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Dashboard

From the app, you can scroll through your feed just like you can on the Web.

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Profile page

The third navigation tab takes you to a page with notifications and all of your profile info. From here, you can also change Tumblr settings.

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Create a post

With the newest update to the app, all of the post buttons are hidden under a single Create post button sitting at the bottom of the screen.

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Bare-bones editor

The text editor works, but it doesn't have all the formatting tools that the Web version of Tumblr does.

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Create an account

Not a Tumblr user yet? No problem. The app lets you create an account and start following other users.

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No animations

Unfortunately, animated GIFs don't show up in the feed. You'll have to click through to see them in action.

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