I’m happy with the interesting changes on Pinterest iOS apps and as an avid pinner of this social site, I want you to join me as we unbox the new “pinteresting” changes. Take it away with your work of art, show it to the world and let’s start repinning to our like-minded followers.
As far as I can remember, Pinterest released their iOS app for iPhone users to update and repin photos. Honestly, I’m disappointed with the previous version due to the limited features, (and I got lazy repining photos). What’s more, it doesn’t have an iPad version. I’m quite surprised why a social media-repinning brand lacks these tools.
Finally, they nailed it with the iPhone app updated version and new iPad app version. It’s neat, complete and user-friendly. For pinners like me, I can easily pin my photos anytime, anywhere using my iOS device. Pin and repin other photos. You’ll get addicted to this app, especially now it’s accessible for iPad and iPhone.
Here’s an excerpt from their blog post:
“It may sound funny, but our goal has never been to keep you online. Instead, we want to inspire you to go offline and do things that you love. Today, we?re making it easier to take your inspirations with you by providing new apps for Android, iPad and iPhone.”
Well, I’m not sure with keeping us offline, but of course, we all want to be online and share the things that we love to do or whatnots. For iPad users, Pinterest calls it, “iPad owners may have the best Pinterest experience yet.” And can we give the rounds for retina display and HD graphics? The app offers a variety of ways to repin and browse through the boards. For a photo pinning site, I bet it’s really an awesome experience using the new iPad.
iPhone users will enjoy faster redesigned app in 2-columns layout where you can browse more photos. You can log in using your Facebook, Twitter or Email account and see your dreams come into life.
Do you like the pinteresting changes? If you haven’t checked it out, download Pinterest app from App Store for fere and tell me what you think.