Social magazine app is now available from various Android app stores, comes in five new languages, and offers YouTube and Google+ conversions.
Flipboard was originally launched for iPad, before it rolled out onto sister iOS device, the iPhone.
It allows users to transform their social newsfeeds from Twitter, Facebook et al into a flippable magazine, and now it has arrived on Android.
That means users Google OS-powered devices can now download the app from Google Play, the Amazon AppStore for Kindles, and the Barnes & Noble Nook App Store.
Meanwhile, Americans purchasing a Samsung Galaxy S III from 'leading carriers' will find the app pre-installed on the device – which perhaps explains the app being displayed on the phone in its promotional photo.
Flipboard has also expanded the format in conjunction with the Android launch, enabling the magazine-like conversion to work across Google+ and YouTube.
The app will also come in five fully-translated in five new editions across Germany, Italy, Korea, Netherlands and Spain.