The year 2012 started with lots of wonders about the direction in which the web is heading, and I am sure that many of you didn’t even considered the launch of a new major trend in the social industry considering that Facebook took everything in the field. Still, it seems like Instagram and Pinterest really know how to make an entrance in the web industry.
As a matter of fact, Pinterest is responsible for building a serious community and in just months it has become the fastest rising website in terms of traffic. Besides that and the creation of the “image bookmarking” trend, Pinterest has build real bonds between users and made social media a more fascinating world, not to say that in 2012 the site grown to over 30 million registered users and their number grows extremely fast.
The site offers a one of a kind content management interface for users and also opportunities for you to promote your business with ease. Of course, there’s always room for improvements and that’s when EasyPin comes into our attention. If you are like me, then you always want to benefit from having a time-saving app on your part, an app to help you gain more visibility, but at the same time work with a minimum of effort.
EasyPin is a minimalist and very professional iPad application designed for photography lovers and people who really enjoy being practical while sharing their favorite things on Pinterest. That of course includes online marketers, designers, developers and retailers who seem to have great success on Pinterest lately.
One thing that I really like at EasyPin is that unlike any other apps of it’s kind, EasyPin is focusing on keeping the sharing feature more simple and at hand so that every image will have embedded a Pin icon on it. In simple words, whenever you want to share something on Pinterest, you just have to click the “pin icon” and the share window will appear in an instant without having to leave the current page. Even if it might not seem much, this can become a really handy feature of EasyPin because thanks to “multi-tasking”, the sharing process goes much easier and you don’t have to wait for pages to load or lose your favorite content.
Using EasyPin will save you time and help you pin with style. Basically, the classic pinning process includes going to Pinterest, clicking on Add Pin button, choosing the right image and then adding a description of your own. With EasyPin, all you have to do is to open the app, navigate to the website, click on image and save it on your Pinterest profile. The app will automatically pick images description from keywords available on the alt tag…and all of these are done with support for new iPad retina display.
There are many other great features available on EasyPin, but for that check out the video bellow and see it in action!
You can get EasyPin at iTunes for free!