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How the Visually Impaired Community Can Use Flipboard

Did you know that Flipboard is accessible to people who are visually impaired? We believe all people should have access to everything from current events to great stories around trends or topics they want to keep up on, which is why early on our developers ensured that Flipboard could be read out …

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A Global Museum: How Flipboard Can Help Bring a World of Ancient Wonders to Classrooms Half a World Away

Being born and raised in Australia, it was easy for me to feel isolated from the rest of the world, especially as I developed a love of history as a child. I recall my disappointment when I learnt that the lands of the Romans, Incas and Medieval Europe were on the other side of the world from where …

World History

On the Red Couch with The Daily Beast Columnist Arthur Chu

Arthur Chu came to fame in 2014 after winning Jeopardy 11 times in a row, becoming the fourth highest-earning winner in the game show’s history. But it wasn’t his brains that made him into a cultural icon—it was his big mouth.

“I think a part of me going viral was that I was very talkative—much more

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Spotlight: Man of Many Editor-in-Chief Scott Purcell

My name is Scott Purcell and I’m the co-founder and editor of, a men’s gear blog focused on the latest in products, culture and style.

My love of technology and the coolest products led us to start Man of Many. We are a giant wishlist of all the cool gear a guy could possibly want, and …

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The Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of May 11, 2015)

This news-packed week started with the deadly crash of Amtrak train 188 and ended with a death sentence for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in the Boston bombing …

B.B. King

The Week in Review: Amtrak Crash Increases Attention on Infrastructure

An Amtrak train traveling from Washington, D.C. to New York City derailed and crashed in Philadelphia on Tuesday, killing at least eight people and injuring more than 200.

At the time of the collision the train was traveling at 106 miles per hour, which is twice the limit, according to the National …


Baltimore Teacher Flips “Reluctant Readers” Into Tech-Savvy Students

In times of crisis, such as during the current turmoil in Baltimore, Brooke Hermanson’s education philosophy is simple: “In the face of emergency, the best thing we can do is continue education.” Hermanson is a high school English teacher at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, a S.T.E.M. school that …


On the Red Couch with ABC News’ Dan Harris

News and meditation don’t usually go hand-in-hand, but that’s not the case for Dan Harris. The ABC News correspondent has reported on war, natural disasters, religion and currently serves as anchor of Good Morning America Weekend and Nightline. But it was a panic attack on live air in 2004 that set


Deep Flip: The Washington Post Comes to Flipboard

Few publications can claim that their articles led to the impeachment of a U.S. President. In fact, only one comes to mind: The Washington Post, whose shoe-leather reporting during the Watergate scandal made the newspaper (as well as reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein) a household name.

Since …

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Spotlight: DDB User Experience Director Christopher Gierlich

My name is Christopher Gierlich and my love of digital design, patterns and the convergence of ideas from different disciplines fuels me in a practical way as I guide a group of User Experience Architects designing websites, apps and social media experiences for DDB New York, a worldwide marketing …

UX Design

The Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of May 4, 2015)

It was a week of political news in the U.S. with more candidates entering the 2016 race for the White House and in the U.K. with the surprising …

Mike Huckabee

The Week in Review: Cameron Wins in Surprise UK General Election

After two months of hard fought campaigning, Britain’s Conservative Party won the UK General Election today with a majority vote. Incumbent David Cameron will lead Britain for another five years.

It was a strong night for the Conservatives; eventually winning 331 seats, five above the 326 minimum …

United Kingdom

Sign in to Flipboard with Your Google Account

There’s a convenient new way for iOS users to sign in to—and sign up for—Flipboard: through their Google account. (This feature is already live on Android.)

Signing in through Google Single Sign On (SSO) gets you going on Flipboard with the tap of one button. The SSO feature takes care of “filling …


What I’m Reading: Tech Evangelist Hillel Fuld

When you hear the words “startup scene,” you probably think Silicon Valley, right? Sure, the Valley is very much a technological epicenter. But it’s not too early to look beyond the Bay Area—to, say, Israel.

Yes, Israel, where tech evangelists like Hillel Fuld have helped develop a vibrant startup

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Spotlight: Modev Content Director Elliot Volkman

My name is Elliot Volkman and my love of brewing beer and technology have a huge impact on my life. On one hand, beer is the oldest transcribed recipe known to man, and on the other technology is pushing us through the future. Eventually I want to open a “Librewery” and merge these two worlds …

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#FlipboardChat Summary: Using Flipboard with Students

Every Wednesday evening, members of the Flipboard Club—an unofficial community of passionate evangelists—hold a Twitter chat about a Flipboard-centric topic and we summarize the discussion here.

