Pinbrowser is the quickest way to browse Pinboard's bookmarks, share them on social networks and save them to read later on your iPhone or iPad. Simply put, it's an awesome search and discovery tool.
You can browse Pinboard's great popular bookmarks, search for bookmarks tagged design, iOS or css, see what Federico Viticci (ticci on Pinboard) has been saving for his latest iOS workflow or browse Gabe Weatherhead's (macdrifter on Pinboard) Python links. If you log in to your account, you can also browse your network bookmarks. Afterwords, save the bookmarks you find interesting to Pinboard, your favorite Pinboard app or your favorite read later app.
For users who, like me, browse Pinboard on a daily basis, Pinbrowser is well worth $0.99 on the App Store.
Pinbrowser's strong suit is knowing what it should be. It's not trying to be a pinboard.in bookmarking tool. It is strictly a browser.
Pinbrowser is a great way to distill your favorite topics and links from trusted users into an easy-to-digest list.
I liked Pinbrowser when it first came out, but today’s update makes it a must-have for me: version 1.2.1 adds the possibility of browsing Network bookmarks. Alongside Popular and Pinboard-specific searches, the Network section is where I discover a lot of interesting links on a daily basis. Pinbrowser is $0.99 on the App Store, and it’s Universal. It’s on my Home screen.