By Microsoft Corporation

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2008-09-10
  • Current Version: 7.15.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 282.58 MB
  • Developer: Microsoft Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3.5/5 ( 7,989 App Reviews)
  • Price:
Yammer App Ratings: 3.5
Based on 7,989 App Reviews

Yammer App Details

Yammer is the enterprise social network that helps you and your team collaborate openly and stay on top of it all. With Yammer, you can connect to the right people in your organization, share and search for information across teams and organize around projects and ideas so you can do more. With Yammer for iOS, work gets done anywhere. You can contribute and collaborate with your team, even on the go. - Collaborate openly with your team: share ideas, work together and iterate in real-time in Yammer groups, wherever you are. - Connect with everyone: don’t let the org chart get in the way. Yammer brings together people who share the same goals across the whole company or organization, so fluid collaboration just happens. - Stay connected: with Yammer for iOS you're just a tap away from coworkers, information and conversations. - Share photos and videos: snap a pic or capture a video, then easily share it with coworkers, regardless of file size. - Get interactive notifications: get notified of important activity right when it happens – and take action right from the lock screen of your iOS device. - Work across language barriers: bring down language silos in your organization with 25-language support in Yammer for iOS – including integrated, on–the–fly message translation.


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App Reviews

  • Rating of the phone version

    By levpreece
    The PC experience is fine. The phone is poor. When alerted in email AND the app is open, it won't go to the ref in that email until you close the app. Then, in spite of being authenticated, you're asked to log in...but that's actually bogus. Just close the request and you're in. That's just poor UX. Then there's the whole UX in the phone. Terrible use of real estate. It's a phone NOT A PC. Figure out how users use it and build to that. Please.
  • easy to use

    By Luvhimiko
    if can link with Wechat that will more user use
  • Love it

    By Carmeldj
    Very good app!
  • Great app

    By 13F40
    Our company is set up throughout the southeast and it helps us cross talk many issues and even put PSAs our to everyone. Love the layout and ability to reach out.
  • Great app

    By leaton mitchell
    I like the app. Nothing wrong with it.
  • Getting better.

    By Tom, Pureplay
    I been using yammer for about a year now. I love the idea behind it. Helps to build a stronger work community. My company uses it to reward/ knowledge great work down within the company. The new added gif feature is nice. Specially when thanking a worker for a job well done. I would recommend being able to post in multiple groups at once. As my company uses different groups to separate from region to region. But would be nice when your trying to get a message across the whole company.
  • Please change the name!

    By Olbear82
    This is serious work. We’re sharing and informing, not yammering.
  • Not well thought out

    By zinkco22
    Can’t see pinned files. Doesn’t smoothly transition from area to area. Notifications have to be individually clicked on to remove. Unread numbers don’t update and always say 20+.
  • Be part of a team never was so easy!

    By mirie23
    We are in the field all the time, but Yammer make that connection with your coworkers so much easier.
  • An adequate discussion board

    By Raptor-X
    Yammer is a decent discussion board, but falls well short of what it could, and should be. Microsoft Teams and Slack are better in many ways, the Yammer team should take a look at them, and possibly combine forces with Teams to create a truly great experience. Teams would be nearly perfect if you could record meetings, so it is not ready for prime time either. Surprised at their shortcomings, its not rocket science. Just build what we need, want, and have been asking for for years.