I gave up a few months ago trying to get flipboard running. I've been updating my eDGe and seeing what I've missed lately and I decided to give Flipboard a shot again. This version I got off XDA is working perfectly!
We’re still waiting for Google+ integration with other apps. It’s vital that Google shares its API if it wants Google+ to compete with the likes of Facebook. Well we have some good news as Bradley Horowitz, Vice President of Product Management of Google+ announced Flipboard as a “trusted” partner.
Just noticed that Flipboard uses the Air View option, in the home screen you can hover all over the topics and it gives you a preview of the articles, for me it's very cool, nice to see Samsung's features available on Third Parties apps.
I've been using Fallout rom for a while now but I decided to try a Sense 3.5 rom since they run more stable and faster than most ICS roms.
First I tried Endymion and later Energy rom. However with both roms I get a lot of crashes and I can't figure out why. Sense 3.6 roms run fine.
The crashes with Sense 3.5 also happen whilst the nothing is installed.
Got the Note 3 a week ago and I'm very happy with it. One thing keeps annoying me though, and that is when pressing Home key it loads up Flipboard. Is there a way to disable this? Cannot find it in settings:-/
Flipboard has added one more content source to its social reading app, and in the process has opened up another revenue stream for the company as a marketing and advertising vehicle. The Red Bulletin, a magazine published by the marketing/content spinners at energy drink Red Bull, is now appearing as a new, standalone channel on Flipboard.
Flipboard, the popular social news magazine for iOS and Android, is now turning its editorial eye to the land of KickStarter. Starting today, the company will begin sourcing projects from the crowdsourced funding platform which it will then include in various sections of its Content Guide.
HTC added a built-in Flipboard-style news reader to Sense 5, which debuted on the HTC One. It might not be my first choice to use for news, but it’s worth a try since you can’t remove it. BlinkFeed will show you all the news that interests you the most as well as your Facebook and Twitter timelines. It will even show you your calendar events if you so wish.