Name: Blogo - The blogging app for WordPress, Medium and Blogger with Evernote integration Version: 2.4.1 Release Date: November 20, 2015 Mac Platform: Intel OS version: 10.9 Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit Includes: KG Use the included Paddle Generator. Make sure to block the app from connecting to Paddle’s servers either in hosts file or with a firewall: www.paddleapi.com. All other connections are safe (for now). Troubleshooting: * Kill "cfprefsd" process that belongs to your username via terminal or Activity Monitor. * Try clearing all files related to app in "~/Library/" directory for "Preferences", "Application Data" and/or "Containers". Sometimes starting fresh is best method. Uploader note: The KG seems to be working fine with 2.4.1 (even though there was a issue with 2.3.4 that caused it to be on the 'Do Not Upload List' here on BS). More information: http://www.getblogo.com/ Mac App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/app/blogo/id902111700 Overview Blogo is all about blogging. Blogo is a desktop blog editor created to make blogging fast and simple. The first version was released in 2008 and earned critical acclaim from Mashable, GigaOM, Leo Laporte and more. With the original creator and a brand new team, Blogo was rebuilt from the ground up to help bloggers achieve their best performance by gathering powerful features to create a perfect writing and publishing workflow. What's New in Version 2.4.1 This will be a quick update! Check out what’s new: - Improvements on the Blogo’s experience for different roles on WordPress (author, editor, admin); - Bugfixes on Mirror. In case you've missed it, here’s the good stuff we brought on our last release 2.4, The Medium Edition: - Blogo is now compatible with Medium! Publishing your awesome stories just got easier than ever. Enjoy the simplicity of Medium with the power of Blogo. - Introducing Mirrors: We’re super excited about this one. The new Mirror feature allows you to instantly replicate any post from your WordPress or Blogger blog to Medium. And this is just the beginning, with more integrations to come.