Google Reader works and lead the way in RSS feed readers for a long time, but it’s boringly simple, even for Google design ethics. These readers add new dimensions! They add new ways to physically interact with your news. They grow with you and if life does anything, it grows. So, prepare to breathe new life into the way you use news!
News reader and magazine app Flipboard has reached version 2.0 and includes some interesting new features. You can create your own personalized magazines, which can be either private or available to all. Creating your own magazine is easy as searching for your favorite topics on Flipboard and turning them into beautiful flippable magazines.
The ultimate tablet magazine is ready for your Android. Long an iPad-only offering, Flipboard arrived for Android tablets in December – and I’ve barely put my tablet down since. With the ability to pull in content from thousands of sites, Flipboard can also access your Google Reader, YouTube, Twitter and Facebook accounts, meaning everything you care about on the web is literally at your fingertips.
The news reading and content curation scene is a dog-eat-dog world. One of the reasons for the widespread popularity of Flipboard has been its momentum to add new features. One of the recent but not-so-little changes has been the power feature of creating your own personalized magazines with Flipboard.