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Pinterest app updated with new ‘Place Pins’ for planning trips

Pinterest announced last night that it’s moving into new territory: travel. The popular photo-sharing service announced Place Pins, a new feature that will allow its users to share photos of the amazing places they’re visiting.

That new feature is now available in the iOS app. And with it, users can essentially plan vacations by easily adding maps to their pin boards, as well as other useful travel information like hotel addresses and phone numbers…

Pinterest 3.0 is out with iOS 7-inspired design, ability to swipe between pins

Pinterest users will be happy to hear that the photo-sharing website has finally posted an iOS 7 update for its iPhone and iPad client. The update, which brings the app to version 3.0, brings about a UI refresh, and more.

The redesign ticks all of the usual iOS 7-edition makeover boxes. The icon has been flattened, as have most of the buttons and other UI elements, and certain sections of the app have been given a splash of white paint…

Pinterest update introduces more useful pins

Just a week ago, the Pinterest app in a major update gained a handful of new features and improvements like push notifications, user mentions and search suggestions, to name a few. Today, another update has gone live on the App Store, bringing additional improvements related to Pinterest’s new look. Specifically, your pins now have more info like pricing, availability, ingredients and movie ratings. More on that right after the break…

Major Pinterest update brings push notifications, mentions and more

Say what you will about Pinterest. But with more than 50 million users, and a staggering $2.5 billion valuation, you can’t ignore it. It has become a social networking powerhouse, and it doesn’t show any signs of slowing down.

With that being said, the company released a major update for its iOS app today. The update, which brings the app to version 2.4, includes a handful of new features and improvements like push notifications, mentions and more…

Pinterest app finally lands on iPad

You’d have to be living on a deserted island with no connection to the outside world to not have heard of Pinterest by now. The pinboard-style social photo sharing service has taken the web by storm over the past 12 months.

And there’s good news this morning for folks who frequent the social network: the Pinterest app has finally landed on the iPad (and Android). This means you can now re-pin all of those silly cat photos from the comfort of your tablet…