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Pinterest

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Pinterest is the official application from this famous social network of the same name. With it, you can create your own virtual board to organize and always have all of your favorite things on hand, whether they be videos, images, texts, songs, etc.

The best part, of course, is that you can not only decorate your own board but also visit and browse through other boards created by fellow users. You can leave comments to let them know what you think, and 'repin' items to bring them to your own board.

Thanks to this application, you can take a photograph and immediately pin it to your board to share with all your followers. It's an excellent way to instantly share your daily experiences.

Pinterest is a social network with millions of users, where you can always find photos and images worth a look. Thanks to this app, you can do it any place, any time, as long as you have an Internet connection.
By Laura Del Pino
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