A Great iPad Blogging App

Today I wanted to create a blog post demonstrating the power of a great blogging app I've recently discovered called Blogsy. Now I realize the argument that is out there that the iPad is a completely different tool from a laptop, or desktop for that matter, but there have been times where I have found myself wanting to create a post but I didn't have access to my laptop or desktop. At $4.99 some people might take a pass on the app but once you see it in action you might change your mind.

By the way everything in this blog post has been created using Blogsy as well as Siri. There has been no typing on my part (well other than clearing up a few formatting issues). I must say that when I first read about Blogsy I was a little skeptical on the ease of which it could be configured to work with my new website and Easyblog. To say that I was shocked after I configured Blogsy to work with Easyblog would be an understatement. I can honestly say I had no problems configuring Blogsy to work with Easyblog. Their website gives very clear and detailed instructions on how to configure Blogsy to work with many different blogs such as WordPress, Blogger, Tumblr or Typepad among many.


Blogsy allows you to drag-and-drop pictures from places like Flickr, Picasa, Facebook and Instagram.


It also allows you to drag-and-drop videos from YouTube and Vimeo. Check out this short video I created to introduce you to Blogsy as well as a new screen capture tool called DispRecorder that I've recently discovered below.


Now I'm not going to do Blogsy any justice here describing the power of the app and how it can help support your blogging. They have many excellent how-to videos on their website to help you. What I can tell you is that I've used it for three blog posts in the last month and I can see myself using it many times in the future, because it user-friendly and easy to access on my iPad. You can get more information about Blogsy by going to their website at blogsyapp.com.

As always, I'd love to hear your thoughts and get your feedback!

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