Though this post isn’t related to food, it is something I’d like to mention anyway!
As many of you know, I’m a huge fan of Apple products, and I currently own and use a MacBook. The MacBook is an amazing tool in the world of writing and blogging, FYI.
The amount of software for Macs, however, can sometimes be limited.
Attempting to find a decent blog client for Mac was like trying to find a liberal in Alabama (okay, that was a little intense for a joke, heehee.)
For a while now, I’ve been posting using a free client called Qumana. Qumana has, for many moons, served me while. But when the program would not register my new blog, I had to start a search for a program that would allow me to dual-blog.
That’s when I happened upon Blogo.
Blogo, unfortunately, has come with a price tag of $25. That price is something I was very willing to pay for a something that would create an ease of use as well as the functionality I was seeking, and so far, so good, I am in no way disappointed with Blogo!
For those of you who are unaware of what I mean when I say “blog client,” I can explain.
A blog client is a program that is downloaded to the computer and opened like any other application. Once opened, you can write and save blogs, and then publish, from your desktop, to the internet without having to open your web browser.
Otherwise, you’re stuck opening a web browser and having to go to the actual website, staying stuck in a tiny window typing. This can be irritating, especially when you accidentally close a window where you’ve been typing away for a good hour.
Also, blog clients allow you to write blogs and save them even when you aren’t connected to the internet. Provided, you can’t post them until you connect to the internet again, but at least you know you have your files.
That being said, for any Mac user out there who blogs and wants an affordable program with which to blog, I highly recommend Blogo.