Software & Apps Apps Best iPad Apps for Blogging Top 8 best iPad apps for the blogger by Susan Gunelius Writer Former Lifewire writer Susan Gunelius is a marketing communications specialist who writes about branding through blogs. our editorial process Susan Gunelius Updated on December 16, 2019 Apps Best Apps Tweet Share Email If you have an iPad, then you might already be using it to blog with applications such as the WordPress mobile app. However, there are many iPad apps that can make blogging easier, faster, and better. Some of these apps are free, some offer free and paid versions (with additional features), and some come with a price tag. All of the iPad apps listed below are very popular, but it's up to you to review their features and choose the ones that will best meet your needs. Pixdeluxe / Getty Images 01 of 08 1Password for iPad What We Like Available on Mac, iOS, Windows, Linux, and Chrome OS. Track unlimited passwords. 1 to 5 GB storage; depends on account type. Uses AES 256-bit encryption. What We Don't Like Minimum cost is $3.99 per month. May confuse accounts when pasting a password. Face ID is flaky. There are many password management tools, but 1Password for iPad is one of the best. Instead of trying to remember all of your passwords while blogging on the go, you can log in with a single password and access all of your saved websites using 1Password. It's a time saver and a stress reducer! 02 of 08 Feeddler for iPad What We Like Clean and uncomplicated interface. Import from other RSS feeds. Free to use. What We Don't Like Only manages other RSS feeder accounts. Constantly logs out. If you subscribe to RSS feeds to keep up with news and commentaries related to your blog topic, then Feedler is one of the best iPad apps for managing and viewing content from your feed subscriptions. You can get ideas for blog posts, find content of interest to you, and more. This iPad app is free, so it's worth trying! 03 of 08 Dragon Dictation for iPad What We Like Handy video tutorial. Link to third-party apps such as Evernote or Dropbox. Add words like a person's name or city. What We Don't Like Sign up for a monthly plan to get the free trial. Free trial is for 1 week. Dragon Dictation allows you to speak and your words are automatically typed into your iPad for you. Use the app to dictate text messages, email messages, Facebook updates, Twitter updates, and more. 04 of 08 HootSuite What We Like Manage your social media accounts. Customize your social media postings. Edit pictures with the Enhance app. What We Don't Like Doesn't support Instagram location and hashtag searches. Free plan only allows for 3 accounts. Facebook pages and groups are counted separately. HootSuite is my favorite social media management tool, and the HootSuite iPad app is the perfect choice for sharing your blog posts and building relationships with people across Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and more. 05 of 08 Dropbox for iPad What We Like 2 GB of free storage with a free account. Sync multiple devices. Scan receipts. Works across multiple platforms. What We Don't Like Monthly fee for upgraded accounts. Not enough variety in storage packages. Dropbox is an amazing tool for document management and sharing across computers and devices. With the Dropbox iPad app, you can access all of your files, update them, synchronize them, and save them, so they're available from any computer or device at any time. 06 of 08 Evernote What We Like Sync across multiple devices and platforms. Create documents, photos, and save stuff from websites. What We Don't Like Offline use requires a paid premium subscription. Must pay to use it on multiple devices. Evernote is a great tool for keeping organized. With the Evernote iPad app, you can take notes, record audio notes, capture and save images, create to-do lists, and more. All of these tasks, notes, and reminders are searchable from any device or computer. 07 of 08 GoodReader for iPad What We Like Purchase a security pack to encrypt files. Read files from iCloud or on your iPad. Password protect your files. What We Don't Like No free options to try it out. Upgrades reset the view back to default. End-user licence agreement is invasive. GoodReader for iPad enables you to view PDF documents on your iPad. Since so many documents that bloggers create, publish, and share are in PDF format, this is an essential iPad app for people who like to blog on the go. 08 of 08 FTP on the Go for iPad What We Like Straightforward interface. Log in with 3 different connection protocols. Edit HTML and upload photos. What We Don't Like Not a native iPad app. App is prone to crashes. For more advanced bloggers who want access to the files on their FTP servers from their iPads, this is one of the best iPad apps to do it. You can manage all aspects of your blog via FTP with this mobile app.