I got turned on to Tumblr a few months ago and have since been using it as a cross between a widget and an add-on to The Daily Saint. It's easy to use but is it a "must have" app?
Tumblr is free which is always good! It only takes about 30 seconds to figure out and then you're ready to go. I like the simple, clean interface and use it in the following ways:
- Tagging photos: see something you like? Just pop it into your Tumblr dashboard
- Tagging articles: don't forget something that you might want to read later. Your readers may also want to see what you're reading so they can pick up a tip or two.
- Tagging quotes: not only does Tumblr allow you to tag a quote but it pops the quote into a nifty font package…very simple to use and just what you want- nothing more.
For me, Tumblr is a must have app. It does what I want it to and I can use it "on the fly". Try it out today and take it for a ride around the block.
Click here to see how my Tumblr looks and what I've been tagging. Enjoy!
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