iBlogger is a specialized mobile editor for blog posts. iBlogger 3 is an all-new product, built in Swift 5 for iOS 13. We wanted to build a new foundation for the future of mobile blogging.
iBlogger is a work in progress.
iBlogger's core text features will be free, so you'll be able to make sure it works with your blog type, before subscribing. You can even use the free mode as long as you like.
We hope you'll join us on a grand adventure into the future of mobile blogging by using iBlogger and giving us your feedback.
* What blogs would you like iBlogger to be compatible with?
* What new mobile blogging features would you like to see?
Thousands of real people have been blogging with iBlogger since the launch of the app store. iBlogger has changed the way they think about blogging. Now we want to change it, again. We hope you'll join us, and help shape this future, by using iBlogger for free, or subscribing to unlock the premium features.
They love iBlogger, and we think you will, too.
iBlogger features include:
* easily configure your blog in seconds: RSD (Real Simple Discovery) and automatic configuration makes iPhone bloggers happy!
* post your thoughts
* include a picture, add a caption to it (coming soon)
* select categories
* include tags to help promote your blog
* include links in your post
* include a customizable standard post signature
* include a location link at the touch of a button
* URL keyboard type for URL entry
* tested on WiFi, 4G, and other networks, works great
* Secure HTTPS connections if your blog supports it
* HTML Auth protected blogs
Does iBlogger work with my blog?
We are rebuilding iBlogger from scratch in order to lay a foundation for the future of mobile blogging. Please let us know what blogs you would like to use with iBlogger.
iBlogger is compatible with the most popular self-hosted blog engines, including:
iBlogger has optimized plugins which ensure easy configuration and compatibility for these Blog Hosting Services:
A Word from illumineX
We will be adding more blog engines and plugins steadily in the coming months. Please let us know what blogs you would like to use with iBlogger.
iBlogger was crafted with love by illumineX and friends. Many thanks to everyone who contributed, including our fantastic beta testers and our early customers. Your feedback makes iBlogger shine!
Submit your problem reports to support@illumineX.com
* Include the URL to your blog.
* If possible, include a test account for us on your blog.
* Describe the issue you see, and the steps leading up to the problem, so we can re-create the problem.
Many thousands of bloggers from dozens of countries have used iBlogger since the iPhone App Store first launched in 2008. We hope you'll enjoy the all-new iBlogger 3. With your feedback, iBlogger will help shape the future of mobile blogging.
Corrects a typo in the user interface.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Illuminex strikes again!!
As usual, illuminex solves some problems we were just getting used to. I may even blog myself now ...
Excellent Mobile Blogging Software
This app is exactly what I've needed for over a year now. I have a Drupal blog, and mobile publishing always involved email. If I wanted to add an image to a post, forget it...I had to email it to Flickr and have Flickr post it to my blog. And either way, I was unable to select the category I wanted to use for the post (only one default category can be used).
This software impressed me by grabbing all my categories and existing blog posts on my site, to start. Then it made adding a new entry so simple that I was shocked. Many other blog engines are supported as well, but I can say, with certainty, that it shines with Drupal and was well worth every penny.
I'd like to see Tumblr blogs supported in the future, so that I can delete the other (free) app that I use for Tumblr and free up some space on my iPhone's springboard.
Does not work as advertised
Writing an application that supports multiple blogging accounts is probably not an easy task. All APIs are slightly different, not to mention the underlying system: MovableType uses CGI, Wordpress PHP and so on.
However, if you are advertising that your application works out of the box, it should actually do that. But it does not.
I have multiple blog accounts, but only one using MovableType. Using Web access, it works like a charm. iBlogger connects to my blog, but it won't let me publish anything. The error line is cryptic to the non-programmer/average user, and even if you're looking it up with Google and try figuring out what's wrong, you won't come far.
MovableType has one help page with a related error (failed access through third party apps), but the described procedure does not work. The only change is, it does not throw up an error message, it simply leads iBlogger to time out.
All in all it's disappointing, even with all the nice features this application has. Since MovableType does not seem to create an iPhone app, I was hoping this was going to be the missing application I had been waiting for.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.