I had just bought BlogPad Pro offline editor for my iPad. I decided to give a try to this editor because of its spell checker. Before this I have used Blogsy offline blog editor for iPad. It worked fine but after the use of the WordPress own texture all the settings disappeared and I have to set them again online. Windows Live Writer instead is capable of doing the code that doesn’t loose its form when the WordPress texture is used. I hope that BlogPad will come up to Windows Live Writer. That is another reason for this purchase. On the prize tag was written 4’49 euros which is some 5’50 US dollars.
In order to make this blog post a little funnier, I add one of my free English postcard for you to use privately. Please don’t make any changes on it. I believe your family members, friends and colleagues will be happy when they get Have a Happy Week wishes from you.
I wish you also a happy week now and ever after.
The Last Part of this BlogPad Pro Test
Did I meet the success with adding more text on this blog post when I am using the WordPress texture online? Well, the cap between these two paragraphs, BlogPad Pro Icon and last headline, is a bit too big but the BlogPad Pro is able to hold its settings. The settings would be harmonized if I edited the code that BlogPad has generated but the deviation is almost next to nothing so that I don’t see it necessary. Shortly I can say that BlogPad Pro passed the test and dare to add the link where you can get further information about it.
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