Introducing Tumblenote 5
Tumblenote is the easiest way to create Tumblr blog posts on your Mac computer. It puts any type of post — text, photo, quote, link, chat, video, and audio — right at your fingertips on the Mac OS X Dashboard.
Easy as 1, 2, 3
Updating your Tumblr blog couldn’t be simpler. Choose the type of post, add some content and click “Post.”
Photos, Videos, Music
Copy and paste photo, video and MP3 URLs from the web into Tumblenote and they’ll be posted to your blog. Even URLs from sites like YouTube, Vimeo and Dailymotion can be used to post videos.
Tumblenote lets you create photo, video and audio posts with a simple drag and drop. Upload files from your hard drive to your blog by dragging them onto Tumblenote’s main text box. Images from your browser and iPhoto work the same way.
Use the Tags box to add tags to your posts. Separate keywords and phrases with commas or full quotes. E.g., art, illustration “drawing” will result in #art #illustration #drawing.
Post to Multiple Blogs
If you have more than one Tumblr blog, you can post to any of them, including private and group blogs, by adjusting Tumblenote’s settings. You can even open multiple instances of Tumblenote on the Dashboard, one for each blog.
Publish to Facebook and Twitter
If you’ve set up your blog with Tumblr to send posts to Facebook or Twitter, this will continue when you create posts with Tumblenote.
One Click to Tumblr.com
Click the Tumblr logo to go from one dashboard to another. The Mac OS X Dashboard will disappear and the Tumblr Dashboard will open in your Internet browser.
Custom Posts with HTML
With HTML code, you can create custom posts that look great and function beyond average. Use HTML in the body of text posts; in the captions of photo, video and audio posts; and in the descriptions of link posts.
Tumblenote will automatically check for updates to its software. If a newer version is available, a notification will display so you can download it.
Thanks to the Mac OS X Keychain, your Tumblr password is saved and encrypted securely, not in plain view in a regular preference file. And when you remove Tumblenote from the Dashboard, it automatically clears your password from the Keychain and deletes the widget preferences, leaving no trace behind.
Tumblr is the easiest way to blog.
Tumblenote puts it right at your fingertips.