So, I use an IPad app called Blogsy instead, unfortunately Yes, it costs money (around $5 I think), but it is really easy to use, you can add text links, arrange photos and change photo sizes and add alt text and captions too. I feel like I have better control of my photo sizing via Blogsy as well, which is something that really frustrates me about blogger. You can save drafts both locally and online, and schedule posts. You need a Flickr or Picasa account to add photos to a blogsy post, but I already had Flickr and it is a great way to back up all your photos anyway.
If you don't want to spend money, there is another fairly easy to navigate app called Posts, that is free. I have only briefly tried posts, it seems fairly easy to navigate, and is pretty good for a free app.
Unfortunately, neither of these apps are available on an IPhone. But, the people from Blogsy have launched an app that can upload photos direct from your phone to your blog, it's called PUPs, I'm yet to try it, and I'm not sure if it works with blogger (I'm assuming it will), but it sounds like a really useful app.
|Writing a post (this post intact) on Blogsy|
I love using the VSCO camera app, because I lug so much baby and toddler gear around with me when I go out I rarely take my DSLR camera with me, and if I do I usually forget I have it and leave it in the car. So I end up taking most of my photos on my phone. The VSCO cam app takes much better photos than the regular camera app, and the editing and filter options are simple to use but look really great, and it makes the photos look a lot sharper! I often edit them on my phone and then access them on my photostream on my IPad and load them onto Flickr using the Blogsy App. But you can use your Ipad to edit the pictures on too, which is nicer because od the bigger screen. It's such a simple to use, yet really effective app, I love the way it makes my iPhone photos look so much better.
I use Photogene to edit my photos quite often, and because I have the photostream linking my iPhone, iMac and ipad photos it means I can easily access all of my pictures from any device on my IPad, open them in photogene edit them and save them to my camera roll. The nice thing about photogene is that it lets you add tags and Metadata to the photos as well.
Linking up with Jess for #IBOT today!