When you open Flipboard on your phone starting today, you will notice a new design element that lets you know a story may require a subscription: a paywall indicator. We put a lot of thought and care into this seemingly small addition. …


If living through 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that staying connected to the people around us is more important than ever. …


“Curator Pro” opens to publishers, bloggers and verified users today

Today you may start to see more Storyboards on Flipboard. These short-form collections of articles, videos, podcasts, tweets and really almost anything you can find on the Web provide a deeper look at an issue, event or topic of the day. As you flip through your “For You” feed on…


Storyboards work best when they contain a finite number of items.

Have you seen the new Storyboards? They are unique packages of content curated just for Flipboard users. Our editorial team and select publishing partners have recently started to experiment with this new curation format, and the first Storyboards have started to appear on the platform — for instance, the “Daily…


A Knight Foundation study from October 2019 found that people not only have greater trust in local media, but believe that local media is better at “covering issues Americans can use in their daily lives.” Clearly, it’s time to double down on local journalism.

At Flipboard, we’re giving local content…


If there’s one thing the Flipboard Family knows very, very well, it’s food. Recipes are the №1 most shared content type on our platform, which means there are tons of delicious collections for every palate, cuisine, and diet to be discovered.

If you’re like us, you want to know who…


In honor of Mother’s Day, we’re partnering with Anchor, Spotify’s new podcast creation app, to bring you six podcasts that celebrate the diverse experiences of motherhood. These intimate, heartfelt, and journalistic selection of podcasts highlight the intricacies of balancing parenting and other passions, becoming a single mother by choice, raising…


Pictured: 1) Imani Shanklin Roberts in front of “Rebel,” photographed by Ashley Level, Brooklyn NY 2019; 2) Ronald Draper in the RD Showroom, Bronx NY 2019; 3) Patrick Eugene at BAF Gallery, Brooklyn NY 2018; 4) Roberts in front of “Full Bellied Laughter,” photographed by Ashley Level, Brooklyn NY 2019; 5) Draper in front of one of his works from his series “Not Normal,” 2018; 6) Roberts creates a mural for Gold Room in Brooklyn, 2018; 7) Eugene at the Nantucket Arts Center, 2019; 8) Tonge himself.

Please meet “Futura Noir: Black Art in 2019 & Beyond,” the debut Flipboard collection from Mike Tonge. The New York native is the Senior Marketing Manager, Brooklyn Museum, and Co-founder of The Culture LP, an arts consultancy dedicated to empowering creatives of color and beautifying spaces. A cultural curator in…


We’re thrilled to be partnering with Anchor again to showcase some of the best podcasts out there. As a fast follow to their first collection for Flipboard, they’ve curated a new selection designed to help you get the most out of the new year. …


Flipboard teammate Jessica Eggert shares a recent experience with the product that embodies our mission to inform and inspire.

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It was a rainy Monday night. I’d just survived the flight from hell: seven hours, non-stop turbulence and a vomiting stranger next to me. Plus, I had to wake up at…

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