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Featured: Top 10 Best Blogger Apps For Android

December 4, 2014 - Written By Justin Diaz

SimplogSimplog

Simplog classifies itself as a new type of blogging experience, mashing together the simplicity of Twitter with the capabilities of a blog. It focuses on letting users record life moments in an easy-to-use platform while enabling the use of photo layouts, filters, and the ability to share experiences with friends and followers via Ameblo, Facebook and Twitter. You can check out Simplog at the download link in the Play Store.

Bloggeroid for BloggerBloggeroid

Bloggeroid is a client app for Google’s Blogger service, allowing users access to the feature of Blogger,(without ads being a focal point)like creating and editing posts on any blog that you have hosted with Blogger, creating and deleting comments, creating draft posts, and sharing your posts to Google+. The app also allows for the adding of multiple images, working with multiple accounts, and saving and loading to and from your SD card. You can check out Bloggeroid at the download link in the Play Store.

FeedlyFeedly

There are tons of great and useful blogs out there with all kinds of information, and Feedly is an app that is more focused on connecting you to those blogs and giving you an easy way to access them all right from your smartphone or tablet, instead of creating and editing your own blogs. It integrates seamlessly with multiple services like Facebook, Twitter, Buffer, OneNote, Pinterest, Evernote, and many more. It’s also powered by RSS and it’s an open system so you can add any RSS feed for easy reading on the go. You can check out Feedly at the download link in the Play Store.

BufferBuffer

Buffer is an app that allows users an easy way to manage multiple social media accounts all at once. You can schedule posts for specific times so you don’t have to always manually insert posts to each account. If you commonly write up blog posts and share them to all your social media feeds, Buffer can help you set things up to share the content with all your friends and followers at the right times automatically. It also works with news reader apps like Feedly, Flipboard, Taptu, Tweet Deck and more. You can check out Buffer at the download link in the Play Store.

Blogaway for Android(Blogger)Blogaway

Blogaway is a simple blogging app for android devices that lets you blog while on-the-go, allowing you to publish a blog in seconds. It currently only works with Blogger, giving users the ability to create posts and add multiple photos and videos, manage multiple accounts, save drafts locally, bookmark posts to read them later, and add locations and labels while offering rich formatting options. You can check out Blogaway at the download link in the Play Store.

TumblrTumblr

The official android app for Tumblr. You can manage multiple blogs from the app so you can keep up on all of your accounts, add a ‘create a post’ widget to your homescreen, and basically post anything from anywhere. You can add and share photos, GIFs, videos, music, quotes, chat links, and text. The Tumblr app also has advanced settings like saving drafts, queue posts, customized tweets and more. You can also view and reply to messages left on any of your blogs so you can always stay interacted with those who read your posts. You can check out the Tumblr app at the download link in the Play Store.

YouTubeYouTube

You all know YouTube, the video sharing website and service that allows you to upload, watch, discover and share videos with other across the web. Users can use the YouTube app to upload and post new content to their vlogs(video blogs), while also allowing you to interact with people who comment on your posts. You can check out the YouTube app at the download link in the Play Store.

Squarespace BlogSquarespace blog

The Squarespace Blog android app puts the beauty and power of Squarespace in the palm of your hands. The app is designed for Android smartphones and tablets, allows you to manage your posts and comments for multiple blogs, and easily add and layout photos, format text, and create links all without any knowledge of HTML. You can batch moderate comments for popular posts to streamline the process, and you can even mark stuff as spam with the simple flick of a finger. You can check out the Squarespace Blog app at the download link in the Play Store.

BloggerBlogger

The official Google Blogger app for Android. Using the app, you can log in and manage your multiple Blogger accounts, and create and edit blog posts while on the go. You can also view lists of your saved and published posts, add labels for easy organization, add location info, switch accounts effortlessly. If you have a Blogger account, you should definitely be using this app. You can check out the Blogger app at the download link in the Play Store.

WordPressWordPress

The official Android app for WordPress. The app allows you to publish your WordPress blog posts on the go, while also easily editing drafts and existing posts. You can also use the app to check your blog stats, and get inspiration for your next post from other great posts in the built-in reader. The app is also open-source just like the website. You can check out the WordPress app at the download link in the Play Store.