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Hillel Fuld@hilzfuld · Blogger/Vlogger, Co-Founder @ZCastApp
Big fan of the team and huge need for this product for sure! Flipboard mags are awesome but would love to stay on top of them with a daily email!
Ron OliverMaker@stontsss · CEO, Flip2Mail
Hi Product Hunters, I gotta admit, this is really exciting for me, as it is my first time seeing my own product here. Feels kinda like meeting a celebrity. Anyway, I have been using Flipboard and specifically magazines for years now and I quickly realized that as opposed to things in my inbox, I was missing updates to my favorite Flipboard magazines. That was the beginning of Flip2Mail. Then I saw how newsletters were coming back and how everyone who is anyone now has a newsletter. Then it hit me! Why not turn my favorite magazines into an email newsletter, a daily digest? That's what led to Flip2Mail and I am super excited to be launching it today. Also wanted to give a shoutout to the Flipboard team who has been super supportive and helpful. Any questions, I am here! Thanks again to the Product Hunt team!
Paul Curran@thepaulcurran · Artist/Techie
@stontsss looking forward to checking this out. Despite my Android widget for Flipboard, so much content flies into the wind.
Ron OliverMaker@stontsss · CEO, Flip2Mail
@thepaulcurran Thanks for the love
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Neat idea, @stontsss! I've been publishing to the Product Hunt Flipboard magazine for several months now. cc @mmccue
Ron OliverMaker@stontsss · CEO, Flip2Mail
@rrhoover Thanks! we're huge fans of both Product Hunt and Flipboard...
Steve RAFFNER@steveraffner · Senior Innovation Consultant
Cool ! get mine if you can : http://www.flip2mail.com/r/m/c/s...
Ron OliverMaker@stontsss · CEO, Flip2Mail
@steveraffner Cool, We would love to see as many Flipboard makers using Flip2Mail to promote their magazines, early tests indicates that users who registered for the email digest read the magazine 400% more than a regular Flipboard magazine follower.