Nearly two weeks ago, we reported on Flipboard enabling Magazines for private groups on Android with the most recent version of its app. These private magazines could come in handy for folks who want to share content and ideas with only a select group of people. Show More Summary
Flipboard’s news aggregator app is getting some useful updates today on Android as it hits version 3.2. The most useful of these is probably the new collaborative magazine feature that allows you to create news streams you can share with just your family and friends. Show More Summary
Flipboard for Android grabbed an update today, bringing a fresh new design to the personal magazine, as well as over 30,000 new topics to follow, the option to follow others, and what the Flipboard team is calling a "Daily Edition."
The folks at Flipboard must have been crazy busy these past months: the company has just unleashed a huge update for its iOS and Android apps, a few weeks after it finally released an app for Windows Phone. This update gives the digital...
Flipboard just launched v3 of its popular news aggregation app for iOS and Android devices, with a new UI and a host of smart new features to make it ‘more personal and more magazine-like’ than ever. The redesigned app now includes over...Show More Summary
Flipboard recently shed its beta status and launched as a full app in the Windows Phone Store. The app was promised more than a year ago and arrives without the "flipping" gesture that made the app so popular with iOS and Android users. Show More Summary
Flipboard, which makes personalized social magazines for you on Android and iOS, has finally launched a native app for Windows 8.1 that takes advantage of the new Live Tiles. The service has also embraced e-commerce to launch a Pinterest-like catalogue feature. Show More Summary
Microsoft is continuing to fill in the gaps in its Windows Store catalog with the arrival of Flipboard for Windows 8.1. Just like its iOS and Android counterparts, Flipboard's Windows 8.1 app offers digital “magazines” culled from websites large and small. Show More Summary
Windows 8.1, an operating system which needs more top-notch apps, just got one: Flipboard. The personalized magazine, already available for iPad, iPhone, Android and even BlackBerry 10, has debuted on the Windows Store in a version reengineered for Microsoft’s touch-friendly Metro interface. Show More Summary
Bored, BlackBerry toters? Flipboard is now on BlackBerry World to save your commute, but wait: there's a rather big catch. It'll only work with BlackBerry 10.2 OS (since it's an Android port), and that version isn't out yet, unless you're okay with a leaked copy. Show More Summary
Inq's Material -- a beautiful Flipboard-like app that delivers relevant news and info -- launched for Android back in February. Now it has finally come to the iPhone.
Developer Inq Mobile has just announced a new version of a content discovery app, Material, now available for iOS users as well as those on Android. It’s a free app that aims to sort through millions of sites to find stuff you’ve already showed an interest in, via Twitter and Facebook. Show More Summary
Flipboard users with Android devices have been able to enjoy the mindless fun of animated GIFs for some time now, but their iOS counterparts have only been able to look on in envy. Casual hyperbole aside, Flipboard's latest iOS update...Show More Summary
Flipboard added GIF support to its iOS app today. This addition comes more than a month since its Android counterpart allowed users to watch GIF images over and over again.... Keep reading ?
This week's podcast covers two Chrome betas: One for Android and one for Chrome OS. Cloud printing gets better, especially for Windows users and our app of the week gives you Flipboard functionality anytime you open a new tab.
By now you're probably familiar with user-created magazines on Flipboard, a feature that was introduced for iOS back in March and added to Android in May. Starting today, you'll be able to enjoy Flipboard magazines on the web, including access to the By Our Readers section. Show More Summary
Flipboard was the world's first tablet-only personal magazine when it launched on the iPad three years ago. An iPhone app, Android app, and soon, Windows 8 app later, and Flipboard is coming full circle back to the desktop.
When it comes to aggregating news, iOS and Android users have many options to choose from, although one of the most pretty apps that offers a magazine-like experience would be Flipboard. The good news for Windows Phone users is that [...] Like It, +1, Tweet It, Pin It Original content from Ubergizmo.
Flipboard has confirmed that it now supports Instagram videos in its apps. Though not specifically mentioned in either changelog, Flipboard’s iOS and Android apps both got updates this week. After... Keep reading ?
After launching a tool that lets users create their own magazines, Flipboard has announced an update for both iOS and Android that brings new collaboration features. The release lets user invite others... Keep reading ?