Pin custom tiles for Steam, Origin and Uplay games, documents, document folders and websites to your Start screen!
Create static tiles with any image you want as logo or use up to 5 images to create a live tile that cycles between them. You can also create live tiles for your Steam games that display your achievements or for your favorite websites displaying their latest news.
Choose the background color you want to use by either picking one of the default colors, using our color picker, entering the RGB values of the color or even picking a color directly from any of the tile images.
Export the tiles you've pinned so you can share them with your friends, import them on other devices or just keep them as backup so you don't have to create them again if you need to reinstall Windows.
Not sure if Pin More is what you're looking for? Download the trial version to give it a try! In the trial version you can use all the features of the full version with a maximum of 4 pinned tiles.
Do you have any questions? Are you having any issues with Pin More? Do you think some feature should be added or improved? Let us know! You can contact us using the support link in the Store page or the contact button in Pin More's main screen.
In order to pin Steam games you need to have a Steam account.
2.3.1 • Added filters for the Steam, Origin and Uplay lists. • Added some file types to the list of accepted file types for document tiles. • Fixed issue where using some Png images could result in blank tiles. • Fixed issue where the selected scaling algorithm wouldn't be used in some cases. • Fixed issue where a live tile with a single image would be created for websites instead of just creating a static tile.
2.3 • You can now pin Uplay games. • Added lock screen support so live tiles can be updated when the device is unlocked. • Improved performance and reliability of the task that updates Steam live tiles. • Improved performance of Steam and Origin games lists. • Fixed crash that happened while importing a tile that wasn't fully uploaded to OneDrive.