Tabfusion added support for boards and likes to the Pinterest tab application for Facebook.
The app debuted in February, initially supporting only pins, and Tabfusion said the update helps users mimic Pinterest on Facebook more accurately.
Pinterest has exploded onto the scene, with Experian announcing last week that it is now the number three social network in terms of traffic, trailing Facebook and Twitter, but ahead of veterans LinkedIn, Tumblr, and Google Plus.
Functioning in the inverse direction of Tabfusion’s tab, the startup Pinvolve, imports and reformats Facebook content into Pinterest. And Friendsheet brings a light blue tinted Pinterest type of layout to one’s Facebook news feed, without leaving the site.
Readers: Do you feel the need to duplicate content on Facebook and Pinterest, or do you prefer to keep the two social networks separate from each other?