Today’s big distribution announcement is that Flipboard will come pre installed on all Galaxy S III devices (with a default homescreen widget) in the US, which should be a big boon for bringing in new users.
The extremely popular and visually impressive news and RSS reader is available now for all.
What makes Flipboard special is its more than just an RSS reader its social too.
Flipboard, the personalized magazine that is among the most popular of the social readers, arrives Thursday night on a huge new market: Android.
On Tuesday, the company revealed Google+ integration was coming to its social magazine, and today, the app is officially launching on all Android devices, including the Kindle Fire and the Nook.
It was supposed to be exclusive to the Galaxy S III but was quickly pulled for the Android world to enjoy.
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The app, which is billed as “the one thing to simplify your daily life,” hit the Play Store tonight, bringing a social news reader with an innovative user interface to Android users everywhere.
Social news reading app Flipboard is today officially launching its Android app after its short beta period, new integration with YouTube as well as Google+ (which we heard about the other day) across platforms, and a big distribution deal with Samsung.
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