The new features launched late last week.
A text rundown of what’s new/changed can be found on the Historypin Blog.
From the Blog Post:
Our non-profit team at Historypin has been supporting community history efforts around the world for over 5 years. In that time, over 2,500 cultural heritage organizations and 65,000 individuals have joined our community to share stories, memories, snapshots, audio recordings, and in short: their history.
You’ll notice that the Historypin website has a new look, with exciting new design and functionality updates. We’ve also revamped it to work better on mobile devices.
A two minute video overview is available here and embedded below.