The company has announced the creation of three new Pinterest apps for Android tablets, smartphones, and iPads.
This comes only a week after Pinterest got rid of its invite-only sign-up policy.
In addition to developing three new apps, the social bookmarking service is also revamping its iPhone app.
Pinterest co-founder Evan Sharp says the new app will have better stability and speed, and an updated design.
A second co-founder, Ben Silbermann, says the company's goal is actually to get people offline, following up on actionable recipes and ideas found on Pinterest.
The social network is trying to appeal to new followers with these moves.
Its meteoric growth has leveled off in recent months.