With the increasing number of Android devices carrying larger sized screens nowadays, social media developer Pinterest have made a move to further update their Android app with this fact in mind. Pinterest is becoming more and more popular as new members join the millions of already registered Pinterest users to share media, thoughts and ideas with like minded people. The latest update, the first for the app since August, to the Pinterest Android app features a change to how images are viewed on a device which means that taller pinned images actually appear bigger and easier to see from within the app. This is ideal for those larger screens that are becoming the ‘norm’ with many users. Other changes include tweaks to make pinning from external web sites on to your own Pinterest boards through the app easier for the user to do and users will now also be able to view repinned pins when using the app. Along with a number of unnamed bug fixes brought on by user feedback, this update is designed with ease of use within the app in mind allowing Pinterest enthusiasts to continue pinning the things they are interested in from the web, to discover content by browsing the Pinterest categories and boards and repin, comment or like the pins made by other users, all from the comfort of an Android device. Pinterest have made the update available on the Google Play Store and of course, if you haven’t tried this social app yet, the full version is also available to download for free from the store.