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Flipboard comes to iPhone, brings Cover Stories

 

Flipboard comes to iPhone, brings Cover Stories

Flipboard, the renowned personal, social magazine for iPad, has just been updated to version 1.7 and brings with it universal support for iPhone and iPod touch as well. Flipboard is also giving the iPhone version a short term exclusive — Cover Stories, a quick, smart way to keep up to date on the Facebook, Instagram and Twitter content most relevant to you.

Full update list and gallery after the break. Give it a try and let us know what you think!

  • New iPhone edition puts the power of Flipboard in your pocket.
  • Cover Stories for iPhone, a selection of interesting articles and photos being shared with you right now. And it gets smarter every time you use it. (Coming soon to iPad.)
  • Speed. Flip through pages as you would through a printed magazine, all with the flick of a thumb.
  • Flipboard Accounts:
    • Sign into your Flipboard from either iPhone or iPad and get instant access to all your favorite content.
    • Check out All Timelines. Flip through a single feed containing all articles and all photos being shared across all your social networks.

Update 1: While it’s showing up in iTunes, Flipboard for iPhone is failing to load at the moment. Wait a while, get a beverage, try again, and hopefully it fixes itself asap.

Update 2: Deleting the partially installed app and re-downloading worked. Flipboard comes to iPhone, brings Cover Stories Screen Shot 2011-12-07 at 12.35.58 AM Screen Shot 2011-12-07 at 12.36.06 AM Screen Shot 2011-12-07 at 12.36.18 AM Screen Shot 2011-12-07 at 12.36.29 AM Screen Shot 2011-12-07 at 12.36.39 AM Flipboard comes to iPhone, brings Cover Stories


Flipboard comes to iPhone, brings Cover Stories
Rene Ritchie
Wed, 07 Dec 2011 05:44:44 GMT

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