Monday, 6 January 2014

Posting to Google with an android smartphone and a minor ramble

I have posted around 2,500 bog posts to this blog and it has had about a million and a quarter pageviews, so I guess it has taken quite a lot of my time.

Every so often I take stock of the logistics of blogging and today was one of those days, anyway I have finally cracked posting properly from my android phone.

If there are any apps that allow you to do this as well as you can with an ordinary computer I haven’t managed to find them, however the android phone Chrome browser has now improved to the point where you can use the blog administration pages well enough to post using it.

Frankly I don’t think there is anything you can’t do this way that you can do using an ordinary laptop or pc. The only limitations seem to be down to your manual dexterity using a small touch screen.  

Here is the link to the post I did today using this method, the only bit I didn’t post with my smartphone was the picture of the smartphone for obvious reasons

Here in Ramsgate a new sweetshop has opened in the High Street, no sign yet so I don’t know what it’s called.     

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