Posts Tagged ‘Flipboard’

One of the most anticipated app releases for any platform is finally here. The social magazine app, Flipboard, that made headlines over the iPad, then iPhone and then Android, has finally made its way to Microsoft’s latest desktop computing platform, Windows.

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With over one million apps currently residing on Apple’s servers the chances are that iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users are pretty much covered across all of the various app categories. With that said, we all have our own personal favorite apps, right? The extremely popular Flipboard social news magazine is definitely one of the more sought-after offerings for iOS devices, and today, it has just received a bump to version 2.1 with a few new goodies thrown in for new and existing users.

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It’s been a big day for Microsoft and its Windows Phone platform. With Nokia releasing a major new handset, and the pair having what can only be called a ‘special relationship’ at this point, both parties will have been at full tilt throughout the day.

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Flipboard and Facebook are two platforms, if not apps, that don’t need any introduction. While Facebook has been around for more than a while and has a far larger footprint in the digital world than anything else, Flipboard debuted on iOS and redefined the concept of a social news reader, expanding later on into Android and other popular platforms. Now, it seems that both of these are officially making way into the Windows 8 sphere as well, where both the apps were showcased today at BUILD 2013, right beside the Windows 8.1 Preview download announcement.

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Social magazine app Flipboard for iOS has been dealt a very healthy update today, with the marquee feature being the ability for users to create their very own, personalized digital magazines. Never shying away from beauty, Flipboard has long since been in a league of its own when it comes to ease-of-use and interface, and this rather significant update only cements its reputation as the best in the digital magazine business. As well as being able to edit your own magazine, which you can either share or keep locked away for private reading, there are a host of practical UI alterations, rendering navigation just that little bit better.

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Flipboard is lauded in the mobile industry as a prime example of how the touch interface can make the gathering and reading of content as pleasurable as possible. The app flows like a magazine both aesthetically and functionally, and while Apple’s iPad has been supported from the get-go, Flipboard has dragged its heels in bringing support for those on a wide selection of Android tablets. Today, however, the wait is over, and having only recently launched a series of new features for its iOS app, Flipboard has now been tailored to those wielding a tablet of the Google software variety.

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If you use your iPad for the purpose of reading news and magazines, you haven’t adequately done your tablet justice until you’ve used Flipboard. A stunning, innovative interface makes keeping up with the latest content a real joy, and if you like reading books as well skimming through the content of Flipboard, you’ll be pleased to know that the app has just added a Books category which integrates with Apple’s iBookstore.

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Although it is one of the most popular apps on any mobile platform, the Android version of the Flipboard news magazine has just received a pretty notable update, taking it to version 1.9.7. The Android version of the app has enjoyed significant success with millions of downloads since the original launch, picking up a number of design and technical accolades along the way. This latest update is a continuation of the devs dedication to providing the best news reading experience available.

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Popular social magazine app Flipboard, which saw great success on the iPad and iPhone, has now released for Android after being a timed exclusive on Samsung’s Galaxy S III. The app has also been updated with new features which we’ve discussed right after the break.

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The ever popular Flipboard has finally seen an Android app break out of the company, but as many will know, as yet it is an exclusive piece of software for the Samsung Galaxy S III. By all accounts, and according to those who gave the app a whirl at the aforementioned phone’s unveiling, the app itself is pretty great. But what about everyone who isn’t rushing out to pick up Samsung’s shiny new smartphone?

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Flipboard is a prime example of how an app should look, perform and function. It’s clean, it’s crisp, and everything just works, and it is truly unmatched on both the iPhone, and primarily, the iPad.

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So, for those of you who eagerly anticipated the Samsung Galaxy S III, here’s another tidbit of news to be excited about: Flipboard, the highly popular social magazine app that’s currently iOS-only will be making its debut to the Android platform exclusively on the Samsung Galaxy S III. Samsung will have exclusivity to the app for quite some time, meaning that it will be a bit of a wait before we can expect the app to hit the Play store or other Android handsets.

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