recently updated their
application to version 1.3.5, which adds support for Apple’s iLife ’04 suite, introduced at January’s Macworld Expo in San Francisco. Like Apple’s iApps, iBlog aims to make blogging as painless as possible, with the ability to publish blogs to an iDisk with a single click.
The new edition integrates with iLife ’04 by allowing bloggers to seamlessly import photos and music from iPhoto 4 and iTunes 4. It also adds support for a custom category image size and an embedded Safari WebKit in Reader mode, as well as bug fixes and other performance enhancements. iBlog is available with a .Mac account, and this new edition adds an unregister option so that you can unregister that version.
iBlog allows you to manage multiple blogs, separated by category. It includes tools that allow you to view and sort your entries in multiple ways, search for specific keywords, set up a mailing list to notify friends when you add new entries, and subscribe to other blogs, as well as newsfeeds, that are displayed in an HTML view. It even notifies you when the next version of the software is available.
You can download a three-week trial version of iBlog from the Lifli Web site. Registration is US$19.95, with a five-seat license available for $29.95. System requirements call for Mac OS X v.10.2 “Jaguar” or higher.