning app on iOS to my AndroidTV, which has Chromecast built-in. (The same feature works fine when using the Lynda app.) Instead of displaying my TV as a device I cast to, it only shows the option for Cast to Nearby device, tries to listen for a PIN, then fails. This seems like a downgrade in functionality from Lynda, where I can simply choose my TV from list of devices.
  • Wish this app had an Apple TV version

    By bandejavu
    Before my organization upgraded my account to LinkedIn learning I was using Learning on using my Apple TV was so convenient. I hope LinkedIn learning app will have an Apple TV version soon.
  • I never learn so much

    By Charlen_21
    Thanks ! I had a problems learning with this app I am now understanding the business world. You chose the lessons that you want to learn more about and learn the skills necessary to add value to your educational career goals.
  • Learning never stops

    By Murzafa
    I appreciate the combination of and LinkedIn. They have a lot of topics for various professionals. The video presentations are great as well.
  • Great content needs Apple TV app.

    By Josh d.
    I’ve been using LinkedIn Learning for about a week now, and for the content I am looking for (Agile learning), the content is informative, and well laid out for end users, and well presented by the instructors. Transcripts of content and Q&A per module are helpful. Loses 1 star for a lack of Apple TV application, which was available when LIL was Lynda, and competitors in this space have readily available apps. Would much rather stream through native app.
  • I love it!!

    By That crazy
    It's for all newbie’s who are just beginning their careers.
  • Not comfortable on Ipad

    By Shammgod0123
    No finger gesture to use on a touch-screen device? I wanted to slide on the screen but I get nothing. Or please provide 5 seconds forward/backward buttons at least.
  • Lots of content here

    By Dterriffic
    I have been using LI Learning for help with more generalized topics, and the resources and speakers are typically quite good. There are also more specific technical resources which I have yet to try out but will. LI Product - you guys DEFINITELY need a 15 second rewind or fast forward feature in your iOS video player. As long as LI continues to keep the content fresh, this is a great investment and bonus for those with a premium LI subscription.
  • A good start

    By Laserith1980
    Not a bad app. It works well enough, but has some glitches and at least one missing feature. Missing feature - split screen for iPad. It makes it really hard to take notes on my iPad without this and it seems like a pretty standard feature to be missing. Glitches - faster play speeds glitch out from time to time - quizzes some times lose the answer selection area - no intuitive way to save learning paths. If you start one it will show up in your learning materials, but not way to “bookmark” them otherwise. All in all, still usable, but could be a lot better!
  • So Beneficial

    By Loopole
    I wish I knew about these courses sooner, now I tell everyone! Professional, well designed courses, you are sure to learn something even if you think your an expert already.
  • No Chromecast Support

    By The Attaraxian
    The Lynda app supported Chromecast. This app does not. Why?Because know... Microsoft. MAJOR FAIL.
  • Unable to log into Corp network

    By bhfhvjkgg
    I have a Corp account for LinkedIn learning. Every time I try to sign in it doesn’t let me in. Also doesn’t show a status msg of what’s wrong!
  • You can watch training videos or take notes, not both at the same time.

    By Rhomphaia
    With very few corrections this could be a 5* app but it is an educational app that does not allow you to take notes in it or in any other app without covering up the video. How?? Pros: * The content is good and often more succinct than other apps. This sometimes means less detail that other providers but it also allows you to jump into a topic and get a good grasp on it in a short period. * Finishing a course allows you to post it as a skill on your LinkedIn page. * Downloading videos for offline use is easy Cons: * This app DOES NOT allow split screen unlike all the other training apps I have used. All the courses I take are video based with screen captures being a prominent feature in the training. I can watch the videos in full screen or partial screen with LinkedIn stuff below the video but I cannot have a second app on screen(a feature built into the iPad) because LinkedIn does not allow it. I can pull an app like Ulysses(note taking app) OVER LinkedIn Learning but that covers part of the video, which again, is using screen captures and forces me to constantly move my notes across the screen to see what the trainer is doing. * LinkedIn has no note taking abilities within it’s own app. * The service is overly expensive. You cannot get LinkedIn Learning as a standalone service. You have to get LinkedIn Premium at $30 per month. If you were already interested in LinkedIn Premium then Learning is a nice feature of that service. However, if you just want training then this is the most expensive, least in-depth choice.
  • Chromecast

    By alcindofilho
    Hey guys in this last version chromecast feature is not working. iOS updated. My chromecast ultra is not showing when I tried to cast from here.
  • Python essential training

    By Iyengg
    Need better explanation of each area especially, classes, objects etc., and it does it look like an essential training and harder to follow on Thanks
  • Treasure what you’ll learn...

    By jango-foo
    Great app with SOOO much more to learn than anyone might’ve hoped. You could get lost in here for years and learn something about almost anything SW, PC, Mac, Web, Design-related.
  • No support for organization account

    By just.otik
    How is this useful if I have to carry a laptop to learn? On Lynda, all worked fine on laptop, Android and iOS
  • Internet required

    By Exercises
    App does not work well off line.,,, ..won’t always start ..doesn’t always remember progress ..quizzes don’t seem to work line version will stop working if you multitask to another app Positives ..can download courses ..can use offline if you open it online and download your courses ..certificates go to your linked in profile
  • Nice learning app

    By twertui
    Works well, but I missed the 10 seconds playback button. It used to be in the app. Please bring it back!
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  • Digital Marketing Trends

    By annmariealwayslearning
    I enjoyed this and learned quite a bit that I will take away in my role as Marketing Manager..
  • Worth the Money & Worth Your Time - Here’s Why

    By AJLFX
    I think one of the best benefits of LinkedIn since its acquisition of, 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!
  • New courses needed

    By ludhianaboy
    More good quality courses should be added
  • Muted

    By arcbenson
    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.

