MarsEdit 4

Archive, write, preview, and publish your blog from a Mac

Browser-based interfaces are slow, clumsy, and require you to be online just to use them. Browsers are perfect for reading web content, but not ideal for creating it. If you're serious about writing for the web, you need a desktop blog editor. If you're lucky enough to have a Mac, nothing is more powerful, or more elegant than MarsEdit.

Reviews

 +13 reviews
  • Rob FahrniProprietor, Hayseed
    Pros: 

    Fast, stable, easy to use blog editing.

    Cons: 

    Can't think of any.

    I've used MarsEdit since version 2.x and it's always been extremely easy to use and stable.

    Rob Fahrni has used this product for one year.

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Marc Palmer@marcpalmerdev · Owner, Montana Floss Co.
MarsEdit is a really solid offline (write before you upload) blogging tool for Mac, now with a much appreciated UI modernisation
Pseric @pseric · 免費資源網路社群
MarsEdit is my favorite blogging tool on Mac.
Ayush Chandra@ayush_chandra · Research Intern & Tech Evangelist
Wow this so good!! Is there one for the windows too ? Could it directly go to Wordpress!! 😊
Arun Sathiya@arunsathiya · Prev, marketing at Freshworks Inc.
@ayush_chandra what's wrong with the WordPress app for Windows?
Ayush Chandra@ayush_chandra · Research Intern & Tech Evangelist
@arunsathiya didn’t like it. 😊
Arun Sathiya@arunsathiya · Prev, marketing at Freshworks Inc.
@ayush_chandra any specifics?
Arun Sathiya@arunsathiya · Prev, marketing at Freshworks Inc.
Users, how well does this work with WordPress? Any specific advantages as compared to the WordPress.com Mac app?
Philip I. Thomas@philipithomas · Co-founder at moonlight
Cool - does this support Ghost?
Michael Musgrove@mbmusgrove · Marketing guy.
@philipithomas Works with WordPress, Blogger, Tumblr, TypePad, Movable Type, and any blog that supports a standard MetaWeblog or AtomPub interface.
Daniel JalkutMaker@danielpunkass · Founder, Red Sweater Software
@philipithomas Hi - I'm the developer of MarsEdit. I am interested in Ghost's progress and have been keeping an eye on their API support as it evolves. Currently they don't warrant their API as being ready for the types of access that apps like MarsEdit require. You can read more about their ambitions to support apps like these in the "Private API" section of their API documentation: https://api.ghost.org/docs/getti...