The Action Center will be users' hub for the LinkedIn app notifications - Image: Microsoft

Microsoft has released the LinkedIn app for Windows 10 to the Windows Store. After being available in web and as a smartphone app, LinkedIn finally gets its own Windows 10 application.

The LinkedIn app has begun rolling out to users which can find it at the Windows Store and get it for free. Microsoft notes in a blog post that it will be rolling out the app globally by the end of July.

Thanks to the LinkedIn app for Windows 10, users can now stay in touch with what is happening in their professional world right from the application. The fully integrated LinkedIn experience is quickly accessible from the Start menu and the taskbar.

Users can also receive real-time notifications in the Action Center and Live Tile, including messages. Notifications about scheduled meetings, trending news in your industry, and updates on your network also appear there.

Managing LinkedIn app updates

In addition, users can manage which updates they would like to receive in the Action Center. For example, you might opt to get real-time notifications for messages and scheduled meetings only, excluding news and updates on your network.

The LinkedIn app for Windows 10 will launch in 22 different languages, including English, Chinese (simplified), Korean, Turkish, and more.