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Flipboard arrives to Android slates with a full-blown tablet layout

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Flipboard arrives to Android slates with a full-blown tablet layout
The innovative Flipboard news reader passed twenty million active users this past summer, for just two years in existence. No wonder, considering how easy it makes following the hundreds of news bits we get inundated with every day.

After setting shop on the iPad, looking made for tablets, now Flipboard got updated with an Android tablet version, too. The app has been adapted to offer more, considering the larger screen realities of tablets like the Nexus 7 or the Nexus 10, or any other Android slate, for that matter.

On 10-inchers, for instance, Flipboard users can place more tiles on the screen now, making more content visible at once. All the other features, like a settings account and social network sharing we've grown accustomed to, stay in the tablet version as well, it is just the layout which takes better advantage of the larger displays.

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posted on 20 Dec 2012, 09:35 3

1. Nikolas.Oliver (banned) (Posts: 1574; Member since: 01 Jul 2012)

enjoying it on my galaxy nexus thanks to paranoid android's hybrid engine :D

posted on 20 Dec 2012, 09:37 4

2. shuaibhere (Posts: 1986; Member since: 07 Jul 2012)

Google's plan for nexus 10 is slowly becoming reality.....

Well done google

posted on 20 Dec 2012, 10:00 1

3. DerryAhmad (Posts: 287; Member since: 05 May 2012)

Been waiting for this!! And it looked great on my Galaxy Tab 7.7 !!!

posted on 20 Dec 2012, 11:01 1

4. AamirSIII (banned) (Posts: 187; Member since: 04 Oct 2012)

dayum dayum... google is really working on their tablet offerings now... it would not be long when google will surpass apple in "GOOD" tablet apps...

posted on 20 Dec 2012, 11:41 1

5. xtremesv (Posts: 298; Member since: 21 Oct 2011)

Finally Flipboard realized that leaving aside half of the pie was not a good idea taking into account the progress apps like Google Currents and Pulse were exhibiting.

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