Flipboard app for iOS has recently received a major update in the App Store that brings new features and improvements to the app. Flipboard now features support for Google+ and Youtube, so users will now be able to connect their Flipboard to both of these Google sites and view the content in beautiful magazine form. For Google+ Flipboard displays the activity in user’s stream and circles and for Youtube Flipboard displays the videos that have been uploaded or shared by channels the user is following. Users can flip through videos and watch any one of their choice. Whenever a user plays a video, he or she is taken out of Flipboard to Youtube.app.
This update of Flipboard has also added support for several new languages and also features hundreds of regional recommendations in the content guide for those new languages.
Here’s the full change log for this update:
What’s New in Version 1.9.3
★ Connect Flipboard to Google+ to enjoy the activity in your stream and circles in the form of a beautiful magazine.
★ Log in to YouTube to flip through videos being uploaded and shared by the channels you follow.
★ Fully localized editions for Germany, Italy, Korea, Netherlands and Spain—including hundreds of regional recommendations in the Content Guide.
Flipboard is a universal app and is available in the App Store for free.
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