Flipboard app for Windows 8.1 gets an update, no change log available
The brand new Flipboard app for Windows 8.1, which was released on November 14th, has received a new update today. Unfortunately, at this time, there is no change log to tell us what is new, but the app does appear much more responsive after installing the update.
“Flipboard is your personal magazine. It is the most popular way to catch up on the news you care about, read stories from around the world and browse the articles, videos and photos friends are sharing. To begin, pick a few topics and tap any of the tiles to begin flipping through your personal magazine,” the app description reads.
For those that did not know, Flipboard for Windows 8.1 supports Live Tiles and Snap, much like typical Windows 8.1 apps do. The Live Tile will display the latest stories directly on your Start Screen. You can connect Flipboard to up to twelve social networks, including Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Google+. You can also read “Cover Stories”which showcases popular items from everything you’ve added to your Flipboard.
At this time, there is no change log available for the app. So far, we’ve noticed the app to be much more responsive. Hit the download link below to snag the updated app and let us know if you notice any new features or improvements.Flipboard, Windows 8.1, Windows Store