Well iOS 9 is here and it's the most minor major — or maybe the most major minor — upgrade to the Apple's mobile software in recent memory. But there are a few brand spanking new apps to talk about, and one of the big ones is Apple News.
Nope, you can't escape advertising. Flipboard, the gorgeous mobile reading app with over 100 million users, will now start showing you full-page video ads as you try to catch up on your reading.
During Nokia World 2013, Flipboard announced it would be bringing its popular social news reader to the Windows ecosystem, starting with the Nokia Lumia 2520 tablet (read our first impressions of the device here.) During the event, we chatted with Flipboard's CTO Eric Feng about some of the new features the company will be bringing to the Windows platform.
Flipboard — the social reading app for iOS and Android — has just announced that New York Times subscribers will be able to read all the paper's content through the app, on any platform, from this Friday onwards. That's a big deal for the New York Times, Flipboard and readers alike.
The Android iteration of the social reading app Flipboard was supposed to be a Samsung Galaxy S III exclusive. As it turns out, not so much. The app has popped up for download on the XDA Developers forum, and it appears to be installing on a handful of current and previous generation Android handsets and tablets.
Flipboard for iPad is amazing. Throw your Facebook, Twitter, and favourite websites in there and you've created a digital magazine just for you. I suppose the logical next step was the iPhone. It's not as spectacular on the iPhone as it is on the iPad. But what do you expect when you take a tabloid magazine and turn it into a 'zine?
Everyone's favourite meta-media reader, Flipboard, is getting a few pretty major upgrades. The company's CEO Mike McCue told Reuters that they plan to add TV, movies and books to the app by the end of the year, which sounds pretty great.