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.
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While the last few Flipboard months have been great, the newsreader app was far from ideal for Android tablet users, partly because it’s really designed for smartphones. The tablet-optimized version of the app is finally here.
Popular magazine-style social news reader Flipboard is launching an update to its Android app. According to Inside Flipboard, its latest app release lets users “add a soundtrack to their flipping.”
Flipboard launched its much-awaited Android release in June, first as a Samsung Galaxy S3 exclusive, and then as a free download on Google Play. The popular social reader app has just been updated with new features, including UI improvements and performance tweaks.
Chrome won’t be the only app coming pre-installed with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, although Chrome is actually meant to replace the stock Android browser, while Google Currents will be added... to all the other Google apps, such as Gmail, Maps, Play Store, and so on.
Google Currents is kind of a hybrid between a RSS reader and a social reader, much like Flipboard, although Flipboard star...
Just yesterday, Flipboard’s business was looking shiny and silky smooth as the popular news aggregation app announced a deal with the New York Times that would bring its users the full (Flipboard-formated)... content from the prestigious paper.
But, as it turns out, not all publishers are happy with Flipboard. According to Ad Age, both Wired and The New Yorker will stop formatting their content for Flipboard...
In a bid to become the de facto newsreader app in the mobile industry, Flipboard has struck a deal with one of the world’s most renowned publications, the New York Times — making it... the first major publisher to make its full content available on Flipboard.
You can probably tell that there’s a “but” coming, as the entire content of the newspaper will be accessible on...