May 28, 2012

Blogger tools for iPhone

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Blogger tools for iPhone
With each year the possibility of the role of mobile devices in the modern world is growing more and more. The functionality of mobile devices are constantly being improved and become more suitable for blogging. Five years ago, the smart phone was almost clueless tool in the hands of the blogger, but today it is almost essential (especially with regard to micro-management, in particular, Twitter). And we are talking about all the available formats and options for supply of materials - video, photos along with text used often enough.

One of the blame for popularizing mobile blogging can rightly be considered iPhone - a device once and forever changed the mobile market, and (more importantly) the market for mobile applications. And if a couple of years ago, smart phones were greater extent in the various geeks, but now smart phones become more popular and functional. Let's look at some great blogging applications available to owners of iPhone.

WordPress for iOS

WordPress for iOS

As seen from the title, WordPress for iOS - application for managing a blog platform WordPress (both on wordpress.com, and hosting on your own). With this program you can create and edit posts, moderate comments, add photos / videos and much more.

Blogpress for iPhone

Blogpress for iPhone

Blogpress for iPhone - one of the most feature-rich applications for mobile blogging available on the iPhone. Supported platforms and CMS:
Blogger / BlogSpot;
MSN Live Spaces;
WordPress;
Movable Type;
LiveJournal;
Drupal;
Joomla;
Tumblr;
Other less common.

In all cases Blogpress provide almost complete control (including even such things as the ability to insert HTML code.) It supports all major features of blogs - tags, category, publication date, etc. A number of reviews that application has earned the epithet of "blogger's dream."

Twitterrific for Twitter

Twitterrific for Twitter

Twitterrific for Twitter - a great application to work with Twitter. Twitterrific is easy to use, at the same time can do everything that you need. Displays a replica, retweets, direct messages (DM). Works with search and sheets (lists). Able to cut links, not to mention the opportunity to subscribe, unsubscribe and block other users. Simple and easy interface to view and sample reports on time trends and the like.

iBlogger

iBlogger

iBlogger - another application to control blogs on different platforms, class Blogpress fog iPhone.Functionally, the application is very rich, but, unfortunately, is not free. Cost is $ 10, which, in principle, and is its biggest drawback. With this application can work in Drupal, MovableType, TypePad, WordPress, Blogspot, and others, to use all the major functions of blogging - the category, working with images, tags and much more. The application was tested WiFi, 3G and EDGE networks, has proved to be excellent

CoveritLive iPhone

CoveritLive iPhone

CoveritLive iPhone - positioned not only as a tool for bloggers, but also as a tool of a professional journalist, which allows you to create these reports (including, for example, publish photos, audio and video in real time). Overall an interesting and original product.

Tumblr

Tumblr

Tumblr , though not so much popular in RuNet, however, I know quite a lot of people leading blogs on this platform. By the way, about tumblr I said in one of the last articles - certainly a very interesting service. Organize a mobile blogging on Tumblr blog of the same name will help brand the application.

As you can see, for iOS created quite a number of fairly good applications. The review - only the tip of the iceberg - if you kopnete deeper, find a lot of interesting things! Generally pleased with the activity of the developers and the pace of development of mobile applications, especially for blogs. I think you have enough to start a list in order to explore the options available, as are collected solutions for all popular platforms and blogohostingov.

By the way, what iPhone mobile apps for blogs do you use?

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