One of the more recent blogging portals is Tumblr, which makes collating words, text, pictures and videos amazingly simple. The Android app lets users share anything from their phone's memory to their personal Tumblr page, complete with an easily accessible Home screen widget for the ultimate in impulsive, one-press blogging action.
You don't even need to add your own words, making it an ideal way to clip images, videos and short pieces of text for your own personal amusement.
If you need to get into some sort of magical quiet space in order to churn out your best SEO ready content, try Writer.
It's a simple mobile word processor that ditches most of the options that usually clutter up the more professional old word processing tools, for a clean, crisp layout that emphasises only the very, very important and meaningful things you want to say on the internet. It's a minimalist thing for people who consider writing an art, rather than a painful chore to be endured.
If your idea of blogging is simply to churn out as much content in as little time as possible, SwiftKey will help meet today's word count target.
It analyses your writing style by reading through your existing SMS messages, social network posts and even any RSS feeds you may have populated with older content, creating a database that can be used to predict the next word you're about to type. It also uses gesture input, letting bloggers write without lifting a finger by simply drawing on the screen. It'll boost productivity by at least 17.4 percent.
Pocket's a great app for saving and managing little snippets and articles you want to blog about at some point in the future.
The clever thing here is the way it syncs your content between phone and desktop, so anything you've saved to the app during your working day will automatically be there on your phone ready for blogging up and linking to later. It's also a gorgeous app that's a great little mobile reading choice on its own, too.
Of course, there's not much fun in blogging if you don't know if anyone's actually reading your words or not. Which is why you might want to get Google's ultra-nerdy Analytics working on your phone, and instantly open up an enormous world of technical analysis for any site you've added to its database.
The Android app is as fully featured as the desktop site, giving you visitor counts, page referral stats, pretty little charts and more, all helping boost morale and make it all seem... worthwhile.
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