New and Improved Blogger for Mobile Devices

Blogger is an American blogging service that allows multi-user blog accounts with precise time-stamp entries. It was developed by Pyra Labs, an award winning company from the United States. Google hosted the blog servers, which are accessible via a separate subdomain of blogspot. The cost of running a blog on Blogger ranges between two to six dollars per month. In addition to hosting costs, Google ads are also delivered to the blog on a regular basis.


The newest version of the blog service now has some exciting new features. One of these new features is the “automatic updates” option. This option will automatically download the latest blog software upgrades and blog format changes (such as photo galleries) on a weekly or daily basis. You don’t have to worry about manually downloading and installing all of the new features, because blogger will download and install them for you automatically.

The other exciting feature in this year’s release of the blogger app for iPhone and iPad is the ability to access your blogs from your iPhone or iPad while you are traveling. The blogger app can easily connect your Mac or Linux laptop to your iPhone or iPad via Bluetooth. Once your iPhone or iPad is connected to a computer, you can browse through your own blogs and even post comments from your mobile devices. Some blog services only allow you to post comments from your computer.

The one place where Blogger has failed many bloggers is in its inability to publish posts to mobile devices. Blogger’s mobile apps are not nearly as robust as their website. There are literally hundreds of different apps available for both iOS and Android devices. There is simply no reason why a blogging service designed for use on a laptop should be unable to be used on a smartphone, when one of these two devices holds all of the features that a typical user would expect from a blogging tool.

With this new interface, the company has answered many of the complaints that it has been receiving over the past year. One year after the original version of the blogger app for mobile devices, there was still little to choose from and very limited customization options. Now users can enjoy everything that Blogger has to offer, including a stunning new interface, great blog functionality, and the ability to post directly from mobile devices.

Some of the most popular blogs on Blogger right now are TypePad and WordPress. Both of these services are free to use. You do not need to pay anything in order to upload your own blogs or to comment on other people’s blogs. Both of these services also offer a very unique feature that no other blogging service offers. You can set up groups of blogs that follow a particular topic, so if you have different interests that you follow at all times you can all share your blogs. This new version of the blogger service does just what its name suggests, mobile-specific blogging.