Flipboard updated with Google+ support and more

By , Jun 22, 2012

Flipboard, the popular social network aggregator, has just updated its iOS app to version 1.9.3. The new release brings Google+ support and a couple of other handy features.

The Google+ integration works just like it does with Facebook and Twitter. Simply sign in to the social network, and enjoy sifting through your stream and circles in style…

Version 1.9.3 also includes YouTube integration, allowing users to flip through videos that have been either uploaded or shared by the channels they are subscribed to.

The addition of these two sites makes the app much more versatile, on top of the fact that it still looks gorgeous. You can find the new Flipboard, in the App Store, for free.

If you’re looking for a way to follow iDB on Flipboard, we’ve got a nice little tutorial on how to add us. We also have a YouTube channel and Google+ account as well, in case you’ve missed them.

So, what do you think of the update?

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  • Kok Hean

    I am one of the few who do not use Flipboard.

    • http://twitter.com/phillconnor Phill

      +1. The design is quite good but the functionality is crap. It doesn’t even have Top Stories on Facebook feed…

  • himynameisBLiNK

    can anyone confirm if you can now view your Facebook subscriptions. the only reason why i never used this, very annoying

  • maurid

    I’ve enjoyed Flipboard for a while, but I find Pulse News much better when it comes to delivering the news I’m interested in.