It’s been a long beta, but today marks the official 1.0 release of Pinstachio.
Pinstachio had been in my head for a while: the easiest way to add the website you’re currently browsing to Pinboard. Like, press-a-couple-of-keys-in-your-keyboard easy.
So what did Pinstachio end up as? Well, it’s:
- A utility to quickly store bookmarks in Pinboard.
- Supports “quick pins” with no additional input required.
- Supports normal “pins” that allow you to adjust how it’s saved (tags, etc).
- Has a share extension for macOS for saving URLs from other sources (where supported).
- Shows your most recent saved URLs for quick access.
- That’s it.
What it’s not:
- A full-featured Pinboard client. Think of it more like a micro-client.
Pinstachio is available today through this link and has a 14-day free trial where all features are available. If you like Pinstachio, you can purchase it directly through the app for $4.99 (powered by Paddle).