1. MarsEdit 3 by RedSweater

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

2. Ecto 3

ecto is a feature-rich desktop blogging editor for MacOSX. With ecto, you can easily publish to a wide range of weblog systems, such as Blogger, Blojsom, Drupal, MovableType, Nucleus, SquareSpace, TypePad, WordPress, and more. ecto should work with any blog which supports a standard remote editing API (such as the Atom, MetaWeblog, or MovableType APIs, and others). Most blogs (with the notable exception of MobleMe blogs) provide a remote editing API.

3. Qumana

Qumana is an easy-to-use desktop blog editor, enabling you to write, edit and post to one or more blogs.

4. tumblr widget

Makes posting easy and fun. Make regular posts, use HTML formatting and spellchecking. Your username and password are saved in between sessions making posting to your tumblr account quick and easy.

5. Thingamablog 1.5.1

Thingamablog ships with an English dictionary only. However, you can download a dictionary for whichever language you need from OpenOffice extensions. First, go to the OpenOffice dictionary page and download the dictionary zip file appropriate for your language. Next, simply copy the downloaded zip file to <INSTALL_DIR>/dictionaries, where <INSTALL_DIR> is the location where you installed Thingamablog. After the file is copied, restart Thingamablog and go to Configure/Options and select the dictionary from the drop-down list.  The spell checker should now be able to spell check your language.

6. Blogo

Easily publish text, images, videos, slideshows and more.
With a simple, intuitive interface and support for WordPress, Blogger, Typepad, Typo, Drupal, Joomla, and Expression Engine, Blogo is the best
way to maintain your blog and spread the word with Twitter, Ping.fm and other supported services.

7. RapidWeaver 5

RapidWeaver makes it ridiculously easy to create stunning websites on your Mac. Whether you’re building your very first website or your fiftieth, RapidWeaver provides you with the know-how to quickly publish websites to be proud of.

No matter what you want to build – be it stunning online photo-slideshows straight from your iPhoto library, a company website or your own blog – RapidWeaver lets you do it with a minimum of fuss.

8. Fluid

Fluid lets you create a Site Specific Browser (SSB) out of any website or web application, effectively turning your favorite web apps into desktop apps.

Using Fluid to create an SSB out of your favorite website is simple. Enter the website’s URL, provide a name, and optionally choose an icon. Click “Create”, and within seconds your chosen website has been converted into a fully native Mac desktop application that appears in your Dock.

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