- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 16255010, a year agoI have a suggestion for the future: why not add an option allowing the automatic download of all the (original size) images from a Pinterest board? This would be great.
There is a Chinese extension for Chrome (ImageAssistant Batch Image Downloader) that can do that, but it is not adapted specifically to Pinterest and downloads a lot of garbage in addition to the Pinterest original images. It requires that one scrolls down the entire board , and then it can identify and download all pictures.
I believe that on the basis of "Pinterest Downloader", you could make a better extension than them, specifically adapted to Pinterest.
Brilliant extension btw. At first I thought that the Download button should download immediately, but on reflection, it is better the way it is. Or the behavior of the button could be made a choice in the settings.
- Rated 5 out of 5by mcdazz, 2 years agoFirstly, there are some comments that say that this extension doesn't work.
I'm using Firefox 78.12.0esr on Debian Linux and I'm logged in to Pinterest and it works fine for me.
After installing this extension, and agreeing to the "Allow this extension to run in Private Windows" message, the icon will appear in the top right.
When you're on a Pinterest page, click on the Pinterest Downloader icon (top right).
You should then see a Download button over all the images.
NOTE: As you scroll down the page and more images appear, you will need to click on the Pinterest Downloader icon again for the Download button to appear.
This isn't a problem with the extension, just how Pinterest works.
Clicking the Download button opens up the image in a new tab. You can then save the image.
Handy hint: I use Pinterest Downloader in combination with the Cute Save Button extension, so that when the image opens in a new tab, I can just click on the Cute Save Button instead of having to right click on the image.
- Rated 5 out of 5by jaggz, 2 years agoWonderful. Simple. Works fine so far. I examined the source code and it seems it doesn't do anything to violate your privacy (with its access to your pages). (Try the CRX Extension Source Viewer to evaluate addons.)