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The new LiveJournal app is the best for reading and blogging. Get access to millions of life stories, new ideas, thematic blogs and daily news with the top bloggers.

Meet the new LiveJournal mobile app!

The new LiveJournal app is the best for reading, communicating and blogging. Get access to millions of life stories, new ideas, thematic blogs and daily news with the top bloggers.

With LiveJournal app you can explore series and movie reviews, recommendations on books, science, art, actual cooking recipes and history of culinary, travel and living experience in the other parts of the world, technology, space, gardening, celebrity and royal family news, conspiracy theories, life incidents and the rational explanations of the educators.

The LiveJournal users create the best quality content: colorful photos and visuals, useful videos and exciting stories to read.

You are the best algorithm and can chose if you like to read the friends feed, ratings, or recommendations from the LiveJournal Editorial Board.

For authors and bloggers we’ve made it possible to create entries of any length and content: adding photos, videos, citations. Edit the entry any time anywhere, no matter if you are on the run or sitting in your comfortable chair at home. No access to the Internet required to edit the entry.

Download the new LiveJournal mobile app with millions exciting stories inside. Communicate with the authors in comments or personal messages, create your own stories to tell.

What’s New

Version 4.3.0

User's Profile screen.
Messaging settings.
Performance improvements and bugfixes.

Ratings and Reviews

2.7 out of 5
66 Ratings

66 Ratings

J-Rads ,

Needs a more straightforward posting interface.

Although the app has drastically improved recently, there is still room for improvement. I find the actual posting from the app to be really confusing... it just doesn’t look familiar like a legitimate way to post on LJ but rather like you’re adding to an Instagram story or something. It’s too confusing and I go back to my browser whenever I need to post so I don’t accidentally screw something up.
It’s also quite bothersome when you go to your main friends feed and at the very top are a bunch of random posts by random non-friends (no idea who these people are or why they’re showing up on my feed) directly below the words “Friends activity.” Despite that, I find the friends feed to be fairly simple and user friendly, an attractive way to display friend posts.
My biggest ask of LJ is to improve the actual posting portion of the app. It’s sooo unnecessarily confusing and, along with a functional friends feed, is the most important part of the app.

yaotomesoba ,

Still horrible even with the new update

I love how LiveJournal works as a website, even on mobile it’s fine; but the app is the absolute worst. With the new update you can view your posts and drafts as if you were on your computer, which is great, but the second you try to edit something it’ll turn every line and picture in your post into a separate journal page! Please fix this, it doesn’t make any sense at all to add drafts as a feature to the app if you can’t edit them in a way that makes the entire post visible.

Basademo ,

Compared to the prior version it’s a lot better.

I go through this process with things in development. Initial version is crap, and it gets better over time. The initial version of blogger was buggy. It’s improved. This is improving: pay attention. Is it market-leading superb? Not yet. But note the “yet” in that answer. Your phone is not a laptop, no matter how lovely it is.

No, I’m neither a developer, employee, or owner. But I can see improved functionality. So could the other reviewers if they looked.

Meanwhile, you’re doing well. Keep it up.

App Privacy

The developer, Rambler Internet Holdings LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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