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Top Notch iPhone Blogging Apps

The iPhone seems to rule the mobile world today. It is loved and appreciated for its capabilities, easy and luxurious style of usage and power-packed features. People seem to enjoy the different utilities of the phone that helps them check mails, surf the net and carry on with a number of daily activities more efficiently. The best thing about them is the fact that they can be done on the go.

There is yet another activity that the iPhone can perform for you. And that is blogging. Here are some great tools that’ll help you in blogging on the go.

Tumblr

The Tumblr app allows you to post your quotes, photos and many other contents of interest. You may also post audios and videos that are worth sharing and that can be done through the iPhone 3GS or the later versions. The dashboard in the app lets you update your status and get to know the status of your pals.

Tumblr

WordPress

The WordPress is an open source project and its application is available free of cost for the iPhone. With this application, you can easily manage or update your blogging contents through an iPhone or an iPad. Creating and editing blog posts is easy and fun. You can moderate comments on a self-hosted blog or the wordpress.com website.

Wordpress

Joomla Admin Mobile

As the name suggests, Joomla Admin Mobile is an app that is prominently used by Joomla users. The applications cost $9.99 and enables Joomla users to maintain and update multiple Joomla sites with JAM (Joomla Admin Mobile). Here, users can easily create, delete or edit articles, user profiles, sections, menus and other categories. With the JAM application, users will be able to filter articles while inserting images too.

Joomla

iBlogger

The iBlogger app is a phenomenal blogging tool for your iPhone with a variety of blogging services. The application is available for $9.99 and is compatible with TypePad, Drupal, MovableType and WordPress. This app can be used for efficiently creating tags, links, pictures, categories and many others. iBlogger can help you to blog your location with a simple mouse click and this feature can be of great help when you are travelling.

iblogger

Squarespace

Again, this app helps users in updating their blogs and managing images, comments and posts on the Squarespace blog. The app is most suitable for handling multiple sites and creating new accounts within the application.

squarespace

altBlogger

Priced at $0.99, altBlogger is designed to support multiple posts. You can easily manage labels and tags, view and post comments. However, there is one drawback with this app as you cannot edit posts that are already published and you cannot add images to your blogs. This application is just a simple tool that can publish your contents to Blogger.com.

Blog Press

Blog Press is compatible with the iOS family and will charge you $2.99 to own it. It supports a variety of blogging services like the Blogger, MSN, TypePad, WordPress, MovableType, Joomla, LiveJournal and Drupal. The application allows you to blog your location and upload videos. Just a single click can add multiple pictures. This app can work on both landscape and portrait mode. Creating tags, labels and choosing your own publish dates are other great features of the app. This application can function with Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, Picasa and Flickr.

Blogpress

With so much of interest for blogging and so many fans behind the iPhone, when these two can combine together, there is hardly anything more demanding. And for all you bloggers out there, hope my app description would be of great help to carry on your favorite activity on the go.

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Author: Cathrine Gabler

Cathrine Gabler is an internet analyst and a blogger, who is keen in observing Broadband providers in UK. Also she enjoys to compare broadband service and their marketing strategies followed in different countries across the globe.

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2 Comments

  1. I love tumblr, and wordpress ofcause!
    Thanks for sharing this post. :)
    Haven’t heard of Squarespace

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