Your Bulletin Board To Go.
**Take your bulletin board with you. Anytime. Anywhere. Without a screwdriver.**
Ever wished you could carry your bulletin board around with you?
Hate having to reorganize for every new idea?
Wouldn't it be awesome to have as many boards as you want?
With easy undo and redo?
That you won't run out of space ever again?
**Pin to the rescue!**
Pin is your new digital bulletin board to go.
Unlimited bulletin boards.
Unlimited space and zoom.
**And thanks to iCloud, accessible from anywhere at anytime.**
But the best part is: this board can even remind you of your most important cards.
Even when you're not sitting in front of it.
Even when the Pin App is not running.
**Send yourself notifications with Pin.**
And because our memory tends to be a sieve, you can even use Pin as a screen saver.
It's also operable completely with gestures, you can drop images and flag cards…
Performance and GUI Improvements
Added Support for Upcoming Versions of OS X
Ratings and Reviews
I like it, but...
I use this app to plan out blog posts, projects, products, etc.
However, my chief complaints are
1) Lack of support. I followed the link to contact the seller for support, yet I've never received a response to my multiple attempts.
2) My reason for contacting the seller was because I was looking for a way to expand a note card vertically. You know, to squeeze in a few more details without the necessity to click on the card and scroll.
Otherwise, I've been happy with this app.
It's never crashed, it's always saved my boards, and it's very straightforward and easy to use.
Needs some work...
The application’s concept was everything I was looking for: simply a digital bulletin board that I could pin thoughts to and organize at my leisure. It turns out that it is that, but it lacks many of it’s basic functions, even the ones advertised. For example, you can drag some photos and have them sized down on your card and when it works it’s great, but many photos cannot be dragged onto a card and more than one is simply too much for the app to handle. And the idea of titling and having the cards available is awesome, but you can’t even resize the cards to be able to see more of your text at once, and isn’t seeing all of your thoughts in one place kind of the point? If you are comfortable with minimal functionality, than by all means buy the app, but if you’re looking for something better than just using Stickies, you probably want to look elsewhere.
I like it
I like it. A lot. I've got some other Apps from that company and like all the others it's very easy to use and does what it's supposed to do very well. Everytime I'd contact with those guys, they've been very helpful and fast. Maybe both got off on the wrong foot? Btw: no crash here either.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.