The folks over at Tumblr have announced a major overhaul to their Android application today. For those unfamiliar with Tumblr, the service allows users to create personal blog sites and share blog posts, pictures, videos, and other forms of content with the social community.
Today’s update brings some pretty significant improvements over the original Tumblr ... Read More »
Popular micro-blogging site Posterous has announced the release of an Android application, which allows users to quickly and easily post text, pictures, and video to their blogs while on the go. Posterous, like similar service Tumblr, provides users with a dedicated blog-space so you can easily share content with other individuals.
Adding blog posts is ... Read More »
This weekend, popular blogging site Tumblr has quietly released an official Tumblr application for the Android platform. For those who are unfamiliar with Tumblr, which admittedly included myself only 24 hours ago, Tumblr is a site that aims to make blogging as simple as possible, allowing users to post text, pictures, quotes, links, chats, audio, and ... Read More »
Automattic is pleased to announce that WordPress for Android is now available in the Android Market.
If you haven’t heard yet, Tumblr is micro blogging done right. Think the ease of posting to Twitter with the features of WordPress. The main draw of Tumblr are the various post types. It has specific styles and settings for text posts, image posts, quotes, links, etc. aTumble brings the service to your Android device.
Even a die hard Android fan can admit the iPhone still has tons of jealousy-inducing features. One thing I’ve been sorely missing is official WordPress support (the iPhone gets its own official app). For a while now I’ve seen a couple apps touting WordPress capabilities so today I thought we’d have a look at one of the most popular WordPress clients for Google Android, wpTogo.