Pinterest last week announced a brand new immersive design, making the platform “even more visual” on iOS and Android.
Pinterest has been making little updates to refresh its app and improve its experience for users, for some time, and is now rolling out “a more immersive design that’s streamlined for Pinners around the world.”
Pinterest’s new updated look for iOS and Android makes the app more “visual,” bringing personalized recommendations to the forefront of the home feed. Furthermore, there will now be less space around Pins, allowing them to take up more space on a mobile screen.
The update comes with four main changes:
- Search now appears within a navigation bar to allow Pinners to access personalized trending searches that are accessed with one swipe.
- The following tab now appears at the top of home feed. This is where Pinners can find new ideas from those they follow – in chronological order.
- Ideas related to boards Pinners have most recently engaged with also appear at the top of home feed. This allows them to go straight into recommended Pins and save them with just one tap.
- It’s now easier for Pinners to find the Pins they’ve saved with an updated Profile and board view.
Pinterest says that the updates will continue to roll out around the world across its apps to create a simpler experience for Pinners “to go from inspiration to action.”
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