Tumblr—Fandom, Art, Chaos
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Browse Tumblr pages from your phone
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Tumblr is the offbeat, indie photo blog site that quickly took over the blogosphere back in the mid-00s. It’s finally landed onto the mobile space by adding an official Android app. Providing you with the perfect way to follow creators and upload your own content onto your Tumblr page right from your phone.
Mostly about sharing cool stuff you found on the web, you can repost content found almost anywhere or upload your own original creations including written word posts, photographs, videos or music tracks directly onto Tumblr. You can also link any of your Tumblr content to your external blog by linking it.
Another side feature is the social aspect of this app. Tumblr for Android will automatically detect which of your contacts are on Tumblr. Easily add them to your followers or follow them yourself. Conversely, if you’re not really into their posts you can just opt to ignore them as well.
As always, sending private messages to other users is easy, as is checking how many likes your latest post has garnered and viewing any comments or reposts accrued.
Tumblr is a fine app for blogging. It does come with a few setbacks, though. But if you’re active on Tumblr, you’d be remiss to not give it a try. In all honesty, Tumblr originated as a desktop browser based site, and it is still at its best viewed from a larger format. That said, if you’re looking to get real-time notifications on the latest comings and goings on your Tumblr page, this app will do just the trick quick and easy.