Jun 22 AT 8:11 AM Anthony Domanico 12 Comments

Flipboard drops beta tag, adds Google+ and YouTube support


Flipboard for Android was previously available as a public beta, but has now ditched the beta tag and released onto the Google Play Store. In light of it’s full release, Flipboard for Android has added new features, most notably support for Google+ and YouTube, meaning you can get those feeds directly in your Flipboard stream in addition to the customary Facebook, Twitter, RSS, and other feeds.

As we’d expect, the final release allows you to share stories with all your installed services, and also adds localized editions for Germany, Korea, Italy, Spain and The Netherlands. This brings the total number of localized editions to 12, as Flipboard had previously supported the United States, UK, Canada, China, Japan, France and Australia. Also added is the option to go full screen, ditching the menu bar in favor of added screen real estate.

Flipboard is one application that’s always installed on my phone, and I highly recommend you give it a download as well. Flipboard is now available for free on the Google Play Store, and you can easily download using the app bar below. Let us know what you think of Flipboard in the comments.


Via: Engadget

Source: Google Play

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