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On My iPhone/Android: Tumblr

 
 
Tumblr has become a larger part of my social media world over the last year, and their iPhone app allows me to keep in touch with those I follow there as well as easily post my own content. Tumblr is unique and a bit quirky and I often find content there that I haven’t seen in any other of my social media accounts, so it makes sense to stay involved even when I am on the go.
 
 
 
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Discover and create the stuff you love. If you love stuff, stop reading this, get the app, and just start having fun. You’ll probably never be bored again. 

- Whatever you’re into, people are making and sharing stuff about it on their Tumblrs.

- They’re posting photos, GIFs, text, videos, audio, anything. Passion takes many forms on Tumblr.

- Follow artists, musicians, comedians, designers, thinkers, scientists, publications, architects, firemen—you know, interesting people. All the interesting people are here. 

- Plenty of ways to find the good stuff. Search for it, or just check out what's popular/interesting/weird/wonderful. 

- You get your own Tumblr, too, obviously. Post whatever you want, or reblog other people’s stuff. Add commentary if you like. Make it your own. Other people will do the same to your posts. That’s how you meet people here. 

- You can also just send private messages to the people you follow, if that’s more your thing. Tumblr is yours. Be how you wanna be. 

- Make your Tumblr look however you want. Custom header images, fonts, colors, all that. Use an animated GIF for you header image if you want. We can’t stop you. 

Tumblr is yours. Welcome to Tumblr.

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Discover and create the stuff you love. If you love stuff, stop reading this, get the app, and just start having fun. You’ll probably never be bored again. 
- Whatever you’re into, people are making and sharing stuff about it on their Tumblrs.- They’re posting photos, GIFs, text, videos, audio, anything. Passion takes many forms on Tumblr.- Follow artists, musicians, comedians, designers, thinkers, scientists, publications, architects, firemen—you know, interesting people. All the interesting people are here. - Plenty of ways to find the good stuff. Search for it, or just check out what's popular/interesting/weird/wonderful. - You get your own Tumblr, too, obviously. Post whatever you want, or reblog other people’s stuff. Add commentary if you like. Make it your own. Other people will do the same to your posts. That’s how you meet people here. - You can also just send private messages to the people you follow, if that’s more your thing. Tumblr is yours. Be how you wanna be. - Make your Tumblr look however you want. Custom header images, fonts, colors, all that. Use an animated GIF for you header image if you want. We can’t stop you. 
Tumblr is yours. Welcome to Tumblr.

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