Living in a mobile world with new tools and resources for smartphones coming out every day, it’s inevitable that you will miss out on some neat new versions of your old most-beloved apps from time to time.

Android apps have increased the functionality of the average cell phone to a great extent. Users can now do almost every job that requires a computer on the devices, from simple things such as visiting websites to navigation and complex functions such as graphic design and photo editing.

This has been made possible due to the thousands of innovative apps being developed constantly all over the world. There are, quite literally, thousands of people developing Android applications for all kinds of reasons.

We wanted to find some of the best tools for blogging and social media management. We’ll keep the list short and start with our top 5 mobile apps for blogging and getting social. One of the greatest benefits that can be derived from these apps includes the ability to function on the go with a familiar and responsive interface.

Here are some of the best android apps that can come in handy for bloggers and social media managers.

WordPress

WordPress for Android is the mobile version of the world’s most popular open source content management software, WordPress. This free app allows you to create and edit content on the go, approve or disapprove comments on your blog, and has built in instant notifications. You can also use this app to create draft posts right away and refine them later.

Hootsuite

Hootsuite is another highly functional mobile version of the popular social media client Hootsuite. This app provides you with instant access to all the social media platforms wherever you are. In addition to this, you can also manage all your campaigns and updates, schedule posts, and much more — remotely and easily.

Twidroyd

Twidroyd is an extra useful social media client available for Android smartphones. It is currently one of the best twitter clients available for Android and allows you to instantly access all your social information without having to access your browser. Twiroyd is available in both a free and a pro version; the paid version includes additional features that improve the app’s functionality.

Disqus

Android’s Disqus is the mobile version of the online commenting client of the same name. This app allows you to manage your comments and even moderate comments for publishers from anywhere. It is advisable to include this app if you have it on your blog as it is easy to use and highly functional with options such as reporting spam, deleting, and so on.

Qik

Qik is an innovative tool that can be highly useful for those who share video podcasts. Qik integrates your cell phone with seamless video capabilities to capture stunning videos, conduct live video chats, and also send video mails to friends and family. You can instantly share the videos you record to social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter. In addition to this, you can also automatically load these to YouTube directly from your phone.

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