What are the best Tumblr Android alternatives?

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    #1Blogger

    Blogger
    Create a beautiful blog that fits your style. Choose from a selection of easy-to-use templates – all with flexible layouts and hundreds of background images – or design something new. Easy to use, lot of free resources, fast and clean.
    Websites

    Emma Black
    Written on July 4, 2018
    "I've used blogger for the longest time and I continue to do so. I love that the Android interface is easy on the eyes and it's pretty straightforward for my blogging needs. I can even manage the graphics and layout here and will see that it looks good on web too."
  2. 8

    #2Evernote

    Evernote

    Evernote is an app that allows users to create all kinds of notes and keep all their ideas organized and collected in the same spot. The app also offers a lot of tools to share ideas and even create agendas for their teammates.   

    Apps

    Web, Android, iOS, Mac, Windows

    Free- Varies by plan

    Nathan Greene
    Written on July 4, 2018
    "Evernote has helped me a lot in blogging. I list all my blogging ideas here because at one time I might be too blocked to write anything, then at another time my train of thought runs too fast I can barely catch up. So Evernote has helped me a lot be efficient and all."
  3. 8

    #3LiveJournal

    LiveJournal
    LiveJournal is a place for self-expression where people share thoughts, give advice, and exchange ideas. Thanks to its online community, it's great if you're looking to discover stories and find people who want to hear about yours.
    Apps

    Web, Android, iOS

    Free

    Trishla Pillai
    Written on July 4, 2018
    "The web version is so much better. Livejournal needs a lot of rework such as autosaving my writing every once in a while. There are plenty of online features not present on this app."
  1. 7

    #4WordPress

    WordPress
    WordPress is an open-sourced web development tool available on web, iOS, and Android platforms. Users sign up for free to start building blogs, personal sites, business sites or online stores. 24/7 support is also available via email and forums.
    Online Tools

    Free- Varies by plan

    Amanda Harper
    Written on July 4, 2018
    "As a blogger I find Wordpress very complete in itself. I use its SEO features a lot because it helps my pages reach their target audiences. Also, having Wordpress as an app is really handy."
  2. 4

    #5Twitter

    Twitter
    Twitter is a global social networking platform where users can share and broadcast ideas, opinions, live updates, news, and messages online known as tweets. Users can also interact with others by replying, retweeting, and liking their tweets.
    Apps

    Web, Android, iOS

    Helen Clark
    Written on July 4, 2018
    "As a person of few words, I love using Twitter for micro blogging. This app fits my personality."
  3. 4

    #6Instagram

    Instagram

    Instagram is a simple way to capture, edit, and share the users' favorite moments. They can express their artistic sides through their feeds. Users can follow their friends and family, and discover accounts from all over the world.

    Apps

    Web, Android, iOS, Windows

    Free

    Raymond Cole
    Written on July 4, 2018
    "I get to post here my photographies. Instagram has helped me connect with clients for wedding shoots, birthday or teambuilding shoots. I even migrated plenty of my Tumblr content here."
  4. 3

    #7Medium App

    Medium App
    The Medium app brings connect people to make an impression about different publishes and stories from The Medium site.
    Apps

    Android, iOS

    Free

    Nicole Payne
    Written on July 4, 2018
    "Medium is my go-to source for blogging ideas. I've stuck wtih this service for the longest time. However in the app, I can't caption pictures which I can otherwise do on web. "
  5. 3

    #8Facebook

    Facebook
    Facebook is an online social networking media service which allows users to connect to fellow users such as family, friends, artists, groups, pages, etc. Available as an app, Facebook was founded by Mark Zuckerberg.
    Websites

    Free

    Jane Garza
    Written on July 4, 2018
    "I have a dummy account which I use as a sort of blogging because I post my rants there without fear that my real identity will get compromise. So yes, I must say FB is an alternative to Tumblr when it comes to blogging."

Summary

Best What are the best Tumblr Android alternatives
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1BloggerWebsites 10 Free
2EvernoteApps 8 Free
3LiveJournalApps 8 Free
4WordPressOnline Tools 7 Free
5TwitterApps 4 Free
6InstagramApps 4 Free
7Medium AppApps 3 Free
8FacebookWebsites 3 Free
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