    By Chuck_D_U
    Background play is great for listening to videos while driving.
  • Not there yet

    By KatieO'
    The content is great, but there are many technical issues with this service. I can’t access the courses today, for example.
  • Great Library - App Needs Work...

    By Amarand
    I came from 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 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 account migration, better support for libraries who have existing contracts with, 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 library of courses, I give this a five-star. For the transition from, 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?

    By EG2002
    Where is Apple TV app?
  • Excellent

    By Dencal14
    One of the best and friendly ways to learn at basic levels👌🏾
  • Video player needs skip button!

    By Chris Oakman
    Full of great content, but it’s hard to consume because the video player has no way to jump back and forward (like 10 seconds) so you could re-listen to important parts. Using the slider is difficult in full screen because you always accidentally switch apps instead. If they just copied YouTube’s video interface they’d be way improved.
  • Love LinkedIn learning

    By kadeeluebke
    Love LinkedIn learning and this app makes it easier. I do wish there was a notebook option like there is on the webpage design!
  • Please support library accounts

    By Customer XX
    I have a LinkedIn Learning account through my local library that requires me to use the old app. Unfortunately, that app hasn’t been updated in 5 months and hasn’t seen any new features in years. When will this LinkedIn Learning app support logging in with a library account?
  • Frustrating

    By RReinhard
    Confusing signing in have to make too many attempts and I lost my history of watched videos Why can’t this be easier?
  • app was better

    By mbs99
    There are a couple of differences between Linkedin Learning and that bother me. The Lynda app would highlight new courses. I have to go searching for them in LL app. It makes me think they are not creating as many new courses. The other thing is that I could watch downloaded Lynda courses without an internet connection. LL won’t allow that.
  • Why?

    By Michael773737
    Why would I pay for something I can get for free?
  • Awesome!!

    By deuce616
    Love this app. Great quality tutorials on stuff I need to know to do my job and help me do more with less.
  • Worth every penny

    By PrasadDixit
    Learning a lot of skills using the app. I purchased LinkedIn premium and was little skeptical about ROI. But LinkedIn learning app makes your subscription totally worth it. Courses are good, concise and very informative.
  • Practical and fast learning!

    By Miss Santa Torres
    Great videos! Very informative and easy to learn.
  • Playback functionality glitch (Try Again)

    By Kenny Thomas_5
    Starting listening to a course on audio only, two videos later the prompt “Try again” kept appearing. Good content but if it doesn’t perform the most important function flawlessly which is to allow me to access it then I have to give the app 1 star. Use on the computer instead to avoid.
  • Felt forced to move from Lynda to LinkedIn

    By imdiva
    Though the price is better for this version, I dislike various aspects : I’m unhappy with the interface overall. It’s clunky and looks more like it did in its early days. Really quite poor compared to the direction of modern learning platforms. Also: -that I can’t automatically play the next video in the sequence - I can’t remove a class from my history (that I simply looked at and have no intention on finishing) - I’d like to review my history with sort options such amount of time remaining, subject, name, or time (recent, etc.) -under completed, what’s the point in the “share to LinkedIn” when that platform doesn’t show courses that you have taken and are sharing? - it’s been more than a year and still no AppleTV version? And most annoying is that when I agreed to having my Renewal in July be as LinkedIn Learning (so I have paid the higher priced Lynda program through July) I was forced to used this app and I am unable to use the better, feature-rich, Apple TV enabled version! I’m beguto feel that the savings aren’t worth it.
  • Professional looking courses but full of empty words

    By VenerinHell
    It seems like some of the courses are filled with empty words - just to expand the course length. I would appreciate if the course was as short as possible and concrete. Otherwise it is time stealing app. I would prefer to spend 40min on one video just to gain solid concrete information.
  • App is ok. Needs work

    By SteelMinistry
    If I download videos to the app, I shouldn’t see the download arrow indicating that the videos can be downloaded. There should be a different icon indicating that the videos are already downloaded. Also, it should be easier to access my downloaded content. I’m not sure why it’s grouped the way it is. That’s just one little example of what can be improved. A lot of other little things that make apps great need to be improved.
  • Lack of screen functionality is a considerable limitation to using this app

    By Vachagan
    I find it useful to put two windows next to each other to watch sessions and take notes on One Note. This app does not support split screen and hence I am rolling back to using Chrome. It is a shame as the rest of the app’s features are rather good

    By ThaGlacier
    So, when you were you had both, but now it’s LinkedIn and it’s like everyone else said, the changes made visually and to the basic functionally are not going over well. Tired of air playing, rather have dedicated app and transcription is an incredibly useful tool. Please get on this.
  • Te ayuda a mejorar

    By lirreceb
    He obtenido mejores herramientas en mi ámbito laboral gracia.