Hit Subscribe: 25 Flipboard Magazines You Need To Read

Published July 16, 2014
Updated January 17, 2018
Flipboard Magazines

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For those who haven’t discovered Flipboard yet, you’re missing out. The iPhone and Android-friendly application lets you browse and enjoy your favorite content—be it news articles, Twitter feeds or the best of BuzzFeed—without having to ever leave Flipboard. Readers can “flip” through Fliboard magazines’ article headlines like one would with a physical magazine, and select any article they want to read further.

Users can also create their own Flipboard magazines based on their hobbies, passions or even an Instagram feed. Flipboard is all about making it easy for people to collect and consume their favorite content from the web in one place. As a great medium for finding the coolest content on the web (like All That Is Interesting’s own magazine), we recommend you check out these awesome Flipboard magazines:

1. So Bad So Good

So Bad So Good Flipboard Magazines

When flipping through So Bad So Good, you can never be quite sure what you will encounter. Sure, there are plenty of funny videos and awesome Game of Thrones posts, but there are also articles like “A Helpful Guide to Making Your Own Office Crossbow” (wait, what?). Readers will love this collection of the Internet’s best and worst memes, advice, how-to articles and crazy cat videos.

2. Cooking (by Lilliminza)

Cooking on Flipboard

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Cooking (by Likliminza) is the cure to those nights when nobody can decide what to eat for dinner. Recipes like smoky beetroot hummus and jalapeño and cheese biscuits are anything but ordinary, yet plenty experimental for cooks who like a challenge. Fair warning—the occasional German recipe is flipped onto this magazine. If you can read the language, you’re in for a real treat (pun intended).

3. The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness is a sharp, witty collection of articles about manhood. From “A Manly Handshake: An Illustrated Guide” to “Preventing Swamp Crotch: 10 Products ‘Scientifically’ Tested,” this man’s mag hits on everything that’s important to a well-rounded dude.

4. Cool (Content Guide)

Cool Flipboard Content Guide

The Cool Content Guide covers just about everything, from the latest technology to funny videos to photos from the International Drone Photography Awards. If you’ve been wondering what toys look like in under an x-ray or haven’t yet seen Monty Python and the Holy Grail performed on flaming bagpipes, then you should head to Flipboard and subscribe to Cool.

5. World News Watch

There are a number of Flipboard magazines dedicated to news—local news, sports news, global news, you name it. They’ve got it. World News Watch flips top news stories from all over the world, giving you a sneak peek at the current state of affairs. Of course, this magazine isn’t for readers who want to be uplifted. Instead, you’ll more likely encounter news on the latest car bombings, military threats, missing persons or overseas scuffles.

6. 3D Printing

3D Printing is a great example of how Flipboard can liven up any niche or field. For those who haven’t yet discovered the part sci-fi, part real-life phenomenon that is 3D printing, check out our article on how 3D printing technology is changing the world. If you’re already familiar with the potpourri of amazing things that can be printed, subscribe to this mag and we guarantee you’ll have your mind blown on a regular basis.

7. All That Is Interesting

All That Is Interesting Flipboard Magazines

We may be a little biased (okay, a lot biased) but the All That Is Interesting Flipboard magazines are pretty awesome. We flip articles on just about everything, from absurd performance artists to the world’s ugliest animals to the Internet’s coolest chemical reaction GIFs. And you’re already here, so you know you’re bound to find some great stuff on our Flipboard magazine, too.

8. Mashable

Mashable on Flipboard

We love Mashable as much as the next guy, but sifting through their content-heavy interface can be overwhelming. Thankfully, the Mashable Flipboard magazine solves that problem, packaging the site’s top articles in one easy-to-read magazine format. You get all of the content you love, without having to lift a finger (well, you’ll have to lift one finger, but that’s not too bad).

9. National Geographic

The National Geographic mag needs no introduction. As expected, this Flipboard magazine offers the best nature and culture related articles, accompanied by some of the most mind-bending photographs in the world. If you love immaculate photography, the best travel articles, beautiful landscapes or wild animals, you should head on over and subscribe to this magazine.

10. Inside Flipboard

Inside Flipboard Magazine

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Flipboard is fairly straightforward, but that doesn’t mean that users don’t encounter any problems. Thankfully, Flipboard is a step ahead of its readers, and has created a magazine with all of the tips, tricks and FAQs a subscriber might need while flipping through the application. Not sure how to link your Facebook account? Wondering if you can reflip an RSS feed? This magazine is the perfect resource for every inquiry.

11. Life in Color (Lifestyle)

Life in Color on Flipboard

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Curated by ELLE DECOR, Life in Color is a Flipboard mag dedicated to all things color. The pages are filled with lifestyle design tips: how to decorate with lavender, where to incorporate a pop of red into your living room, which color trends can be implemented on a budget. Of course, Life in Color also covers color-related style tips and fashion trends. This fabulous lifestyle magazine is the go-to source for interior decorators, new home buyers and fashion lovers alike.

12. Colossal

Art lovers, get ready to hit the subscribe button. Flipboard’s Colossal mag is as cool as the This is Colossal site itself, chock-full of the world’s most incredible artwork and artists. Expect to be dazzled with incredible images, crisp articles and a glimpse at the artwork of today’s emerging (and established) contemporary artists.

