Damned app Unlike wordpress app it has no html support. We can't add more than one image in a post. The editor window is not performing there job. Editor window makes this app very damned one. Editor makes italicized words into bold as well as italicized and vice versa. It makes me mad.It disappointed me a lot since google is the developer of this app. After downloading this app created a doubt on my mind, why google gave themself as top developer badge? If the problems of this app do not fix I will go for wordpress.
Space for improvement Let's be honest, lots of stuff that used to be on a laptop is found on an app. I mean, even the Daily Telegraph has it. By my two stars I am saying that it works for busy people who want to write or upload to their blog easily. I just think it could be a bit more manageable and clearer on stuff. But for those who want access to their blog at the drop of a hat, install Blogger.
Are we in 1998?!! Does the almighty Google even realise many people use only a smartphone rather than a laptop/desktop today? Can't add/edit links, can't format text (even B/I/U!!), can't add pictures/audio/video, basically can't blog. Just a notepad then, eh Google? Oh wait, most notepad apps allow all of the above. Am ready to stop using Blogger thanks to this useless app.
This isn't easier After spending time editing my posts all of a sudden the app crashes - all work GONE!! I'd also like to add images to my blog post but the app doesnt allow that. This app should allow us to edit the font (bold, italic, size) and also allow for page breaks and links. I dont see the point in this app??
Is it product of Google! I have doubts. Useless app. Many of features required i.e image, links, link colour, Tex Size and style these are common required option to post on blogger which are not available till and also no update coming since a year. Learn something from WordPress App
Terrible Virtually zero functionality: -font/format -colour -hyperlinks -autosave -adding photos... None of these things. Very frustrating to with with. Considering that all these things are available in Google docs, it is even more aggravating. Why isn't this standard within the Google platform?
* Minor bug fixes