Get started on your own blog and write from anywhere, anytime using these amazing mobile blogging apps.
Blogging platforms have triggered sharing experiences, including thoughts, views and fiction over the last decade. Users now wish to keep their personal journals updated every day. While smartphones are getting powerful, there are a number of apps that enable blogging even from relatively smaller mobile platforms.
We picked up some of the best and most heavily used blogging platform apps for anyone who wishes to start a blog and keep it updated regularly.
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It is meant for serious bloggers who don't mind writing lengthy blog posts. This sleek app offers a slide-in menu for the user to play around with the blog. The Dashboard menu includes creating-editing blog posts, responding to comments, adding quick video-photos, and managing different pages. Not only that, users can also indulge in the blog's visitor statistics.
Users can follow other blogs through the Reader option that customizes blogs to an easily readable format.
While ostensibly to take stock of the work done to improve call drops, the TRAI fine is likely to loom large over the discussion.
Surface Book is Microsoft's answer to MacBook Pro and though they differ in terms of software but in hardware, both pack in the features.
The app now comes with new editing features for the Magnetic Timeline, support for the Touch Bar on the new MacBook Pro.
The app is a clear counter-punch to Snapchat, emphasising quick video clips, filters
The smartphone runs on Android Marshmallow and comes packed with 3,000mAh battery.
There are also rumours that Samsung might dump the Note series and bring the edged screen to regular S series as well which means the S Edge series might replace the Note lineup entirely.
The Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) was recently spotted on Indian export import website Zauba with a price tag of Rs 6,843.
The Meizu Pro 6s has been spotted on Antutu Benchmarking website.
Earlier, the smartphone was spotted on GFXBench and Zauba.
Along with the much discussed Touch Bar, Apple has also brought its famous Touch ID to the MacBook lineup to switch user accounts and for services like Apple Pay.