Anyone can become a writer nowadays through blogging. Technically speaking, blogging is like a public diary where you let everybody into your world of imagination and ambition. For the past few years, blogging has become popular for so many people that several blogging sites keep appearing like mushrooms. For many, this becomes a problem because you don’t know which one to choose.
Can you become a blogger yourself? Well, if you have an iPad, then I say, YES! You can post blogs that you want to write about. I suggest that you sell your old iPad and buy a new one, so that you can enjoy the blogosphere more.
In the world of bloggers, Blogger.com is one of the most famous. Now that it has an app version, you can now post your blogs onto your Google Blogger account for free. One great thing about this app is that you can use more than one account. You can also post pictures from the app itself or from your iPad photo gallery.
Tumblr is now one of the most beloved blog sites in the world. It is mostly famous for teenagers who have many things to talk about. This app comes with a ranger of features. You can write and publish blogs, add images and other basic functions. You can also schedule posts for a time, while you create a customized tweet that will alert your followers about your new posts. You can even manage more than one Tumblr account like Blogger. Using this app, you can publish images, text, audio, quotes and links just like the normal Tumblr website.
Just like the previous blog apps, this one works with both iPhone and iPad. This enables you to manage your WordPress account anytime, anywhere. You can create and publish posts and pages where you can add photos and videos. With its editor, you can also moderate comments and blog statistics. WordPress is actually more professional-looking than the previous blog apps.
This blog app supports multiple blog platforms and gives you great features to use. You can post texts, images, videos and audios from YouTube, Flickr, and Picasa, and you can edit and format your post using the layout editor. You can also manage your social network accounts, such as Twitter and Facebook, enabling you to tweet or post alerts whenever you make a blog post.
If the previous blog apps didn’t make you sell your iPad 1 or 2, then this one might. This app actually makes blogging through iPad easier. It supports a lot of other blog platforms such as Blogger, TypePad, Joomla, Drupal, Blogger, and Posterous, and you can post content that comes from YouTube, Flickr, and Picasa. Because of its drag-and-drop feature, you can post texts and add images easier than when you post on a personal computer. With this blog app, you can do almost everything you want to do with a blog site.
There you go, some of the most famous blog apps existing today for the iPad. I only have one suggestion: If you want to enjoy these blog apps more, use the iPad 3 because of its Retina Display technology which makes your blogging experience more fun. If you already have an iPad, then you can sell old iPad so that you can use what you earn as part of your payment for the new iPad.