Test Post from iOS Blogger App

I'm just trying a quick test with my new iOS Blogger app to see how it works.

At this point, I've inserted a single image that I was hoping would be inserted directly below my paragraph, but as you can see from the attached screenshot (hopefully!), it just inserted the image as a thumbnail at the bottom of the screen.

I'll go ahead and post this now to see what happens, then add a followup in the comments.


Peter Beens said…
The photos were published at the end of the paragraphs, one below the other, with very little spacing between them. Interestingly, it posted the pictures in the reverse order from how they were inserted.

Each photo has a thin black border around it, which is nice for isolating the photos from the background.

The pictures are posted to googleusercontent.com, so they do not count against your disk quota on your PicasaWeb or Google account.

Interestingly, if I try to edit the blog post on my laptop, the borders disappear, which would be disappointing.

As a quick way to post a blog with photos this iOS app will be useful, but I wish there was more control over how the pictures were inserted. Perhaps in version 2...

For more information about this app, visit http://googlemobile.blogspot.com/2011/09/announcing-blogger-app-for-ios.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+OfficialGoogleMobileBlog+%28Official+Google+Mobile+Blog%29

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