Apps I Use For Blogging

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I like to share what apps I’m using most frequently for my blogging needs, so here is my up-to-date list (sorted by device).

Mac

  • Evernote-Cloud based notes, very versatile and able to be synced across all my devices. This is a must have. I find the free version is sufficient for my needs.
  • Pocket-Formerly ‘Read It Later‘. I love this app. I use this to save those random web pages I find when i’m surfing the web. I can also access these pages on other devices.
  • Logos-While I don’t have any of the big packages, I do have Luther’s Works. Nice to have access to 55 volumes in one convenient location.
  • Kindle for Mac-I don’t usually read from my laptop, but will go back and make notes on my highlights. 
  • MarsEdit-My blogging app of choice on my laptop.

iPad

  • Evernote
  • Pocket
  • Flipboard-I use Flipboard more for the political and tech stuff I read. Keeps my RSS reader focused on religion and theology.
  • Instapaper-I don’t always have time to read blog posts when I’m going through Feedly. All I have to do is send them to Instapaper and I can read them when I have the time. I can also share articles across all major social media sites.
  • WordPress
  • Logos
  • YouVersion-As a Bible app, I love YouVersion as it has most of the translations I use (CEB, CEV, and NET). I only wish there was a NRSV version available. Translations can be downloaded for offline viewing.
  • Kindle Reading App

iPhone

  • Evernote
  • Pocket
  • WordPress-Not used for blogging per se. Mostly used for checking stats, comments, etc. when I’m out an about.
  • YouVersion

Kindle Fire

  • Evernote
  • Pocket
  • Feedly-My RSS reader of choice. Yes, it took me some time to get used to the interface, but after I got over my initial hangups, I love this app!
  • Flipboard
  • Logos
  • YouVersion

I’m always on the lookout for good, new app. If you have any suggestion, feel free to send them my way.

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5 Replies to “Apps I Use For Blogging”

      1. It’s good only for quick copy and paste functions or quick lookups. Not good for general reading, I think. BUT IT’S FREE. I like free technology stuff.

        1. At one point I would have agreed with you. But I’ve moved away from using my phone for blogging. I might make a quick note in Evernote, or pull up Pocket to reference a saved site, but my phone is used for iPhoneography. Plus, I really dislike reading on the small screen. Nothing against the Logos app itself on the iPhone.

  1. The thing I like best about Cloud is that some snoop can look through your stuff and you’ll never know it. Along the same lines, hardcopy fax machines, which could be quite secure in transmission, have disappeared. Even wireless print commands are being sent through those electronic postcards known as e-mail these days. The quaint Fourth Amendment notion of private documents is rapidly evaporating.

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