Bloggers everywhere delighted when they no longer had to be bound to their laptops and their desktops. Now able to blog directly from Android mobile devices, like phones and tablets, bloggers can seize their day-to-day life and update things as they happen.
With the number of blogging apps on the Android Marketplace, it’s tough to choose which ones you should go with. To help slim your options, we present our top picks for the best blogging apps for Android users.
Tumblr is a microblogging platform which allows users to post text, images, video links, and quotes to their tumblelog.
It also lets users to follow other tumblelogs that they find interesting and to view their posts on the Dashboard. It is also possible to reblog posts so that it shows up on users’ own tumblelog.
For bloggers who would like to post lengthier, mostly text-based entries, then WordPress is for you.
The WordPress Android app has been developed to keep up with the demands of perfect and convenient smartphone blogging. The app is fast and sleek, but works best on tablets. Blogging on smartphones may be a little difficult, given the substantially smaller display.
The Blogger app comes with qualities that allow early publishing of news posts, adding images to your blog entries, and labels. You can even add a location to each of your posts. If you’ve got several blogs, don’t worry. The Blogger app allows you to easily switch between them.
If you’ve been a long-time fan of LiveJournal, you will not be disheartened. The official LiveJournal app gives you simple access to your journal from the convenience of your smartphone or tablet.
Nearly identical to its desktop counterpart, the app lets you to post entries, manage comments, as well as run posts you’ve published.
Posterous Spaces is an Android app developed by Posterous that allows users to manage their spaces.
Spaces are lot like tumblelogs, which gives the user the option to upload a single image or several of them in one go, sharing videos or text posts of their current thoughts. Users can create as many spaces as they want, and even create spaces for groups so that everyone involved can contribute.
The Blogger-droid app may be less recognised than its official Blogger counterpart, but it does serve pretty much the same purpose.
Developed by Anders Hedström, this app allows you a lot of the same functions of the Blogger app. You can easily create, view, and edit blog posts on your Blogger blog.