5 Shout-out apps for all the travel bloggers. Tried and Tested.
Gone are the days when essayists or travel bloggers used to travel the world with a map in hand, a vintage camera hanging from the neck and a diary and a pen in pocket or sling bag. But now the world is different, so are the bloggers. After smartphones got introduced into the market, it changed the face of blogging. With so many apps and passwords, it's difficult and sometimes frustrating to maintain all the apps with their passwords. Here are 5 must-have apps for bloggers to make your blogging sorted on the go. This app will support your leading blogging apps like Wordpress, Wix site, or Bloggers. 1. Grammarly Who wants to read a blog full of grammatical errors. I am not telling you that your writing should be impeccable, nor all the people out in the world are Grammar Nazis, but at least your blog should have no spelling mistakes and fewer grammatical errors. I would recommend Grammarly, which comes as a savior both in your desktop as well as the mobile version. If you install it on mobile, you can attach it with the keyboard, and on the runtime, it will keep on correcting your versions. It has both paid and free versions. The paid versions cost you about $29.95 per month. My suggestion is that first try the free version, which is also very good. 2. Travelibro Next is an app like a digital diary on the go. I am sure there are other digital blogs, but this one helps you to add photos, your notes, experiences, and location with your fellow travelers when you are traveling without any hassle. Also, you can add your past travel and share it. You can follow other renowned travelers and friends. You can even add how many countries you have visited and can create your bucket list and itinerary. Try TravelLibro. It's worth it. Above all, it's free. 3. Snapseed. We all know that pictures tell a thousand words. We are not all Chris Burkard, we need to have photography apps that help in post-editing. Snapseed is a combo of both photoshop tools and other digital apps, which allows you to apply only filters. It also had some unique features like lens blur, glamour glow or HDRscape effects. It is also a free app and can share your pics directly to social media. 4. IFTTT Well said Time wasted is time lost. Imagine how frustrating and time-consuming it would be to post the same content in many social media. IFTTT solves this problem, you need to do a few settings, and you are good to go. You can post your same content to different social media at the same time. It is also a freeware. There is a you-tube guide: 5. Google Analytics This app Is not at all critical for newbie travelers because it would be overwhelming or demotivating in some cases. But, for any full-time bloggers, this is important to get an insight into your blog or videos or pics posted to make most out of it. //This post is non sponsored. If you like this post, please comment, share and subscribe for more posts.