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While Pinterest on iOS is one of the more popular downloads in the App Store, the megapopular site still has yet to make an official app for Android, leaving tons of pin-addicts without a way to track their favorite pictures, people, places, and things while on the go. Fortunately, hot on the heels of Pinterest comes Fancy, another service for keeping a photo archive of all the things on the Web that you, well, fancy.
The primary way to use Fancy is to peruse other users' items and add them to your own lists. At first, it might seem a little voyeuristic, but make no mistake, it is a flattering gesture to add someone else's "Fancy'd" item to one (or more) of your lists. You can also upload your own pictures of items, either from your camera or your device's gallery. Unfortunately, the Fancy app doesn't integrate well with your mobile browser yet, so it doesn't let you Fancy items from a Web site.