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With iOS 11, Flipboard Is Easier on the Eyes

Flipboard is supporting the new iOS 11 experience by adding a much anticipated feature: Smart Invert Colors (enabling as close to “dark mode” as is possible on iOS). Starting today, iPhone and iPad users who upgrade to iOS 11 can flip through the pages of Flipboard while in bed or in dark …

Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of September 11, 2017)

London was shaken by a terror attack Friday, when a bomb exploded on the London Underground, wounding at least 29 people. It was the fifth terrorist attack to take place in Britain this year. Police arrested a man in connection to the incident and raided a home in Sunbury-on-Thames. The …

On the Red Couch With ‘Queen of Comedy’ Caroline Hirsch

You can’t have a serious conversation about comedy legends without mentioning Caroline Hirsch.<p>Hirsch is the woman behind the 36-year institution that is Caroline’s on Broadway and the founder of the New York Comedy Festival (NYCF). Through her tireless work, golden ear for funny people, and the …

Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of September 4, 2017)

All eyes are on the deadly Hurricane Irma, which made landfall in the U.S. after a destructive path through the Caribbean. The latest natural disaster followed a week that included an emergency aid package for Hurricane Harvey being signed by President Donald Trump, an announcement about the end of …

The Week In Review: Trump seeks to end DACA with a six-month delay

Immigration reform became the focal point of the news this week when President Donald Trump announced his decision to end DACA, a program that protects individuals who came to the U.S. illegally as children. The move created uncertainty and confusion over the fate of 800,000 Dreamers who were …

Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of September 28, 2017)

This week was dominated by the repeated landfall of Hurricane Harvey, the impact of which is still being felt across Texas. The death toll is rising and recovery efforts are only just beginning and expected to exceed what was needed for Hurricane Sandy in 2012.<p>President Donald Trump visited the …

The Week In Review: Hurricane Harvey Devastates Texas

Hurricane Harvey ravaged southeast Texas this week, after it made landfall as a category 4 storm late Friday, leaving massive destruction in its wake and wreaking havoc on life and property.<p>In less than a week, the disaster brought catastrophic flooding and howling winds to Houston and the …

Core Navigation Is Back: Bottom Tab Bar, Three-Story Layouts and Redesigned Explore

It’s been quite a ride since we released Flipboard 4.0 earlier this year. That bold version’s goal was to engage new readers—and it did, quickly delivering high-quality feeds of stories to readers around every possible passion. Engagement metrics for new users saw more than a 30% uptick.<p>But readers …

Read News from All Over the World with Flipboard Regional Editions

Have you ever wondered about the news across the world? Are you interested in seeing the world from other perspectives? Do you want to enjoy Flipboard in another language? If so, we’ve got you covered! Our Content Guide comes in 25 different regional editions, so that you can see what’s trending in …

Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of August 21, 2017)

Texas residents prepared for the worst this week as Hurricane Harvey hit the area. At least two people died, after torrential rain and strong winds led to collapsed buildings and flooded streets. The most powerful storm to hit the U.S. in 13 years, Harvey was downgraded to a tropical storm …

The Week In Review: Total Solar Eclipse Enthralls the U.S.

Millions of people across the U.S. looked up at the sky in wonder this week, as the Sun, the Moon and the Earth aligned, resulting in a total solar eclipse.<p>Billed as a spectacle-of-a-lifetime, the total solar eclipse was seen from coast to coast in the U.S. for the first time in nearly a …

Behind the Story: Wine Enthusiast’s 100 Best Wine Restaurants of 2017

<b>Publication:</b> Wine Enthusiast<p><b>Story:</b> America’s 100 Best Wine Restaurants of 2017<p><b>Reporter and editor:</b> Nils Bernstein, Food Editor<p><i>Born and raised in Seattle, now based in New York City, world-traveled Nils Bernstein is food editor of Wine Enthusiast. For the past three years, he’s cooked up and shared</i> …

We’re Curators and So Are You: How to Get What You Want Out of Your Flipboard

As the world’s largest curation platform and the one place for news around all your passions, there are many perspectives represented on Flipboard. There are perspectives from publishers, well recognized brands and thousands of independent sources sharing stories on our platform. Points of view are …

Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of August 14, 2017)

Protests turned deadly in Charlottesville, Virginia last week, as white supremacists clashed with anti-fascists at a rally on Saturday. Protester Heather Heyer died and 19 were injured when a car driven by a far-right demonstrator ploughed into the opposition crowd.<p>The rally, organized to protest …

The Week In Review: Chaos-Filled Week in Charlottesville Following White Nationalist Rally

Massive clashes and unrest took place in Charlottesville, Virginia this week after white nationalists, neo-Nazis, and other groups descended on the city for “Unite the Right” rally.<p>Organized to protest the city’s vote to remove the statue of Robert E. Lee, a Confederate general, from the …

Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of August 7, 2017)

The threat stemming from North Korea’s nuclear advancements dominated the week as the rhetoric escalated between the isolated regime and President Donald Trump. The back-and-forth culminated in North Korea threatening to attack the U.S. territory of Guam and Trump warning such an attack would …

The Week In Review: U.S. and North Korea Engage in Sharp Rhetoric and Threats

Tensions intensified between the United States and North Korea this week, after the United Nations Security Council voted unanimously to pass a resolution imposing fresh sanctions on the Hermit Kingdom.<p>The sanctions come in the wake of North Korea’s proliferation of its weapons program and …

On the Red Couch with Journalist Lola Adesioye

<i>Lola Adesioye came upon an Obama rally in her first few months living in New York City in 2007 and, upon seeing a presidential candidate of color, she knew she wanted to become part of the narrative of American culture and politics at that moment and beyond. She started writing about what she was</i> …

Behind the Story: Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski—United in Politics and in Life

<b>Publication:</b> New York Magazine<p><b>Story:</b> “Donald Trump Is Not Invited to the Wedding”<p><b>Reporter:</b> Olivia Nuzzi<p><i>Olivia Nuzzi has made a name for herself of late by profiling people most of us only know of and want to know everything about (think Kellyanne Conway and Jon Ossoff). She most recently turned her</i> …

Watch, Heart and Win with GoPro on Flipboard

<b>Win a GoPro HERO5 or a free trip to Hawaii</b> Our new program with GoPro has this pithy tagline— “Watch. Heart. Win.”—which translates into: watch GoPro videos on Flipboard, like your favorites, and get entered for the chance to win a free trip. But you could also explain it like this: “Watch (a bunch …

Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of July 31, 2017)

Trump’s administration stayed front and center of news coverage this week as White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci was fired from his role after just ten days in the job. The decision, from new chief of staff John Kelly, came in the wake of Scaramucci’s controversial comments on …

The Week In Review: First Human Embryo Editing Experiment In U.S.

For the first time this week scientists removed deadly gene mutations from human embryos, marking a significant breakthrough that scientists theorize could potentially engender the end of some genetic diseases.<p>The landmark study, which successfully expunged a portion of disease-causing genes, …

On the Red Couch with Ozy’s Carlos Watson

<i>After stints on political campaigns, graduating from law school, time at McKinsey & Company, starting his own college prep company and anchoring on MSNBC, Carlos Watson channeled his skills toward building Silicon Valley based-Ozy, a media company focused on the future.</i><p><i>The site, which launched in</i> …

54 New Titles That You Must Read on Flipboard

As the single place for news for every passion, we’re proud to be partnered with some of the best content creators on the planet. No matter which Smart Magazine you follow, Flipboard surfaces quality stories from experts who bring authority and enthusiasm for whatever they’re covering. Here’s a …

Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of July 24, 2017)

This week ended with another high profile White House shake-up. Reince Priebus was replaced as chief of staff by Homeland Security Secretary Gen. John F. Kelly. The move followed controversial and crude comments made by Anthony Scaramucci, the new White House communications director, to The New …

The Week In Review: Trump Announces Shock Transgender Ban, Policy Remains Unchanged

In a move that left transgender troops in a state of flux this week, President Donald Trump sought to ban transgender people from enlisting and serving in the U.S. armed forces.<p>The announcement came via a series of tweets Wednesday morning, which caught many in Washington and at the Pentagon off …

On the Red Couch with Hollywood Life’s Bonnie Fuller

Here at Flipboard, our love for magazines is real and deep. In this case, I’m talking about the printed things that arrive in the mail, fill up our grocery carts, and are purchased before a flight. Those meticulously crafted paper packages are still a big part of what drives us here today. So when …

Watch: How to Make a Flipboard Smart Magazine

Never miss a thing with a Smart Magazine on Flipboard. Whether it’s Game of Thrones fan theories, sports plays of the day, or planning a trip you’ve always wanted to take, Smart Magazines are automatically updating ‘playlists’ of articles, photos, videos and audio around a passion.<p><b>Log in</b><b>.</b> Swipe to …

Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of July 17, 2017)

President Donald Trump’s administration dominated the headlines this week as a White House shake-up saw press secretary Sean Spicer resign and replaced with Wall Street financier Anthony Scaramucci. The party’s proposed healthcare bill faced further stumbling blocks as more Republican senators …

The Week in Review: Republican Health Care Bill Sinks as Votes Fall Short

A serious blow was meted out to Donald Trump’s legislative agenda this week when efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act came to a halt. The Republican-controlled Senate failed for the second time to pass the health care bill, after the House narrowly passed a version in May.<p>Known as …