Flipboard for Android Receives An Update: 'Save image to device' Option Added

By Gizbot Bureau

    Android fans can now experience the new version of their favorite Flipboard app which has just been rolled out. Also the social magazine app update not only fixes the issues that were faced with the previous version but also brings in a lot of new interesting features.

    Any of the posts including an image can be selected by using the "Save image to device" option. By doing so, the selected image gets saved to the gallery of your device. Tapping and holding the particular post give users an option to access it. It can also be accessed by simply opening the sharing menu.

    Flipboard for Android Receives An Update: 'Save image to device'


    There was a glitch with the retweet button of the earlier app version which has been fixed with the latest update. The size of the application has been reduced for improving the installation speed as part of this update. Users can also experience a lot of miscellaneous bug fixes and can make the most out of the application.

    As of now, users can enjoy this interesting application in 14 localized editions. Its connectivity option of up to 12 social networks makes this application a must-have, especially among youngsters. Its simplicity in usage renders it user-friendly for young and old alike.

    Users can access the Flipboard 1.9.22 update right from the Google Play Store. The most interesting part of the update is that it is made available free of cost. All of the handsets powered by Android 2.2 and above versions are compatible for using this app. The latest version of the Flipboard app for android can be accessed by visiting here.

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