Flipboard’s Smart Magazines make your favorite topics easier to digest

Good Journals are
accessible on Android and iOS now.
Image: Flipboard

Flipboard is rolling out a big update to its mobile applications today
to introduce Good Journals, a new feature that puts the greatest
tales from your most loved sources in 1 location.

Good Journals
are customized to your personal interests and fully
customizable, so you get the content you’re most
fascinated in much more very easily.

Flipboard now features a whopping 34,000 different matters and
about thirty million publications, making it a terrific location to uncover
the most recent information no subject what you are fascinated in. But all
that content material can be a bit mind-boggling, in accordance to CEO Mike

Journals was designed to “modernize the idea of publications.”
They support viewers dive into the matters that are most important
to them and target only on the information that is applicable.

“Where do I
go if I just want to see images things?” McCue instructed

TechCrunch. “I may possibly follow fifty different publications
and twelve different matters [that are linked to images], so
how do I see it all alongside one another? There has not been a excellent way to
do that until finally now.”

make a Good Magazine, you only use the Passion Picker to
determine your most loved matters. You can then customise your
magazine by specifying your most loved publications, YouTube
channels, and Twitter accounts and hashtags.

then pulls all of this alongside one another into 1 location, making it
simpler to discover and digest. In excess of time, your Good Magazine
becomes smarter primarily based on the tales you like and increase and ends
up staying even much more successful.

Journals assure you aren’t bogged down by tales you are not
especially exciting and guarantees you really don’t miss out on content material
that is important to you. It’s “not just a random collection of
things,” McCue stated.

You can delight in Good Journals within Flipboard for Android
iOS today.