Thursday, November 22, 2012

Google updates Blogger for Android phones and its Supports iPad

Google has rolled out major improves to its free Blogger apps for both Android and iOS, adding sustain for the iPad and other development. "Motivation for a new post can occur at any place and time: on the divan, while shopping, at a game, or in the kitchen. 

Providentially, mobile devices enable you to stay associated anywhere you are," says Google in a blog post. “With that in mind, we just started reorganized apps for both Android and iOS." 

The most illustrious update that has been rolled out is the hold up for iPad. Now users can decide countryside mode to make posts, share posts on Google+ and have the capability to view a planned post time. Google has added sustain for over 30 global languages. 

The modernized Blogger app enables users to create posts and save them as drafts. Users can also instantaneously distribute the content to their blog. There's an option to implant descriptions into posts via photo gallery on mobile phone or tablet, or click straight from the camera. 

Additionally, users can now add labels and position in sequence to their posts. The app also shows a list of saved and available posts, and allows users to switch blogging description.

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