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Official Blogger App for Android
XDA member t3ej4y let us know about the official Blogger application for your Android device, which will allow you to write up a quick blog post on the go. Using the app, you can easily compose a post, attach a photo that you just took with your phone, and either save it as a local draft for later or immediately publish it to your blog. It features easy switch to multiple accounts and blogs, write and save/publish, adding photos from camera and gallery, share locations, and more. This is the first release, so we can expect more features in the upcoming versions.
You can get it for free on the market.
Originally posted by t3ej4y
Official Blogger App
It seems that Google has released an official Blogger App for android, it can be found here. However for some reason I can’t have it push-installed to my freex10 beta4 as my phone can’t be detected, and for some reason I can’t find it in the market so far, so can anyone with access to the apk post it here? It’s free so I don’t think that’d be a problem..?
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