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Pinterest is full of possibilities to design your life. Discover recipes, style inspiration, projects for your home and other ideas to try.
Just some of the things you can do with Pinterest:
• Find everyday ideas you love—what to make for dinner, what to put on your walls, what to wear and more ideas for every part of your life.
• Save ideas for later—organize ideas by topic, so they’re always easy to find.
• Search by keyword or with your camera—discover ideas inspired by anything you point the Pinterest camera at.
• Collaborate with friends—save ideas together for your next group trip, party or project.
• Save ideas you find around the web—just use the Pinterest’s Save button on your mobile browser.
What's New in Version 6.34.1
Every 2 weeks, we polish up the Pinterest app to make it faster and better than ever. Tell us how you like this newest version at http://help.pinterest.com/contact
Pinterest....It only took you 47 years!!
After 47 years....... 47 long years ..... After countless attempts prior ......It was finally through this wonderfully created app, Pinterest that led me to meet my birth mom!!!.... I stumbled on a pin back in June 2015 on a lazy Saturday afternoon.... that said Adoptees receive copies of their original birth certificates. This pin began the most memorable journey of my life... I clicked on it and it opened a door that was literally sealed for 40 plus years.... I followed the process from the pin ... received the birth certificate.... began searching for my birth mom .... found her in July 2015 .... not even a full month later.....and met her face to face in November 2015.... unfortunately she passed away December 2016.... But look at the miracle of God I was able spend that time with her .... Pinterest has been a blessing in my life .... just in time..... and the funny thing is I wasn't doing a search for anything related to adoption... However, God saw fit for me to see that pin... it was the last one at the bottom of the scroll..... thanks Pinterest...keep doing what you're doing!
Most frustrating, unresponsive site EVER!
I was invited to Pinterest 7-8 years ago by a friend. I worked very hard developing my site and, for someone with nothing but that to attract followers, slowly built a community of over 4,000 people. I painstakingly put my boards in just the right order and took pleasure in its organization since this is not an area I normally excel in.
Over a month ago, I signed on to Pinterest and noticed my boards were totally goofed up--randomized in order. At first Pinterest told me they were aware of the problem and would be fixing it soon. This weekend, however, another expert says that while the problem was corrected for some, it failed to correct board order for others. This "expert" suggested I drag my boards back in the order I wanted.
That "solution" is totally unacceptable! I have well over 100 boards and that would be time-prohibitive. Furthermore, since whatever board I post to changes its order sometimes (again randomly and not always) there is no guarantee reordering would stay in place.
Pinterest for me has lost all its joy now. Whereas I used to visit multiple times daily, I only check in occasionally now only to be dismayed and sad again. Why can't Pinterest some a problem it caused????
I really have not liked the changes Pinterest has made to their platform over the last 3 to 4 iterations. I don't like not being able to like other people's pins--it completely removed any nod toward being a "social" media platform when it did this. When I liked something, it was usually because I appreciated what my friend had pinned and I wanted them o know I saw it and liked it--for them, not for me. If I like it for me I would have pinned it also. I despise the constant bombardment of ads in the feed. No matter how many times I change my settings, send feedback on spammy ads, or completely block ad promoter, the ads still keep flooding in. With so many ads, it compounds one of the more recent issues arising from changes--you can't see who has pinned something without first clicking on it, so now you're sucked even deeper into the ad nonsense. If I didn't have so much stuff pinned already, I would not sign up for it. As it is, I mainly use Pinterest for recipes and ideas. I am in the process of moving my recipes out to a different platform so I won't have to interface with Pinterest. Just a bunch of bad moves on their part. One. Right. After. Another.
- Category: Social Networking
- Updated: Sep 18, 2017
- Version: 6.34.1
- Size: 86.9 MB
- Languages: English, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Filipino, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese
- Seller: Pinterest, Inc.
- © 2016 Pinterest, Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.