LinkedIn updated its iPhone app on Wednesday, Oct 2, providing a new look to the app that the company calls "flatter, cleaner and more modern" to fit within the iOS 7 operating system, Mashable reports.
The new version of the app, which is available in the App Store immediately, also allows users to accept or pass out endorsements within the app, a feature that was previously unavailable.
The professional network also updated the look of its mobile newsreader app, Pulse, which the company acquired back in April as part of its attempt to offer valuable news content alongside users' professional profiles. In addition to Pulse's new design, which experienced changes similar to the LinkedIn app, users can now swipe between articles within the app or back to the home screen.
The endorsements feature is not exclusive to iPhone users. LinkedIn's most recent Android update also includes the ability to manage endorsements through mobile. That update was available last week, Mashable says.