Pinterest has seen a huge explosion in popularity in the past year. Thus it was only natural for users of the ever growing social media giant to want an official app for their smartphone. The app was initially unveiled this past June at Google IO and now the wait is over folks, as Pinterest has officially released their official app for both iOS and Android.
Pinterest releases new iPad and Android apps (CNN) — A week right after dropping its invite-only requirement and letting the masses sign up for accounts, social-bookmarking service Pinterest has produced another expansion, this time to Android devices and the iPad. Pinterest is a visual bookmarking tool … Read far more on CNN International
Popular social media network Pinterest updated their Android app today adding some new features to help improve interactions between users. Mirroring a change made to their web based site, Pinterest will now alert you via a push notification whenever someone likes, comments, or repins your stuff.
This week, Pinterest cracked the top 50 most trafficked websites in the U.S. with its now 25.3 million stateside visitors, but the social photo-sharing site has yet to determine how it will monetize all those pins. However, that hasn’t stopped other companies from using Pinterest’s growing popularity to generate revenue for themselves.
Pinterest Web Analytics, the site’s traffic measuring tool for website owners that was unveiled earlier today, is a foray into services that could help the social network generate revenues some day — for now, it’s free with “no plans to charge,” with the main aim being “help pinners see what content is resonating best on Pinterest”, the company tells me.
Pinterest begins iPad, Android Apps Android app is custom designed for Android phones and tablets all expenses, speed and size. In the meantime, the iPad app continues as maybe “the very best Pinterest expertise yet.” Pinterest is on a tear lately and has grown to become … Study a lot more about
Bing announced today that it has integrated Pinterest data into its image search capability. Noting that computer sorting is a powerful tool, but that individuals can also effectively curate, Bing has added a new image collections feature.
Pinterest is a popular tool that allows its users to aggregate images of any genre and share those “Pinboards” with others.
Last month, Pinterest announced that it would start showing advertisements on its service in the form of “Promoted Pins,” which would be paid placements from select retailers and businesses that would appear within Pinterest’s search results and category feeds. Today, the company says it’s beginning to roll out the initial tests with these new pins.
Pinterest, the content discovery website that has achieved massive mainstream popularity by letting people clip and share their favorite photos and videos online with virtual “pinboards,” is making it very clear that it is much more than just a pretty face — it’s a big business.
Pinterest confirmed today that it has secured approximately $200 million in a new funding round