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My Magazine is Flipboard in disguise

Possibly taking a cue from HTC's BlinkFeed, the Note 10.1 tablet (2014 edition) and Note 3 smartphone conceal a version of Flipboard within its home screen matrix. Flick up from the bottom of the screen (or press the home button three times) to launch the magazine-style newsfeed.
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Acceptance is key

Before getting started, accept Flipboard's terms and conditions.
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Feed me

The news feed is straightforward, showcasing a panel of stories and photos.
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Browse and rearrange

Reorder categories to see news that's important to you first, and browse by genre to prioritize the content of your headlines.
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Limited customization

Although there's room for choosing the types of stories you want to read, you won't have a say over which publications My Magazine pulls from.
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Exit gracefully

Tap the arrow on the right for navigation away from My Magazine and into other apps, like the dialer and Google search.
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Magazine reading

Due to Flipboard's influence, the magazine-style reading really pops. Pages virtually fold and flip to reveal more content.
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Tablet view

Scroll down on the Note tablet to view a range of stories from your posse of chosen categories.
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Phone view

The My Magazine arrangement is understandably more vertical on the Note 3.
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