Saturday, January 7, 2012

Blogger App

While I don't use the Android Blogger App for long blog posts it is great for doing posts on the run. When I hopped off the train in Sydney yesterday morning I took a quick snap of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House and posted it to Blogger. The photo quality isn't excellent but that is more a problem of my device than the Blogger App.

When I am out and about and I get inspiration for a blog post (I have to grab these when I can) I use the  Blogger App  to note my ideas down. These ideas can be saved as drafts for later use.

Choosing from multiple blogs via a dropdown menu is an easy matter although at times I have erred and hastily selected the wrong blog for a post.

List of Posts - Screenshot from Blogger App

There are other Blogger apps available in the Android market but this one does the trick for me.


  1. I didn't know you could do that! I'm learning more every day.

  2. I've got the Blogger app too. Like you I don't use it very much unless it's a very quick and short post.

    Glad to see this blog listed at GeneaBloggers! Many of us will be able to make good use of the info!

  3. I use the Wordpress app (my blog is on Wordpress :)), mainly for checking stats and comments on posts. Much easier than doing it through the browser on my tablet.

  4. Thanks for the Wordpress feedback, Tanya.

  5. Thanks for the review! Android apps development.I agree with you regarding the limitations of the built-in tools when it comes to time tracking. If you’re finding that OmniFocus is more complex than you need you might give Things a try. Things is my task manager of choice and I find it’s a joy to use. There’s plenty of functionality under the hood (including repeating tasks), and it never seems to get in the way.Nice Post. Thanks for your sharing.


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