announced a new iPhone app for Blogger, its pioneering free blog platform. Though quite orange, the interface is clean and native-looking, and it allows publishing, drafting and editing of blog posts while on the go.Google has just
The app doesn't offer a full-fledged blog post editor, but instead it offers simple photo uploading, tagging and location services, concentrating on features that complement mobile blogging. Its features are comparable to the Android app, which went live in February. The previous iPhone client for Blogger was built by a third party.
Google has been rearranging things at Blogger in the wake of the Google Plus launch, and this release is a signal that fears that the popular blogging service would be phased out are unfounded. Instead, it looks like Google is going for better integration of Blogger as a sharing option. In April, Google launched a major overhaul of Blogger's Web interface and features, so it would seem that the product is alive and well.
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