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The latest update to Flipboard helps the app learn from your reading habits, so that it can make better suggestions about what you’d like to read.
Flipboard is getting ready to leap off your mobile device and onto your desktop, thanks to a new web-based version of Flipboard that will go live later today. Read on to learn more!
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The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Facebook is working on a “Flipboard style” news reader. This service will cobble together content from publishers, as well as Facebook users, into a magazine style format.
To date, there has been no true collaborative effort to be accomplished in Flipboard. I edit my magazine, and it’s mine. This is fine, but a little boring over the course of time. That’s all changed with the latest update!
Flipboard magazines are created by the people, for the people. If you have ever dreamt of being an editor in chief, or just want to share your hobby or passions with the world, now you can. We think the update is awesome. What about you?
In the wake of Google Reader being shuttered, Flipboard announced a new ‘create your own magazine’ feature. That function, built into their 2.0 update, allows users to basically cobble together stories they find interesting. Due to the interface of Flipboard, it populates like a digital magazine.
A new Flipboard update has been released and, while it’s just a small one, it does bring hover support, useful for future Samsung Galaxy S4 users.
Users of Flipboard, the app that transforms all sorts of content sources into full-blown digital magazines, are in for a very special treat once version 2.0 finally rolls around for Android.