Tonight’s topic is “Brands on Flipboard.” Join in the chat Wednesday at 7pm PT / 10pm ET via the hashtag …

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The Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of April 27, 2015)

While the stories in The Daily Edition this week were varied, the biggest focuses were on the riots in Baltimore stemming from the death of Freddie …


The Week in Review: Riots in Baltimore

Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old black man, was arrested by the Baltimore police on April 12, 2015, on a weapons charge and died one week later from a severe injury to his spinal chord.

Gray’s death was ruled a homicide on Friday and the six officers involved in his arrest were charged in the case. While …


On the Red Couch with Gear Patrol Founder & Editor-in-Chief Eric Yang

After a serious skiing accident in 2006, Eric Yang couldn’t stop thinking about his damaged gear. Rather than focus on recovery, Yang laid in bed with his laptop, researching replacement options for his beloved equipment. He started to keep a collection of his best finds in a spreadsheet, which he

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Spotlight: FOX News Anchor Clayton Morris

My name is Clayton Morris and my medium is the news—both of the technological and paranormal variety.

I use Flipboard as my morning newspaper. I scan the news from all of my favorite sources. Some I read right then and there, and some I save to ReadQuick, my speed-reading app for iOS.

The first

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Flipping with Wharton Magazine Editor Matthew Brodsky

Since Matthew Brodsky came on as editor of the Wharton Magazine in 2011, he’s overseen an explosion of content at the business school publication. The magazine’s “premier platform” is its quarterly print edition—Brodsky says most alums enjoy reading it this way—but he knew he could not ignore the …


Top 5 FAQs Answered!

Over the years we’ve received a lot of valuable feedback which has helped shape Flipboard as well as how we support our readers and curators. Our community support team has taken much of that information and turned it into the Help & Feedback section both on the Web and in the app.

Here are a few of …

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The Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of April 20, 2015)

Large and serious stories dominated the news coverage and The Daily Edition this week, including revelations about a U.S. drone strike that …

Kanye West

The Week in Review: Return of Full House and Retro TV

This week we learned ABC’s 1990s hit sitcom Full House will return to TV screens via Netflix in the coming year, 20 years after the beloved Tanner family said goodbye. John Stamos (Uncle Jesse), Candace Cameron-Bure (D.J. Tanner), Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie), Andrea Barber (Kimmy Gibbler), Dave …


A Glimpse at Flipboard for Apple Watch

Everyone’s been talking about the Apple Watch. What a beautiful piece of technology! Flipboard for Apple Watch is ready and will be available when the wearable device starts to ship tomorrow. Here’s a peek of what we have in store:

On the Apple Watch, Flipboard will show you your top 10 stories …

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On the Red Couch with Senior Environmental Editor Todd Woody

Journalist Todd Woody has written widely about the environment for over 20 years. From the dot com days to the death of coal, he’s covered what is arguably the biggest story of our time: the life of our planet.

It’s something he thought about early in his career, sitting on a plane, hovering over


The Search for Life on Earth

It’s easy to forget that the search for life, here, on Earth is far from over.

A 2011 study in PLOS Biology reported that about 86 percent of land species and 91 percent of creatures in the oceans have yet to be discovered. For context, there are about 8.7 million identified species, though some …

Scientific Research

The Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of April 13, 2015)

It was a diverse week for The Daily Edition. There were big stories, like a guilty verdict for former NFL star Aaron Hernandez and the presidential …

The Week in Review: Tax Day Is Behind Us

Tax Day, one of the most feared days of the year, passed this week. That fear is partially to blame for the roughly 50 million Americans, or one-third of those filing individual tax returns this year, who were expected to file within weeks or even days of the deadline.

Despite the reluctance, the …

Tax Day

On the Red Couch with Cool Hunting’s Josh Rubin

Editor-in-chief Josh Rubin started Cool Hunting as a “personal reference tool.” It was a way for him to digitally organize his inspirations. It wasn’t long before the site developed a loyal audience and became part of what Rubin calls the “media ecosystem”—which transformed his personal inspiration