In this post, we’ll be reviewing Qumana 3.2.4. This blogging software is an exception compared to others we reviewed so far in this series for two reasons. On the one hand it is free. And on the other hand it runs not only on Mac OS X, but also on Windows and Linux, since it relies on […]
Tag: offline post editors
MarsEdit developed by red sweater is a commercial software which license costs $40 approx. We’ll be reviewing here MarsEdit version 3.4.2 which can be tested freely for 30-days. It runs on Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion) and 10.6 (Snow Leopard). Owners of Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) or earlier need to get an older version of […]
Technically, MacJournal is not a blogging software. Or, we should rather say that it is more than that. Developed by Mariner Software, it is a journaling commercial software which license costs about $40. As for other software reviewed in this series, MacJournal can be freely tried for a limited time. Picture 1: […]
In this 3rd part of our series on blog post editors for Mac OSX , we will review ecto 3.0 by illumineX a software company that has also made iBlogger , a blogging software for the iPhone.
…The URL of a new link is preset with the clipboard content if it your last copy or cut action was on a website address. … Although changing the URL or the title of a link is done through the very same window used for inserting links, it has to be brought back using a right click menu instead of the button used for link insertion.
Blogo is a commercial blog post editor by brainjuice. The license costs $25, but you can give it a try for free for 21 days. Note however that Blogo1.3 (reviewed here) won’t run on Mac OS X Lion said the developers on the brainjuice web site. It seems that Blogo will be discontinued. Picture 1: […]
Knowing that there are many other blog hosting services such include big ones such as Blogger and Typepad , no doubt that the actual number of blogs is 200+ millions or even more. … These hundreds of million bloggers are not always online. There exist a handful offline post editing apps for Mac. This post is the first of a series where we’ll be reviewing these software.