Though iPhone users already have a number of different ways to publish their blogs away from their desktops, Six Apart throws in yet another option, called Blog It for iPhone. It was first demonstrated earlier this week on stage at Apple’s WWDC 2008, and is now officially available as one of the first iPhone native applications.
Blog It for iPhone works directly on the iPhone’s Safari browser. To access it, users must go to http://blogit.typepad.com.
Typepad’s Vox and Movable Type users should feel right at home with Blog It for iPhone, but with this new release support for a number of other different blogging platforms is also added, including support for Blogger, Livejournal, WordPress, Facebook, Twitter, Pownce, Jaiku, FriendFeed and Tumblr.
Blog It for iPhone, which also supports OpenID login, is now available to use for free.
Via Six Apart
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