|Social Networking||Free||Pinterest, Inc.||iPhone, iPad, iPod|
With Pinterest you can:
• Plan a project: Home remodels, garden redesigns and other DIYs
• Get creative ideas: Recipes to cook, articles to read, gifts to buy and ways to save money
• Explore a hobby: From comic art and camping, to woodworking and weaving
• Save travel inspiration: Outdoor adventures, family fun, road trips and more
• Find your style: Fashion, home decor, grooming tips and beauty inspiration
• Pin from your mobile browser: Save good things you find around the web
I've learned so much from Pinterest, great fun. But I've lost my capabilities to comment on Pins and trying to muddle my way through their support, or lack of support, is beyond frustrating. It's the only reason that I gave it 4 stars. I also miss being able to monitor the times each PIN has been pinned off my boards, not a running total by PIN. Not a good update.
Ok so I downloaded this stupid app 3 years ago I actually really loved it until I searched my name online and saw pictures of myself from my profiles where I look like complete trash so I recommend not putting a profile picture of yourself unless u want to be exposed 😤😤😤
Love it!!! Everything you need is there
Well, y'all have managed to make this one of the worst updates yet. It's so counterintuitive, I'm wondering if the developers are doing this on purpose, or if they even use the app themselves. Seriously, have y'all not listened to the people who actually use it? I understand y'all are trying to be technologically progressive, but it's not working, people. THANKFULLY—and this is probably the only good thing about this update—the ads and suggested boards and pins aren't muddled within the news feed, which is pretty refreshing.
It's very useful you can find there really good images
Pinterest, please, please, please start listening to the users and fix this app, which used to be my favorite. Over time it seems that this app has gradually gotten worse and worse. It is like the Pinterest team reads the reviews, and then goes "That's good, I could get behind that, BUUUT what if instead, we just got rid of ANOTHER feature?" *everyone in the room emphatically nods heads, some even fist bump*. My biggest problem is everything they are getting rid of, I'm seriously get worried about what will happen in the next update. When I first got the app it was great, the second update was okay, third kind of disappointing, then at the fourth or fifth they just CHANGED EVERYTHING THAT THE USERS SAID THEY LIKED!!! I'm no rocket scientist, but that seems like something you SHOULDN'T do. Would recommend, but if they don't fix this soon, that might change.
I LOVE Pinterest but PLEASE make app stop refreshing and going to the homepage after exiting out of the app! It's very annoying and I lose my spot where I was browsing or looking at a recipe.
It's such a shame what Pinterest has become. At one time the Pinterest app was both a fun, practical and useful tool that actually served a purpose. Now Pinterest has turned into a chaotic, brain fart cluster of irrelevant, impersonal pins, mixed with monotonous corporate ads and repetitive images. And that's just the home feed! Don't even get me started on the anxiety inducing task of trying to find a pin you know you saved to one of your many boards. Hope you remember when, what, where and how you saved said pin because Pinterest doesn't believe in filters. Don't rely on the search function or "topics" to locate your elusive pin...You will begin to question your own sanity. But no worries, three days from now, when you no longer need the pin you were desperately searching for will randomly appear in your home feed. I'm guessing Pinterest is just another victim of corporate goons over at the home office being totally out of touch with its user base. Hey I get that they're business to turn a profit. Nothing wrong with that. But, where Goons went wrong is in their poor decision to destroy the entire algorithm in an ill faded attempt to monotenize the app. Oh well, I guess that business! That's what happens when the big dogs don't know or care to understand their own product, needs/wants of their user base. It happens all the time. Oh well, I guess that's just business!