I do because I believe in the old adage that says: “A picture is worth a thousand words.”
Pictures are powerful and they’re the expression of our minds and thoughts. Sometimes a picture is all we have to share and Pinterest allows us to dazzle, thrill and stimulate our audience by sharing visually-enhanced images.
Today, with the growth of Internet-enabled devices such as tablets and Smartphones, most of us are consuming content and images on-the-go —which is a good thing.
If you’re an addicted Pinterest user like me, the following apps will help you to get started to using Pinterest on your mobile device.
Android — If you have an Android phone, you will need an Android app in order for Pinterest to work. Without it, it would be impossible to pin from your mobile device.
Pinpuff — This app helps you calculate the monetary value of your pins and what kind of traffic they are generating for you. It also helps you track and analyze your pins and gives you detailed reports on how your Pinterest account is doing.
Pinreach — Designed specifically to analyze how well you’re influencing others, this app works like Klout — it alerts you when your influence is going down. This app is a must for every online business owner.
Snapito — This app gives you variety of ways to pin your screenshots to your page; if you love researching and surfing the web; this app could help you a long way.
Reachli — Formerly known as Pinerly, this app has a flexible dashboard interface that keeps you informed and updated on your pin schedule. It also helps you unfollow groups.
Wallo Pinterest — I’m very addicted to using this Pinterest app because it helps me pin from my Android live wallpaper and on any Android device. You can even use it to discover travel destinations and new images.
iPhone and iPad app — Yes, this is the grand of them all.
The iPhone and iPad app is one of the most advanced Pinterest apps I have ever seen.
Although these used to be separate apps, the iPhone and iPad app has been combined to form one app that can be used on iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad.
Pinterest Pin It button — This improves the functionality of iPhone, iPad iPod Touch and Android apps and also makes pinning easy. Simply go to the goodies page; drag it to your toolbar and choose any app you want.
Pinterest recently announced the Pin It button is now available to website mobile apps. Those apps include, Fotopedia, Snapguide, Zulily, Northface, Behance, Modcloth and Brit+co.
When last have you logged into your Pinterest account? Have you pinned an image today? Let me know in the comments section below.
This article was written by Ritu Sharma. She is an SEO expert who works with SEO India company, PageTraffic.