Flipboard has finally released its magazine client for Windows Phone 8 with some great features. The popular magazine now gets native support on compatible Windows Smartphones.
The award-wining app used by millions on daily basis requires at least 1GB of RAM integrated into the phone running Windows Phone 8 OS. And the app comes pre-installed on some great Windows Phone 8 devices, such as Lumia 830, Lumia 920, and HTC One M8.
Flipboard Windows Phone 8 App Features:
Cover Stories is central: After you pick a few topics for your magazine, Flipboard takes you directly to your Cover Stories. Cover Stories collects highlights from everything you’re following and gets more personalized as you add new things to your Flipboard.
Search and follow more sources: Continue to customize your Flipboard by tapping on the search icon in the top right corner. Enter keywords to find articles, photos, publications and Flipboard magazines, or browse through sections like News, Tech, Travel and Design. Open the app bar (it looks like three dots) on any story for the options to Share it or Follow the story’s source.
See everything you’re following: All the sources you’ve followed are listed in one place. Tap the menu icon in the top left to find everything on your Flipboard, including the sources you’ve added and the magazines you’ve been making.
Share to other Windows phone apps: When you find something you think is interesting on Flipboard, you can share it to other Windows phone apps. Tap the share icon on articles, photos and videos to send it as a text message, email, social media post and more.
Unfortunately, Flipboard doesn’t hold to be functional on low-end windows phones, having RAM less than 1GB. But, the Filpboard teams promises to bring support for such devices in coming months.
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Source: Flipboard Blog