To constantly update your blog and to check the latest headlines in the blogosphere you need to be able to manage your blog and to access other blogs on the go. And what better way to do that than by transforming your iPhone into your mobile blogging assistant?
Here are some essential iPhone blogging apps you shouldn’t miss. I’ve left out obvious apps like WordPress/TypePad, Tumblr, Evernote, PayPal, Instagram, Photoshop Express, Twitter, and Facebook, which I bet you use already.
You can download all these iPhone blogging apps from the Geeky Stuffs App Store.
9 iPhone Blogging Apps For The On-the-go Blogger
Helps you keep track of all the interesting blogs you’ve just discovered but that you don’t have time to read right now. It makes sure you don’t forget to read them later on.
WriteRoomIf you’re looking for a simple and straightforward writing app that does away with the fancy features to just let you write, then WriteRoom is your best solution. It creates a minimalistic writing environment for your blog posts that can increase your productivity.
BylineUseful because it can sync with Google Reader, Byline lets you stay up to date with the latest news from the blogosphere. When you’re out of inspiration for a blog post, just check some headlines, and let them inspire you.
A voice-to-text transcription app, Dragon Dictation allows you to speak your notes, emails, or posts into a recorder, and then automatically converts them into emails. Works remarkably well.
Analytics AppConstantly checking your blogs’ stats can be a displacement activity for actually creating content. Nevertheless, you do want to grab Analytics App on your iPhone. It’s just too useful to ignore.
PosterousComes with a valuable autoposting feature that makes sure your blog posts make it to all the major online channels you use. Comes with excellent Twitter integration.
This useful app comes with two killer features. First, it lets you manage multiple blogs hosted on different platforms. Second, it enables you to publish a post on several blogging platforms at the same time. Also comes with social media integration.
PixelPipeA powerful photo-sharing app that supports all the big social media websites, and plenty of smaller ones, Pixelpipe is a useful app for bloggers who travel or write food reviews, and especially for photographers. An older app, but still useful.
iEarnIf you’re trying to monetize your blog, you’ll like iEarn, which lets you check AdSense earnings, and gives you statistics for all types of ads, including CTR, PPC, and impressions.
Use these apps and you’ll become a truly on-the-blog blogger.
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