Build your dream blog with DraftCraft for iPad

Discussion in 'Apple iPad News' started by iDan, Dec 2, 2011.

By iDan on Dec 2, 2011 at 10:21 AM
  1. iDan

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    So you have a blog. And you like writing and you’re actually pretty good at it. But there’s this nasty setback with blogging. If you want your blog to look nice, well then you need to do some serious work and learn at least some basic codes and HTML. Yes, most of us bloggers, know the frustration of not having the time or patience to sit down and learn how to build that special blog theme, that could get us much more visitors.

    But now there’s a solution for that. If you own an iPad, that is, and you probably do, or you wouldn’t be reading this. So, there’s a new app called DraftCraft that allows bloggers to write and post to any platform without complex coding. The app was designed by Neoline LLC and supports different blogging platforms including the most popular WordPress, Blogger and LiveJournal.

    DraftCraft sports a simple user interface designed to be easy to use even by an inexperienced blogger. The app allows bloggers to manage progress on a variety of posts. Writers can first publish a draft, and not really worry about the content much because it is automatically rated as a one-star piece. Improvements will gradually gain the work a max five-star. After creating content, blogger can use advanced text editing and text formatting (they can style their text – bold, italics or underline), insert images and copy paste external stuff.

    If the idea is of using such an app is starting to appeal to you, you should know that it will cost you a little something to grab it. You can get it for $3.99 to get it from iTunes. And don’t worry if you don’t have an iPad there are a couple of quality apps just like DraftCraft available on iTunes and waiting to make your life easier.

    Source: tipb


Discussion in 'Apple iPad News' started by iDan, Dec 2, 2011.

    1. Sommer_AZ
      This is something that I am definitely going to have to look into! I run a blog and would love to make some front end changes.
    2. PatriciaF
      Wow that is good to know since I write my blog on my iPad.
    3. PatriciaF
      opps forgot to mention that I use BEWrite for my blogging right now.

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