You’d have to keep your head in the sand to not know that Pinterest has taken off like crazy this past year. Seems like everywhere you turn, someone is sharing something (pinning) a blog post about some craft, recipe, or activity that they really adore. It’s all good, we’ve done it, too. It’s probably the easiest way for us to keep an eye on what our friends are doing for the next birthday party or holiday get-together. Be it a new snack, fun game, or clever way of spending time, Pinterest folks are going crazy.
Today’s list of apps is designed to speak to those types of people who really appreciate Pinterest and its way of organizing all this fun stuff. We know there are other apps to help you pull down recipes, crafts, and all that other jazz but we simply couldn’t squeeze them all into one post. To that end, we ask that you tell
us your favorite apps for buying and selling stuff from around the house.
This week: Android apps Android apps for fans of Pinterest
Official Pinterest App
Discover, collect, and share inspiration. Pinterest lets you organize and share all the beautiful things you find on the web. People use pinboards to plan their weddings, decorate their homes, and organize their favorite recipes. Best of all, you can browse pinboards created by other people. Browsing pinboards is a fun way to discover new things and get inspiration from people who share your interests.
Kullect is the best way to organize and share your interests and experiences from the real world. It’s human nature to collect things we care about. People love to collect cards, stamps, art and more – but what about all the stuff you can’t keep in a box? Kullect lets you make virtual “kullections” of your interesting photos, videos, places and thoughts so you can remember them and show them off.
Kullections can be about any topic – memorable meals, noteworthy places, fashion finds, inspiring art, natural wonders, epic architecture, and more.
Discover amazing stuff, collect the things you love, unlock crazy good deals. Fancy is for curators of style. It’s part blog, part magazine and part bookmarking tool. It’s a place to share and discover great stuff, to curate a collection of things that define your style, to create a museum of Me. We built it because we love to show off the things we have and to window-shop for things we admire.
Trendstop Fashion TrendTracker
NEW Season Runway fashion show photos & videos – Womenswear Spring/Summer 2012Fashion TrendTracker app from trendstop.com gives you the insider track on the latest fashion trends, catwalk show looks, street style looks, fashion news, fashion trend ideas and over 500 fashion designer catwalk show photo galleries.
Take a peek at daily fashion news and fashion trends and style snippets from the team at trendstop.com and even submit your own fashion trend photos!
Share trends with your friends via facebook, twitter or email directly from the app, or save to favorites for easy access later on.
Savor and share it! The most delicious social network. DishPal is the most delicious way to share your most delectable dishes with friends and foodies.
Invite friends and fellow DishPals to join you in a themed potluck party. You and your DishPals can add dishes to the party.
Curate your own DishPal magazines to share your favorite dishes. For example you can make a “Yummy Avocado” magazines and include all your favorite avocado dishes.
Make your dishes standout with DishPal’s photo filters. You can edit your dishes so they look as tasty as possible.
What’s your favorite Android for buying and selling your stuff? Is it one of the five we picked? What do you like most about it? Leave a comment below and share with the class!
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Five for Friday: Android apps for Pinterest fans