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iBlogger 2.0.1 submitted to App Store

Images should have captions.  iBlogger makes it easy for you to caption any image you post to your blog. If you like, you can tinker with your CSS to make your captions look any way you like.

Images should have captions. iBlogger makes it easy for you to caption any image you post to your blog. If you like, you can tinker with your CSS to make your captions look any way you like.

iBlogger 2 was submitted to the App Store a few days ago! It will be available as a free update to current users of iBlogger.

iBlogger 2 raises the bar, bringing advanced new features to iPhone and iPod Touch bloggers everywhere.

With Picasa integration, you can post with pictures at Google's Blogspot / Blogger!

Lightbox integration makes it easy to display full size images taken with any iPhone, iPod, or any camera at all.

Images should have captions, so iBlogger let's you easily add captions to any image you post, just like this post.

iBlogger posts can be fully styled with CSS now. You can look at the CSS for this blog to see example CSS styles.

iBlogger emits XHTML 1.0 compliant HTML now, too, so your blog pages will load faster in modern web browsers and on mobile devices.

iBlogger 2 has been built with Apple's latest developer tools, Xcode 4 and LLVM. That's a geeky way of saying iBlogger is dramatically faster and even more stable.

iBlogger has been extensively tested by a few dozen bloggers over the past year, and we fixed all of the 131 issues they reported, before shipping it this week.

We think you'll like iBlogger 2 as much as our beta testers do. We know your readers will love the stuff you do with it!

See the Info button in iBlogger for more details.

Enjoy mobile photo blogging with iBlogger 2!

Mobile Blogging from here.

iBlogger: mobile photo blogging for iPhone by illumineX

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