Experience Tumblr on Windows 8 by Using this New App
Tumblr is one of the most popular platforms used by worldwide users, so experiencing the same on your Windows 8 device is a must, especially if you want to stay in touch with everything that’s new. Therefore, you might want to test this new Tumblr client which has been recently released on Windows Store.
In that matter Tumblr + will offer instant access to your favorite social media platform; the software is based on Tumblr mobile website and brings all the stock features that can be managed within the official desktop client.
As you might know, Tumblr represents a microblogging platform and social networking website, where you can post personal multimedia or other related content for free. You can also share your posts, read other articles and follow other users that are using the Tumblr platform. Of course, your personal account can be customized as you can add your own pictures, or set biographical data.
Tumblr +: Your Tumblr account optimized for your Windows 8 device
Tumblr + is especially optimized in order to smoothly run and fit on any Windows 8 based device, whether we are talking about portable devices (such as tablets or laptops) or about desktops or classic computers. The app also features an easy to use interface providing support for various operations such as following other users, post text, photos, links, music, videos or any other content right from your browser and even sharing your info and history on Facebook.
Tumblr + will work on any device you want, the app being compatible with all three Windows based systems: Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows RT. The tool is priced $2.99 on Windows Store but you can download a free trial version before spending your money in order to test the software by yourselves – you can also share your experience with us and with other users, who might want to use Tumblr +, by using the comments field from below.
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