Pinterest is a social network built around images. In most cases, as you can see in the shots above, they hide the links to different types of content.
Although it has a fairly large number of followers and a significant market share, only the first official Pinterest app has been launched now for Windows Phone. Because it is among the Microsoft’s platform most important applications missing for mobile devices, Joe Belfiore, Director of Windows Phone in charge of the Redmond giant announced the launch in his personal Twitter account.
The interface and content of the Windows application is very similar to what we find on Android and iOS. From now on WP8 devices can create virtual panels that will delight you. Because sharing elements could not miss , each pin posted by you can easily be posted on Facebook or Twitter. The search module isn’t different either from our previous experiences.
In other words, the new Pinterest application is hardly a revelation. Instead, it helps to be part of this community of users through your Windows 8 smartphone. Although the application bears currently beta status, in my experience I have not encountered any problems using it. If you want to download it for free, you can click on this link from Windows Phone Store .