Popular newsreader Flipboard is at last officially offered on Android, coming out of beta and Galaxy S III exclusivity. As seen in current exam model, it now supports combination of shared articles from your Google + feed (with arranging by circle, etc.) along with Twitter and Facebook feeds, and has actually additionally included support for YouTube video clip feeds. Beyond the Google Play app market, it’s additionally accessible in the Amazon Appstore, Nook Outlet and Samsung Apps, so slinging the APK to your Android machine of option ought to be too challenging.
We offered the final release edition a simple run through ourselves and discovered it merely as easy on a Samsung Galaxy S II as it has actually been on any sort of iPhone or iPad, and being ICS-ready out of the gate is a delightful touch, although we couldn’t require it to switch over to yard watching. Another helpful toggle is the possibility to go complete screen with no menu bar up top, if you need a couple of additional pixels, while article sharing is right here and like other Android applications, shares to any services you have actually installed, not merely Twitter or Facebook. The final update is news that Flipboard is introducing completely localized editions for Germany, Korea, Italy, Spain and The Netherlands, in addition to the existing localizations for Japan, France, China, United States, Uk, Canada and Australia. All of the information are in the press release after the break, or you can check out quite much any sort of application outlet to give it a try yourself.
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