Blogging On The Move: 5 Top iPhone And iPad Apps For The Mobile Blogger
It seems nowadays everyone has a “smart” phone! You know what I’m talking about right? If not where have you been?The big players in the battle of the smartphones seem to be Apple with their iOS platform, with offerings like the iPhone and iPad.With the emergence of these smartphones comes the ability to download some killer Apps that enable you to take your blogging to a whole new level.
Not only will these Apps make your blog more productive, but it means you can now be a “Mobile Blogger” and blog from just about anywhere. No longer do you need to be tied to your desk 24/7, now dust off your Speedos and go blog at the beach!
I have listed the top 5 blogging Apps for the iphone and iPad that I personally use, I’m sure you will also find these beneficial whilst blogging on the move.
The Must Have iPhone And iPad Apps For The Mobile Blogger
Blogsy has to be the ultimate mobile blogging App, it’s not free but is definitely well worth the investment, it’s currently priced at $4.99 at the Apple App Store.Blogsy supports all of the major blogging platforms including: Blogger, WordPress, TypePad, Drupal, Tumblr, Joomla, and much more!
Using Blogsy gives you the ability to fully write and publish your blog posts, and comes packed with more features then you will probably find on your actual blogging platform.
Hootsuite is great! It allows you to manage all your Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Foursquare accounts in one App. The ability to engage with all of your social networks in one place makes this App a must have for any mobile blogger.
Hootsuite comes packed with features once you’ve used it you’ll be asking yourself how you ever lived without it. The good news? It’s free, so you have no excuse not to try it.
I previously wrote about Evernote in my blog post “Blogging Toolbox: Top 10 Blogging Tools I Can’t Live Without”. This is a great App for using on your home PC or as a mobile App when you are away from your desk.
The reason why this App is so great is when you are on the move it gives you the ability to take notes, voice recordings, and web clippings, so wherever you are you can be working on and researching your next blog post, oh I almost forgot it’s free!
JustCloud is very much like Dropbox, you’ve all heard of Dropbox, right? Having used both programs I always seem to come back to JustCloud when I’m mobile.
Don’t get me wrong I still use Dropbox but for my mobile needs JustCloud is the winner for me and it’s the best price… free.
JustCloud allows you to access and back up your files whilst on the move and they currently offer unlimited cloud storage.