Android users fervent to get their hands on Flipboard, a beautiful, tile-based digital “magazine” we all know and love were told a app would launch disdainful to a Samsung Galaxy S III when it hits markets after this month. Now, interjection to one forward member over during a XDA forums, an unaccepted build of Flipboard for Android is accessible to all, and it looks great.
Waiting for finish of a month (or later, depending on a launch of a Samsung Galaxy S III) didn’t lay good with XDA forum member Valcho, and deliberation he had an SGS III “lying around,” he motionless to remove a APK and share it with a world. You can squeeze it during a couple below.
If you’re informed with Flipboard for a iPhone and iPad, a Android chronicle works a same way, though if not, it’s easy to use. When a app launches, we can build your “magazine” formed on your seductiveness or record in to your Flipboard comment if we already have one on another device to lift down your stories, related amicable networks, and preferences. Swipe your fingers from bottom to tip to pierce from essay to article, and left to right to go from page to page inside an article. Even if we don’t have an account, we can still suffer a pre-loaded tip stories and “cover stories” section, populated with renouned articles from around a web.
I had some difficulty using a app on my secure OG Droid using MIUI—it commissioned fine, though we was presented with an blunder that my device didn’t accommodate a smallest mandate for Flipboard to run. When we attempted it on my Droid Bionic however, a app worked like a charm. Give it a try yourself, and let us know how it works on your device and what we consider of a Android chronicle of Flipboard in a comments below.
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