It is a known fact that bloggers need a finite space to push creative thoughts. There are plenty of tools available for bloggers to note down their ideas and drafts online with the universal sync option. However, we need a standalone blog editor which offer offline support. Offline supported blog editors are highly productive and you can continue your blogging journey even when the Internet connection is unavailable.
Here are the best offline blog editors for Windows and Mac to create and publish content outside of the official tools. Each tool has its own set of features, pros and cons. Also, some of them are free and some are paid. Pick the one which suits you best for writing and publishing the blog content.
1. Windows Live Editor (Windows)
Windows Live Editor has a good name and it one of the old tool for offline content writing. It is a completely free tool developed by none other than Microsoft.
For writing, Windows Live Writer supports rich editor which has plenty of features for convenient writing and also you can improve the functionality with the help of Windows Live Writer plug-ins.
Supported Platforms: WordPress, Blogger, TypePad, Movable Type, LiveJournal, and more.
2. Quamana (Windows and Mac)
Quamana is a free solution which supports both Windows and Mac for offline blog editing.
The UI of the program looks like an FTP software, but once you authorize your site with Qumana the writing and editing of the articles is pretty simple.
Supported Platforms: WordPress, Blogger, TypePad, MovableType, LiveJournal, and more.
3. MarsEdit (Mac)
MarsEdit is a perfect offline blog writer available for Mac users. However, it is not a free solution but you can try the software for 14-days. After the trial period, if you like the program, you can buy from the App store.
Supported Platforms: WordPress, Micro.blog, Tumblr, TypePad, Movable Type, and more.
These are the best offline blog editors so far for Windows and Mac users. Personally, I tested all three programs and satisfied with their performance. If you are looking for a feature-rich tool then you should consider MarsEdit.
It costs a few bucks and never let you down with the performance. Considering the only free tool which gives the best performance in the list is Windows Live Writer. So, depending on the platform you use and the budget you have the choice is yours.