LinkedIn announced updated iPad and Pulse apps along with a new email offering called LinkedIn Intro that includes a sender's profile information.
The business and professional social network says that some 238 million users access the site via mobile devices.
LinkedIn's revamped iPad app features a more visual design that allows users to do things like play a video without having to leave the feed and tap on an image to expand it. You can now also "like", share and comment from within a feed.
Also today, LinkedIn previewed the latest version of the Pulse news app that it acquired earlier this year for $90 million. Available soon for iOS and Android devices, the updated Pulse features deeper integration with LinkedIn and personalization around professional news and topics of interest.