BlogJet portable allows you to post your blogs directly from your desktop, using a WYSIWYG interface that lets you format the text, insert pictures, links and more. In addition, it also comes with a built-in sound recorder that allows you to record a voice message and post it to your blog as WAV file (requires file upload or FTP account). Advanced users can also edit the HTML code of the post directly, using the code view. BlogJet supports WordPress, TypePad, Movable Type, Blogger, MSN Live Spaces, Blogware, BlogHarbor, Squarespace, Drupal, Community Server, and other blog engines supporting MetaWeblog API, Blogger API, or Movable Type API.
What makes using BlogJet a lot more comfortable than posting with browser or other blog clients?
Format your posts just like in ordinary word processors like Microsoft Word. No need to learn HTML.
Insert pictures from your computer or camera, resize them or create thumbnails — BlogJet will take care of uploading them to your blog or FTP server.
Flickr and YouTube Support
Your photos on Flickr and videos on YouTube will complement your blog – and now it’s easy to insert them to your posts, as BlogJet supports these services natively.
Your mistakes won’t go unnoticed thanks to the new spell checker, which supports many languages.
If you are tired of writing the same thing over and over again, create an Auto Replace rule for it. For example, when you type Scoble, BlogJet can replace it with a link to Robert’s blog.
Full Unicode Support
BlogJet now has full Unicode support, so you can write blog posts in any language (including Korean, Japanese, Chinese), and even mix languages.
Post Management and Searching
BlogJet caches your posts, so you can access them in a blink of an eye (even with no connection). Finding posts is now easier because of the instant search, which shows results as you type.
Word Counter and Blog Statistics
BlogJet now has a live word counter. And with Statistics feature you can find out a lot of interesting information about your blog: how many posts it has, average post length, and number of posts published by days of week.
If you are on the road and there is no Internet connection, or if you want to finish your post later, save it as draft. Then you can get back to finishing and publishing it.
RSD. This R-word means that you will be able to work with your blog in less than a minute after installing BlogJet, because it will literally configure itself: you only have to enter your blog’s address.
Integration with Feed Readers
BlogJet integrates with FeedDemon, RSS Bandit, NewsGator and others for you to be able to blog about something in just a few clicks.
Sharing documents and files with your readers is easy — just attach them to your posts.
Supports All Leading Blog Services
WordPress, TypePad, Movable Type, Blogger, MSN Live Spaces, Blogware, BlogHarbor, Squarespace, Drupal, Community Server, and other blog engines supporting MetaWeblog API, Blogger API, or Movable Type API.
BlogJet now allows you to create and edit pages on WordPress, Movable Type, and TypePad blogs.
20 High-Quality Smileys
It’s not cool to use text smileys anymore :-) That’s why BlogJet can automatically replace them with funny graphics.
BlogJet cares about typography: it automatically replaces quotes and dashes with proper ones as you type.
If you have several blogs, BlogJet can publish the same post into each one of them, even if they are on different blog services.
As usual, we care about the interface. The easy-to-use graphical user interface in BlogJet looks native on Vista and Windows 7/8/10.
Categories and Tags
When editing your posts, you can select categories and add tags. The new version also allows you to create categories right from BlogJet on supported platforms.