5 of the best mobile apps for bloggers
If blogging is your thing, Android and iOS have you covered with a variety of apps dedicated to discovering and maintaining blogs online. We've rounded up five great applications that will let you make the most of the wealth of content that's available on the internet, all from the comfort and convenience of your smartphone. Browse, create, and enjoy content on whatever topics it is that you may like.
The official Blogger app lets you create posts and save them to draft or immediately publish them, edit existing posts, view a list of your saved and published posts, switch accounts, embed images from the gallery, and add labels and locations to your posts. Alas, the app isn't available for iOS, but you can still use the Blogger online interface through the browser.
WordPress makes it easy to create and read content as you write, edit, and publish posts, check stats, and get inspired by great posts in the built-in reader. The app supports WordPress.com and self-hosted WordPress.org sites running WordPress 3.5 or higher.
A simple, easy to use feed reader, SupaReada lets you follow your favourite blogs, news sites, recipes, comics, magazines, craigslist and eBay listings and more, staying up to date with all of them. You can easily customize your list of relevant RSS feeds by simply adding the URL of a feed, and it will automatically pull the latest news for that site when you refresh or launch the app. There are also sharing features for each post.
With Tumblr, you can discover and create the stuff you love. Add GIFs, text, videos, audio and express your passions. Tumblr hosts blogs dedicated to art, music, comedy, design, philosophy, politics, random stuff, science, sports, and many other topics. You can also explore the conversations trending in the Tumblr community, staying in touch with current events, album drops, fandom hubbubs, and big-time sporting events.
Bloglovin is used to discover and read blogs in fashion, food, DIY, travel and other topics. It will help you keep up with your favorite bloggers and Youtube vloggers, and it doesn't matter whether the blog is hosted on Wordpress, Blogger, Squarespace or Tumblr. You can follow all of your favorite blogs and see all of their posts and videos in a single feed.