I HAVE BEEN BLOGGING since the late 90s but nothing has made the process easier than drafting content inside the Day One app before quickly exporting it to the Typepad content management system.
Power users like Greg Dickson have used a wide variety of journaling apps. Day One normally percolates to the top of the list because of its quick entries, its simple interface, and its syncing to its server.
I'm impressed with the way Day One tags entries with hashtags, lets me insert photos, and add drawings I make with the Samsung Galaxy Note stylus.
The app is fas because it has simple menus, intuitive icons, and no gaudy toolbars. I'm looking at ways to further incorporate Day One into my blogging flow and I've started looking at comments people have made about Day One since its first launch in 2011.
[Bernie Goldbach teaches creative media for business on the Clonmel Digital Campus.]