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Tumblr is a place to discover and post about stuff you love, and join communities of people who love that same stuff. It’s pretty neat.
Q: What can I post on Tumblr?
A: Photos, videos, live videos, songs, text—pretty much anything.
Q: Can I make gifs?
A: Yes, you CAN make gifs! You can make them out of videos, bursts, live photos, or just shoot them on the spot.
Q: What’s the deal with “reblogging”?
A: It’s a way to take the stuff you find on Tumblr and make it your own. You can repost other people’s posts to your own blog. You can add commentary if you like. Other people can do the same with your posts. That’s how ideas spread on Tumblr, and it’s how communities form around them.
Q: Who’s on Tumblr?
A: People who are posting and reblogging about interesting stuff that you’re interested in. Politics. Movies. Memes and such. If you’ve ever seen anything interesting on the internet, chances are it came from Tumblr.
Q: How do I talk to people on Tumblr?
A: A few different ways. You can comment on a post, or you can reblog a post to your own Tumblr and add commentary, or you can send a private message. Whatever suits the occasion.
Q: How do I find stuff to follow?
A: Search for whatever you’re interested in. We’ll show you great posts about that stuff, and get you following the people who make those posts. Oh, you can also follow a search itself, and we’ll put sift the best material from that search right into your dashboard.
Q: What kind of stuff are people talking about on Tumblr *right now*?
A: Whatever’s happening in the world. The real world, the world of fiction, the world of pop culture, the world of academics, the world of safety and justice, the world of sports. Whatever world you live in, you’ll find it among all the trending topics in the search tab.
Q: Do all Tumblrs look the same?
A: No! You can totally customize your Tumblr’s appearance, right down to the colors and fonts you use.
Q: How will people find my Tumblr?
A: Tag your posts. Tumblr is full of passionate communities of people who are constantly searching through tags for new posts about stuff they love. Your stuff could be that stuff.
Q: Am I ready to download Tumblr, deepen my perspective, and forever change the way I think?
What's New in Version 7.8
We’ve revamped the queue with more robust scheduling options.
Robust. Hearty. Delicious. Tumblr 7.8.
Tumblr is a great place I love it there's just one thing with the app that has been getting on my nerves.
When I go to someone's blog, the blog description is cut off on the right side and on the bottom so I am unable to read the whole thing. This is especially annoying with people who have long blog descriptions because I am only able to see like the first five lines.
One think I do like about this update though is that you can change your queue settings, which I always used to have to get my computer out for so that's nice. Leave that in, bc I know there are some features that have been put in and then taken out before.
It'd also be cool if in a future update there was a feature that allowed you to edit your text on text posts (bold, italics, etc.).
The stars is just for this update of the app, I love Tumblr it is a great place and would recommend
Update: Your widget has never worked on my iPad Pro 9.7! On another note I think you guys should consider an optional way for us to view content in our news feed. Maybe a magazine style with some sort of automatic feature that scrolls through posts.
When compared to the job other social networks have done with their own native apps such as Facebook & Twitter unlike those I want for nothing from the desktop version of this app when I'm using this on my iPad. In fact I enjoy using it and managing my website from it even more than I do on my laptop. That's the highest complement I think you can possible get for any mobile version of a website.
NSFW spam blogs are a major issue - not friendly to minors
For the past few years or so of using this website and the app, I've been followed by hundreds spam and virus blogs and gotten messages from them as well. Every day for almost a year, I've been followed by several NSFW spam blogs every day. It's extremely annoying. These blogs plague a large portion of your users, yet nothing has been done. This is also completely unacceptable given that I'm a minor. The fact that I have to actually view the blog in order to block it is a hassle. Swiping left to block from the notifications menu would be amazing. It would also make sense if the report and "blocked users" features were actually integrated into the app (rather than being web exclusive). Tumblr and Yahoo should be doing more to regulate this problem.
- Category: Social Networking
- Updated: Feb 06, 2017
- Version: 7.8
- Size: 145 MB
- Languages: English, Dutch, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Seller: Yahoo! Inc.
- © 2016 Tumblr, Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.