App for Pinterest lets you pin all day long on BlackBerry 10

Pinterest on BlackBerry 10? Yes please!

By Adam Zeis on 26 Jul 2013 03:44 pm EDT

Pinterest users will be happy to know that although there is no official Pinterest app for BlackBerry 10, App for Pinterest is here to save the day. 

App for Pinterest is a simple to use app that lets you browse pins, view followers, see your own pins and more. The native interface allows you to move around with ease through tabs like home, pings, search, likes, followers and profile. You can jump from one to the next and even set the app to use the mobile view if you prefer.

While it's essentially a browser within the app, Pinterest users won't mind as it's the best bet on BlackBerry 10 for now.

One of the coolest features is that you can easily pin images from the native browser as well. Just find the image, tap the overflow icon and choose Open in App for Pinterest. Once open you can create pin within the app, save it and go about your business. 

Setup was a bit tricky but once complete there were really no big issues. App for Pinterest is guaranteed to help anyone get their fix on the go. The app itself is free but a $0.99 fee will kill the ads. 

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Reader comments

App for Pinterest lets you pin all day long on BlackBerry 10


I've sideloaded the Android and would not see any point in paying 0.99$ for this app, but that's just my opinion.

Posted via CB10 from my Z(ed)10

I'm right there with you. Why pay when the port does everything for free and is not essentially a browser page.

Posted via CB10

My gf will be happy.

But how long till this gets killed like that yelp one.

Some these main stream app developers are real a-holes. I will never use Yelp again regardless if its on bb10 or anything else. Their donzo as far as im concerned.

Z10in' since the Beginnin'

Thanks Adam :) if anyone has any questions about the app feel free to email me (support at SCrApps dot org) or hit me up in the forums :)

And to everyone mentioning the Android port - I agree 100%, the Android Port works great (not much I can do to compete there unless Pinterest releases an API). The main reason I made this app is the ability to pin from the browser, the rest is really just added content to try to make it more an app rather than just a browser extension.

Oh and inflamesgod - as Adam said, it's free. $1 just removes ads :)

Now that's an honest and truthful response. If I used Pinterest I'd be all over that app just because of it. Thanks for supporting the platform. Hope you have much success.

Posted via CB10

Thanks for taking the time to make this app, it's great to have an option. The side load works for me but the pinning from the browser sounds great.

Posted via CB10 on my white Z10 and loving it!

That's an awesome response. I have the android port and it works great but I downloaded your app as well. Great combo!

HBB Posted via CB10 from my BlackBerry Z10

Please make a third party vine app now sir!

I would happily pay 3.99 for that app. Cheers

Z10in' since the Beginnin'

You can hack the API like the Windows Phone Devs do. Windows Phone has 3rd party apps for Pinterest, Instagram, and Vine all done by hacked APIs. Windows Phone has the best 3rd party developers in the world and we need BlackBerry developers to step up in the same way.

Posted via CB10

Hey! I downloaded the pinterest app and tried logging in through the Facebook login option, but it said I must enable pop-ups. I enabled pop-ups through my browser settings, but I'm still unable to log into pinterest. Do you know what I need to do so it will allow me to sign in? Thank you!

Thanks. I'm using this one. I will always support developers that take time for me. Much success.

Posted via my BATBerry Z10

Sideloaded android version of Pinterest works just fine, but always appreciate it when a developer takes the time to make something for BB.