Many social networks are notorious for having ridiculously awful mobile apps. The apps are often painfully slow and buggy and as you can imagine, it really impacts the user experience negatively. Today for Tumblr users on Android, the level of user satisfaction has just been knocked up a few notches, thanks to the release of a new version of Tumblr for Android on the Google Play store.
The latest edition of Tumblr for Android, which currently sits at version number 3.3, is available for all users with Android 2.2 or later. It comes with a completely redesigned and Holo-inspired user-interface with fancy new post animations and popping images. And as with previous versions of the same app, it will allow users to do all sorts of things that in the past could only be done through the Web-based dashboard on the Tumblr web site.
Some of Tumblr for Android’s highlight features include the ability to post anything, including photos, videos, quotes, chats, links, and text, as well as the option to save drafts, customize tweets, queue posts, and more. Tumblr for Android also lets users add a “create a post” widget that can be accessed directly on the home screen, plus it can be used to manage multiple blogs quite easily.
To find out what other neat stuff the new Tumblr for Android has to offer, then go on to the Google Play store and download a copy to see for yourself. It can be downloaded for free.
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