Pinterest Stories July 11, 2018
Pinterest Stories February 14, 2018
Pinterest Android app now allows you to rearrange pins, reorder sections, archive boards
Pinterest is rolling out an update to its Android and iOS apps to allow greater control over your content.
At the bottom level, you’ll be able to rearrange pins – something the company says has been one of its most-requested features …
Pinterest Stories June 21, 2017
Pinterest updates Lens feature with new design, tools, and categories
Pinterest launched its Lens feature earlier this year first as a beta, then to all users in March. In another update to Lens today, Pinterest is bringing a new design, improved camera tools, and new categories including fashion.
Pinterest Stories March 29, 2017
Pinterest’s visual discovery is being integrated into Bixby on the Galaxy S8
Bixby, announced today alongside the Samsung Galaxy S8, is a mobile assistant that is deeply integrated into the smartphone’s camera (among other components) to help users visually search their surroundings. According to an announcement from Pinterest, Bixby will also be able to use the company’s visual discovery features to help identify items and provide fun project ideas…
Pinterest Stories March 10, 2017
Pinterest launching its new Lens visual discovery feature to all U.S. users with new features
Pinterest introduced a new point-and-shoot discovery tool in February called Lens that lets you use your Android camera to find design inspiration and more. Now Pinterest is officially launching its new Lens feature to all users in the United States on Android and iOS.
Pinterest Stories February 8, 2017
Pinterest is introducing a new feature for its Android app called Lens. Rolling out now as a beta feature, Lens lets you point your camera at your surroundings to discover new design ideas based on what it captures.
Just point Lens at a pair of shoes, then tap to see related styles or even ideas for what else to wear them with. Or try it on a table to find similar designs, and even other furniture from the same era. You can also use Lens with food. Just point it at broccoli or a pomegranate to see what recipes come up. Patterns and colors can also lead you in fun, interesting or even just plain weird new directions.