Pinterest Buyable Pins Roll Out On Android

Chris CrumeCommerce & Retail

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Pinterest announced that it is starting to roll out Buyable Pins on Android in the United States. The feature was first launched on iOS at the end of June.

According to the company, there are already over 60 million buyable Pins.

In addition to Android availability, Pinterest announced the Pinterest Shop.

"Now you can shop the best of Pinterest at our brand new Shop," says Pinterest software engineer Thorben Primke. "Stop by every day for new collections—from entertaining essentials to cozy winter accessories—hand-picked by us at Pinterest. Look for products from brands you know and love, like Bloomingdale’s and Nordstrom, and small boutiques you might not find anywhere else, like The Citizenry and Heist."

Last month, Buyable Pins got new platform integrations (IBM Commerce, Magento, and Bigcommerce) and availability for more merchants. The company said it had doubled the number of buyable pins in just over three months.

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Chris Crum
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