Developed by LinkedIn Corporation

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2010-02-25
  • Current Version: 4.9.6
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 71.76 MB
  • Developer: LinkedIn Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.1 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3.5/5 ( 2,549 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free App Ratings: 3.5
Based on 2,549 Reviews
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App Reviews

  • Impossible to log into

    By fullmosey
    Does not allow you to login. The only option provided is to link my linkedin account which has a different email address. It doesn’t recognize it. I can login on my desktop machine using the same credentials with no problem. Fix this Lynda!
  • Terrible app

    By Azredhd
    The training videos are fantastic. The app to access the videos is terrible. I have a pricey monthly subscription through Linked In. The app does not allow me to sign in via my Linked In account and has broken links when trying to fix. It also can not link my previous stand alone Lynda account with Linked In. I do not have hours to spend to get things working with the lack of direct support available. So my pricey monthly subscription has been a complete waste of money.
  • Wonderful resource but...

    By ConnieH
    For those of us using library Lynda accounts, please make your library card login page mobile friendly. I’d give it 5 stars then.
  • Inflated price - limited value

    By ADHD-IR
    Sell outs be damned! Cancelled today. Replace with Udemy. 🤞🏻hope they don’t sell out too.
  • Useless

    By Nicole88
    Have an account which works fine on my computer but will not open on the app. Even after successfully signing into LinkedIn through the Lynda app it still keeps asking for a sign in.
  • Great, but needs LinkedIn premium

    By Ulisssees
    App is good. I prefer it to LinkedIn learning, but it doesn’t include LinkedIn premium
  • Charged for renewal and never used

    By cbolt2018
    Terrible support and charged for no services. Free trial ended and started billing without notification. Lynda is a rip-off. Apple tried to help me but can’t refund 4 months of billing at $34.99. Can’t reach a customer representative either. Too bad there’s no one who can help resolve. I’m an avid app user but this one is a major fail.
  • Will not allow login

    By TheSully66
    Will not allow login using LinkedIn, wants me to link a Lynda account, will not allow me to create, I think maybe I have one so I’ll try resetting it... error For an app that teaches programming in its courses, pretty bad....
  • Wow

    By Lolzwowhorrible
    This logo is such an eye soar, jeez.
  • synergy

    By pure synergy
    I signed up for a trial yesterday on my computer. I had to do this via linkedin because linkedin bought lynda. Although I would have preferred to create a lynda account separate from my linkedin account, that option no longer exists. When I try to log into the app on my ipad it wants me to sign into my linkedin account and my lynda account -- which I was not allowed to have -- so they can be linked. I am now stuck. I guess this is the synergy unleashed by the buyout.