Currently Being ModeratedMay 13, 2013 11:56 AM (in response to Yianniscy)
If you read this, (even though it is for the iPhone, it works the same way on the iPad), it should answer your question.
Currently Being ModeratedMay 13, 2013 12:19 PM (in response to Yianniscy)
Well, the way that I read it, it does answer the question, the OP talks about this occurring in apps as well.
"Is there a way to make the iphone open links in their appropriate app instead of in the web browser. It drives me INSANE! I click on a groupon link in my email and I am sent to safari where I get a pop up that says "download the groupon app." Same thing happens for many apps I use everyday. The Iphone isn't smart enough to open the links in the appropriate app?"
The feature has to be built into the app itself. At least that is what I get out of it, if I read the entire discussion all the way through. But I could be misinterpreting what is being stated.
Sorry, I do no social networking at all, so I can't speak about that. Actually, I do use LinkedIn in a very limited fashion and when I accept an invitation from my email, It does tell me to get the app, but I can close that window and then LinkedIn opens in Safari and I don't need the app.
That probably doesn't answer your question, but I did want to give it a try.
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