Squarespace has just launched two new official apps for Android. Head into the Google Play Store and you'll now find Squarespace Note and Squarespace Blog. These two apps are instrumental in anyone wanting to manage their Squarespace site or blog from their Android device.
Squarespace is a content management system that consists of a website builder, blogging platform and hosting service. Users pay a monthly fee or yearly fee to host their sites with Squarespace and use tools provided by the company.
Squarespace Note is a free application that does not require a Squarespace account. It's a note taking application that connects to popular services like Squarespace, Evernote, Dropbox Google Drive and more to sync. Writers, bloggers and others can use to record ideas when inspiration strikes.
Here's what you get with Squarespace Note:
- One of the quickest ways to jot down ideas and reminders on an Android device.
- Sync your notes with e-mail, Squarespace, Evernote, Dropbox, and more.
- The lightweight mobile app immediately loads a blank canvas when it's launched.
- Unbranded, black and white feel lets you concentrate on content, not presentation.
Squarespace Blog is the new app that actually ties into your Squarespace account. With it you gain the tools needed to write and edit posts and manage comments on multiple Squarespace websites.
Here's what you get with Squarespace Blog
- Writing blog posts has never been better. Use Squarespace Blog to create and edit posts using LayoutEngine or markdown. Easily add and layout photos, format text, and create links without knowing HTML. Save drafts, queue posts, tag items, and more.
- Engage your readers on the go. Quickly moderate, edit, and reply to comments. Batch moderate comments for popular posts through our intuitive interface. You can even mark spam with a flick of your finger.
- With Squarespace Blog you can quickly toggle between your blogs and websites to manage content and comments.
Use Squarespace for your own site? Let us know what you think of the new app! Not familiar with Squarespace? Try out their new note taking application and see how it measures up against others.