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SlideShare Unveils Its First iOS App

slideshare logoSlideShare, LinkedIn’s presentation sharing platform, announced the availability of its iOS mobile application. The app was designed for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, and was built on Swift — the programming language for iOS and OS X.

The app is positioned to deliver personalized content from roughly 15 million presentations through the user’s mobile device. The app offers a news feed tailored to the user, intended to display content from other SlideShare users within their professional network. The news feed can also share content from categories and topics the user is interested in.

SlideShare already has a native app for Android phones, which launched in Q4 2013, and the iOS app was in beta testing at the time.

“We rely on our networks of trusted friends, colleagues and mentors to help us stay current and accelerate our own learning and expertise,” said Andri Kristinsson, Product Manager for SlideShare Mobile Apps, in a recent LinkedIn blog post. “With the SlideShare app, you’ll be notified when someone in your network uploads something new.”

The app is available for free on iTunes.