Qumana

Another desktop blogging client. This one, unlike the Bleezer site, actually has screenshots so you can tell if you would like to integrate this tool into your already pristine desktop.

Qumana combines a powerfully simple interface, as easy to use as email, with features that make your posts look better, get more traffic, and make you money. Features such as easy image insertion, simple Technorati tagging, and advertising insertion. Qumana’s ease of use and added features make it is the preferred publishing tool for all bloggers – new and experienced.

This tool is free currently for the 3.0 Beta for Windows and Mac.
Via Qumana

  • Jon Husband

    We hope you like it and that it woks well for you if you decide to use it. We are on a quest for continual improvement, with a new version of the beta due out soon with some important bug fixes and some new features users have asked us for. If you have any constructive feedback for us, we will be glad to hear it.

  • Jon Husband

    We hope you like it and that it works well for you if you decide to use it. We are on a quest for continual improvement, with a new version of the beta due out soon with some important bug fixes and some new features users have asked us for. If you have any constructive feedback for us, we will be glad to hear it.

  • Jon Husband

    We hope you like it and that it woks well for you if you decide to use it. We are on a quest for continual improvement, with a new version of the beta due out soon with some important bug fixes and some new features users have asked us for. If you have any constructive feedback for us, we will be glad to hear it.

  • Jon Husband

    We hope you like it and that it works well for you if you decide to use it. We are on a quest for continual improvement, with a new version of the beta due out soon with some important bug fixes and some new features users have asked us for. If you have any constructive feedback for us, we will be glad to hear it.

  • Jon Husband

    Sorry for the double post .. please accept my aplogy. I was trying to fix a typo (woks = works), and didn’t stop the first comment post in time. Oops 😉

  • Jon Husband

    Sorry for the double post .. please accept my aplogy. I was trying to fix a typo (woks = works), and didn’t stop the first comment post in time. Oops 😉

  • I use Qumana for Windows without any problem.
    Unfortunatly, I have a main issue with the Mac Os X version, I cannot install it on my iBook (using os X 10.3).
    I followed the instructions provided by Qumana, clicking the .dmg file and drag & droping the embedded file into the Applications folder. When I double-click on the Qumana’s Icon, nothing happens.
    Any idea ? any help is welcome,
    Thank you
    Alex Devry 8)

  • I use Qumana for Windows without any problem.
    Unfortunatly, I have a main issue with the Mac Os X version, I cannot install it on my iBook (using os X 10.3).
    I followed the instructions provided by Qumana, clicking the .dmg file and drag & droping the embedded file into the Applications folder. When I double-click on the Qumana’s Icon, nothing happens.
    Any idea ? any help is welcome,
    Thank you
    Alex Devry 8)

  • I don’t personally use the Mac version so I’m not sure. Maybe Jon Husband can answer it.

  • darkmoon

    I don’t personally use the Mac version so I’m not sure. Maybe Jon Husband can answer it.