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This review of Live Journal is brought to by AppVee.com. Live Journal is an app for the iPhone and iPod touch that allows users to post directly to their Live Journal account no matter where they are. This app offers a lot of features that the full pledge version of Live Journal does too allowing for an easy transition from one to the other. Once you’ve log-in to your account, you’ll be dropped out of the settings page.
On this page you can change many different settings that relate to how the app interacts with live journal. The message tab will pull up all the messages you’ve received from other users. This page will load up your most recent 100 messages. When you're ready to write a post, you can head over to the post tab, here you can enter the subject, tags and body of your post.
When you start writing you’ll notice the toolbar has popped up. And the toolbar includes buttons for adding a picture, linking to a friend adding a more tag to the article, changing the font to bold, italic or strike and adding a hyperlink. Once you’ve finished writing press the done button and then the pause button. The Live Journal app works very well and it's really easy to use. This app has a lot of great features that most of the popular blogging apps offer currently. So, you won't be missing out on anything if you choose to use Live Journal over another blog.
Considering this app is free, anyone with a live journal account and an iPhone should definitely check this app up. This is Bryan from AppVee.com, the definitive source for iPhone app reviews.