Tumblr is a multimedia microblogging site that launched in 2007. Users can post photos, text, gifs and more onto a short form blog. You can follow other blogs and post your own original content. Users can also comment on blog posts and reblog posts from others onto your own blog. You can personalize the content you post with an assortment of stickers, filters and text overlays. The Inbox function allows you to message other users privately. There is also an option to send "fan mail" questions to blogs you follow, and you can send in your questions either as yourself or anonymously.
- Your Tumblr blog will receive a custom domain name of your choosing
- You can use HTML to customize the look of your blog
- You can set up an RSS feed to keep up with the latest content from your favorite Tumblr blogs
- Tumblr supports the posting of videos, images, text, and links
- You can make your blog private if you choose to
- You can schedule or delay posting and extend them over several days
- You may opt out of advertising to avoid seeing ads on Tumblr
- You can sign in and manage more than one account via the app
- There is a large amount of mature content featured on Tumblr
- Tumblr has been blocked in several countries including Iran, China, and Indonesia
- Tumblr has a big audience, but its reach is not as broad as some other sites
- You must create an account to enjoy a lot of what Tumblr has to offer
The Tumblr mobile app makes it easy to find blogs to enjoy and view content from blogs you already love. The "dashboard" feature pulls content from the blogs you subscribe to and puts them all into one feed you can scroll through. The use of hashtags on the platform makes it easy to connect with other people and find blogs on topics that interest you. The diversity of media you can post on Tumblr allows you to interact with others and express yourself in a very unique way. The app functions seamlessly and has little to no bug issues.