One of the great things about blogging is you can virtually do it anywhere. You can write, share, create awesome imagery, check your stats and plenty more, all from your mobile.
Gone are the days when you needed to be sat at your desktop or workstation in order to create blog content. You can now simply reach into your pocket and do it all from your mobile. This has been extremely useful while I’ve been travelling the world. If I have a sudden serge of inspiration all I need to-do is reach into my pocket and start creating. Whether you’re chillaxing on the beach (jealous much) or twiddling your thumbs on a long overnight bus, you can edit and a publish posts. It’s that easy.
The rise of numerous innovative apps means you can take your digital life with you wherever you go. Making blogging on the go (especially for backpackers) easier than ever.
In this article I’ll show you the most useful free apps to start
blogging on the go.
Canva makes design simple for everyone. Easily create beautiful designs, documents, blog graphics, Facebook covers, infographics, posters and so much more. Use Canva’s drag-and-drop feature to design consistently stunning graphics.
You can create your designs from your desktop, iPad and iPhone. Meaning you can design blog graphics from literally anywhere in the world (if you have access WiFi) in the parm of your hand.
Price: Free | Platform: iOS
Phonto allows you to add text to photos. It is a fun and easy way to create brilliant imagery for your blog. It’s a great app to have in your blogging arsenal, and you don’t need access to WiFi while using the app (like Canva)
Powerful, user-friendly and globally accessible, Fotor is a photo editing suite, utilizing exclusive technology to bring an unprecedented level of editing control to anyone and everyone. Fotor mobile is one of the most user-friendly ‘on-the-go’ photographic apps, giving you the ability to edit your photos anywhere, anytime, right in the palm of your hand.
The app that let’s you write posts, upload photos, edit pages, and manage comments on your blog from your iPhone or iPad. Supports both self-hosted and WordPress blogs.
You no longer need your desktop to write and edit posts. Get blogging on the go on your phone. I use the app to check my stats, re-read posts, make edits and add quick notes.
Evernote is a great tool to have in your toolbox and it’s an essential for blogging on the go. You can capture ideas, which are accessible from any device, wherever you go. Create project to-do lists, jot down reminders, snap pictures, save things you find online plus much more, Evernote will change the way you organise your blog, making thing easier and quicker.
Google Analytics lets you analyse your blog from all touch points. Get a deeper understanding on your readers and how they got there. You can now access your data anytime and anywhere. The official Google Analytics mobile app helps you monitor your blog on the go.
Manage your blog subscribers on your phone from around the world. You can manage your lists, add new subscribers, send campaigns and view reports. MailChimp for your Mobile makes it easy to stay on top of your email marketing, no matter where you are.
Send simple, photo-based email campaigns right from your phone using the MailChimp Snap Mobile app. Call to action buttons and social sharing mean it’s easier than ever before to send simple, photo-based emails right from your phone. Snap a photo of something your readers will love.
Hootsuite allows you to schedule, publish, and monitor social media conversations from anywhere. When you’re busy seeing the world you can still be sharing content, without even looking at your phone.
Schedule and share on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Google+, Pinterest and LinkedIn – all from one place.
Overall, blogging from your Mobile isn’t difficult with the variety of apps available. This makes it extremely easy to maintain your blog even if you have a busy lifestyle. Blogging on the go means you can dip in and out of keeping up to date with your blog from just about anywhere.
What Mobile apps do you use for blogging on the go?
Share them in the comments.
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