FlipboardFlipboard’s CEO called version 2.0 of the hugely popular news-aggregating app “the most epic release we’ve ever done” when it launched on iOS in late March, and now Flipboard 2.0 has finally arrived for Android devices. In functionality, the Android app is now on par with what was released for iOS — the new magazine curation feature is the major draw here. Flipboard 2.0 lets users add any item of content they find (either on the app or through a browser, if you use the Flipboard bookmarklet) to a custom, curated magazine that other users can subscribe to. Subscribers will see any new content you add to the magazine, and you can share it across a variety of social networks or via email. All of those features are on full display in Flipboard for Android, and while they might make more sense for mainstream publishing companies than for individuals, you’re still likely to stumble across great magazines from the average user across all kinds of content.  The Android version does have a few nice features not found in the iOS version.

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