TravelPod - Travel Blog
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*** Working seamlessly online and offline, this free blogging app is built to travel. Now all you need to carry is your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch to keep your travel blogs up-to-date! ***
The web's original travel blog site gets even better with the TravelPod app for iOS! The TravelPod app is designed to work both with and without wi-fi access, so you can add to and edit your travel blogs wherever you are and sync up seamlessly when you're back in wi-fi range.
Share your memories, photos, videos, and more with with friends and family, all on-the-go from your iOS device.
World travelers have been using TravelPod to share their adventures in travel blogs for years, and TravelPod has become the preferred tool for preserving your trip memories. Our members told us what they wanted from an iOS app and we listened.
With the TravelPod app you can:
* Register for a free travel blog in seconds.
* Update your blog entries on your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad or on TravelPod.com, the web’s original travel blogging site.
* Entries saved and uploaded from the app can be edited on the web and vice versa, so you can work whenever you want.
* Easily upload your photos and movies and share them on TravelPod.
* Work offline--the TravelPod app is designed to be used in both connected and offline situations--never waste a moment!
* Share on Facebook or with email.
* Access all of your existing TravelPod blogs.
* Save as 'Draft' or publish right from the mobile app.
* Set or modify locations in your trip with easy-to-use mobile maps.
With your TravelPod membership, you get access to all of the great features we've been offering for years via TravelPod.com:
* Create a printed book of your travel blog.
* Connect with the traveler community through our forums.
* Fast and friendly customer support. We're here to help!
We have tons of great new features coming and are looking for feedback for future revisions, so download today and help shape the mobile travel blogging revolution with TravelPod!
What's New in Version 2.4.2
- Added the ability to Share to Address Book;
- Fixed support for Bluetooth Keyboards;
- Fixed Undo & Redo buttons on iPad
- Enhanced stability and performance
The only option for mobile devices.
The mobile app worked will overall. There was definitely limited functionality, but it did give an alternative to trying to use the website from my iPhone while traveling. I had to set up my account before using the app, which is difficult to do properly on a phone. All of the videos I loaded posted upside down and there was no way to edit them from the app. It may have been helpful to be able to sync new blog posts while not using the app. If I started to sync and left the app, the sync would stop. The website was also difficult to navigate and edit from at times, even from a computer. I did like how simple the app was to use most of the time. With the exception of the limited control of content in the app, I enjoyed using it. It would be helpful to be able to use the same app to read the blogs of other travelers I've subscribed to and edit my own blog. It would also be nice to have a main website that would be easy to edit from a phone since fewer people travel with a computer. Also, the video format is not mobile friendly. None of my mobile using blog followers could watch the videos unless they could make it to a computer.
Easy Peasy lemon squeezy
We needed an online travel blog that would allow us to post pictures from a few different devices and keep everything synced while giving our family back home easy access to the blog.
Travel pod works - and puts pins in the places we've been and allows us to "rate" places - hotels, historic sites, etc.
It makes it easy for everyone to get what they want out of the blog.
My go to for travel blogging
I use it extensively when traveling from mobile devices. It just works. The support folks are wonderful when I have had an issue or a question. The synch seems to sort out things well and the web interface presents a nice view to my stay at home folks who want to see what I've been up to.