Wavelog is a blogging client application for mobile phones. Wavelog uses XML-RPC protocol for communication with blog publishing systems that support either MovableType API or Blogger API. Wavelog is tested with WordPress (v 2.3.1 or higher), Drupal (v 5.6 or higher), Joomla (v 1.5 or higher with MovableType API plugin), and Blogger.
What makes Wavelog different from other mobile blogging clients?
* User's texts, photos, video and audio files are uploaded directly from a mobile phone to a blog and does not require to be stored on intermediate servers.
* Wavelog does not restrict users to a specific blog hosting provider, social network or an intermediate content aggregation. It permits a complete freedom of choosing or changing a blog hosting provider, or even installing own blog publishing system. It also allows combining multiple Web publishing platforms.
* A blog does not even have to be on the Internet, it could be on a local computer network and the content uploaded from mobile phones using Wi-Fi connections. This is ideal solution for for testing, using, teaching or demonstrating mobile Web publishing services.
* Wavelog is designed for performance and reliability, so it is coded in C++ programming language as a native Symbian OS application.
Here are some key features of "Wavelog":
· Post text, image, audio or video to a Web log (blog) directly from the mobile phone using any type of available network (mobile phone or Wi-Fi network).
· Save draft for later posting, in the case there is no available network, or to allow selection of a network with larger up-link bandwidth (faster posting) or lower cost (for example a free Wi-Fi HotSpot compared to a mobile phone network). For data transfer cost details please refer to the network operator.
· Add hyperlinks, tags (labels), and external tags to your posts.
· Select blog category when posting.
· Edit previously published posts.
· Configure multiple blog profiles for simple publishing to several blogs.
· Symbian S60 3rd Edition
· 30 days trial
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· The new 2.02 version features Geotagging support that allows our users to insert their current GPS coordinates to the blog post in the form of a hyperlink to the Google maps.