"Basically, it's the best blogging tool you'll find on the iPad."
"If you’re a blogger with an iPad, then I would highly recommend picking up Blogsy. It finally makes your iPad a worthy blogging tool."
"Wow. Blogsy iPad app for blogging just did to iOS blog editors what Tweetie did to iOS twitter clients back in the day."
"Blogsy finally brings quality blogging to the iPad — a device that was desperately waiting for an app like this to change the way bloggers can get things done without giving up on rich content editing, and media."
"There are other apps out there for blogging, but compared to the new app Blogsy they all absolutely stink."
"Blogsy has lots of features and to be honest, I can say that it is the best wordpress and blogger app you will find on App Store."
Blogsy supports all the platforms shown below. Plus, most blogging platforms in the world support the MetaWeblog API so you can more than likely set up your blog in Blogsy. You can set up multiple blogs on each platform and multiple platforms. With Blogsy it is easy to manage both your personal and professional blogs.
Create and send richly formatted emails. It's as easy as writing it up, formatting it and adding photos and videos then tapping on the email icon in the dock. This feature is handy for several reasons. First, if your blogging platform is not supported by Blogsy or doesn't use the MetaWeblog API but provides the ability to email-to-post then you can use Blogsy to post to your blog. Second, you can send richly formatted emails to friends and family. Finally, other internet services have features provided through email. For example you can send an email to Mail Chimp and it will send it to all your subscribers. Our "Email" how-to video shows this in action.
New Blog Posts
February 28th, 2014 by Lance
Update 3/4/2014 Apple has expedited the approval so you can now find Blogsy 4.3.1 in the App Store. Please update right away. Also, Apple is doing something strange with a double install in certain situations. So after updating please look at the bottom of the Settings menu in Blogsy to confirm you are running 4.3.1. … Read more
February 7th, 2014 by Lance
Google (the owner of Blogger, Picasa and YouTube) has changed the return value type of one parameter in their OAuth Authentication response. This means that when you go to set up a Blogger, Picasa or YouTube account in Blogsy then Blogsy will crash or never stop trying to fetch the setup menu. This should only … Read more