By illumineX, inc.
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2013 October 7 - iBlogger Pro is on sale this week, to celebrate the new release! iBlogger raises the bar for mobile photo blogging, with support for Picasa, Lightbox, and full CSS styling with image captions. Snappy on iOS 6 and higher!
iBlogger brought the first real photo blogging to mobile devices on the original iPhone. iBlogger 2 sets a new standard.
Compatible with nearly any blog (WordPress, ExpressionEngine, MovableType, TypePad, and many more), you can blog with Pictures, Tags, Categories, Links, and Location at the touch of a finger. All this in an easy to use, robust application which has the quality and polish you expect on iPhone and iPod Touch.
Thousands of real people have been blogging with iBlogger since the launch of the app store. iBlogger has changed the way they think about blogging.
They love iBlogger, and we think you will, too.
iBlogger features include:
* easily configure your blog in seconds: RSD (Real Simple Discovery) and automatic configuration makes iPhone bloggers happy!
* post your thoughts
* include a picture, add a caption to it,
* select categories
* include tags to help promote your blog
* include links in your post
* include a customizable standard signature
* include a location link at the touch of a button
* URL keyboard type for URL entry
* tested on WiFi, 3G and EDGE networks, works great
* Secure HTTPS connections if your blog supports it
* HTML Auth protected blogs
Does iBlogger work with my blog?
iBlogger is compatible with the most popular blog engines, including:
iBlogger has optimized plugins which ensure easy configuration and compatibility for these Blog Hosting Services:
* Blogspot/Blogger (picture posting for Blogspot blogs requires Picasa to host your photos. Sign up for your free Picasa account.)
The current version of iBlogger does not work with:
* Microsoft LiveJournal
* certain blogs which require the old Atom 0.3 protocol
If it's not listed above, iBlogger may not have been tested with your blog. iBlogger should work with most any blog engine which provides one of these generic API types, included in iBlogger:
* Other MetaWeblog
* Other MovableType
A Word from illumineX
iBlogger is under active development by illumineX. We've been developing software on the Mac since 1998. iBlogger has been heavily tested in the real world by active bloggers, and is ready to put real mobile blogging in your pocket.
We will be adding more blog engines and plugins steadily in the coming months.
Based on ecto, the award winning and extremely popular blogging application for the Mac, iBlogger was crafted with love by illumineX and friends. Many thanks to everyone who contributed, including our fantastic beta testers, and our early customers. Your feedback makes iBlogger shine!
Submit your problem reports to support@illumineX.com
* Include the URL to your blog.
* If possible, include a test account for us on your blog.
* Describe the issue you see, and the steps leading up to the problem, so we can re-create the problem.
Many thousands of bloggers are using iBlogger today in dozens of countries. iBlogger "just works" for nearly everyone already. If it doesn't work for you, please ask us for help.
What's New in Version 2.1.0
* improved compatibility with 4 inch Retina Display (iPhone 5 series)
* stability enhancements
* more robust Picasa account creation (login would sometime fail even though the password was correct)
* updated GData library for improved Picasa compatibility
This app is useable, but just barely.
- iBlogger PUTS A NOTICE AT THE END OF EACH POST to advertise itself, without asking or informing you and without any way to stop it. In an app of this cost, that is completely unacceptable.
- Pictures are not handled very well, seem to publish differently than they appear in the editor sometimes.
- The editor doesn't do the auto-capitalization that is expected when typing text on the iPhone. This is a huge pain.
There are other annoyances, but those are the main ones. I tried iBlogger because my bogging service's custom app (which was also poor) disappeared from the App Store. Sadly disappointed.
No auto capitalization for first word of sentence.
Deletes unpublished posts.
Not intuitive at all. Terrible user interface.
No way that I've seen for italics, bold type.
$10 is a ripoff.