We’ve already given you the lowdown on the top iPad blogging apps available through the iTunes App Store. Now, it’s time to look at a selection of other apps that can help you craft the perfect post even while away from a computer. The following apps cover different aspects of blogging, including writing, images, and recording videos, so whatever you want to post on your blog, your iPad won’t hold you back.
Writing & Editing (Blogging)
Blogsy – $4.99
Blogsy is designed to make blogging on the iPad easy. It supports multiple blog platforms, including WordPress, Blogger, Posterous, TypePad, Joomla and Drupal, and also supports content from YouTube, Flickr and Picasa. The app enables you to create and edit posts, add media content, publish to your network, and create rich-text emails. It’s drag-and-drop methods make adding images and hyperlinks to posts much simpler than it is even on a desktop. There’s very little you can’t do using this app, the only restriction is that you can only use it with existing blog accounts.
BlogPress – $2.99
Similar to Blogsy, BlogPress supports multiple blogging platforms, and gives you a range of features to use. The app supports text, image, video and audio content from the likes of YouTube, Flickr and Picasa, and you can format posts using the app’s comprehensive layout editor. Integrated with Facebook and Twitter, BlogPress also helps you manage your social sharing, enabling you to tweet or post to followers and fans when you have published new content.
SplitBrowser – $1.99
SplitBrowser is the ultimate research tool: using this app, you can browse the web as normal, except it splits your iPad screen in two so you can view two web pages at the same time. Each web page has its own independent toolbar and you can use the app in portrait or landscape mode.
BlogWriter – $1.99
The BlogWriter app supports different platforms, including Microsoft Live Spaces, WordPress and Blogger. Using BlogWriter, you can create and edit text blog posts, insert images and geotags, and track your favorite blogs using the app’s RSS reader.