Officially Flipboard Launched For Android, In Several App StoresNews — By Naveen Vaidhya on June 22, 2012 at 11:37 am
Famous newsreader Flipboard is ultimately officially accessible on Android, coming out of Galaxy S3 and beta exclusively. As we have been in the new test form, it now helps integration of shared articles by your Google+ feed along with Facebook and Twitter feeds, and has also included support for video feed of YouTube. Beyond Google Play app market, it is also there in Amazon Appstore, Samsung apps, and Nook Store, therefore slinging the APK on your Android device of choice must be very difficult.
We gave the ultimate release edition a immediate run by ourselves and got it just smooth on Samsung Galaxy SIII as it has been on any iPad or iPhone, and being ICS-ready out of gate is a good touch, hence we could not force it to shift to landscape viewing. One handier toggle is option to move full screen with no menu bar on top, in case you require some additional pixels on your display. It also has articles sharing and like other Android applications, shares to any facilities you have installed, not only Facebook or Twitter. The ultimate update is news, which Flipboard is releasing completely localized editions for Korea, Germany, Netherlands, and Spain, moreover to available localizations for China, France, Japan, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, and United States. All the details are there in press release after a break, or you can see pretty much any application preserve to offer it a try yourself.