This app links to the spiritual blog called Solar Wind. This blog is all about spiritual knowledge and spiritual growth techniques as taught in many ancient mystery schools and in some modern schools including Cosolargy. Subjects covered include the need to awaken the soul, the need to work in a community, God's Divine Plan for the world, How to use crystals as aids in spiritual growth, music and sounds used in healing, the difference between spiritual light and physical light, understanding the allegory used in the Bible and other books of scripture, the importance of developing humility and keeping the ego in check, etc. There is also commentary and opinion on current events and items in the news as they relate to spiritual teachings and how to deal with them in a positive, spiritual way.
Bloglive --- Mobile Blogger Assistant. loglive is a powerful mobile blogging application that enables you to update your online blog directly from your Smartphone or BlackBerry. With Bloglive, updating your blog while youre on the go is as easy as writing an SMS. It runs on your smartphone and allows you to write new blog entries, publish them on your blog, and edit them afterwards or delete them.
Use Wikid Blogs Lite to access Max OS X Snow Leopard Wiki Server 2 Blogs on the go on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. FEATURES: Edit an existing Blog post as HTML text, Add or remove a comment on an existing Blog post. Add or remove tags associated with a Blog post. Access User and Group Blogs from one integrated list. Filter by User Blogs. Filter by Group Blogs. Filter Blog posts by tag, Zoom and pan an individual Blog post. Preview Blog post using "desktop" visual theme.
Free version of popular blogging tool. Your chance to get the best blogging application for free! Tap and Publish. BlogBooster gives you complete control over what, when and how you publish content to your blog. You can create blog posts in minutes, on th
Clowdy is a social photo blogging community that is exclusive to iPhone users. All photos get geotagged and posted to your own blog at clowdy.com, where you can see and share your photos, as well as check out other people's stuff. There's RSS feeds for pretty much anything, like users, locations, and the big super aggregate feed of everything published to Clowdy.Bug fixes and minor interface enhancements.