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The popular social network, always at your fingertips

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Pintrest is the official application of the famous social network of the same name. It allows you to create your own type of virtual bulletin board to organize and fill with images so that you always have your favorite things on hand, whether they are videos, photos, text, songs, etc.

Of course, the best part of the site is that you can not only make your own virtual board, but also visit and browse through boards made by other users of the social network. You can leave comments on their entries to let them know what you like, or 'repin' an entry to your own board.

Thanks to this application for iPhone, you can take photos and pin them directly to your wall to share with all of your followers. It's an excellent way to instantly share your daily experiences.

Pintrest is a social network with millions of users, so you're sure to find interesting things every day. And thanks to this app, you can do it anywhere, anytime.
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