This is a test. It appears to be working. Cool.
My wife upgraded my Droid X to a Samsung Galaxy Note II for Christmas (Thank you, Maria! What an awesome gift. Love it, love her.)
So what was this test about? I have never been able to use the blogger app as well as I expected to be able to. Whether this was a misgiving of the software, my device or me, I'm not sure. But I started this post on my Asus Android EeePC Transformer TF101 tablet (with keyboard) and left it there, and then ran the blogger app on my Note II and picked up right where I left off.
I suppose the test is mostly for myself since I gave up trying to use the app with my Motorola Droid X because of the tiny software based keys. The fact that I am around 6"2" and have large hands also means that I have big fat fingers that rarely hit the right keys.
I tried using a the Merkury Innovations physical Bluetooth keyboard that is so often on sale for half-off at Kohl's Department Stores (as I work there), but that keyboard didn't work with my old Motorola Droid X. Luckily, the Galaxy Note II's large 5.5" 720P resolution High Definition tablet-like screen is much bigger and easier for my big fat fingers. And that same Merkury bluetooth keyboard that I bought for my Droid X works just fine on my Note II, as well.
I suppose that the initial test was primarily about whether or not the Blogger app would work, as I have had difficulty connecting with Google's Blogger servers in the past, which is primarily the reason I haven't been blogging much for a very long time.
Thankfully, now that I have my Transformer tablet and my Note II phone/mini-tablet both working flawlessly with blogger now (as long as this gets posted, of course), it looks like I can resume my blogging adventures.
This is a great big deal because I don't like using my noisy Windows PC/laptop anymore, unless I am creating a website, doing video or using Photoshop, etc...
I have come to rely on my android devices for all of my web browsing, searching, gps, maps, directions, camera, video cam/calling, remote controls, music, even when selecting a movie or TV show to watch, now.
I guess you can say that I am a big Android OS fan. And now Samsung's Galaxy Note II has finally taken the aches of being an early adopter out of the picture, as it is so easy to use and lots of fun! It even works as a phone better than the Droid X ever did (which the Droid X did pretty well).
Anyway, cool. This was a successful test and I will start blogging here at Blogger more (as well as check out the apps for blogging at WordPress and Tumblr, too).