13. Coffee and Tea

Coffee and Tea Flipboard Magazines

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The cover of Coffee and Tea is an aptly placed GIF of a fresh-brewed cup of coffee—exactly what you’d expect from a magazine that claims to cover everything coffee and tea related. From Huffington Post articles on why you should drink the dark roast to must-have tea brewing technology to hilarious coffee-related memes, this magazine is a necessity for anyone who loves a good cup of joe.

14. New York Times

New York Times on Flipboard Magazines

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Flipping through Twitter feeds in magazine format is surprisingly enjoyable. The New York Times Twitter feed magazine allows you to flip through trusted news highlights as you sip your morning coffee. Plus, with Flipboard’s built-in Twitter feature, you can easily respond to tweets directly within the app. If Twitter’s not your thing, check out the official New York Times Flipboard Magazines to find a niche you do love—there are plenty.

15. Popular Science

Flipboard Magazines Popular Science

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Science can be a bit dry for some, but when packaged as an image-heavy, headline-friendly magazine, it’s easy to tell which articles are a snooze, and which ones will blow your mind. The Popular Science magazine covers the best of the best, flipping articles on new animal species, space, the human body and groundbreaking scientific finds. Even the least scientifically inclined individuals will love this mag.

16. Street Art

Street Art on Flipboard

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As its name suggests, Street Art covers urban art from all over the world. Yet we’re not talking ridiculous graffiti, we’re talking Banksy and other talented artists whose work brightens up cities in the United States and all the way to Hong Kong. Street Art is mostly visual, making it easy to flip through the latests posts in a moment’s time.

17. Kids + Parenting (Stacy Teet)

There are approximately ten billion parenting sources on the web, each claiming to be the best. And while Kids + Parenting doesn’t make any of those outrageous claims (thank goodness), we’ve found that it’s pretty awesome.

Curated by Stacy Teet, this mag is the perfect reading material for a parent who values discovery and fun. In the last couple weeks, we’ve seen recipes for Ocean Swirl Glitter Slime, summer skincare tips and a budget-friendly guide to visiting Disney World, all pulled from the top kid-friendly (and mother-approved) websites.

18. Flipboard Picks

Flipboard Picks

Flipboard is known for curating incredible magazines. Subscribe to the Flipboard Picks magazine to find articles that were hand-picked by Flipboard’s content-loving staff. While articles vary from world news to startling science finds to hilarious cat memes, each piece is timely, intriguing and worth flipping through. Hint: See if you can find the two All That Is Interesting articles.

19. NPR: Books

Book lovers, unite! NPR Books is the perfect combination of book reviews, literary news, recommendations and exclusive interviews with authors. What’s best is the fact that they aren’t tethered to one specific genre, making it easy to discover new authors and books that you wouldn’t have stumbled across otherwise. If you love to read, be sure to add this mag to your collection of literature.

20. ESPN

ESPN Flipboard Magazines

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Even the most dedicated sports enthusiasts can’t track everything that’s going on in the sports world. Instead of flipping back and forth from Fox Sports to ESPN to the NFL network, sports lovers can pull up the ESPN Flipboard magazines and access everything sports related. We’re talking sports news, tweets from top athletes, scores and more—if it’s related to sports, you’ll find it on this magazine.

21. Vanity Fair Long Reads

Vanity Fair Long Articles

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If you like kicking back with a lengthy, captivating article, you’ll fall in love with the Vanity Fair Long Reads magazine. Comprising feature articles from the magazine’s print version, each post is thought provoking and timely, covering pop culture, politics, economics and other topics. Hint: This mag is much better suited for your iPad. Open it on your mobile phone and you’ll be flipping through 50+ pages on each post.

22. The Everywhereist

The Everywhereist on Flipboard

The Everywhereist is the travel magazine for Flipboard users. A collection of posts from the popular blog, this travel blogger traipses about Italy, meets elephants in Asia, and runs into old friends in Germany—and she’s got the jaw-dropping pictures to prove it. Flipping through this magazine will have you plotting your next overseas adventure.

23. Personal Branding

These days, your personal brand is everything. Yet with the Personal Branding Flipboard magazine, curating and maintaining your reputation has never been easier. With articles from Forbes, Entrepreneur and Fortune, you can be sure you’re getting the best professional advice out there.

24. Time for Cocktails

Cocktail Recipes

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Unlike some Flipboard magazines, you can tell that Time for Cocktails is going to be great just by its title. This magazine is the place to find recipes for all of your favorite drinks, from Raspberry Tequila Sangria (yum!) to a Ginger Caipirinha Cocktail or a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Martini. If you’re of age, subscribe and imbibe.

25. #MagsWeLove

#MagsWeLove in Flipboard

Need more recommendations on top Flipboard magazines that you should subscribe to? #MagsWeLove flips top magazines on a regular basis, making it easy for readers to discover the coolest content on the web. The best part is that they shy away from any specific genre, so it’s easy to discover a new niche.

Kiri Picone
Bay Area transplant Kiri Picone is a writer and marketer who loves bizarre news and the color purple.
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