With the launch of a web version, Flipboard highlights how far it has evolved from its early days as a standalone app, and how it is both a partner and a potential competitor for content companies.
Flipboard’s custom magazines have only been available through its mobile apps until now, but on Tuesday the company announced that it is bringing them to the web.
Facebook is reportedly working on a mobile news-reading app. Details are scant, but according to a WSJ report, the current iteration of the app has a Flipboard-like interface.
The Times has new tweaks to its paywall — including offering non-subscribers access to three articles across all sections on its apps.
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The Financial Times is the latest publisher to strike a partnership with Flipboard. The deal is interesting because the FT recently left another third-party platform, iTunes.
Flipboard’s recent update lets users create custom “magazines” and share them. For a large swath of the publishing industry, this provides a glimpse of what (for them) could be a grim future.
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Flipboard’s new curation tools for creating custom magazines may appeal to individual users, but they will likely also appeal to advertisers and other brands — and therein lies the potential for real media disruption.