Instagram made headlines recently when the formerly iOS-only app became available for Android, too. If you want a laugh, check out some of the snarky tweets that followed Instragram\u2019s Android debut in Al Sacco\u2019s \u201cInstagram for Android Draws Tasteless Tweets from Elitist iPhoners.\u201d\n\tAs far as I can tell, there\u2019s been no such backlash against Flipboard, the formerly iOS-only app that just made its debut on Android. Maybe the iOS haters are distracted, or they\u2019re less passionate about Flipboard. Whatever the reason, Flipboard on Android is a good thing\u2014with one significant exception.\n\tIf you\u2019re not familiar with the free Flipboard app, it\u2019s a sleek mobile content aggregator that brings together news you\u2019re interested in, from a variety of media outlets, as well as your social media updates. All Flipboard content is presented in a pleasingly interactive interface that makes browsing and reading fun. I also love Flipboard\u2019s multiple options for specifying the content you want.\n\tFlipboard for iOS is optimized for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad screens. However, the Android version is only built for smartphones. Perhaps the tablet optimized version will come later. Either way, the lack of a tablet version is not a big problem. On my Samsung Galaxy Note, the app looks great and the content doesn\u2019t feel cramped. Of course, the Galaxy Note has a 5.3-inch screen, so opinions on this subject may vary.\n\tI can\u2019t think of a single reason why anyone who enjoys reading news from today's leading sources wouldn\u2019t want to install and regularly use Flipboard. The only downside: Unlike Google Currents, a similar content aggregator app for Android and iOS devices, you can\u2019t read Flipboard stories while offline unless you choose them for offline reading in advance using an Instapaper, Pocket or Readability account. Currents automatically makes stories available offline. Thankfully, picking a story to read offline in Flipboard is easy. After setting up your offline reading account preference, you just tap articles to select the \u2018read later\u2019 option. (To read my review of Google Current, see \u201cGoogle Currents for iOS, Android Does One Thing Better Than Flipboard.\u201d)\n\tFlipboard on Android doesn\u2019t look much different from its iOS cousin, and that\u2019s a good thing. If you haven\u2019t already tried Flipboard, I recommend downloading it. You\u2019ll be hooked, like me, in no time.