Posterous for Android is Here


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I’m still not sold on the whole “micro-blogging” thing, but enough of you are. That’s why we have sites like “Tumblr” and “Posterous” to help you get your thoughts onto digital paper as quickly as you can. The latter has come out with an Android app today that makes it easy for you to post new content to your “blog”. Photos, videos, and text can go up in a flash. The app is as simple as the site itself, so there’s not much to explain. Go download it! [via Posterous]


Quentyn Kennemer
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  1. You don’t know much about the Internet do you?

    Microblogging is something like Twitter or Facebook statuses, where your blogs are “micro” and required by the site to be short.

    Does Posterous have a size limit? I don’t believe it does.

  2. @ThePhysician
    define: pun
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    define: definition

  3. Calling posterous a microblogging service is blatantly wrong. Posterous is a life streaming app that via one post can update numerous sites (including their own) such as twitter, facebook, tumblr, and hundreds more etc. so you don’t have to update manually. It also allows you to only update photos to sites like flickr and videos to youtube… again all from one post.

    Check it out before reviewing… it’s all right on the first page of the site.

    PS Sorry if I am a bit cranky but posterous is one of the most useful sites/services to come out in a long time and to denigrate it to some sort of twitter clone is just a tad bit silly.

  4. Thats pre-posterous…

  5. Give PosterousIt a try. :-)

    Its an alternative mobile Manager for Posterous blogs on Android.
    It supports viewing *and* editing sites, articles and comments and has some nice features for sending new posts to Posterous, too.

    PosterousIt on Android Webmarket:

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