Pinterest is a popular social bookmarking application where users “pin” images from around the web to user-defined collections. The data that can be pulled from the API is incredibly visual - most of the content is pictures, so even a straight feed is visually pleasing. Pinterest has a homepage, but there has to be ways to consume these pictures.
The primary means of consuming content on Pinterest involves looking through a user’s Boards. These can range in interest between many different topics. Browsing is also quick, with a minimal set of actions a user can do to a particular item (pinning somewhere else, leaving a comment), but there’s something to be said for browsing through what is essentially an online scrapbook. If the data could be formatted in a way that is more appealing to this simple browsing technique (and one that takes advantage of the unique advantages a tablet offers) then consuming the content should be more enjoyable to the user.