pinterest is already one of the fastest growing social media platforms out there as people love the simple and easy ways it offers to organise their interests and likes. Now, Pinterest wants to make the whole experience even more interactive by giving developers access to a full set of APIs.
People have saved over 50 billion pins to this day. But, apart from rich pins, things are pretty static on Pinterest. With its new set of APIs, Pinterest is giving developers the keys to build a more interactive experience for users.
For example, developers will now be able to create apps for ordering ingredients from a recipe pin, or booking trips based on travel pins.
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Pinterest explained that when a user will sign in a developer’s app with Pinterest, they will be able to offer a personalised and curated experience, based on the user’s boards and pins.
Pinterest is now giving access to its APIs in closed beta. If you’re interested in finding out more you can do so, and apply for access by signing up here.
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