With the latest share numbers in, Google+ doesn’t seem to be doing so well. They come in last or second to last on both e-commerce and media metrics.
Just got a new Android tablet? Looking for some great Android apps for tablets? You’ll find the inspiration you seek within.
You don’t have to go to great lengths to find out what are some of the best Android apps around in our views, but if you want a more informed opinion Google has come out with a pretty interesting top ten.
It might have taken Pinterest more than two full years to open its gates to the entire virtual world, but now that the social sharing service has moved beyond an invite-only basis, and has become available to Android and iPad users, there seems to be no stopping its expansion and growth.
Launched about two years ago, Pinterest is one of the fastest growing social services in the world and will most likely spread its tentacles even further now that it has gotten into the mobile space. Pinterest really took its time to design a native Android app for the social sharing service, but now that it’s finally out, the app is exceeding user expectations.
Pinterest is a fast growing social sharing website that let you “pin” various items you find online and then share them with your friends. A lot of people seem to like this new social network (especially women) and its popularity has been growing quickly lately, mostly through word of mouth. I believe Google will be very focused on content and services with their upcoming Nexus 7 tablet that they will unveil at Google I/O two days from now. Therefore, it makes sense for Pinterest to have an app ready for the occasion, as this image leak seems to suggest: …