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Don't want to bother with creating your own Flipboard magazines, but would still like to be able to view the creations of others? No problem, the app has now spread its wings and flown to the web as well.
Flipboard announced Tuesday that magazines created with the company's mobile apps are now available for any and all to read, courtesy of the web browser. With millions of Flipboard magazines, there's an endless sea of content now available.
Although users will still need to download and install the Flipboard app to get the full experience, anyone can now browse the curated work of users, which includes "political leaders, musicians, publishers and millions of everyday people with a passion."
"With the Web experience, Flipboard curators can share their magazines with friends, family and followers who may not have Flipboard," the press release notes. "When flipping through the pages of a magazine on the Web, readers can tap the menu icon in the upper left to view 'By Our Readers,' featured magazines surfaced by the editors at Flipboard. To share a magazine with others, simply tap on the 'share' button on the cover."
Flipboard magazine for web are supported by the latest versions of desktop browsers, including Internet Explore 9 and above, Safari, Chrome and Firefox, available in 11 languages including English, Japanese, Chinese, French and German.
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