Demand for LinkedIn is Up 60% in 2022

Ariel Ariel
1 minute read Mar. 26

This is a single insight from This Week in Apps #106 - Playing with the Big Boys. Check out the full article for more insights.


An app I use often but don't really think of when it comes to growth is LinkedIn. Why? I'm not really sure...

One thing I am sure of is that it's continuing to grow!

Weekly downloads have grown by 60% so far in 2022, from just around 710K weekly downloads in January to more than 1.1M last week, according to our estimates.

So far in 2022, LinkedIn was downloaded more than 11.3M times, according to our estimates. It's worth noting that downloads were split somewhat evenly between the App Store and Google Play, something we don't see all that often.

And a quick reminder - that's after LinkedIn chose to pull out of China late last year, its second-largest market at the time.

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