Flipboard is a great app for both iOS and Android devices that basically curates news all within one app. With its latest update, it has even added Google+ and YouTube to the mix. However if you prefer getting your news from the New York Times, you’re in luck as the publication has recently announced that its articles can now be accessed via Flipboard. This would also make it the first time that the newspaper has allowed its articles/content to be accessed via third party sources.
Flipboard users will be able to access its blog posts, its articles, videos, slideshows, etc. However much like its original publication, the Flipboard version will also require users have a subscription to the New York Times if they wish to gain access to all of its content. Free articles will be offered to non-subscribers albeit in limited quantities. The New York Times has also revealed that its advertising revenue will be split between both Flipboard and the publication itself, whereby fullscreen ads will be displayed between pages. So, who else is pleased that they now have one less app/website that they need to launch?
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