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This review of iBlogger is brought to you by AppVee.com. iBloggler is a great app for anybody who has multiple blogs on multiple different services or is just looking for something a little bit more open to blog on their Wordpress blogger even tight part or anything like that that already has a specific app for.
On iBlogger what you can do is you can select your account type, set everything up to their very easy to do, very fast response time especially over Wi-Fi and then you can create post. Now, the cool thing is there are all these great features on there. You can do Gio tracking, you can set a link, you can add pictures and pictures are by far the best aspect of this app.
Other apps so far only allow you to add a picture where they want to on the specific article. Now, this does not allow you complete free form which can get a little bit frustrating but so far no other app has allowed you to do that but you can add a photo and then you can align it to the left, the right or center it completely above all of the text.
This is a lot better than the Wordpress app which just stores it at the bottom and it is very fast for the uploads. You can set the tags, the categories everything publish it live. You cannot unfortunately set a few to date for the post to be publish which is the only thing that might draw you off if you are used to the word press up but that something that they can easily on the newer version.
If you are not content with the Wordpress app and how you add pictures to it, then definitely checkout iBlogger if you are hopefully we will see some updates from it in the future.
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